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Today's News

  • Blood moon

    In the pre-dawn hours of the morning of Oct. 8 the full moon began to pass through the Earth’s shadow. The shadowed moon took on a haunting reddish tint due to the refraction of sunlight through the atmosphere, earning it the colloquial moniker of “Blood Moon.”

  • Fans flock to fall tour
  • Fire damages Main Street home

    Candles left on top of a piano triggered a fire inside a Main Street home Monday.

    Assistant Tell City Fire Chief Steve Hauser said Larney and Joyce Greenwood escaped the home after noticing flames coming from the piano, which was located in a front living room.

    Fire damaged that room and smoke and water damage affected the rest of the house.

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  • Halloween happenings around the area

    TELL CITY – As Halloween approaches, several area groups are planning Halloween activities for kids and adults. Below is a listing of upcoming events in Perry and Spencer counties.

    • The Troy Halloween kids party will start at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, at the Troy Firehouse. Kids can enjoy games, treats, hay rides, inflatables and fire safety information.

  • Pet of the week

    REDFORD is a 3-year-old male redbone coonhound who was an unclaimed stray on Boyd Road outside Cannelton a couple of months ago. He appears to have been someone’s hunting companion.

    His handsome bark-bay announces his hound traits through and through. If you are looking for a handsome pet or hunting companion, Redford is the one for you. His adoption fee includes neuter, all vaccines, heartworm test and flea, tick and heartworm preventive.

  • Volleyball sectional pairings drawn Monday

    INDIANAPOLIS—Tell City and Perry Central could meet in the semifinals of next week’s Forest Park volleyball sectional.
    Both local teams drew into the long bracket of the six-team sectional in pairings drawn by the IHSAA Monday.
    Perry Central will take on Forest Park in the first match Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Perry County time followed by Tell City versus North Posey at approximately 7 p.m.
    The winners of those matches will meet in the first semifinal match Thursday at 5:30 p.m., followed by Mater Dei versus South Spencer in the other semifinal.

  • Cannelton falls to Shoals, Hancock County

    CANNELTON—Cannelton lost to Hancock County 25-9, 25-16, 25-8 in volleyball Tuesday but “we actually played well,” said Cannelton Coach Ashley Chapman.
    “It was a fun game to watch,” she added. “They work a lot better with Melissa (Clausen). Maybe it’s because she gives us that senior leadership.”
    Clausen, playing her second consecutive match after missing the first 22 with a broken ankle, led the Bulldogs with five digs.

  • South Spencer upsets Marksmen

    TELL CITY—Kerrigan Shourds made nine kills and four blocks as South Spencer beat Tell City 25-19, 12-25, 25-21, 22-25, 15-10 in PAC volleyball Tuesday.
    Emma Kohnert made 14 kills and four blocks for Tell City. Brenee Leibering added nine kills and Mary Steen eight. Natalie Peter had 36 assists.
    Cassie Bryant made 23 digs and Taylor Gentry served two aces.
    This was South Spencer’s first win over the Marksmen since Sept. 23, 1993.

  • Football sectional pairings set

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central will host 4-4 North Daviess while Tell City will have a long road trip in first-round football sectional games Oct. 24.
    Pairings for each sectional were drawn by the IHSAA Sunday.
    If Perry Central wins its first game in its Class A sectional, it will likely play 7-1 Linton-Stockton, which hosts winless Wood Memorial in the first round, in the semifinals Oct. 31. That game would also be played at Perry Central.

  • Rangers to battle Tell City

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    FERDINAND—Two 1-7 teams will try to gain some momentum for the sectional when Tell City visits Forest Park in PAC football Friday at 7 p.m.
    The Rangers have been bothered by several injuries this year, which makes it a little harder to prepare to face them.