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Today's News

  • Relay Rally Saturday

    PERRY COUNTY – D.A.T. Crew’s will host a Relay Rally with Damaged Goods from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday at the Lain residence, 3916 Sheba Road, Cannelton.
    Admission will be $5 per person, with all proceeds going to Perry County Relay for Life.

  • ThyssenKrupp, German American, TC Electric contribute to apple

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  • Head Start students learn about horses

    The students of South Perry Head Start took a field trip to the Nancy Ress Horse Farm in March to learn more about farms. Children learned about the different items used to take care of horses and how they are used on the animals. They were also shown equipment used for horse riding. Pictured above are Savannah Cronin, Josh Temple and Alexander Sanderfur with Nancy Ress brushing one of her horses. For more information on South Perry Head Start, call Yvonna Holmes at 547-8463.

  • Spencer County Relay for Life events

    SPENCER COUNTY – Several Relay for Life teams in Spencer County are planning upcoming fundraisers.
    Team H-A-P-P-Y will have a Family Road Rally at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Boniface Parish Center in Fulda. Entrants will visit several areas of interest in the area. There will be a spaghetti supper after at the Parish Center in Fulda. A donation of $15 is asked for anyone 13 years and older attending both the rally and supper. Children 12 and under is can be admitted for $5. Cost of the meal only is $8.

  • Local church celebrates 45 years

    Senior Pastor Nellie Hempfling and Pastor Dea Goad, along with members of the Cannelton Gospel Tabernacle Church, celebrated the church’s 45th anniversary at the current church location and 54 years as a church assembly Easter Sunday.

  • Church News, April 19

    Little Pigeon Baptist to host gospel sing
    LAMAR – Little Pigeon Baptist Church, located two-tenths of a mile east of Highway 231 on 1250 N., will hold a gospel sing Saturday.
    Refreshments will be served at 6 p.m. and singing will begin at 7.
    Guest singers will be Deborah Seaton, Ben Moorelock and Gayla Leibring.
    All are welcome to attend.

  • Hundreds of Santa’s helpers coming to Spencer County

    SANTA CLAUS – Santa is coming from the north, coming from the south and coming from the east and the west. But how can this be? Everyone knows that the real spirit of Santa Claus resides in America’s Christmas hometown of Santa Claus, Indiana and that is where upwards of 700 Santa helpers will head later this week, Thursday through Saturday, for the second annual Jim Yellig Santa Claus Workshop.

    The event is the largest gathering of its kind in North America.

  • Cirque du Soleil brings Quidam to Evansville April 26 through April 29

    EVANSVILLE – Cirque du Soleil will present “Quidam” for six performances from April 26 – 29 at the Ford Center in Evansville.
    Quidam, pronounced “key-dahm,” features several acrobatic acts such as aerial contortion in silk, skipping ropes, handbalancing, Duplex Trapeze, German Wheel, Spanish Web and more.
    Six musicians playing a wide variety of instruments such as the violin, cello, percussions, saxophone, electric and classical guitars and keyboard will perform original music.

  • Kayaking for beginners at Patoka

    BIRDSEYE – Have you ever wished you knew how to kayak or wanted to try it out before buying your own equipment? Join a Patoka Lake Interpretive Naturalist at the beach for a beginners kayaking lesson at 2 p.m. ET April 28. During this short lesson, participants will get to try their hands at a few different kayaks and paddles. Participants will learn what gear is needed and the best places to paddle on Patoka. All equipment including life jackets will be provided.

  • Chorus earns gold rating

    TELL CITY – The Tell City High School Chorus earned a gold rating at the Indiana State School Music Association’s organizational contest at Castle High School in Newburgh Saturday.

    Under the direction of Randy Roccia, the chorus performed “Peaceful River,” “Echoes of Kindness” and “Funiculi, Funicula!”

    “I am extremely proud of our progress and effort,” Roccia said. “The kids stepped up and executed a solid performance and all three judges reflected that in their scores.”