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Today's News

  • Archers overtake Gibson Southern

    TELL CITY—Reese Miller scored two touchdowns in the second half as Tell City beat Gibson Southern 24-12 in eighth grade football Thursday.

    Miller scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 1-yard run in the third quarter. He later scored on a 14-yard pass from Brennan Malone.

    Tell City scored its first-half touchdowns on a 2-yard run by Trevor Zuelly and a 59-yard pass from Chris Schaefer to Drew Mowery.

    On defense Malone intercepted a pass and Jimmy Phillips recovered a fumble.

  • County could see military activity this week

    PERRY COUNTY - Marines preparing for deployment next year will conduct an exercise in southern Indiana and northern Kentucky beginning Thursday and continuing through Oct. 7.

    He couldn't say specifically what Perry County people will see, Marine Capt. Robert Shuford told The News Friday, but activity here will likely be limited to flyovers of military aircraft such as Ospreys, Harriers and Huey and Cobra helicopters.

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  • Tax rates, summer-jobs cut proposed

    TELL CITY - County-council members have proposed property-tax rates for next year after cutting hundreds of thousands of dollars from next year's budget.   

    Except for the county's probation officer, whose salary is controlled by state law, county employees won't see a pay increase in 2010.

  • 8-year-old survives prognosis to go on living, laughing, loving

    LEOPOLD - Zaeden Hillenbrand is a happy, active 8-year-old boy who loves to laugh. "He's a big goofy kid," said his father, Fred Hillenbrand.

    This is a big difference from when doctors told Fred and his wife, Danielle, that Zaeden only had a 5 percent chance to survive, and if he did, his quality of life would be poor.

    Thanks to research and funding by the March of Dimes, however, he survives.

    "We owe them so much," said Danielle.

  • William Tell earns health award

    TELL CITY - William Tell Elementary participated last spring in the Healthy Hoosier School Award and was awarded a silver level for creating a healthy school environment.

    Indiana Action for Healthy Kids has named 92 elementary- , middle- and high-school recipients with the 2008-09 Healthy Hoosier Award - the most ever.

  • Clinics scheduled to ward off flu

    TELL CITY - Flu season is quickly approaching and several flu clinics have already been scheduled.

    Visiting Nurse Association will begin its seasonal flu program Oct. 5. Clinics will be at the Tell City VNA office on Indiana 37 from noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 5, 9 a.m. to noon Oct. 7-8 and Oct. 13, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Oct. 14 and noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 15.

  • Southern Hills hosting annual writing contest

    PERRY COUNTY - The Friends of Southern Hills and Southern Hills Counseling Center announce their 22nd annual writing contest.  All sixth- through 12th-grade students in Perry, Crawford, Dubois, Orange and Spencer counties are eligible and encouraged to participate.

    To enter, the student must write a short story about this year's selected topic, which is "During the past several months, the economy in southern Indiana has gotten worse. Describe how these economic changes have affected a family and how that family handled those changes."

  • Cans can help Humane Society

    PERRY COUNTY - The Humane Society of Perry County wants aluminum cans it can sell to raise funds for its spay-neuter program. Anyone who'd like to contribute can call Glenn Markiewicz at 547-5608 or drop cans off at 1347 Main St., in Tell City.

  • County Road 211 to close

    PERRY COUNTY - The Indiana Department of Transportation is announcing that on or after Thursday, Sept. 24, County Road 211 over Interstate 64 will close.

    This closure will allow construction crews to rehabilitate the pavement on the bridge structure. Crews will begin work at approximately 7 a.m. Sept. 24 and the roadway will remain closed through mid-December.  Inclement weather may postpone the opening date. Detours include Indiana 62, Indiana 145, Chaplin Road and County Road 208.