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Today's News

  • EDITORIAL: America violates its own ideals in torturing prisoners

    The first definition of the noun ideal in the Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary is “a standard of perfection, beauty or excellence. Although it has fallen short now and again, this nation was built upon a number of ideals that makes many of us proud to have been born and raised here.

    One of those ideals is our sense of justice. Evidence was presented last week – in the form of 525 pages of executive summary – that many actions have been taken in our name that violate our deep-seated ideas of justice.

  • Bristow United to present ‘David’s Dynasty’ Saturday

    BRISTOW – The Christmas play “David’s Dynasty” will be presented at the Bristow United Pentecostal Church at 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20. Everyone is welcome.

  • Parade, chili-cook off winners honored

    Tell City Christmas Parade float winners were honored Friday at City Hall. 

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  • Service of the Longest Night planned for Saturday

    ST. MEINRAD – Abbey Caskets, a work of Saint Meinrad Archabbey, will host a Service of the Longest Night Saturday, Dec. 20, at 6 p.m. in the Saint Meinrad Archabbey Guest House Chapel.

    Many people find the holidays a challenging time. Instead of celebrating, they are struggling with grief. They miss loved ones and find that the usual traditions and bright lights serve only to heighten their struggle.

    The Rev. Adrian Burke OSB will lead the service with prayer and Scripture that acknowledge those who mourn and struggle with loss during the Christmas season.

  • Land of Lights now open for season

    SANTA CLAUS – The sixth annual Santa Claus Land of Lights Family Christmas Light Adventure is open weekends through Dec. 14 and will be open each day Dec. 17 through New Year’s Eve.

    Located inside Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort, this custom drive-through outdoor light show tells the “Shining Story of Rudolph” with thousands of bright, energy-efficient light-emitting diodes and dozens of storyboards.

    At 1.2 miles long, it is one of the largest holiday light shows in North America. Each vehicle receives a free photo with Rudolph.

  • Community Events

    The Perry County News is pleased to announce events of local interest as a service to our readers and the community. Information should be sent to The News at P.O. Box 309, Tell City, IN 47586. Information can also be faxed to 547-2847 or e-mailed to lifestyles@perrycountynews.com. Please include a telephone number.

    Santa Claus to visit library Wednesday

  • Optimists collect blankets

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Optimist Club are conducting a blanket drive for Catholic Charities and Holiday Helpers. Collection boxes are available at local banks and churches. The blanket drive will run through Dec. 31.

  • TC works board set to hire new police officer

    By VINCE LUECKE
    Editor

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Board of Public Works could vote as early as this afternoon on a recommendation to name a new patrolman to the ranks of the Tell City Police Department.

    Patrolman Greg Linne, who has worked for the city police department for more than a decade, announced his resignation late last month. He has accepted a position with the city’s wastewater department.

  • Perry County gets money back tenfold

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – County commissioners heard from Charles Malinowski at a regular meeting Nov. 18 a report on the latest amount of money he returned to the county.

    The president, owner and founder of Malinowski Consulting Inc. of Carmel was seeking renewal of a contract under which his company recovers costs going into the collection of child support from parents delinquent in their payments.

  • Plans in place for third Silvesternacht

    TELL CITY – A scavenger hunt, pub crawl, photo booth and evening social are just a few of the new and returning events planned for Tell City’s Silvesternacht celebration Dec. 31.