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Today's News

  • COLUMN: Letter supporting right to work inaccurate

    By DALE GROVES, Guest Columnist

    I always respect an opinion on a controversial issue that might be different from my own opinion, even the current right-to-work bill currently being debated in the Indiana General Assembly. And I know that those who support right-to-work and those who don’t have different fact sheets, different polls and different motives for wanting this bill passed or wanting it defeated.

  • Saddle Lake hit by vandalism

    TELL CITY – The Hoosier National Forest will close some of the facilities at the Saddle Lake Boat Ramp due to a rash of vandalism at the ramp.  

  • Conservation honors

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  • Scales-tipping turnip

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  • St. Paul’s to sponsor scrapbooking, card-making crop

    TELL CITY – The St. Paul’s Scrapbooking Group will sponsor a scrapbooking-card making crop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 25 at the church’s parish hall, at Ninth and Jefferson streets in Tell City.

    Cost is $25 per person and will include snacks, lunch, drinks, goodie bags and prizes. Registration is limited to the first 50 people who sign up.

  • Storm’s wind, hail cause little damage in county

    PERRY COUNTY – A line of storms passing over the county delivered heavy rain and gusty winds early Monday morning, but did little damage, the county’s director of emergency management said.

    The storm dropped anywhere from half an inch to well over an inch of rain across the county and the county was under a severe thunderstorm warning. A Tell City police officer reported pea-size hail. Wind dislodged a piece of metal from the former Glow Room tavern, EMA Director Steve Hauser said. At least two trampolines were tossed by the wind, one of which struck a fence.

  • 4-H junior leaders reach out to kids with cancer

    PERRY COUNTY – Local 4-H junior leaders are asking for the community’s help with a new program started by a parent of one of the members.

    Chemo Cancer Angels, a program launched by Beth Hauser, was created to help Perry County kids undergoing cancer treatments. The program will send cards and toys to remind children and their loved ones that others are thinking about them.

    “No child should go through cancer, but if they have to, the least we can do is give them something to look forward to, and that is getting mail,” Hauser said.

  • Historical Society’s Tell City Chair Co. Giant Boston Rocker

    Editor’s Note: This is one of an occasional series of features on the Tell City Historical Society Museum.

  • Reserve deputies near end of training

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    PERRY COUNTY – County Clerk Jean Schulthise administered oaths of office to Perry County’s two new reserve deputies Wednesday, although the two men won’t formally begin working for a few more weeks.

    Jeff Roark and Chris Axton have been working on a 40-plus hour prebasic course since late last year. Tell City Patrolman Roger Smith is leading the training course.

  • Cold-weather workers

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