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Today's News

  • Funds will help Waupaca diversify

    TELL CITY - With a financial boost from the Perry County Redevelopment Commission, local officials will explore possibilities for diversifying ThyssenKrupp Waupaca's products to strengthen it against the lagging automotive industry.

  • River Sweep unearths mystery

    TELL CITY - This year's River Sweep was "a very good success, with a very good turnout" of hard-working volunteers, Paul Alvey told the board of directors for the Perry County Recycling Management District in a regular meeting Tuesday.

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  • Moose-led picnic kicks off Thursday

    TELL CITY - Perry County's Independence Day tradition, Moose Lodge 1424's annual picnic in Zoercher-Bettinger Park, kicks off Thursday with three days of food, fun and entertainment.

    Fans of amusement rides can begin their celebration a day early as some attractions will open Wednesday evening. Official picnic events kick into full gear Thursday with meals, games and entertainment each day through Saturday.

  • Work 'vastly improving' TCHS, principal says

    TELL CITY - Caution tape and temporary walls lead Tell City High School visitors from the front door to the office, and separate them from the flurry of construction activity under way on the main floor.

  • Evansville radio station to profile Windy Creek Trail

    TELL CITY - Mayor Barbara Ewing was recently interviewed by Micah Schweizer and Jessica Naudziunas of radio station WNIN for a five-part weeklong Tri-State Health Series.

    The series will air the first full week of July on WNIN 88.3 FM.  

    Ewing and Rebecca Fenn, Perry County's greenway coordinator, met the radio interviewers at the Windy Creek Trail along Indiana June 13 to discuss the wellness initiatives taking place in the area.  

  • Traffic watch

    A barred owl watches cars go by from a traffic-sign perch along Old Indiana 237 Thursday evening. It seemed oblivious to the vehicles whizzing by until the photographer stopped in the near lane for a better shot. 

  • Bike tour raising funds for lanes

    PERRY COUNTY - Imagine cycling through the scenic rolling hills of Perry County on a beautiful summer morning with family and friends. Now, imagine that you are helping create bike lanes in Tell City as you ride.

    This is the opportunity the public will have Saturday, Aug. 1 when they join other cyclists for the Siberian Summer Bike Tour of Perry County. Cyclists will have the option to travel a 8-, 20-, 60- or 75-mile route through the beautiful rolling hills of southern Indiana.

  • Nominations sought for annual citizen award

    TELL CITY - The Tell City Historical Society is accepting nominations for the 2009 Distinguished Citizen Award. Since the 1960s, a distinguished member of the community has been honored during Schweizer Fest for their contribution to the betterment of the city.

    The following requirements are considered in determining a Distinguished Citizen:

    • An individual who has accepted Tell City as his or her home, whether by birth or adoption and has benefited our community.

  • Popular bands return to Cedar Valley

    DERBY - Tommy Brown and County Line Grass and the Wildwood Valley Boys will return this year to the Cedar Valley Bluegrass Festival Friday and Saturday, July 10-11, at Cedar Valley, three miles west of Derby.

    Tommy Brown will perform Friday night and twice on Saturday. He brings his popular, traditional bluegrass music back the the venue. His wife and son also play in his band, which has become a Cedar Valley favorite over the years.