Today's News

  • Jeeps top cold Marksmen

    TELL CITY—Tell City couldn’t hit from the perimeter in a 44-32 girls basketball loss to Northeast Dubois Thursday.

  • Braves bop Bulldogs

    CANNELTON—Tecumseh’s half-court defensive pressure and Chris Maffia’s leaving the game with a knee injury were two things that Cannelton boys basketball coach Mike Snyder thought his team didn’t handle well Friday.
    The result was a 64-33 Tecumseh victory.

  • Hot Trojans rip Perry Central

    Sports Correspondent

    LEOPOLD—Wood Memorial hit 10 of 11 shots from the field in the first quarter en route to an 81-48 boys basketball win over Perry Central Friday.
    The Trojans scored the first 12 points of the game. Lathan Falls made two three pointers on back-to-back possessions to start that streak.
    After a Commodore miss, Austin Ireland scored inside.
    Walker Nurrenbern made baskets inside on the Trojans’ next two possessions before Perry Central’s Clay James stopped the run with a two-pointer.

  • Marksmen edge Southridge 53-51

    Sports Editor

    HUNTINGBURG—Braeden Beard hit two free throws with 4.3 seconds left to lift Tell City past Southridge 53-51 in PAC boys basketball Friday.
    The Marksmen never trailed in the game. They built an early 15-4 lead and still led by seven with four minutes left in the game.
    But Southridge went on a 7-0 run to tie the score 51-51 with 1:17 left.
    Freshman forward/guard Colson Montgomery scored five of those points, capping the run with a driving basket and free throw.

  • Hayes makes first-team all-state

    INDIANAPOLIS—Tell City junior Kammie Jo Hayes was named to the Class 2A volleyball all-state first team by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Thursday.

  • DNA bill passage earns prosecutor awards for Bauer, Houchin

    INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Rep. B. Patrick Bauer and Sen. Erin Houchin have received Legislative Excellence Awards from Indiana prosecuting attorneys for their work on the passage of a bill during the 2017 legislative sessions that requires felony arrestees to provide a DNA sample to law enforcement authorities.

  • Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc. hits the million hour safety mark

    TELL CITY – Mulzer Crushed Stone announced last week that employees have completed 1.4 million work hours without incurring an occupational injury or illness that resulted in days away from work or death.

    “This momentous milestone is being celebrated company-wide and is a testament to the safety driven goals put in place by our management and executed by our entire team, making Mulzer Crushed Stone Safety a way of life,” commented President Ken Mulzer Jr.

  • Community Events; Dec. 11

    Cancer support group to host talk Tuesday


    TELL CITY – A cancer support group, which meets every Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. in Education Room A at Perry County Memorial Hospital, will host a session on Dec. 12, titled “End of Life Planning.”

    Attorney Chris Goffinet will speak, followed by a question-and-answer session. All patients, caregivers and survivors are welcome. For more information, contact Glenn Griepenstroh at (812) 547-4164.


  • Winners drawn in Chamber’s ‘Shop Small’ giveaway

    On behalf of the Perry County Chamber of Commerce and all local small businesses, thanks to all of the shoppers for supporting Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25.

    Small Business Saturday was created in 2010.  It serves as the ceremonial kickoff to the holiday shopping season for small businesses across the United States. 

  • Wilson-Reed

    Erica Wilson and Austin Reed were wed in an Oct. 14, 2017, at Blue Heron Winery. The 2 p.m. ceremony was officiated by Joel Grigsby.

    The bride was given in marriage by her parents, Jim and Lisa Wilson.

    Austin is the son of Ray and Amy Reed.