Today's News

  • Commodores fall to Forest Park, Rebels

    LEOPOLD—Courtney Berger made 33 digs to help Perry Central go five sets but Forest Park prevailed 25-14, 25-17, 22-25, 19-25, 15-11 in volleyball Tuesday.
    Maddie Labhart added 12 digs and Addy Davis nine for the Commodores.
    Terissa Roark made 15 kills and Bree Noland added 11. Davis had 21 assists.
    Davis served five aces, Maria Hubert four, and Berger three.
    South Spencer beat the Commodores 25-21, 28-26, 20-25, 25-16 Monday despite eight kills and four blocks by Noland.
    Roark made 10 kills and Hubert four. Davis had 21 assists.

  • TC beats 2 PAC foes to raise record to 23-6

    POSEYVILLE AND REO—Tell City used strong spiking and blocking to beat two PAC foes and possible sectional opponents in volleyball Saturday and Tuesday.
    The Marksmen beat North Posey 25-22, 25-27, 25-12, 25-10 Saturday and South Spencer 26-24, 25-20, 22-25, 25-16 Tuesday.
    Tell City finished 5-3 in the conference.
    Kammie Jo Hayes made 20 kills, Addison Fella 12, and Bailey Weikel 10 against North Posey.
    Rachel Malone aided the hitters with 45 assists.
    Weikel and Fella each made three solo blocks.

  • Commodores Dauby, Bashor 2nd in PLAC

    MARENGO—Elizabeth Dauby placed second individually but Perry Central finished fourth in the PLAC girls cross country race Saturday, ending the Commodores’ nine-year reign as champions.
    John Bashor placed second in the boys race to lead Perry Central to third place in it. Isaac Moore of Orleans edged him by 59-hundredths of a second, 17:29.10 to 17:29.69.
    Bashor “had his best race of the year,” said Perry Central Coach Jason Barnett. “He ran really smart and he slowly kept picking guys off,

  • Simpson, Tell City repeat PAC champions

    HUNTINGBURG—Leo Simpson is always a strong runner for Tell City’s boys cross country team. But he seems to get especially fired up for the PAC meet.

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  • Perry County Memorial Hospital making a difference in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    TELL CITY – Perry County Memorial Hospital Radiology Department will offer a 15-percent discount for women who schedule and receive a mammogram during the month of October.

    Along with the decreased hospital rate, Perry County Memorial Hospital Radiologists, Dr. Scott Babin and Dr. Sean Ladson are also offering a 15 percent mammogram reading discount. Women will leave their appointment with a bag full of goodies and a chance to win a weekly drawing for a Skinsations facial, massage, mani/pedi, or a fall wreath.

  • Sheriff’s department site steers trick-or-treaters from sex offenders

    PERRY COUNTY –The Perry County Sheriff’s Department’s OffenderWatch is a new sex offender mapping and alerting service that aids citizens in avoiding dangerous homes

    According to Sheriff Alan Malone, there are 49 registered sex offenders in the county. He wants the public to know where they reside so that you avoid those houses when trick-or-treating. 

  • Bristow Car Show Sunday

    The Hoosier Heritage Fall Tour moves to Bristow Sunday for the community’s 28th annual Octoberfest and car show. Along with hundreds of classic vehicles, there will be music, craft vendors, food and games. Registration for the show starts at 8 a.m. at the community center. The fun will last through the afternoon. On Saturday, the historic Rickenbaugh House at Celina Lake will be open four tours. See Page 3B for more fall tour activities.