Today's News

  • Bulldogs run past Rappites

    Sports Correspondent

    CANNELTON—Cannelton used a balanced scoring attack to defeat New Harmony 76-56 in boys basketball Friday.
    The Bulldogs had a player score at least eight points in each quarter. Brandon Cook scored eight in the first quarter and nine in the second quarter.
    Quinn Duke scored 10 in the third quarter, and Cook and Elijah Littles each scored nine in the fourth quarter.
    All three players shot at least 60 percent from the field.

  • PC’s defense stops Trojans

    Sports Correspondent

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central’s full-court defense held Wood Memorial to 23.8 percent field-goal shooting as the Commodores won 72-37 in boys basketball Friday.
    Wood Memorial took its only lead at 3-2 on a baseline jumper by Kendall Ayers with 6:55 left in the first quarter.
    Derek Thomas made a two point jump shot to start a 10-0 Perry Central run over the next 3:03.
    Thomas made another basket, followed by two inside baskets by Colten Hedinger, and an 8-footer by Trent Brown.

  • Free Christmas concert set for Sunday

    The public is invited to the free Tell City Junior-Senior High School Christmas Concert at 4 p.m.Sunday in the school's auditorium.

    "The students have worked really hard and would love to see you in the audience," said Randy Roccia, chorus director.

  • Koch jailed in Perry County; charged with OWI

    CANNELTON – Philip Koch, the Santa Claus businessman arrested last month in Warrick County on a charge of domestic battery, was jailed in Perry County Friday after allegedly found to be under the influence of methamphetamine and other drugs.

    Koch was arrested after his car rear-ended another vehicle on Indiana 66 at a temporary stoplight on the north side of the city. Dispatchers received a 911 call from the driver, Gina Elliott, advising that her car had been struck while she was stopped for the light.

  • Families in need of winter coats, blankets invited to Catholic Charities

    PERRY COUNTY – Catholic Charities is currently conducting its annual winter coat and blanket giveaway.
    If you or someone you know needs a winter coat, organizers ask they come to Catholic Charities for assistance. Due to the generosity of local residents, the group has a very good supply of coats for all ages - small children through adults. There are also several blankets to choose from.

  • Holiday Home Tours

    Despite gray skies and rain, a good crowd took part in a Holiday Season House Tour sponsored Sunday by the Hoosier Heights Country Club Ladies Auxiliary.

  • Sisters of St. Benedict plans Christmas liturgies

    FERDINAND – The Sisters of St. Benedict invite the public to join them for Christmas celebrations.
    Christmas Eve services at Monastery Immaculate Conception in Ferdinand will be held Saturday, Dec. 24, at 10 p.m. Carol service precedes the Mass, beginning at 9:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served in the monastery dining room immediately after Mass. Christmas morning mass on Dec. 25 will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. in the monastery church.

  • General surgeon to see patients at Santa Claus Family Medicine

    SANTA CLAUS – Beginning Tuesday, Dec. 13, General Surgeon Charles Tollett, Jr. M.D. will see patients at Santa Claus Family Medicine every other Tuesday afternoon from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. CST.  A physician’s referral is preferred.  
    Tollett received his medical degree at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pa., where he also completed a residency in general surgery.

  • Ladies attend Music City Christmas bus tour

    In the above picture, Judy Hagedorn, JoAnn Smith, Jamie Mandrell, Vicki Schneider and Jean Paulin all pose after attending the Hancock Bank and Trust Music City Christmas bus trip Nov. 19.

    The group toured the mansion at Fontanel, a 27,000 square foot log home formerly owned by country music hall of fame member Barbara Mandrell, Jamie’s mother. While they were there, the ladies also enjoyed a dinner and Music City Christmas holiday show at Music City on Stage.

  • Oliva represents Tell City in state queen pageant

    Darian Oliva, 2011 Schweizer Fest Queen, represented Tell City in the Indiana Festival Association Queen Pageant in November. Oliva carried a traditional William Tell bow and arrow when describing the annual Tell City festival and community. The pageant was in Indianapolis at the Wyndham Hotel.