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Today's News

  • Shade devices for the vegetable garden

    Jeneen Wiche

    Weekend Gardener

     

    It’s been hot and humid the last few weeks!  I was hopeful that this summer was going to be idyllic … at least we got pop up rain storms to keep things hydrated. These 90-degree days, however, are putting us on track for some serious heat and some of our vegetables will love it and some will not.

    I know we can’t change the ambient air temperature on a 90-degree day but we can provide some shade for our plants on the hottest days of the summer with reasonable results.

  • Purviance retires from Branchville Correctional Facility after 33 years

    BRANCHVILLE – The end of May brought with it the close of a distinguished career at Branchville Correctional Facility. On May 31, Internal Affairs Officer Lester Purviance retired after more than 33 years of service.

  • Nix earns doctorate at Loyola University Chicago School of Law

    TELL CITY – Mariah Nix received her juris doctorate with a certificate in advocacy from Loyola University Chicago School of Law May 13, 2017. While at Loyola, Nix was on the dean’s list, was a member of the ABA Client Counseling Team, Business Law Society and Women’s Law Society, and continues to be a member of the American Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association and the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois.

  • Appetite for Destruction to perform June 24 at Lincoln Amphitheatre

    LINCOLN CITY – Appetite for Destruction the Ultimate Tribute to Guns n’ Roses will perform at the Lincoln Amphitheatre on Saturday, June 24. The evening is being presented by Mulzer Crushed Stone.

    General admission tickets are only $16.95 and VIP tickets (preferred seating and parking, a free drink voucher good for either Pepsi product or beer wine, and a commemorative event poster) are $24.95 and can be purchased at www.LincolnAmphitheatre.com or by calling (812) 937-2329.

  • Angler’s alligator gar likely came from Kentucky

    INDIANAPOLIS – The origin of an alligator gar taken earlier this month by an Indiana bow angler has been positively identified as a stocked fish, likely one from a restoration program Kentucky started eight years ago.

    “It looks like it’s one of our fish,” said Stephanie Brandt, a biologist with the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife.

    The clues were a microwire tag embedded in the fish and the absence of a pit tag some other states use in combination with microwires.

  • Joe and Marlene Scarboro

    TELL CITY – Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scarboro of Tell City celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary with family and friends Saturday, June 10, at the Tell City Moose Lodge.

    Mr. Scarboro and the former Marlene Sutcliffe were married June 10, 1972, at Lilly Dale Church of Christ.

    They have two children, John Scarboro of Tell City and Cathy (Matt) Board of Leopold.

    They have six grandchildren, Katelin, Kaylee and Ashley Scarboro, Tyler and Dylan Watson and Myles Board.

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  • Adventures with Nature Field Day June 25

    TIPSAW – The 15th annual Adventures with Nature field day will be held at Tipsaw Lake, on Saturday, June 24. Activities will get underway at 9 a.m. CST and will conclude approximately 1 p.m. This event is made possible by the collaborative efforts of Perry & Spencer County Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Purdue Extension Perry County and the USDA Forest Service.

  • GLC cocktail and paint party set for July 24

    TELL CITY – Golden Living Center Lincoln Hills will hold a cocktails and paint party Monday, July 24, at the Tell City Moose Lodge at 5:30 to  8:30 pm.

    All proceeds will go toward the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Team. The annual Walk will be in Jasper on Sept. 30. There are 12 paint pieces to choose from and the fee ranges from $30-40 depending on choice.

  • Local painter develops family and history driven style

    By JAKE BETHEL

    Feature Writer

     

    TELL CITY – Perry County native Carly Jarboe has developed an original style of painting, inspired by her family.

    Jarboe attends Indiana University Southeast in New Albany. She has been accepted into the bachelor of fine arts program, in which she will major in painting and minor in ceramics. She was awarded the Martha Stem Fine Arts Scholarship, worth $3,000, after only one year at the school.