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  • Census Bureau schedules testing dates for job openings

    TELL CITY – Representatives of the U.S. Census Bureau will be in Tell City this month to administer tests to people interested in upcoming openings.

    Several positions, include census takers, crew leaders and office-and-recruiting assistants, will be hired to prepare for the next census in 2010

     The bureau will conduct tests at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 22-23, and again Dec. 29-30.

    All tests will be administered at the Schergens Center in Tell City.

  • Letters to Santa

    Watch Monday's edition for The News' 2008 Christmas Greetings Section. Inside you'll find holiday salutations from local businesses and hundreds of letters to Santa penned by hopeful youngsters.

     

  • Gingerbread Dreams

    Shuttling from one room to another inside her comfortable home on the Ohio River, Jean Wood is a year-round telecommuter, a work-from-home professional who uses telephones and computers to schedule physicians for hospital emergency rooms in Florida.

    But as the weather turns colder each year, and Christmas nears, the Magnet woman takes on the added duties of a construction maven, a do-it-all architect, builder and mason. Her chief ingredient, gingerbread, might remind us of childhood poems about a fleet-footed man made of dough.

  • Old-Fashioned Gingerbread Recipe

    1/3 cup soft shortening

    1 cup brown sugar, packed

    3/4 cup dark molasses

    2/3 cup light molasses

    2/3 cup cold water

    7 cups sifted flour

    2 teaspoons soda

    1 teaspoon salt

    1 teaspoon ginger

    1 teaspoon cinnamon

    1 teaspoon allspice

    1 teaspoon cloves

  • Survive the holidays: Don't drink and drive

    The holiday season is here and along with it comes one of the deadliest and most dangerous times of the year.

  • Tell City tops South Central

    ELIZABETH—Tell City’s perimeter shooting and free throws overcame South Central’s inside game as the Marksmen won 64-53 in boys basketball Saturday.

    “South Central had two nice post players inside,” noted Tell City Coach John Hayes. “One (Randall Hertle) was about 6-6 or 6-7 and he scored 21 points; the other (Chip Hockenbury) was about 6-4 or 6-5 and he scored 15 points.

    Those two combined to hit 15 of 21 field-goal attempts, as the smaller Marksmen continued to have problems stopping taller post players.

  • Commodores rip Evansville Day

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central used stifling pressure and tenacious free-throw shooting to build an early lead, dominating Evansville Day 77-45 in boys basketball Saturday.

    The Commodores made their first 11 free-throws, all of which came during the first six minutes of play.

    They were 15 for 17 from the line in the first quarter and hit 70.3 percent of their free-throws for the game.

  • Cardinals trounce Cannelton

    CANNELTON—Injuries and a lack of defense worked against Cannelton as the Bulldogs lost to Washington Catholic 107-66 in boys basketball Saturday.

    The Bulldogs took a hit when guard Justin Dooley left the game towards the end of the second quarter with a left knee injury.

    Dooley, who had scored nine points, was later taken to the hospital by family members.

    A magnetic resonance imaging Monday indicated he may have a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

  • Marksmen 4-1 in own tourney

    TELL CITY—Jessie Lawalin, A.J. Flynn and Dylan Froehlich each went 5-0 to lead Tell City to second place in the Marksmen’s six-team wrestling tourney Saturday.

    The Marksmen won their first four matches handily in the round-robin. They beat Wood Memorial 69-6, Mitchell 54-22, North Posey 45-18, and Apollo 70-6.

    But then they lost 37-33 to Heritage Hills, which won the tourney undefeated.