Today's News

  • Friday’s TC vs. PC game may be best yet

    Perry Central will host Tell City Friday at 7 p.m. for the sixth edition of what is commonly referred to as their county rivalry football game.
    Tell City Coach Ryan George disagrees with that label, though.
    “I told the team people talk about this being a rivalry game but it’s not—it’s been a total domination game,” George said Monday, referring to Perry Central’s 5-0 record in the local teams’ meetings so far.

  • Peter leads PC girls to 3rd in Lincoln Trail meet

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Cathryn Peter placed fourth to lead Perry Central to third among eight complete teams in the Lincoln Trail Invitational girls cross country meet Tuesday.
    Daviess County won with 27 points. Perry Central scored 95 and Tell City was eighth with 167.
    Peter ran the hilly 5-kilometer course in 19:48.38, meeting her goal of breaking 20 minutes.
    Teammate Megan Thomas was 14th in 21:53.33.

  • PC boys 2nd, Tell City 5th in Lincoln Trail Invitational

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Alex Newton placed second and Perry Central used its depth to place second in team standings at the Lincoln Trail Invitational boys cross country meet Tuesday.
    Evansville North won the 12-team meet with 68 points, three ahead of Perry Central. Daviess County, one of the top teams in its class in Kentucky, was third with 105 points.
    Tell City was fifth with 122 points, just four behind PAC rival Forest Park.

  • A century and three-quarters at Saint Augustine

    Members of St. Augustine Catholic Church will gather Sunday to honor a milestone – the 175th anniversary of the founding of their parish. An 11 a.m. Mass will be followed by a meal in the parish hall. Events are also planned for Saturday, including live music, a tractor parade and dinners. A schedule of events appears on this page. 


  • Operator Roundup applications being taken

    TELL CITY – Thanks to members’ collective donations, Operation Round Up is becoming a very successful way to provide funds to local community programs and projects, said organizers.   

  • Financial Peace University kicks off Sept. 25 in Troy

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — More than one and a half million families have positively changed their financial futures through Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. Updated in summer 2012, the now nine-week course provides families and individuals with practical tools to gain control of their finances and set themselves up for long-term financial success. 


    Scenic Hills Care Center hosting car show

  • Speer to represent state in Miss American Junior Teen Pageant

    EVANSTON – Marie Speer, 14, daughter of Darryl Adams and Tracy Speer-Horn of Evanston, has been selected to represent southern Indiana at the 2012 Miss American Junior Teen Pageant. She and four other girls from Indiana qualified to compete for the title of Miss American Junior Teen by earning places in the queen’s court at the annual state pageant.

  • A ‘whodunit’ mystery- comedy will open Friday

    LINCOLN CITY – A southern-Indiana theater will combine mystery and comedy in a play to take its stage in September.