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Today's News

  • Church news, Sept. 6

    St. Pius fall festival set for Sunday
    TROY – St. Pius Catholic Church in Troy will have its annual fall festival Sunday.
    The menu for the day will include the church’s “famous soup” by the bowl and gallon. Those wishing to purchase soup by the gallon are asked to take their own containers.
    Fried-chicken or roast-beef dinners, hamburgers, polish sausage, ice cream and homemade pie will also be served.

  • Financial Peace University coming in September at Troy UMC

    TROY – Area residents are invited to participate in the Financial Peace University to learn how to plan and budget their finances.
    Through video teaching by Dave Ramsey and class discussions, FPU presents practical steps to get participants from where they are to where they want to be with their money.
    According to organizers, this plan will show how to get rid of debt, manage money, spend and save wisely and much more.
    The average family who goes through the program pays off $5,300 in debt and saves $2,7000 in the first 90 days, organizers said.

  • Purdue Extension to host southern Indiana grazing workshop

    WEST LAFAYETTE – A Sept. 14-15 Purdue Extension conference in southern Indiana will help livestock producers integrate management-intensive grazing programs into their operations.

    Grazing 102 will run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 14 and from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 15. It will be at the Southern Indiana-Purdue Agricultural Center, 11371 East Purdue Farm Road, Dubois.

  • Mount Zion to host homecoming Sept. 16

    SANTA CLAUS – Mount Zion Christian Church of Santa Claus will hold its 177th annual homecoming Sept. 16 at the church.
    The guest speaker for the 10 a.m. morning service will be Brother Jim D. Bowyer, Sr. Bowyer has been preaching the gospel of Christ for more than 40 years. He is a graduate of Louisville Bible College and Cincinnati Christian University.

  • Tell City Ducks Unlimited to celebrate group’s 75th anniversary Saturday

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Ducks Unlimited chapter will host its annual Sportsman’s Night Out Saturday at the Schergens Center. 

    Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. Ribs and chicken will be served at 6 p.m. and Dixon’s Auctioneers will lead an auction at 7. The auction will feature Ducks Unlimited’s 75th anniversary merchandise, popular one-of-a-kind items that the chapter is becoming famous for, donated items from many businesses around the area and other Ducks Unlimited merchandise.

  • EPA tackles former Troy Refinery cleanups

    By STUART CASSIDY

    TROY – Decades-old oil-holding tanks and transfer lines at the former United Energy Site, also known as the Troy Refinery, are being removed. A construction crew, with oversight from the Environmental Protection Agency, began Aug. 23 deconstructing structures at the long-defunct oil refinery.

  • Free health fair Sept. 13 in Rockport

    ROCKPORT – Miller’s Merry Manor and Trinity United Methodist Church will host a free health fair Sept. 13. This is in conjunction with the Trinity United Methodist Church salad luncheon at the church.
    The health fair is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the luncheon is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be vendor freebies and door prizes.

  • Recycling chief: Tapping cash reserves not unusual

    By KEVIN KOELLING

    Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Prices received for recyclable materials were high last year, so “we were pretty much able to get through the year” without tapping cash reserves, Ken Smith said Aug. 23. “This year, we’re going to have to dip into that.”

  • TCHS Class of 1947 hold reunion

    Seventeen classmates and some spouses of Tell City High School Class of 1947 gathered for their 65th reunion Aug. 11 at the Patio Steak House.

  • Determined duo to lead United Way campaign

    By VINCE LUECKE

    PERRY COUNTY – United Way is kicking off its annual fundraising campaign with a $125,000 goal. Money raised in coming months will fund a variety of community groups offering emergency aid, health services and educational opportunities.

    Missy Noble and Mary Roberson are co-chairing this year’s campaign and the two former Perry Central classmates are promising a high-energy, determined push to raise money.