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Today's News

  • Correction

    A story about Nathan Freeman’s archery awards in the News Thursday incorrectly stated that Tell City’s archery team finished 16th among 19 teams in the state tourney.

    The Marksmen actually finished sixth.

  • Cash Waggner tops Hair Razors

    TELL CITY – Cash Waggner & Associates scored three runs in each of the first three innings to beat Hair Razors 9-4 in a battle of undefeated Tell City age-13-16 girls softball teams Wednesday.

    Cash Waggner improved to 3-0 while Hair Razors slipped to 3-1.

    Hits were hard for both teams to come by. Cash Waggner had four and Hair Razors three, with each team getting two infield hits.

    But Cash Waggner took advantage of five Hair Razors errors in the first three innings, as well as four walks and a hit batsman.

  • Perry Central’s Douglas shoots 80 in regional

    MONTGOMERY – Perry Central’s Brad Douglas ended a stellar high-school career by shooting an 80 at the Washington Regional Golf Tourney Thursday.

    Douglas, who finished tied for the fourth-best score of 10 individual qualifiers, significantly improved his score from a week ago, when he advanced as an individual out of the Jasper Sectional by shooting an 86. The highlight of the day for the senior came on the par-four third hole, when he was able to sink a birdie put.

  • Hoosier Express opens season with win

    By CLAY CUNNINGHAM
    Special to the News

    LINCOLN CITY – Spencer Beard went 5 for 6 with 4 RBIs, three of which came in an eight-run eighth inning, helping the Hoosier Express earn a come-from-behind 15-11 win over Pate in their season opener Thursday.

    In a wild, three-hour game, the Express bats came alive, as they finished the night with 21 hits. Adam Braunecker added three hits, while Austin Paulin, Brian Arnold, Drew Mowery, Reese Miller and Casey May each had two.

  • COLUMN: Indiana’s high-school grads and economic opportunity

    By BILL STANCZYKIEWICZ
    Indiana Youth Institute

    High school graduation ceremonies this month are celebrating the Class of 2012, and Hoosier graduates can learn an important lesson from the past before they take their next step forward.

    An intriguing correlation exists between today’s economic trends and the economic developments of 100 years ago.

  • COLUMN: Our government’s problem

    By LEE HAMILTON
    Center for Congress

    Americans get angry when they learn of government bureaucrats spending lavishly at a Las Vegas hotel or Secret Service agents consorting with prostitutes. As well they should. Such conduct wastes money and drains Americans’ respect for their government.

    Washington’s routine for such embarrassing revelations is for executive and legislative officials to express shock, demand an investigation, and vow that such shenanigans will never happen again.

  • EDITORIAL: NYPD violates constitutional guarantees

    The New York City Police Department’s surveillance of Muslims is as outrageous as would be a similar scrutiny of Catholics or members of any other faith.

    New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks proved New Yorkers could not rely solely on the federal government for protection, according to an Associated Press story published Wednesday in the Evansville Courier & Press.

  • More than 125 citations issued during Click It or Ticket crackdown

    PERRY COUNTY – After a 14-day enforcement mobilization, the 2012 Click It or Ticket campaign ended last week.

    With the support of law enforcement officers, highway safety officials and safety advocates across the country, the recent mobilization potentially saved thousands of lives across the nation by cracking down on those who are not buckling up day and night.

  • New teachers hired for TC schools

    TELL CITY – During a May 22 meeting, members of the Tell City-Troy Township School Board approved several personnel recommendations, including the hiring of new teachers for the 2012-13 school year.

    The following educators were hired as teachers for the next school year at William Tell Elementary School: Tomi Jo Sutton, Angie Foury, Hannah Flamion, Kayla James, Brittany Persinger, Whitney Litherland, Lauren Braunecker, Angie Spinner and Pat Jarboe.

  • Camp with a Cop offers three days of fun, learning at Glenn Wood Hills

    PERRY COUNTY – The 2012 annual Kenny Kellems Camp With a Cop police youth camp has been scheduled for July 18-20.

    Due to the growth of the camp, the location has been changed and this year will be held at the Glen Wood Hills Camp in Derby. Youngsters entering sixth through ninth grades can attend.

    Due to the location of the camp, bus transportation will be offered from Myers Grade School in Cannelton to the camp in Derby July 18.

    Parents are welcome to drop their children off in person at the camp if they so choose.