Today's News

  • Goffinet KWC’s Athlete of Year

    OWENSBORO, Ky.—Tell City graduate Lauren Goffinet was named Kentucky Wesleyan College’s Female Athlete of the Year at the school’s all-sports banquet Friday.
    Goffinet, a junior guard on the women’s basketball team, helped the Panthers reach the Great Lakes Valley Conference championship game for the first time.
    She led the team in field-goal shooting at 51.6 percent and finished fourth in scoring at 8.2 points per game. She starting 15 of 30 games.
    She was also honored for achieving the highest grade-point average on the team.

  • Harned, Wolfpack defeat PC 3-1

    MARENGO—Crawford County scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to beat Perry Central 3-1 in baseball Monday.
    Perry Central had seven hits, only two fewer than the Wolfpack.
    But the Commodores put their hits together well in only one inning, the third, when they scored their run on singles by Zach Foster, Justin Hagan and Colt Brown.
    Hunter LaGrange went 2 for 3 to lead Perry Central hitters and Andrew Mosby added a double.
    Brown pitched the first 51⁄3 innings to take the loss. He struck out one and walked none.

  • Boonville edges Tell City in bottom of 7th

    BOONVILLE—Boonville scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to beat Tell City 3-2 in baseball Tuesday.
    Dayne Seibert lost despite pitching a four-hitter. The only walks he gave up were two intentional ones in the bottom of the seventh to set up a force-out situation at home.
    “Seibert was once again great on the mound but lost his second straight 3-2 decision,” noted Tell City Coach Mark Wahl.
    Tell City also had only four hits in the pitchers duel.
    Trent Nelson drove in both Tell City runs with a triple in the second inning.

  • Wolfpack shuts out Tell City

    MARENGO—“When things aren’t going well, they just aren’t going well all over,” said Tell City Coach John Hayes after the Marksmen’s 5-0 girls softball loss to Crawford County Tuesday.
    Tell City’s best scoring opportunity—and a chance to take an early lead—was negated by what he called two bad calls on one play in the first inning.
    Hana Reed reached base on an error by the shortstop to start the game and Julie Lindauer followed with a grounder to the second baseman.

  • PC nips Wolfpack 2-1 for record-tying win

    MARENGO—Perry Central’s girls softball team, in its 10th year of existence, is setting several records this season.
    Miranda Claise struck out 12, pitching a three-hitter, as the Commodores defeated Crawford County 2-1 Monday.
    Her strikeout total tied the school single-game record set by Kristi Brumfield last year. The win was Claise’s seventh of the season, also a school record (Malorie Irvin held the record until this year with five wins in 2003).
    Perry Central’s seven wins tie the team record set in 2003.

  • Payne leads Tell City to fifth place in PAC

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tori Payne won an individual event and a relay to lead Tell City to fifth place in the nine-team PAC girls track meet Tuesday.

  • Early Head Start open house May 24

    TELL CITY – Lincoln Hills Development Corp. Early Head Start will have a grand opening and open house at its new location, 321 Ninth Street in Tell City, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. May 24.
    The public is invited to celebrate the new use of a well-known Tell City location, the former Coca Cola Bottling Co.
    Early Head Start provides education and support to pregnant women and children from birth to age 3. Lincoln Hills Development Head Start, which prepares children ages 3 to 5 for kindergarten and beyond, will also be onsite to discuss its programs.

  • City honors local 21st Century Scholar students

    TELL CITY – Indiana started the Twenty-first Century Scholars program in 1990 to ensure that every student can afford a college education. Income-eligible seventh and eighth graders who enroll in the program and fulfill a pledge of good citizenship are guaranteed the cost of four years of college tuition at any participating public college or university in Indiana.

  • Education News, May 10

    Senior awards program at TC
    TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School will host its senior awards program at 1 p.m. May 20 in the school auditorium.
    In addition to awarding all scholarships, other honors will be presented.
    All graduates and their families, along with community members, students and staff, are invited and encouraged to attend this event.

  • Perry Central High School musical Friday, Saturday

    LEOPOLD – Perry Central High School will host its spring musical, “Cinderella,” Friday and Saturday in the school’s cafetorium.
    The musical will be a combination of the Walt Disney and the Roger and Hammerstein versions of the classic fairy tale to make a one hour performance time.
    The show starts at 7 p.m. both nights and tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students at the door. Children 5 years and under get in for free.
    The Perry Central band will also sell concessions during both nights.