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Today's News

  • Lange-Fuhs Cancer Center to offer women’s support group

    JASPER – The Lange-Fuhs Cancer Center offers a support group for women who have had cancer of any type or who are currently undergoing cancer treatment.
    Sessions will be held the third Tuesday of every month from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Lange-Fuhs Cancer Center Conference Room located at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center’s Dorbett Street entrance.

  • Hagan chosen to be ambassador for Down Syndrome walk

    HANCOCK COUNTY – Ashley Hagan has been chosen to be ambassador for the annual Down Syndrome awareness walk Oct. 8 at Moreland Park in Owensboro, Ky.

    Hagan will arrive at the park in a limousine, welcome all participants in the walk, recognize special volunteers and lead the walk.
    Ashley is collecting donations which will help fund educational activities, social activities, new parent outreach, hospital outreach and workshops.

  • Births, Sept. 29

    Mason Allen Grossman
    Mark and Jessica Grossman of Evansville announce the birth of a son, Mason Allen, Aug. 30, 2011, at Deaconess Gateway Women’s Hospital. The infant weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces and was 22 inches long.
    The mother is the former Jessica DeVillez.
    Grandparents are Pam and Stanley Wright of Tell City, Scott and Sharon DeVillez of Tell City, Steve and Bobbi Grossman of Bristow and Chris and Bill Nesmich of South Carolina.

  • Hometown Competitiveness Kickoff

    Survey forms are available in .pdf format as an attachment below. Once printed and completed, they can be dropped off at The Perry County News or The Perry County Chamber of Commerce office at 601 Main St., Suite A. Surveys can be mailed to P.O. Box 82, Tell City, IN 47586.

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  • Fading slowly

    An old home near Huffman continues to defy time, its exterior fading each year but stubbornly hanging on to its identity. (Click photo to enlarge and right arrow to see another.)

  • Logo sought for city’s 175th celebration

    CANNELTON – The city of Cannelton will celebrate its terquasquicentenniel in 2012. For this 175th anniversary celebration, the Cannelton Foundation is sponsoring a logo contest. The winning design will be used on merchandising and advertising for the celebration. For more information, visit Cannelton.org or call Barbara Beard at at 547-7177 or 547-7816. The deadline for entries is Oct. 25.

  • Travel baseball teams to host scavenger hunt

    PERRY COUNTY – The Ohio Valley Heat travel baseball teams will sponsor a Perry County scavenger hunt Oct. 15.

    Sign-up will start at 6:30 p.m. at the TC Little League fields in the 10th Street parking lot. Cost is $25 per team, for up to a carload of participants, and $15 for a single entry.

    A $75 cash prize will be awarded to the first-place team.

    Participants and teams must take a digital camera or cell phone with a camera. The hunt will have three-hour time limit. The team with the most correct answers at the end will earn the cash prize.

  • Walk with students Wednesday

    TELL CITY – The community is invited to participate in International Walk to School in the USA Day Wednesday and walk on Tell City’s new sidewalk stretching from the Library to William Tell Elementary.

    The walk will begin at 7:15 a.m. from the library with the elementary students walking to William Tell and older students walking to the junior-senior high school. The rain date is Oct. 12.

  • Art festival returns to Cannelton Oct. 8

    CANNELTON – Cannelton will celebrate its annual fall Heritage Festival from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 8 on Washington Street in the city’s downtown.

    Perry County’s premiere art festival will host dozens of artisans and craftsmen from the region. Louisville Glassworks’ Juicey Lucy mobile glassblowing workshop will offer “blow your own” glass artwork and demonstration for adults and children 6 and up.

  • Dragging Main returns Saturday

    TELL CITY – With the weather forecast for Saturday promising sunny skies and jacket temperatures, Tell City’s downtown is certain to be humming as Dragging Main returns for a second installment.

    Activities start at 7 p.m. in City Hall Park. The local classic rock band Damaged Goods will perform under the park gazebo. Several downtown-area restaurants are planning promotions, including curb-side service. Other businesses are expected to take part.