Today's News

  • Commmodores can clinch tie for PLAC

    Sports Editor

    PAOLI—Paoli is 5-1 in football games it has played this year, including 3-0 in the PLAC.
    But because the Rams opted not to play conference foe Crawford County this season, PLAC officials are calling that a conference loss for the Rams.
    Thus Perry Central, 2-0 in the PLAC, can clinch a tie for the conference title with a win in Friday’s 7 p.m. game with Paoli even though the Commodores still have two conference games after that.

  • Marksmen spike Pike Central; now 6-0 in PAC

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—McKenzie Hayes made 18 kills as Tell City defeated Pike Central 25-12, 25-10, 25-10 in PAC volleyball Tuesday to remain unbeaten in the conference.
    Tell City improved to 6-0 in the PAC, still one match ahead of second-place Heritage Hills with two conference matches left.
    Hayes needs just six kills tonight against Mater Dei to become the first Tell City player to reach 2,000 for her career.
    She also made two blocks and served four aces Tuesday.

  • Chapel on the Farm

    Story by Vince Luecke

  • Perry Central earns two third-place finishes Sat.


  • Marching Marksmen show 16-point improvement


  • Tell City’s king and queen

    Hunter Sandage and Kendall Bennett were crowned Tell City’s king and queen at homecoming ceremonies held Friday night before Tell City’s game against Southridge.

  • Celebrating 10 years at the library . . .

    The Tell City branch of the Perry County Public Library celebrated the 10th anniversary of the building Saturday with games, prizes, food and a walking-history tour through the library for patrons and community residents. Past directors and Mayor Barbara Ewing were among the special guests who attended the event.

  • Two families, both blessed

    PERRY COUNTY – Each year, the March of Dimes March for Babies walk asks one family to step forward and share their story as the ambassador family. This year, however, the Perry-Spencer County March for Babies asked two families to talk about their experiences with premature birth and how the March of Dimes is instrumental in helping them and others who have premature babies.

  • Reunions

    DERBY – The descendants of Allie Thomas and Daisy (Fenn) Harper will hold a reunion starting at 11 a.m. Saturday at Harper Tree Farm on German Ridge. A memorial service will be held at noon on Sunday.
    Saturday’s celebration will include food, games and entertainment. Those attending should take dessert and drinks.

  • Fall tour draws near

    PERRY COUNTY – October arrives next week and so does Perry County’s Hoosier Heritage Fall tour.