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Today's News

  • COLUMN: School lunches made at home can be tasty and nutritious

    By BRENDA HAGEDORN
    Purdue Extension

    Even though schools provide nutritious hot meals daily for students, you may have a child who prefers to take their lunch from home. Planning and packing a lunch several times a week can become tedious and often the temptation is to pack anything convenient.

    The lunch you pack for your child should be safe, nutritious and something he or she will eat.

  • COLUMN: Things to look forward to

    By VINCE LUECKE
    Editor

    Now that Schweizer fest has come and gone – and what a successful celebration it was – Perry Countians will turn their attention toward late-summer and fall activities. There are plenty of fun events coming up, old favorites as well as one-time celebrations.

    Shooting Matches

  • EDITORIAL: Back-to-school safety: a lesson for us all

    Back-to-school time has arrived and across Perry County, yellow school buses are or will soon be venturing onto highways and county roads. Their precious cargo is our inspiration for writing. Drivers should be extra careful to watch for youngsters. There will also be an increase in pedestrian traffic, particularly around schools.

  • EDITORIAL: Cannelton vandals: Become sources of city pride

    Cannelton’s common council voted at a recent meeting to close the city’s historic gazebo to public use. We understand their reasons for doing it and know they didn’t make the decision lightly.

    It was called a temporary measure, but we don’t foresee the reasons for it going away in the near future. Not without concerted action, anyway.

    The reasons are a handful of people who have vandalized the gazebo.

  • Corrections

    Steve Key, executive director and general counsel for the Hoosier State Press Association, did not specifically say the Cannelton School Board violated the state’s Open Door Law when it began a meeting Aug. 2 before the time it had advertised.

  • Free classes, transportation offered

    TELL CITY – WorkOne Southwest is offering a free adult-education class hosted by Ivy Tech Tell City, designed to help people transition to higher education.

    Those who meet class criteria can strengthen math, reading and language skills, add a GED to their resume, prepare for post-secondary training and increase wage-earning potential.  

    Classes will be held at Ivy Tech-Tell City 12:30 to  3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday Sept. 4 through Oct. 25.  

  • Closer to opening
  • Lamberts win Schweizer Fest Scavenger Hunt

    TELL CITY – Walter and Mary Lambert of Hawesville, Ky., won the 2012 Schweizer Fest Scavenger Hunt. They correctly identified the 20 locations in Tell City pictured in the Aug. 2 issue of the Perry County News.

  • Careful aim
  • Annual Cannelton Heritage Fest, anniversary activities announced

    The Cannelton Foundation, along with the city, has started plans for the annual Cannelton Heritage Fest and 175th anniversary of the city. Below are some of the activities planned for the October event.

    Foundation to host parade

    CANNELTON – To kick off Cannelton’s celebration of its 175th anniversary and annual Heritage Fest, the city will host a parade at 2 p.m. Oct. 7.