Today's News

  • Tell City students earn medals at solo, ensemble contests

    TELL CITY - The percentages of gold and silver ratings students earned at solo-and-ensemble contests Saturday at Southridge High School made this "one of our better years," Tell City-Troy Township School Corp. Music Director Barry Reasoner said Monday.

    Additionally, 10 of the students who competed in solo categories and three ensembles earned the right to advance to state-level competition Feb. 27 in Indianapolis.

  • TC drum line eyes first contest

    TELL CITY - Tell City High School drum-line members will "storm" Decatur Central High School Saturday for their first competition of the season.

  • Candidates have another week to file for primary

    TELL CITY - Political hopefuls who have yet to file for this year's races have another week to throw their hats into the ring. The deadline for candidates to file for races in the primary is noon Feb. 19.

    County voters will decide races this year for sheriff, county clerk, auditor, treasurer, coroner, assessor and District 2 county commissioner. The four district seats on the county council are also on the ballot. Voters will also elect township trustees.

  • Perry Central student continues to battle cancer

    ST. MARKS - A Perry Central elementary student is finding support among classmates and the community in his fight against liver cancer.

    Tyler Zoglman, a fifth-grader, was diagnosed recently  with  carcinoma fibrolameller liver cancer and underwent a nearly 10-hour surgery to remove a tumor. He was scheduled to begin his third round of chemotherapy this week.

  • House fire

    CANNELTON - Cannelton firefighters battled cold as well as flames Sunday night. The department was called to 514 Knight St. at 11:19 p.m. after someone saw smoke and flames. Firemen were on the scene until shortly after 2 a.m. According to police records, the home is owned by Roxanne Suters.

  • Indiana Predator Challenge visits county
  • Mid-winter orchid show

    "Escape the winter blues and immerse yourself in a tropical paradise of orchids," invites the Web site for the Mesker Park Zoo and Botanic Garden in Evansville.

    The escape is abrupt as visitors pass through a heavy wooden door from frigid air into a warm, humid jungle. Rare and beautiful orchids are tucked into spaces between animal exhibits along a walkway winding through the Amazonia enclosure. They're scheduled to be on display until March 8.

  • Some offices closing for Presidents Day

    PERRY COUNTY - Some governmental offices will be closed Monday in observance of President's Day.

    The county courthouse and annex building in Cannelton will be closed. The county prosecutor's office will be closed.

    City offices in Tell City and Cannelton will be open and there will be change in trash pickup next week. The town and utility office in Troy, however, will also be closed.

    State offices will be open Monday, including the Perry County Department of Child Services.

    Federal offices will be closed Monday and there will be no mail delivery.

  • Planning group cancels meeting set for today

    TELL CITY - With no pressing business to conduct, the Tell City Advisory Plan Commission has called off its meeting scheduled for today.

    The group's next meeting is slated for March 11.

  • Wanted man nabbed after I-64 traffic stop

    ST. CROIX - A traffic stop on Interstate 64 Saturday netted police a man allegedly wanted on an Illinois warrant.

    According to Indiana State Police Trooper Phil Lubbers, Andrew Tindall, 21, of 9054 S. Rosemary Lane, Pekin, was a passenger in a 1998 Ford Escort stopped for a traffic violation near the 79-mile marker. A records check showed Tindall was wanted on a felony theft warrant from Monroe County, Ill. He was lodged in the Perry County Jail and was to be extradited to Illinois.