Today's News

  • Marksmen pin Pike Central 63-42

    TELL CITY—Tell City won 10 matches, including six by pins, to beat Pike Central 63-42 in junior high wrestling Thursday.
    Joe Craig, Aubrey Craig, Steven Wheatley, Nick Buchta, Brendon Richards and Javier Mendez earned the pins for the Marksmen.
    Dalton Froehlich, Cameron Kessinger and Johnny Tillison won major decisions (by at least eight points).
    Jarett Hawhee won a regular decision.

  • Lin’s performance not unprecedented

    NBA Commissioner David Stern, talking about New York Knicks’ overnight sensation Jeremy Lin in an interview with USA Today’s Jeff Zillgitt Tuesday, said, “It’s actually a phenomenon without precedence.”
    Actually there is a really similar precedent for Lin’s performance in what Robert “Bubbles” Hawkins did 35 years ago. And though that was before Stern was the commissioner, he was 34 and a counsel to the NBA then, so he should remember.

  • Hot Pats pound TC

    Sports Correspondent

    TELL CITY—Heritage Hills shot 62 percent from the field to defeat Tell City 117-73 in PAC boys basketball Friday.
    Tell City started the second quarter with the basketball trailing 28-21. Chris Kohnert was fouled driving to the basket. He made the shot and the free throw, cutting Heritage Hills lead to 28-24 with 7:42 left in the first half.

  • Perry Central edges Paoli in final minute

    Sports Editor

    PAOLI—Perry Central made several clutch plays in the final minute to overtake Paoli for a 52-51 PLAC boys basketball victory Friday.

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  • COLUMN: Why hurt Hoosier workers?

    MICHAEL ELDER, Guest Columnist

    This letter is in reference to Jim Adkins most recent attempt to make right-to-work-for-less sound good for the working people of Indiana. And if Mr. Adkins actually believes that right-to-work will help the working people of this state, he is the one who believes in fairy tales, Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.

  • COLUMN: Ways to get involved in your community

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    Time is scarce for all of us, but investing an few hours – as little as 90 minutes Tuesday – over the coming months can help several groups move forward with important projects.

    The public is welcome to attend a Tuesday gathering to hear updates to Perry County’s Hometown Competitiveness project, which launched last year. Volunteers are working on five broad areas important to the community: youth, leadership, entrepreneurship, leaving a local legacy and rural families’ economic success.

  • EDITORIAL: Who gets to strip our unalienable rights?

    We wish to propose a new way to think about expression by students.

    We suggest that the ideas contained in the Declaration of Independence, “that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these (is) liberty …” be understood to mean we are born with the freedoms we enjoy, and no one can take them away.

  • Cannelton PD solves pair of thefts

    CANNELTON – After months of investigation, the Cannelton Police Department recently arrested two men who reportedly took items out of vehicles at Aubrey Used Car Sales in Cannelton back in May 2011.

    According to officers, The Cannelton Police Department was able to obtain a search warrant for a truck where it was believed one of these items were located. According to Officer Micah Jackson, initial charges include conversion, false reporting and possession of stolen property. The two suspects were juveniles when the crimes took place. Formal charges are pending.

  • Ivy Tech offering financial aid help

    TELL CITY – Ivy Tech Community College’s Tell City Campus will hold its annual computer sessions for students and parents to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid Tuesday and Feb. 28.

    The sessions are free and open to the public. Participants need not be Ivy Tech Community College students. Anyone planning to attend any college is welcome. Participants will use computers to complete the FAFSA with the help of a financial aid expert.