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Today's News

  • Tell City hammers Princeton in season opener

    PRINCETON—Trent Zuelly hit a single, double and triple as Tell City pounded Princeton 18-1 in a baseball season opener Saturday.
    Spenser Beard added a double and drove in three runs. Brian Arnold and Trent Rainey each contributed two of Tell City’s 12 hits.
    Arnold scored three runs.
    The Marksmen also took advantage of six Princeton errors. And the Marksmen stole five bases in six attempts. Reese Miller went 2 for 2 on steal attempts.

  • Tell City holds off Raiders

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City played errorless defense and made the most of its three hits to beat Southridge 4-3 in PAC girls softball Tuesday.
    The Marksmen scored what proved to be the decisive run in the sixth inning without a hit.
    Stori Beard walked, stole second base, went to third on a wild pitch, and scored on Derrian Zabel’s ground out to the second baseman.
    That put the Marksmen up 4-1 and enabled them to withstand two Raider runs in the top of the seventh.

  • Goffinet propels Commodores to 11-1 rout of Springs Valley

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Sydney Goffinet drove in a school-record six runs with a pair of doubles as Perry Central pounded Springs Valley 11-1 in PLAC girls softball Monday.
    Perry Central started the bottom of the first inning with four consecutive hits.
    Morgan Richardson singled to right-center field, Hannah Edwards beat out an infield hit, and Heather Hendricks got a single on a bunt when no one covered first base for the Blackhawks.

  • Celtic song, dance to ring in amphitheater season

    LINCOLN CITY – Lincoln Amphitheatre’s 26th season will kick off this month featuring a Celtic concert and Irish dancers.

  • Junior Achievement needs volunteers in elementary schools

    PERRY COUNTY – Junior Achievement is looking for local businesspeople take JA entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial-literacy programs to third- and fifth-grade classrooms at William Tell and Perry Central elementary schools

  • March Madness at William Tell Elementary

    William Tell Elementary School students and staff cheered for the Indiana Hoosiers during their NCAA tourney run. They donned the university’s colors Thursday as part of IU Day. According to Principal Laura Noble, students were invited to wear the colors of IU or their favorite team. IU fans posed for photos, which will be sent to the university. To the chagrin of the school’s supporters, IU lost Thursday’s game. 

  • Relay for Life needs your participation

    PERRY COUNTY – Cancer continues to remain the No. 1 health concern for Americans. The good news is that nearly half of all cancer deaths are preventable and events like the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life not only educate people on what they can do to reduce their cancer risk, but also raise funds that lead to better treatment and more lives saved. 

  • RSVP plans get-away

    PERRY COUNTY – Lincoln Hills Development Corp.’s Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is presenting a Mackinac Island trip in Michigan through Toby Tours. 

  • Perry Central After Prom dodgeball tourney

    LEOPOLD – The Perry Central After-Prom Committee will host a dodgeball tourney and chili luncheon beginning at 11 a.m. April 14 in the Perry Central High School Gym.

  • Power of Youth grants applications available

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County Power of Youth Council is still accepting grant applications and would like to invite those in Perry County working with youth or wellness programs to apply. Up to $5,000 will be awarded for programs that involve Perry County youth or a focus on wellness that benefits Perry County.