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Today's News

  • Social Security and numbers

    Do you know where your Social Security card is located? Hopefully, it’s in a safe place, tucked away securely with your other important papers. It certainly should not be in your purse or wallet and should not be carried with you every day since it can be more valuable than cash to an identity thief.

  • Annual timber industry tour and banquet Feb.12

    TELL CITY – Anyone interested in Indiana’s forests is invited to the Lincoln Hills Resource, Conservation and Development Area Forestry Committee’s 43rd annual tour and banquet. The committee is inviting the public to join them Feb. 12. 

  • New archbishop celebrates Mass in Tell City
  • Benefit Saturday for young firefighter

    TELL CITY – A day of activities Saturday will give emotional and financial support to the family of a young firefighter battling cancer for the second time. 

  • Foundation awards more than $22,000

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Community Foundation awarded more than $22,000 during its annual Grant Award Luncheon Friday. The event, which was hosted at Evangelical United Church of Christ in Tell City, recognized discretionary grant recipients who are making a difference in our community, said Grant Committee Chair Jane Efinger-Hayden.

  • Snyder reflects on landmark year

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    CANNELTON – Last year was a big one for the city of Cannelton, as it celebrated an anniversary of its founding and welcomed major improvements to the state highway it claims as its Seventh Street. 

  • St. Paul scrapbook gathering Saturday

    TELL CITY – The St. Paul’s Scrapbooking Group will sponsor the second annual scrapbooking, card-making and general crafting crop, “Mission Possible” from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the parish hall.
    Cost is $25 per person and will include snacks, lunch, drinks, goodie bags and prizes. Friends registering together may enter the crop for only $45. All proceeds will support the St. Paul Catholic Church’s 2013 youth mission trip to Kenosha, Wis.

  • Royalty take to the Perry Central court Friday

    UPDATE: Due to weather conditions, Perry Central Schools have moved its homecoming ceremonies to the game scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 26. The junior-varity game Saturday will begin at 5:30 p.m.

  • Church news, Jan. 24

    Organic Living program by Sisters of St. Benedict
    FERDINAND – Discover a variety of ways to live a more natural, simple and holistic life at the “Organic Living” seminar being offered by the Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand.
    The program will be held from 9:30 to 11:45 a.m. EST Feb. 9 at the Kordes Center, on the monastery grounds, in Ferdinand.

  • Ladies annual Lenten coffees end Saturday

    PERRY COUNTY – The ladies Lenten prayer coffees will host its final gathering from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday.
    The ladies will gather at Cannelton United Methodist Church, which is co-hosting the final breakfast with First Baptist Church, Cannelton.
    The session will include light breakfast, coffee and a program.
    All women and girls are encouraged to attend. An offering will be taken at each session.
    Those present at Saturday’s breakfast will decide which organization gets the proceeds from the breakfasts.