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Today's News

  • Southern Hills awarded children’s services grant

    JASPER – Southern Hills Counseling Center announced that they are the recipient of a $13,000 grant for children’s services to be provided in FY 2018. 

    The WHAS Crusade for Children is an annual telethon broadcast by WHAS-TV and WHAS Radio in Louisville, Ky. The telethon benefits a wide range of children’s charities throughout Kentucky and southern Indiana.

  • Ladies Day Out kickoff breakfast Friday

    TELL CITY – Perry County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary  and Perry County Chamber of Commerce have joined forces to host the first annual Ladies Day Out kickoff breakfast. The public can join in on Friday, Oct. 13, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., at Perry County Memorial Hospital.

    Learn about Perry County Memorial Hospital Oncology services and hear patient testimonials. Proceeds from Ladies Day Out will benefit PCMH Oncology Department.

  • Sip and paint class Oct. 23

    TELL CITY – Scenic Lincoln Way, the community rail group working to provide tourist excursion train rides in the county, will host a Sip and Paint Party on Monday, Oct. 23, at 6 p.m. at the Tell City Depot.

    Drinks and snacks will be available for sale and participants can pick their own design that they will paint in the class. Cost is $30 per design. Register by Friday, Oct. 13, by calling (812) 547-7933 or stop by the Tell City Depot at 333 Seventh St.

  • It’s what we do that counts

    Lee Hamilton

    Guest Columnist

     

    I’ve been reminded recently of the old cowboy song, Home on the Range. You know the line, “Where never is heard a discouraging word”? That is not the United States right now. It feels like pretty much everywhere I turn, all I hear is discouragement.

  • Cannelton Heritage Fest Saturday

    CANNELTON – The annual Cannelton Heritage Festival, sponsored by Renew Cannelton Inc., will be held on Saturday, Oct. 14, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in  historic downtown Cannelton. 

    The Cannelton Heritage Festival is an arts and crafts festival featuring artisans selling their hand-crafted merchandise. 

  • Cannelton wins 1 of 3

    CANNELTON—Caressa Sloss made 11 kills, six blocks and five digs and served three aces as Cannelton beat Madison Christian Academy 25-9, 25-20, 25-11 in volleyball Sept. 30.
    Sloss made 15 spikes and 11 tips overall.
    Chloe Davis added three kills on tips, eight digs and three aces.
    Hannah McMahan made two kills and Kendra Anastasiades made five digs and 25 sets - eight of them for assists.
    Cannelton lost a road match to South Central 25-8, 25-23, 25-9 Thursday.
    Sloss made seven spikes and seven tips for a total of three kills.

  • Blackhawks top Commodores

    FRENCH LICK—Caitlyn Reynolds made 15 kills as Springs Valley beat Perry Central 25-19, 25-22, 23-25, 25-12 in PLAC volleyball Thursday.
    Springs Valley thus won the PLAC with a 6-0 record and improved to 22-8 overall. Perry Central finished 3-3 in the conference and fell to 8-25 overall.
    Terissa Roark led Perry Central with 13 kills. Maria Hubert added three and Bree Noland two.
    Addy Davis had 18 assists.
    Noland made three blocks. Davis added two and Hubert and Roark each made one.

  • Rams nip Tell City

    TELL CITY—Paoli outlasted Tell City 19-25, 25-17, 25-19, 23-25, 15-11 in volleyball Thursday despite some personal milestones by the Marksmen.
    Bailey Weikel served five aces for Tell City to give her 56 for the season, breaking the team record of 55 set by McKenzie Hayes.
    Rachel Malone had 45 assists and broke Tell City’s single-season record in that category previously held by Charissa Lahee.
    Tell City senior libero Morgan Schuetter made 32 digs and went over 1,000 digs for her varsity career.

  • PC grad Graham VU’s No. 1 runner

    VINCENNES—Perry Central graduate Marcus Graham is no stranger to finding success when it comes to running.

  • Rangers stop Tell City in sectional semifinals

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    DUBOIS—Tell City got a couple of good shots on goal and stopped a bunch of Forest Park shots but still lost 7-0 in the Class A boys soccer sectional semifinals Wednesday.
    Grant Padgett started at goalie for Tell City and made seven saves, including a nice diving one.
    But Forest Park managed to get five goals past him, including two that dribbled in despite being deflected by Padgett.
    The Rangers’ second goal came on a penalty kick, which are usually hard to stop.