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Today's News

  • Burglaries, thefts on rise in Cannelton, police chief advises residents to look for, report anything suspicious in their area

    CANNELTON – “We have had an uptick in burglaries and thefts the last three weeks or so,” Cannelton Police Chief Lee Hall said during a regular meeting of the city’s common council last Monday.

    “I just want to remind everybody that if you see anything suspicious around your property, your neighbor’s property or anything, call us and let us know then, when it’s happening. Call if you see anybody who doesn’t belong in the area.”

  • Focusing on farmers

    By STATE REP. LLOYD ARNOLD
    District 74

    Agriculture is such a large aspect of Indiana’s communities, history and economy, so each year the General Assembly addresses issues that are brought forth by farmers and those in the industry from across the state.

    I was proud this year to support various efforts dealing with agriculture ranging from the release of animal veterinary records to agricultural seed testing.

  • Community owes Officer Micah Jackson a big thank you

    By VINCE LUECKE
    Editor

    Lots of people volunteer their time to worthwhile causes, but I can’t think of anyone I know who has devoted more of his time than Micah Jackson has to the Cannelton Police Department.

    Jackson has worked as a police reserve patrolman there for close to a decade and has given literally thousands of hours to the city and its residents. He’s also been a proud supporter of law enforcement across the county.

  • United Way deserves our renewed support

    United Way of Perry County’s yearly campaign is in full swing and your help is needed to make it a success. This year’s campaign hopes to raise $130,000 for support groups that provide important services in our community. Our combined gifts to United Way will help build our community and make Perry County a better place to live and work.

  • Three area state troopers honored

    JASPER – Three state-police troopers from the Jasper District were honored recently at an awards ceremony at the Indiana Government Center.

    Master Trooper Thomas Campbell, Trooper Robert Lambert and Trooper Jeremy Galloway were presented awards for their service to the State of Indiana.

  • Where does the money go?

    Judy Perez
    Hoosier National Forest
     
    National forests belong to the American public. They are yours, mine and ours. So, you might ask, “Why can’t I do what I want when I am visiting the Hoosier National Forest?”

  • Preaching lecture, workshop set at Saint Meinrad

    ST. MEINRAD – Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology will present the 24th annual John S. and Virginia Marten Lecture and Workshop in Homiletics Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 7-8, on the Saint Meinrad campus. This year’s lecturer is the Rev. Donald Senior of Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. Senior is president emeritus of CTU and a professor of New Testament studies.

  • EUCC to host ordination Sept. 28

    TELL CITY – Evangelical United Church of Christ in Tell City will celebrate the ordination of its newly called pastor, James T. Hills II, during a service at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28.

    The congregation invites the public to attend the ceremony and will host a reception and meal following the service in Fellowship Hall. To make a reservation, call 547-7059 with the number attending. The deadline for making reservations is Thursday, Sept. 18.

  • William Tell kicks off school year with bullying prevention program

    TELL CITY - William Tell Elementary School kicked off its Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Friday, Aug. 22, with a day of presentations and activities aimed at bullying prevention awareness and friendship building.

    Anti-bullying expert, speaker and author Jim Jordan of Report Bullying.com, a Canada-based organization offering programs and assemblies throughout the U.S. and Canada, gave two presentations, one for students in kindergarten through second grade and another program for students in third through six grades.

  • Brescia plans awareness activities for National Suicide Prevention Week

    OWENSBORO - Brescia University has planned activities for National Suicide Prevention Week.

    A press release announcing the events states, "Stigma about mental health and receiving help keeps far too many people away from the resources that could assist them."

    Brescia officials stated mental health is just as important as physical health.

    While many students go to the gym, watch their weight and eat healthy, the vast majority does not always pay the same attention to their mental health.