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Today's News

  • Vikings stop Tell City

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    BRETZVILLE—Tell City had only one hit in a 10-1 first-round Class 2A girls softball sectional loss to North Posey Tuesday.
    “We’ve struggled hitting for a while,” said Tell City Coach John Hayes. “Hana (Reed) obviously hit .458, so she’s going to put the ball in play. But we couldn’t put anything together.”
    The game started well for the Marksmen, as they scored the game’s first run in the bottom of the first inning.
    Reed reached base on an error by the third baseman and advanced to third on Julie Lindauer’s double over the center fielder’s head.

  • Reunions, May 24

    Cook-York
    LEOPOLD – The Cook-York family reunion will be held June 10 at St. Augustine’s parish hall in Leopold.
    Dinner will be held at noon and each family is asked to take a covered dish. There will be an auction, so take treasured items for the event. Dinnerware will be furnished.
    Family and friends are invited to attend.

  • Fun in the mud!

    Tell City Junior-Senior High School seventh and eighth graders held a mud run May 18, as part of the Student Wellness Awareness Group, sponsored by a grant from Welborn Baptist Foundation.

  • River Sweep set for June 16 along Ohio

    PERRY COUNTY – It’s time for the annual cleaning of the Ohio River and your help is needed. Volunteers are needed for River Sweep 2012 scheduled for June 16, along the shoreline of the Ohio River and its many tributaries.
    River Sweep is a riverbank cleanup that extends the entire length of the Ohio River and beyond. More than 3,000 miles of shoreline will be combed for trash and debris. This is the largest environmental event of its kind and encompasses six states.

  • Cannelton students honor volunteers

  • Stepping Stones speckled frogs

    Stepping Stones Preschool held its graduation May 7. Eight speckled frogs were a part of the festivities. They are, from left, AJ Daum, Molly Goffinet, Gracie Brown, Teyah Mullis, Addison Sommer, Phoebe Angerer, Naomie Schultz and Hunter Kellems. Kellems was also rewarded during the event for reading the most books during the school year.
     

  • Lincoln Boyhood announces 50th anniversary events

    LINCOLN CITY – This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. In honor of this historic event, the National Park Service has a full calendar of celebratory events.

  • Doolittle Mills cemetery fund released

    DOOLITTLE MILLS — The 2011 Doo-little Mills Cemetery fund report has been released.
    People contributing to the cemetery fund during 2011 were:
    Steve and Barb Wright, $20; Shirley Mitchell $50; Frances Wells, $75; Edythe Hassett, $10; Norma Lee Thompson, $200; Francis Belcher, $25; Marjorie Underhill, $50; Edna DuPont, $50; Kathy Huff, $20; Eva Underhill (CD), $12; Lucille Goldman, $60; Roger Ball, $100; Nova Sturgeon, $100.

  • St. Pius celebrates first communions
  • PCMH to host CPR class Wednesday

    TELL CITY – Perry County Memorial Hospital will offer a Heartsaver CPR with AED class from noon to 3 p.m. Wednesday.
    The American Heart Association class teaches the adult, child and pediatric CPR and choking rescue skills and also the use of an AED. This class is recommended for teachers, student teachers, security guards, day care employees and others who have a duty to respond because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements. There will be a skills test, no written exam.