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Today's News

  • Becky and Wyman Davis

    Wyman and Becky Davis of Tell City will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary June 3.

    They couple was married June 3, 1967, at St. Mark Catholic Church. Mrs. Davis is the former Becky Goffinet.

    They have one child, Tim Davis and three grandchildren, Lauren, Emily and Claire.

    Wyman is retired from being self-employed as a carpenter and painter. Becky is retired from Old National Bank.

  • Graduation night
  • County seeks funding for road projects

    By JAKE BETHEL

    Staff Writer

     

    TELL CITY – Developments in funding and equipment could be afoot for Perry County’s Highway Department.

  • Hospital revenues strong first months of ’17

    By VINCE LUECKE

    Editor

     

    TELL CITY – Less than a week after announcing a reduction in force that eliminated the jobs of seven employees, Perry County Memorial Hospital trustees and hospital officials shed some light on the financial conditions that led to the decision. They also expressed optimism about the hospital’s future and pointed to new programs coming in the months ahead.

  • Morning crash claims life of rural Troy woman

    BRETZVILLE – An early morning crash Thursday between Jasper and Ferdinand claimed the life of a  rural Troy woman and left her husband in critical condition.

  • Nominations sought for farm award

    PERRY COUNTY –Since 1999, key conservation and agricultural organizations have sponsored the River Friendly Farmer Program. The statewide initiative recognizes farmers who, through good production management practices, help keep Indiana’s rivers, lakes and streams clean.

    Annually, each county Soil and Water Conservation District may nominate up to two farmers who do an outstanding job of protecting their rivers, lakes and streams through their everyday conservation management practices on the farm.

  • Consumer reports mailed

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Water Department mailed its annual consumer-confidence report last week, said Superintendent Dale Poole.

    The report is mandated by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and must be sent each year to water customers. It informs of the quality and status of the water. Customers who don’t receive a copy may pick one up at the Water Department office in City Hall.

  • Ivy Tech summer semester begins June 5

    TELL CITY – The Ivy Tech Tell City Center will begin its summer semester on Monday, June 5. The site offers courses in many different areas of study such as English, math, communications and Welding.

    Students can pursue an Ivy Tech degree to prepare for an in-demand, high-paying job in two years or less, or as a smart start to a bachelor’s degree. Ivy Tech offers certificates, technical certificates, associate of applied science and associate degrees.

  • Ivy Tech annual yard sale coming June 24

    TELL CITY – Is it time to clean out your closets and make some money?  Do you have something you make that you want to sell?  Ivy Tech’s Community Yard Sale is planned for June 24, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., both inside and outside the building. 

    Limited Booth spaces are available inside the Ivy Tech site for $30. Outside vendor space is available for $20 and vendors must provide their own tables, tents, etc.

    Ivy Tech sponsors this event annually, as a service to the community and as a fundraiser for United Way of Perry County.

  • Groves-Taylor

    The future bride and groom, along with their parents, announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of Stephanie Groves and Bryan Taylor, both of Tell City.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Dean and Melissa Groves of Tell City. The future groom is the son of Tom and Debbie McCart and Grant and Gayle Taylor, all of Tell City.