Today's News

  • Kessler named principal at OCMS

    OWENSBORO, Ky. – Tell City native David Kessler has been named the new principal at Owensboro Catholic Middle School. 

    Before joining the staff at OCMS, Kessler was assistant principal at Daviess County Middle School.

    Kessler, who is a 1994 graduate of Tell City High School, started teaching at Owensboro Catholic High School after he graduated college and was there for five years.

    He also taught at Marshall County High School and Central Hardin High School.

  • Leaders want residents involved in revitalization


    Managing Editor

    CANNELTON – City leaders adopted one resolution to seek a planning grant and another to designate the city’s center a “slum and blighted area” in support of that objective during meetings June 11 that included a public hearing.

    The city is pursuing a $30,000 planning grant from the state’s Office of Community and Rural Affairs that would begin a downtown-revitalization process. If approved, the city would provide $5,000 in matching funds.

  • Drug, alcohol awareness poster contest winners announced

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County prosecutor’s office has announced winners of its 2012 Drug and Alcohol Awareness Poster Contest. Open to all Perry County kindergarten through seventh-grade students, the contest ran from April 18 through May 18.

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  • Warner is new community foundation director

    PERRY COUNTY – Renate Warner is the new director of the Perry County Community Foundation and is looking forward to helping the community through her work there. 

    “There are many people who care about Perry County, and I’m excited to be in a role to connect citizens to the causes they are passionate about,” she said.

  • New signs coming to Tell City’s downtown





    TELL CITY – New signs pointing the way to some of Tell City’s most popular attractions and many of its retail businesses could be in place by Schweizer Fest after a request by the city’s downtown committee was approved Monday by the board of public works and safety. 

  • Commodores split with Wolfpack

    LEOPOLD—Zach James drove in three runs to help Perry Central beat Crawford County 7-5 in the first game of a seventh grade baseball doubleheader Wednesday.
    James hit a bases-loaded double in the first inning to help the Commodores jump to a 7-0 lead.
    Luke Hubert also hit an RBI double.
    Adam Dauby pitched three shutout innings for the win. He gave up one hit and one walk and struck out two.
    Hubert pitched the last two innings, giving up three hits and three walks and striking out four.

  • Lassaline joins Roland to win 4th Glen Ress title

    TELL CITY—Erik Lassaline won the Glen Ress Memorial Open golf scramble June 10 for the fourth time, with his third different partner.
    Lassaline and Ken Roland shot 126 for the 36-hole, two-day event to win by two strokes over Alan Malone and Barry Griffin.
    Dan and Brooke LaGrange were third at 129 and last year’s champions, Kevin Davis and Mike Wilson, were fourth at 130.
    Lassaline’s fourth title is one short of Mark Flannagan and Jeff Wrye’s record for the 23-year-old tourney.

  • George new Tell City AD

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Ryan George’s goal as Tell City’s new athletics director is “to get all our programs back to vying for PAC championships and being very competitive.”
    George, 41, was chosen Tuesday by the school board to succeed Maurice Harpenau.
    He will remain the Marksmen’s football coach but will give up his position as assistant track coach. He will oversee all Tell City athletic programs from elementary through high school.

  • Tell City coach leaves for Elkhart Central

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Troy Noble has left Tell City’s basketball coaching position for a job he almost got four years ago.
    Noble resigned as the Marksmen’s head coach last Monday to take the same position at Elkhart Central, a Class 4A school.
    He left at 4 a.m. the next day and was working with his new players at Elkhart by noon.
    “I actually interviewed for this job four years ago and was the runner-up for it,” Noble said by telephone Thursday.