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Today's News

  • Rockport Jr. Legion earns sweep of Hoosier Express

    By CLAY CUNNINGHAM
    Spencer County Journal-Democrat

    LINCOLN CITY—Rockport’s Junior Legion baseball team had five multi-run innings in a doubleheader sweep of the Hoosier Express Tuesday.
    Rockport scored three in the first inning and six in the fifth to claim a 9-1 win in game one.
    Kobe Stephens had two hits and scored two runs. Mailin Webb led the team with three RBIs.
    The Express scored once in the first inning but could not do so again, leaving nine men on base.

  • Princeton stops Senior Legion team

    PRINCETON—Princeton broke a 1-1 tie with four runs in the fifth inning en route to a 7-2 Senior Legion baseball win over the Hoosier Express Saturday.
    Each team had seven hits but Princeton put its hits together better in its big inning.
    Adam Braunecker led the Hoosier Express, going 3 for 5 with a run scored.
    The Express, 4-5, will play Jasper at Heritage Hills tonight at 6.

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  • Pump Pros wins 10-12 tourney

    TELL CITY—Peyton Litherland drove in three runs as Pump Pros defeated R&A Sports 17-9 to win Tell City’s age-10-12 girls softball playoff tourney Tuesday.

  • Lain’s 7 RBIs lift Legacy Financial to 13-16 title

    TELL CITY—Autumn Lain drove in seven runs as Legacy Financial beat Cash Waggner & Associates 20-12 to win Tell City’s age-13-16 girls softball playoff tourney Tuesday.

  • Younger pageant added to Schweizer Fest line up

    TELL CITY – A pageant for 2- to 8-year-old kids will be added to this year’s Schweizer Fest schedule. This pageant will be held July 5 in the Evangelical United Church of Christ. This pageant is open tot boys and girls from Perry and Spencer counties and from Hancock County, Ky.
    Applications can be picked up at Cinderella’s , 922 Main St. Tell City. Age groups will be decided once all applications are turned in. Deadline for applications for both pageants is July 2 by 4 p.m., no exceptions.

  • Bristow High School Class of 1962

    The last graduating class of Bristow High School, the class of 1962, met June 9 at the Patio Steakhouse for their 50th year reunion.

    All remaining graduates were present. Pictured in the front from the left are Joyce (Gehlhausen) Stallman, Ina (Kessner) Van Hoosier, Ann (Schaefer) Hoffman, Ann (VanWinkle) Sabol and Bonnie (VanWinkle) Myers. In the second row are JoElla (Lasher) Evrard, Ruth Denning, Paul Holman, Martin Holman Jr., Linus Kluesner, Edwin Denu and John Bender. Three classmates are deceased, Albert Genet, Hilbert Denu and Mary Ann (Ubelhor) May.

  • Oakwood residents participate in River City Senior Games

    Residents recently competed in the River City Senior Games sponsored by the Southwestern Indiana Council On Aging at Oakwood Health Campus.

    Games included ball toss, ring toss, washer toss, bean-bag toss and fishing game. Gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded to the top scores in each category. Pictured is resident Clara White in the fishing competition with a SWIRCA volunteer cheering her on.

  • St. Boniface First Communion

    St. Boniface Catholic Church in Fulda held its first communion April 28.

    In the front from the left are Macey Bolin, Emma Haefling, Madelynne Elmer and Caitlynn Schipp. In the middle row are Dylan Haug, Luke Rickelman, Brody Ficker, Kort Schaefer and Jeffrey Haug. Standing in the back are catechist Julia Lutz, the Rev. Anthony Vinson OSB and Karen Mangum, catechist.

  • Former USI assistant new Tell City coach

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Brent Owen, a former player and assistant coach for the University of Southern Indiana, was named Tell City’s boys basketball coach Tuesday.

  • Church News, June 28

    Bethel Christian VBS dates
    DOOLITTLE MILLS – The Bethel Christian Church in Doolittle Mills will have vacation Bible school from 6 to 8 p.m. July 16 through July 20.
    The theme is “Adventures On Promise Island.” Children of all ages including teens are welcome to attend during the week.