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Today's News

  • Eagles use quickness to defeat Cannelton

    By PHILLIP BALL
    Sports Correspondent

    EVANSVILLE—Evansville Day used superior quickness on defense and in transition to defeat Cannelton 82-61 in boys basketball Saturday.
    The Bulldogs had trouble moving the ball against the Day School’s press. The Eagles made 14 steals and forced 20 turnovers before calling the press off late in the third period.

  • Brown, Rebels edge Marksmen at buzzer

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Managing Sports Editor

    REO—Tristan Brown hit a driving five-foot shot at the buzzer to give South Spencer a 52-50 boys basketball victory over Tell City Saturday.
    Tell City led most of the first three quarters but South Spencer built a four-point lead three times in the fourth quarter, the last time at 50-46 on two free throws by Charleston Roberts with 46 seconds left.
    Tell City tied the score on two inside baskets by center Shane Weedman—the second after a steal by Tyler Dauby.

  • Graves hot early in PC win over Tell City

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Ashley Graves hit her first six shots from the field as Perry Central built a 26-11 lead en route to beating Tell City 49-26 in girls basketball Monday.

  • Community News, Jan. 21

    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.

  • Dale High School Class of 1960

  • Correction

    A photo caption on the front page of Monday’s edition misidentified a young basketball player taking part in a halftime game Friday at Perry Central. The photo was of Marcus Fortwendel.

  • Ninth-grade orientation meeting Feb. 1

    LEOPOLD – Perry Central will host a ninth-grade orientation for current eighth-grade students at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1, in the elementary cafeteria.

    Students and parents will learn about high-school graduation requirements, the job-market outlook and develop a flexible four-year course plan. A light supper will be served at 6 p.m. with the program starting at 6:30. An RSVP is encouraged.

    For more information, call Jody French, school guidance counselor, at 843-5121 or send e-mail to frenchj@ pccs.k12.in.us for more information.

  • Waupaca donates to Garden Club

    GRANDVIEW – The Garden Club of Grandview recently received a monetary donation from Waupaca Foundry, Tell City plant, for its current community project.
    The garden club is sponsoring a new park for the children of their community. The park will use town property that is unusable for residence. It will be located on the northeast side of Grandview, where there are currently no play areas.

  • A Mason for 50 years

    Rome Masonic Lodge recently recognized Brother Charles Skinner, left, for marking 50 years of membership in Masonry. Charles Skinner accepted an Award of Gold Certificate from Gale Garner, secretary of the lodge.
     

  • Farm marketers can hone business skills at upcoming Purdue workshops

    WEST LAFAYETTE – Farm-market vendors have the opportunity to learn about emerging consumer demand for locally grown foods at a Purdue Extension workshop and Webinar series Growing for Market.

    The three sessions, directed at farm-market vendors who want to become more effective and profitable marketers, will be offered at 21 Purdue Extension county offices and available in Webinar form for those who want to participate from home.