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Today's News

  • Pet of the week

    Notice from shelter staff: Due to the overpopulation of animals in our care, we are reducing adoption fees of all dogs to $50 and all cats to $25.

    SADY is a very sweet English red tick coonhound who is approximately 18 months old.

    She was brought to the shelter as a stray and seems to be scared of new things, but warms up in no time.

    She has learned how to walk on a leash and now walks with no pulling at all. She enjoys her chew bones and does well with other dogs.

  • Memorial blocks Marksmen

    EVANSVILLE—Tell City had trouble getting kills against Evansville Memorial’s strong blocking and digging and lost 25-21, 25-21, 26-24 in volleyball Tuesday.
    Emma Kohnert and Brenee Leibering led Tell City in kills with just five apiece. Natalie Peter had seven assists.
    Despite the lack of kills, “we played a lot better tonight,” said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes. “We’re on the right track. Our passing was really good tonight.

  • Tell City 3rd at Washington

    WASHINGTON—Tell City went 2-1 at four of five positions to place third in Washington’s eight-team boys tennis tourney Saturday.
    Washington won with 42 points. Evansville Central scored 39 and Tell City 29.
    Tell City won 9 of 15 total matches.
    “The heat was a factor as we played in the later rounds, but our team handled it well, and played through it,” said Tell City Coach Nick Weyer. “There were some great teams that we faced and we were challenged, but we worked hard and persevered.  

  • Defense helps PC top Corydon

    CORYDON—Improving serve reception helped Perry Central beat Corydon 25-13, 25-11, 25-8 in volleyball Thursday.
    “Our serve-receive passing score was 2.22,” noted Perry Central Coach Becky Genet. That is almost to the Commodores’ goal of 2.25.
    Maddie Hubert made 10 digs to lead the Commodores. Hannah Edwards and Grace James each added nine and Brittany Parker made eight.
    The Commodores also featured a balanced spiking attack.
    Jordan Sprinkle made eight kills, Ryann Lynch six, Hubert and Parker five apiece, and James three.

  • Commodores want to stop Rangers’ running game

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Containing Forest Park’s running game will be Perry Central’s top priority when they meet in football Friday at 6:30 p.m.
    “They like to run the ball,” said Perry Central Coach Greg Gibson. But Gibson Southern, ranked No. 2 in the state in Class 3A, shut the Rangers out last week by being quick to the ball on defense.
    The Commodores may not be quite as quick as Gibson Southern, but “I was pleased with our pursuit Friday night,” Gibson said Monday.

  • Healthier, veteran Patriots to host Tell City

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LINCOLN CITY—With a young team beset by injuries, Heritage Hills went 2-8 in football last year.
    But the Patriots, who will host Tell City Friday at 7 p.m., have more experience and better health so far this year, so they look more like a traditional Heritage Hills team.
    “They’re a really solid ballclub,” Tell City Coach Ronnie Robinson said Monday.
    They have not used the traditional Heritage Hills wishbone offense so far but instead have used mostly a pro set.

  • PC shuts out Marksmen

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Grant Pund scored three touchdowns as Perry Central defeated Tell City 40-0 in JV football Monday.
    Pund carried the ball just five times but rushed for 127 yards. He had two touchdown runs of 58 yards and one of 1 yard.
    Adam Dauby threw a 5-yard pass to Dylan Seibert for the Commodores’ second touchdown and a 10-yard one to Morgan Kemp for the final touchdown.

  • Tell City boys team wins 30-team meet

    OWENSBORO, Ky.—Tell City placed five runners in the top 30 to win the 30-team Indiana-Kentucky Border Clash boys cross country meet Tuesday.
    The Marksmen scored 86 points to edge Meade County, ranked seventh in Kentucky, by two points and become the first Indiana team to win the meet in its four-year history.
    Complete boys team scores were not available at press time because meet officials had a problem with their Hytek scoring system.

  • Faulkenburg – Newton reunion set for Sept. 21

    BIRDSEYE – Descendants of James C. and Hannah (Newton-Enlow) Faulkenburg are invited to a family reunion beginning at noon Sunday, Sept. 21, at Patoka Lake Shelter House No. 1.

    The children of James and Hannah include Ida, James, Leora Enlow, Mack, Ella, Charles Edward, Minnie and Essie Faulkenburg.

    Everyone is asked to take a covered dish and drinks. Lunch will begin at noon.

  • Batson family reunion planned for Sunday

    TELL CITY – The 88th annual Capt. Andrew Peter Batson family reunion will take place Sunday, Aug. 31, at St. Mark Parish Hall.

    The meal will be served at 12:30 p.m. Everyone attending is asked to take a covered dish and drinks as well as genealogy information and photos to share.

    Paper goods will be supplied. The meal will be followed by a family meeting.