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Today's News

  • Shoot for the Stars auditions set March 5, 6

    TELL CITY - Auditions for this year's Shoot for the Stars singing competition will be conducted March 5 and 6 at Tell City's City Hall. The competition is held in conjunction with the city's Music In The Park summer concert series.

    Applicants may complete a form available at www.tcraa.org/Shoot_For_The_Stars.html.

    For more information, contact Mandy Jackson at 547-3422 or queenofphoto@yahoo.com.

  • Students give to Haiti relief
  • More snow than expected
  • Fast start to 2010
  • Three charged after police search St. Croix home

    ST. CROIX - Three people face criminal charges after officers attempting to serve criminal warrants allegedly uncovered marijuana, paraphernalia and controlled substances inside a St. Croix home.

    According to Sheriff's Department Deputy Jason Shadwick, he and Tell City Cpl. Marty Haughee were performing a community corrections check Friday on Joshua Carter, 23, of Cannelton.

  • Deer Creek Baptist leads worshippers to the cross

    TELL CITY - More than 350 people packed into the newly built sanctuary at Deer Creek Baptist Church just outside Tell City Sunday night for "Lead Me to the Cross," an event that would showcase different youth groups from area churches. They filled pews and spilled into chairs placed in the aisles as they listened to Christian music performed by Fire for Freedom, watched interpretative skits and welcomed guest speakers Terry Kelley and Cameron Mills.

  • 'Edge of Darkness' a worthy return for Mel Gibson

    "Edge of Darkness" marks the first time Mel Gibson has starred in a film for nearly eight years. It's a shame Mel waited this long, because he's still got it.

    Maybe you feel differently about him after all the controversy of the past few years. If his remarks or actions made you hate him, this film isn't going to bring you back on his side. If, like me, you ignore controversy and just watch a movie, then you'll get a nostalgic feeling while watching "Edge of Darkness" and you'll wish Mel never took a break.

  • Froehlich champ, TC takes 5th

    NEWBURGH—Dylan Froehlich won the 215-pound title to lead Tell City to fifth place in the nine-team Castle wrestling sectional Saturday.

    Castle won the sectional with 275 points. Tell City scored 109.

    Froehlich beat Travis Daugherty of Castle 5-0 to raise his season record to 39-0, tying the school record for consecutive victories set by Jeff Casebolt in 1996-97.

  • Eagles defeat Marksmen

    TELL CITY—Ohio County hit 70.0 percent from the field in the second half to beat Tell City 67-59 in boys basketball Monday.

    “We’ve played with a lot of teams but we can’t finish them off because we don’t have the desire yet to lock anybody down on defense,” said Tell City Coach John Hayes.

    He added, “We played pretty decent defense the first half and gave up 27 points. But the second half we gave up 40 points, and there’s not a team on our schedule we can beat giving up 40 points in a half.”

  • Tell City turnovers fuel Patriots' layup attack

    LINCOLN CITY—Heritage Hills made 23 layups to beat Tell City 62-30 in PAC girls basketball Tuesday.

    At least 11 of the Patriots’ layups came in transition after Tell City turnovers. The Marksmen committed 32 turnovers overall.

    The Patriots also used their quickness to score some layups in transition off defensive rebounds and outlet passes. Or sometimes a Patriot would grab a defensive rebound and take it all the way upcourt for a layup herself, as Lyndsi Woolems did to put the Patriots up 8-4 with 2:46 left in the first quarter.