Today's News

  • ‘Youth Day of Caring’ returns Nov. 6
  • Shoals holds off Cannelton

    SHOALS—Cannelton had one of its best serving matches but lost to Shoals 25-18, 25-19, 27-29, 25-13 in volleyball Saturday.
    Chloe Davis served 15 points and Nicole Harris 11 for Cannelton, with each of them getting four aces.
    April Terry added seven points and Caressa Sloss five, with Sloss serving two aces.
    Sloss made five digs, three blocks and one kill.
    Harris had two digs and one kill. Terry and Kelsey Marshall each also made one kill.
    Davis, Mackenzie Reed and Marshall each made one block.

  • Thunderbirds’ option to test Tell City defense

    Sports Editor

    FARMERSBURG—Tell City will look to contain North Central’s dual-threat quarterback when they meet in a first-round football sectional game Friday at 7 p.m.
    The 4-4 Thunderbirds run a triple-option offense, something Tell City has not faced this season.
    “They run their offense well and it’s an offense that’s not easily duplicated in practice,” said Tell City Coach Josh Teague.

  • Commodores to face big Cougars on road

    Sports Editor

    ODON—Perry Central hopes to overcome an injury-filled regular season by getting some players healthy and winning its first-round football sectional game Friday.
    The 2-6 Commodores will visit 1-8 North Daviess Friday at 6:30 p.m.
    North Daviess has given up an average of 46.6 points per game and scored 9.9 ppg. Its only win was 27-24 over Indiana School for the Deaf Sept. 30.
    “They want to run,” Perry Central Coach Greg Gibson said. “They haven’t thrown a whole lot.”

  • Vikings eliminate Perry Central

    Sports Editor

    FERDINAND—Bad passing by Perry Central and strong spiking and digging by North Posey helped the Vikings win 25-13, 25-12, 25-14 in a first-round volleyball sectional match Tuesday.
    “They’ve got a nice team,” Perry Central Coach Becky Genet said of North Posey. “They hit around the blockers and they put the ball down.
    “And they’ve got more than one or two hitters.”

  • Tell City repeats as regional champion

    Sports Editor

    MARENGO—Tell City had three of the top eight finishers and five of the top 18 as it won the 10-team Crawford County boys cross country regional Saturday.
    Tell City scored 46 points to beat runner-up Christian Academy by 57.

  • Prayer rally Nov. 7 in City Hall Park

    TELL CITY – There will be a community ecumenical prayer rally at noon Monday, Nov. 7, ahead of the election. It will last about 30 minutes and is being sponsored by the ministerial association of the county.  It will be held in City Hall Park in Tell City.

    The service will be nonpartisan and will be focused on the community coming together.

  • Community Events; Oct. 20

    Cannelton Trunk or Treat Oct. 29


    CANNELTON – The second annual Cannelton community Trunk or Treat will be held Oct. 29, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Gazebo Park in Cannelton.

    Guests are invited to come dressed in costume. There will be lots of candy and games for all ages.

    Several local churches and school groups will participate.


    Goodwill grand opening Oct. 27


  • Lamar woman arrested for child molestation

    LAMAR – Angela M. Ward, 45, of Lamar faces Level 5 felony charges of sexual misconduct with a minor and child molestation following her Oct. 5 arrest.

    Indiana State Police Officer Jason Dunsworth began an investigation following a report from a man advising that Ward had sexual relations with his 14-year-old son. He added that he found video evidence of one of these encounters on her phone, which he copied and provided to police as evidence.

  • A golden grand