Today's News

  • Tell City winter schedules

    Boys Varsity Basketball
    22    Heritage Hills (scrimmage)    H       1:00
    29    Cannelton    T    7:30
    02    Perry Central    T    7:30
    06    Forest Park    H    7:00
    12    Southridge    H    7:00

  • TC girls swim team lacks experience, depth

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City has its smallest girls swim team in nine years and one of its least experienced.
    There are only five letter winners on the Marksmen’s 12-girl roster. “We had about five letter winners not come back,” noted Tell City Coach Mike Page.
    There is only one freshman, diver Alesa Roark, on the team. But of the three seniors, five juniors and three sophomores, five are first-year swimmers.

  • Trojans top Perry Central

    OAKLAND CITY—Perry Central hit only 24.4 percent from the field in a 61-37 season-opening girls basketball loss to Wood Memorial Tuesday.
    The Commodores also had problems with Wood Memorial’s full-court press, committing 14 first-half turnovers.
    “We didn’t shoot very well and we had way too many unforced turnovers,” said Perry Central Coach Ty Guillaume. “At times we did a good job breaking the press but then we’d miss a layup.

  • James 1st-team all-state again, Sprinkle 2nd team

    Sports Editor

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central setter Grace James has been named to the ICGSA Class 2A volleyball all-state first team for the second year in a row.
    Perry Central middle hitter Jordan Sprinkle made the second team.
    James, a 5-foot-11 senior, is the first Perry Central player to make the 12-girl first team twice.
    She was one of six repeat selections on this year’s first team, with two of them coming from Providence’s team that won the state title the last two years.

  • Tell City girls have strong post game

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s girls basketball team will feature plenty of height and a strong post game this season. And it could be even stronger if Kassidie Hayes is cleared to play.
    Hayes, a 6-foot center/forward, led the 8-15 Marksmen with 10.9 points and 8.8 rebounds per game and 53.7 percent field-goal shooting last year.

  • Defense, rebounding keys as Rebels beat Cannelton

    Sports Editor

    CANNELTON—South Spencer’s defense forced 45 turnovers as the Rebels trounced Cannelton 66-7 in a girls basketball season opener Tuesday.
    The Rebels opened with a full-court press and forced 16 turnovers in the first quarter as they jumped to a 24-0 lead.
    They did not press the rest of the game but still made a lot of steals in their half-court zone defense. Some were the result of playing the passing lanes well and on some they just took the ball away from a Cannelton player.

  • Rascal needs new family

    RASCAL is a 1½-year-old, very affectionate male tabby cat who was adopted from the shelter as a young kitten.

    His owners recently moved and can no longer keep him, so he is back at the shelter and on the hunt for a new family once again.

    Rascal is already neutered, declawed on all four paws and ready to go to his forever, indoor-only home.

  • First Baptist collecting for Operation Christmas Child

    TELL CITY –First Baptist Church of Tell City will serve as a collection site for Operation Christmas Child. The annual project, supported by local residents, families, churches and groups, will fill shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and notes of encouragement.

    “Anyone can participate,” said local volunteer Cheryl Bingemer.

    “Whether you are young or old, Operation Christmas Child is a fun project that makes a tangible difference in the life of a child facing difficult circumstances.”

  • Vegetarian cuisine workshop Nov. 19

    TELL CITY – Tell City Seventh-day Adventist Church will offer a culinary experience in vegetarianism from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19, at the church. The event is free and open to the public. The church is at 434 13th Street in Tell City.

  • Missions team offers to rake leaves

    TELL CITY – Tell City First United Methodist Church’s missions team is collecting names of people who need help raking leaves in their yards this fall.

    Names, addresses and phone numbers may be provided to the church office by calling 547-2800 or sending email to the church at tcumc@psci.net.