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Today's News

  • Upcoming programs at Perry County Memorial Hospital

    Safe-sitter classes at PCMH in June
    TELL CITY – Safe Sitter babysitting classes will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. June 6 and June 10 at the Perry County EMS building in Tell City.

  • Health News with Nancy

    Nancy Etienne, community sales representative with Medi Home Care, met with the residents at Oakwood Health Campus to share health tips and new products on the market to better assist them when they return home.

    Health News With Nancy is offered monthly as part of the Lifelong Learning Program held for the residents on the Transitional Care neighborhood at Oakwood Health Campus.

  • Mystery at Oakwood!

    Trilogy Health Services holds a quarterly theme dinner for residents in each of its campuses through the year. Recently, the mystery theme dinner unfolded clues throughout the week and ended with a dinner and the arrest of the jewel thief responsible for stealing the Oakwood Jewels. 

  • Tell City falls to Rebels, Jeeps

    TELL CITY—Cassie Bryant was Tell City’s only winner in a 4-1 PAC girls tennis loss to South Spencer Monday.

  • TNR program May 20

    PERRY COUNTY – County residents are asked to help the Perry County Animal Shelter in controlling stray cats in the area with a trap, neuter and release program.
    The program is for stray cats only. Residents who are willing to capture a stray may take it to the shelter at 200 Herzeele St. in Cannelton between 5:30 and 6 a.m. May 20.  

  • PC boys second to Forest Park

    DUBOIS—Perry Central won seven of 17 events but finished second to Forest Park in Northeast Dubois’ seven-team boys track invitational Tuesday.
    Forest Park scored 171 points and Perry Central had 141.5.
    “Forest Park just has excellent sprinters,” said Perry Central Coach Jason Barnett. “And my distance runners were tired—we’ve been working them pretty hard.”
    Still four of the Commo-dores’ wins were in distance races.
    Alex Newton won the 1600-meter run in 4:46.59 and the 3200 in 10:25.62.

  • Paoli holds off Perry Central for victory

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central rallied for three runs in the seventh inning but lost to Paoli 6-3 in PLAC baseball Tuesday.
    “The first six innings we didn’t hit the ball,” said Perry Central Coach Phil Zellers. “We’ve got two guys hitting the ball now (Tanner Cassidy and Andrew Mosby), and that’s not going to cut it.”
    Cassidy and Mosby each had two hits and Anthony Mosby hit a double.
    Cassidy, Trey Mullis and Alton Cummings each drove in a run.

  • Central walks past Marksmen late

    EVANSVILLE—Evansville Central scored six runs on one hit in the sixth inning to beat Tell City 13-11 in baseball Tuesday.
    The Bears drew seven walks from three Tell City pitchers that inning.
    Tell City had scored three runs in the top of the inning to take a 10-7 lead.
    The Marksmen outhit the Bears 13-8. Spenser Beard, Austin Paulin, Gant Miller and Trent Zuelly each had two hits for the Marksmen.
    Casey May, Trent Rainey, Miller and C.J. Rowe each hit a double.
    Beard and Miller each had three RBIs and Paulin added two.

  • PC boys fourth in 21-team meet

    EVANSVILLE—Perry Central set two school records as it placed fourth in the 21-team Indiana/Kentucky Challenge boys track meet Saturday.
    Host Harrison, coached by former Tell City star Marty Rogier, won with 127 points. Perry Central scored 56, just eight behind second-place Jefferson-ville, with just eight boys competing.
    The Commodores’ underclassmen were at a freshman-sophomore meet at Forest Park and junior Dacota Schaad was in an AAU basketball tourney as this meet was not originally on Perry Central’s schedule.

  • Tell City Masonic Lodge car show set for May 12

    TELL CITY – Tell City Masonic Lodge will host its ninth annual car show May 12 in City Hall Park. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. and continue to noon.  Judging takes place at 11 a.m. with Top 10 awards for vehicle models 1990 and newer and Top 25 awards for those 1989 and older.
    There will also be trophies for best GM, Ford and Mopar exhibits as well as a Peoples Choice Award. The winner of that award, voted upon by the public, will include a large trophy and $100 in cash. There will other special trophies awarded.