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Today's News

  • Rome annual flea markets resume Saturday

    ROME – The Rome Community Center will begin to host its second annual flea markets and trade days through summer and fall months this year. The market will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 11. Others will be held the second Saturday of each month until September.
    Everyone is welcome and vendors may include new and used items, crafters, antiques, artists and produce. No food vendors will be accepted. Space is available for $10.

  • HAPPENINGS: Knights attend state convention

    INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Knights of Columbus held its state convention in Indianapolis April 26, 27 and 28. Attending from the Tell City Knights of Columbus Council 1172 were Gene Hurm, Clarence Franchville and Dan Goble.
    Hurm was re-elected to Indiana State Council Warden and Franchville was reappointed to Indiana State Council District Deputy 36.
    The featured speaker at the banquet was Carl Erskine, a baseball player who was a part of the Brooklyn Dodgers team in the 1950s.

  • Baur siblings place in pageant

    Emma and Eli Bauer will compete in a national pageant later this year in Louisville, Ky., after placing in the Indiana Hoosier Queen of the CommonWealth pageant held in April.

    Emma was named the 2013 Humanitarian Indiana Hoosier Queen of the CommonWealth. She earned this title by donating more than 1,600 items to local animal shelters. Eli was crowned 2013 Master of the Indiana Hoosier Queen of the CommonWealth. The brother and sister are the children of Teresa and David Baur.

  • Tell City shut out twice

    TELL CITY—Tell City had only four hits in two games combined as it lost PAC girls softball games Monday and Tuesday.
    Tecumseh, ranked No. 3 in the state in Class A, beat the Marksmen 12-0 Monday on a one-hitter by Tiffany Summers.
    Summers struck out 15 and walked two.
    McKenzie Hayes led off the bottom of the first inning with a single for Tell City’s only hit.
    Madison Schuetter pitched the first five innings for Tell City, walking five and striking out none. Bailey Sandage pitched the last two innings, walking none and striking out none.

  • Tell City second in triangular match

    SANTA CLAUS—Mason Waninger shot 43 to lead Tell City to second place in a three-team boys golf match Tuesday.
    South Spencer won with 175 strokes. Tell City shot 199 and Forest Park 203.
    Besides Waninger, Tell City scorers were Grant Bolin with 44, Damian Harney 48, and Lane Czora 64.
    South Spencer’s Tyler Forston shot a 5-over-par 41 for medalist honors.
    Tell City, 1-4, will play at Southridge today at 5:30 p.m.

  • PC nips Crawford County

    ENGLISH—Freshman Jordan Waninger shot his best round ever to help Perry Central win a three-team boys golf match Tuesday.
    Perry Central and Crawford County each shot 176 (West Washington finished third).
    The tie was broken by comparing the team’s fifth men’s scores, and Waninger’s 48 beat the Wolfpack’s 51 by three strokes.
    Trevor Carter led Perry Central with a 3-over-par 39, including a birdie on the par-5, No. 6 hole.

  • Strong singles play carries Tell City past Tecumseh

    TELL CITY—Tell City won 36 of 37 games in singles and beat Tecumseh 4-1 in PAC girls tennis Monday.
    Addie Peter shut out A.J. Fischer 6-0, 6-0 in No. 1 singles.
    Cassie Bryant beat Ruth Bruce 6-1, 6-0 in No. 2 and Kelsey Gowers blanked Liz Fromm 6-0, 6-0 in No. 3.
    The Marksmen also won in No. 2 doubles, with Amy Hackbarth and Alex Morrow beating Abby Parsley and Alyssa Martin 6-1, 7-5.
    “Emily Olberding was ill and unable to play, but Alex played well in her first doubles match of the season,” said Tell City Coach Nick Weyer.

  • Tell City 4th at Mount Vernon

    MOUNT VERNON—Brennan Malone won the 110-meter high hurdles to lead Tell City to fourth place in Mount Vernon’s eight-team boys track invitational Friday.
    Tell City scored 57 points. Castle won with 134.
    Malone took the high hurdles race in 15.79 seconds. He placed fourth in the 300 intermediate hurdles in 44.47 and teamed with Landon Thomas, Elliott Brown and Matthew Cole to place fourth in the 400 relay in 45.65.
    Brown placed second in the 100 dash in 11.64 and fifth in the 200 in 23.67.

  • Football sectionals won’t have any byes

    The IHSAA announced its sectional alignments Monday for all class sports for the next two years, including the new six-class football system.
    With the addition of the extra class for really large schools, there will be 32 schools in Class 6A, with each playing in a four-team sectional.
    There will be 34 schools in Class 5A and exactly 64 in each of the four smaller classes.
    That means first-round byes, which have been available for area teams in Class A and 2A sectionals in recent years, will no longer exist.

  • Tell City edges Vikings

    TELL CITY—Trent Zuelly went 4 for 4 as Tell City nipped North Posey 7-6 in PAC baseball Saturday.
    Gant Miller, Casey May and C.J. Rowe each added two hits for the Marksmen and Austin Paulin drove in two runs.
    Tell City outhit North Posey 13-7, but the Vikings took advantage of seven walks to build a 5-4 lead with three runs in the top of the fourth inning.
    Freshman left-hander Reed Goffinet entered the game that inning with one out and the bases loaded but escaped further damage.