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Today's News

  • Teams hit the streets Sunday, raise more than $12,000 for babies

    With money still coming in, Sunday’s March of Dimes March for Babies raised more than $12,000 toward this year’s goal of nearly $15,000.

  • TC Royalty

    Seniors Chelsea Boyer and Brad Leibring were crowned homecoming queen and king Sept. 30 during ceremonies held before the Tell City High School football game against North Posey.

  • Immunization clinics cancelled next week

    TELL CITY – Due to staffing conflicts, the Perry County Health Department immunization clinics will be cancelled Oct. 10 at the clinic on French Ridge Road and Indiana 37 and Oct. 11 at the Perry County Health Department in Cannelton.

  • Heritage Fest Scavenger Hunt - Cannelton Edition

    Following on the heels of a Schweizer Fest scavenger hunt published every summer, The News is sponsoring a similar event marking Cannelton’s Heritage Fest celebration Saturday.

    Readers are invited to try to identify these landmarks, all located in Cannelton. What we need from you are locations, being as specific as possible.

    We’ll place all the correct entries, or those who correctly identify the most photos, into a hat.

    The winner of the drawing will win a one-year subscription to The News.

  • Concert of Baroque Sacred Music to be held at Ferdinand Monastery Oct. 29

    FERDINAND – A unique ensemble, Heartland Baroque, will perform sacred music from the 17th century at 7:30 p.m. EDT Saturday, Oct. 29 in Monastery Immaculate Conception Church in Ferdinand.

    Members of the Midwest-based group are among the country’s leading specialists in historically informed music of the baroque era. Using period instruments, they will perform compositions for violin, harpsichord, and soprano.

  • Benefit hog roast set for Saturday at Performance Cycle

    TELL CITY – Performance Cycle, 1621 Main St. in Tell City, will host a hog roast Oct. 8 to benefit two programs that provide Christmas gifts to local children.
    The event is open to the public and will include a full hog roast and side dishes.
    Serving will begin at 3 p.m. and continue until dusk.
    Guests can eat on site or purchase carry-out meals.
    Proceeds will help the Fraternal Order of Police’s Shop with a Cop and the Tell City Fire Department’s Christmas for Kids programs.
    The public is invited.

  • Old-time church service planned during Shubael Little village celebration

    CANNELTON – The Shubael Little Pioneer Village will hold its first old-time church service at 11 a.m. Oct. 16.
    The Missionary Baptist Church of Patesville, Ky., will conduct the service at the village during its open house. The service will feature old-time hymns sung a cappella and with string-instrument accompaniment. The service will be led by Brother Steve Jackson.
    The Shubael Little Pioneer Village’s annual open house will be from 10 a.m. until dark Oct. 15 and Oct. 16.  The village will dedicate a carpenter shop at 2 p.m. Oct. 15. 

  • Church News, Oct. 6

    Mass at St. Joe’s Cemetery
    BRISTOW – The Rev. Guy Mansini OSB will hold an outdoor mass at St. Joe’s Cemetery at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, weather permitting.
    In case of rain, there will be the usual mass at 6 p.m. at St. Isidore Catholic Church.

  • Dinner, dance benefit for Evelyn Hays

    DERBY – A benefit dinner and dance for Evelyn Hays will be held Saturday at the Derby Tavern.
    Serving of grilled chicken dinners will begin at noon. Cornhole games and other activities will begin at 2 p.m.
    A raffle with items from Best Home Furnishing Chair, gift baskets and more will be held during the day. A band will provide entertainment starting at 9 p.m.
    Hays is battling cancer and proceeds will go to helping with medical expenses. The community is invited to come and show support.

  • St. Isidore shooting match Oct. 16

    BRISTOW – The annual St. Isidore Catholic Church shooting match has been set for Oct. 16 at the church in Bristow.
    The ham and turkey shoot will be from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The closed match will be beef and pork with first choice 1/2 beef. Entrance to the closed match is at 2:30 p.m.
    Lunch will be served beginning at 10:30 a.m. and the menu will include homemade chili, hamburgers, homemade pie, coffee, soft drinks and bottled water.
    There will also be a country store, cake stand, splatter boards, pull tabs, children’s games and bingo.