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Today's News

  • Emmanuel Lutheran youth celebrate during vacation Bible school

    Emmanuel Lutheran Church held its annual Vacation Bible School in June. Thirty-three children attended the week-long program. They learned five different Bible stories, sang songs and had craft time. The week ended with a closing program on Friday evening.

  • Church News, July 4

    Church-wide bake, yard sales
    TELL CITY – First United Methodist Church, 10th and Mozart streets in Tell City, will host a church-wide yard and bake sale.
    The sale will be from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 11 and from 7 to 11 a.m. July 12. There will be men’s, women’s and children’s clothing; tools; jewelry; computer items; books; movies; shoes; purses; what-knots; home-grown produce; dishes; puzzles; toys; baby items and flowers.
    The community is invited to attend.

  • Reunions, July 4

    CHS 1983
    CANNELTON – The Cannelton High School Class of 1983 will hold its 30-year reunion at 4 p.m. Saturday.
    The reunion will be at the Cannelton American Legion, 516 Knight St.
    For more information, contact Jerri Lynn Corley Harper at 547-5842.

    Aaron Criss family

    GENTRYVILLE – The Aaron Criss family will hold a reunion Sunday at the campground shelterhouse at Lincoln State Park in Gentryville.

  • Henrickson named President’s Scholar

    BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Eric Henrickson has achieved the designation of President’s Scholar at Western Kentucky University for the spring 2013 semester.
    To be selected for this honor, students must achieve a grade-point average of 3.8 or better out of a possible 4.0 for the semester.
    Henrickson graduated from WKU May 11 with a bachelor’s degree in teaching, majoring in physical education and minoring in health.
    He is the son of Brad and Sandy Henrickson and is a 2008 graduate of Tell City High School.

  • Glory Bees Preschool enrolling new students for 2013-14 school year

    TELL CITY – Glory Bees Preschool, established in 1986, is currently accepting applications for the upcoming school year, scheduled to begin Aug. 26. 
    Glory Bees uses learning through play, teaching philosophy, and students will experience a variety of fun-filled learning adventures. Children will be introduced to Christian character development, math, science, art, music, a phonetic introduction to letters, manners and cooking. Each child will be encouraged to participate in new and challenging learning situations so they are able to master new skills.

  • Zumba party for Autism!

    Around 50 people gathered in the back parking lot of William Tell Elementary School in Tell City June 27 to help raise money for Austim Speaks.
    EverBody’s Fun and Fitness Center hosted the event and owner Breanne Walsh said proceeds of $1,114 will benefit the charity. Local runners Blair Walsh and Tyler Rainey will run in the Chicago Marathon in October and have a goal to raise $3,000 before the race.
     

  • Casey Electric defeats Dixon’s for 9-10 title

    TELL CITY—Jayden Casebolt hit two doubles as Casey Electric beat Dixon Auction 5-3 to win Tell City’s age-9-10 girls softball playoff tourney Tuesday.

  • R&A takes PC tourney title

    LEOPOLD—Ryan Zarate and Ryan Johnson each drove in two runs as R&A Sports beat Perry-Spencer Cooperative 6-3 to win Perry Central’s age-11-12 baseball playoff tourney June 21.

  • Beard drives in 7 in Rockport win

    LINCOLN CITY—Tell City junior Spenser Beard hit a grand slam as Rockport trounced the Hoosier Express 25-2 in American Legion baseball Friday.
    Beard drove in seven runs for the game and scored three.
    Tell City graduate Dayne Seibert added three hits for Rockport.
    Tell City junior C.J. Rowe pitched seven shutout innings, allowing just four hits, as Rockport beat Mount Vernon 4-0 Saturday.
    Rowe struck out eight and walked two to improve to 2-0 on the season.
    Seibert also had three hits in that game.

  • Hollinden wins Derby 5K run

    DERBY—Tell City boys cross country coach Chris Hollinden won the Derby Riverfest 5-kilometer run June 22.
    Hollinden ran it in 19:09, more than four minutes faster than runner-up John Pfeiffer, who won the 41-59 men’s age group.
    Sarah Richard edged Kasey Wagner by one second, 23:49 to 23:50, for the women’s overall title.
    Both of them competed in the 26-40 women’s age group.
    The run had 92 participants.