Today's News

  • Cannelton falls to South Spencer

    REO—No Cannelton player had more than one kill or more than one ace serve in a 25-13, 25-3, 25-10 volleyball loss to South Spencer Tuesday.
    Nicole Harris and Chloe Davis each served three points for Cannelton.
    Caressa Sloss made three blocks and two digs.
    Mackenzie Reed added two digs and she and Davis each made one block.
    Harris made one kill.
    South Spencer won the JV match 25-8, 25-14.
    Madeline Lindauer served four points, including one ace, for Cannelton.
    She also made one kill and Tory Thomas made three digs.

  • No. 1 Titans to invade Tell City Friday night

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Several factors have combined to make Gibson Southern the No. 1 ranked Class 3A football team in the state. And they will be on display when the Titans invade Tell City Friday at 7 p.m.
    For one the 7-0 Titans have a strong, balanced running game. Dylan Stefanich, a 5-foot-10, 185-pound junior, has rushed for 708 yards and 15 touchdowns and quarterback Isaac Sellers, a 6-foot, 175-pound junior, has run for 582 yards.

  • PC wants to contain Blackhawks’ running

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Containing Springs Valley’s running game will be Perry Central’s top priority when the Commodores host the Blackhawks in PLAC football Friday at 6:30 p.m.
    “Their running game is their bread and butter,” said Perry Central Coach Greg Gibson of the 2-5 Blackhawks. “They’ve got a couple of good backs.
    “Last year we let O’Brien Selby get outside on us a couple of times. I think our run defense is a little better this year.”

  • Kohnert stuffs Vikings

    TELL CITY—Emma Kohnert made 17 kills and 11 solo blocks as Tell City beat North Posey 25-23, 25-23, 17-25, 14-25, 15-10 in PAC volleyball Saturday.
    “This was a great conference win!” said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes. “It makes us 18-7 (overall) and 5-2 in the conference.”
    Kammie Jo Hayes added 10 kills and Madison Mathena four for the Marksmen. Emily Hagedorn had 19 assists and Rachel Malone added 17.
    Mathena made four blocks, including three solos.

  • Roark, Commodores spike Forest Park Tuesday

    FERDINAND—Terissa Roark made 15 kills and three blocks as Perry Central beat Forest Park 25-21, 22-25, 25-15, 26-28, 15-10 in volleyball Tuesday.
    Abby Reed added 14 kills, Ryann Lynch seven, and Addy Davis five. Davis had 35 assists.
    Davis and Payton Emmons each made two blocks and Reed and Latisha James each added one.
    The Commodores also had strong back-row defense, with Brooke Mullis making 19 digs, Lynch 15, Reed and Davis 14 apiece, Courtney Berger 10, and Brooke Lasher eight.

  • PC girls repeat as PLAC champion

    MARENGO—Elizabeth Dauby won the individual title and Sophia Shelby made some key passes down the stretch to give Perry Central the PLAC girls cross country title Saturday.

  • Marksmen place 6 in top 10 at PAC

    FORT BRANCH—Only five runners score for a cross country team, but Tell City had six make all-conference and seven receive individual awards as it dominated the PAC boys meet Saturday.

  • Cannelton hosts bicentennial parade
  • Catholic Charities fundraiser Nov. 5

    PERRY COUNTY – Catholic Charities of Tell City will host a Taste and Share event with local craft beers on Saturday, Nov. 5, with St. Benedict’s Brew Works and Tell City Brewing Co. on hand.

    There will also be a cash bar for wine and full glasses of beer. Live music and a silent auction are also planned. The event runs from 7 to 10 p.m. and will be held at The Tell City Depot. This is an ages 21 and older event.

    Tickets are $25 and include beer tastings, food samples and soft drinks.

  • Tell City Ducks Unlimited annual dinner Saturday

    TELL CITY – Tell City’s Ducks Unlimited chapter will hold its annual dinner at the Schergens Center this Saturday. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and dinner will be served at 6. This year’s event will feature an auction, silent auction, games and raffles and a super gun raffle.

    Numerous community members have donated premium items for this year’s event. 

    Dr. Eric Burris has donated two hand-carved duck calls, artist Karen Syler has donated a framed painting and Greg Hubert is donating a puppy with  a championship hunting pedigree.