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Today's News

  • Marksmen’s passing off in loss to Titans

    FORT BRANCH—Poor passing contributed to Tell City’s 25-13, 25-19, 25-23 loss to Gibson Southern in PAC volleyball Thursday.

    “That’s where we got killed—because our passing is not consistent,” said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes.

    She also noted that injuries continued to bother the Marksmen, as starting setter Miranda Zuelly missed this match. “We’ve had one person out every match,” said Hayes.

    Elizabeth Kohnert led Tell City hitters with 10 kills and five blocks.

  • Serving problems hurt Cannelton in loss to Orleans

    ORLEANS—Cannelton made seven bad serves and served only one ace in a 25-9, 25-12, 25-11 volleyball loss to Orleans Thursday.

    “That was one of our downfalls,” Cannelton Coach Heather Garrison said of the Bulldogs’ serving problems.

    Hannah Baur led the Bulldogs in kills with two. Tora Walls and Sammie James each added one.

    Whitney Nugent, Baur, James and Shy May each made one dig.

    “Whitney Nugent probably played her best games of the season overall, passing and serving,” said Garrison.

  • Varsity Commodores have no home cross country meets

    Perry Central has one of the top boys cross country teams in the state, ranked 23rd by IndianaRunner.com last week.

    But Perry Central fans won’t get to see this team perform at home this year.

    For several years the Commodores have hosted the Perry-Spencer invitational, but this year it will be for junior high teams only, as all the varsity teams in those two counties have decided not to compete that day.

  • Soldiers' lawsuit against KBR progresses

    TELL CITY - "I understand and accept there's danger with my line of service," said a lieutenant colonel who served at the Qarmat Ali water-treatment facility in Iraq. "What's very difficult for me to accept is if I'm working for KBR and they have knowledge of hazardous chemicals on the ground that can cause cancer and not share that knowledge, then that is putting my men at risk that is unnecessary. I'm very upset over that. Today I'm very, very upset. I feel like they should be ashamed that they did that."

  • Couple accused of defrauding Wal-Mart

    TELL CITY - A husband-and-wife team successfully defrauded Wal-Mart of electronics and other items before their arrest Aug. 21, Tell City police said.

    According to probable-cause affidavits filed in the case by Patrolman Greg Linne, Emilie A. Bostic allowed her husband, Daniel A. Bostic, to walk out of the store with DVD players, telephones and GPS units while she worked at the retailer.

  • Seventh Street demolition
  • No school tax hike expected

    CANNELTON - After the dust of several major changes clears, residents of the Cannelton school district may see a tax decrease or no change, Schools Superintendent Al Chapman said at a regular school-board meeting Aug. 20.

  • Community buzzed with excitement during 1968 Kennedy visit to Tell City

    TELL CITY - Ronald Reagan's visit to Tell City's General Electric plant 13 years earlier may be better remembered in the annals of local history, but Sen. Ted Kennedy's barnstorming visit in 1968 left lasting memories for many who heard him speak at City Hall.

    A U.S. senator since 1962, Kennedy, 77, died Tuesday and was buried Saturday.

  • New ambulance atop 2010 EMS wish list

    TELL CITY - County-council members heard an appeal for new emergency equipment Aug. 20 as they consider budget needs for next year.

    An annual meeting with department heads brought several people to the commissioners room in the county courthouse hoping to convince the fiscal body not to inflict too much damage when they work Sept. 15 and 16 to make projected revenues and expected expenses match.

  • Wednesday program at PC to share Internet, cell-phone safety tips with parents

    LEOPOLD - An Indiana State Police trooper will offer advice this week to parents that will help them protect their children from being exploited by two popular modes of communication used by young people, the Internet and cell phones.

    Sgt. Chad Dick will speak at two 45-minute workshops Wednesday at Perry Central High School. Sessions begin at 5:30 and 6:45 p.m. and participants can attend either session. A free supper will be offered between sessions at 6:15.