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Today's News

  • EDITORIAL: Let’s make downtown hotel a reality

    If a new hotel along Tell City’s Seventh Street is feasible economically, let’s not waste time. Let’s make it happen.

    That was the message Tony Pappano delivered to the Perry County Convention and Visitors Bureau a few weeks ago. Pappano is a grant administrator and community visionary who for years has helped our area leverage grant funds. He was instrumental in Tell City being awarded and successfully administering more than $2 million in Neighborhood Stabilization Fund grants over the past few years.

  • Orchestra visit
  • William Tell Elementary late kindergarten round-up

    TELL CITY – A late kindergarten enrollment for the Tell City-Troy Township School Corp. will be held from 9 until 11 a.m. April 15 for all children entering school for the first time. Parents and children should enter through the main doors of the school.

    To enter kindergarten for the 2013-14 school year, a child must be at least 5 years old on or before Aug. 1. A child does not have to enroll in kindergarten at 5 years of age. If parents believe the child is not ready, the child may enter kindergarten at 6 years old.

  • Chamber legislative breakfast April 20

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Chamber of Commerce will host a legislative breakfast beginning at 9 a.m. April 20.

    The breakfast will be held at the chamber office, located at 601 Main St., Suite A in Tell City.

    State Sen. Richard Young and State Rep. Lloyd Arnold have committed to attend. Legislators will give a summary of the session thus far, thoughts on the continuing session and will open the floor to questions.

    The public is invited to attend this event. AT&T is a sponsor of the legislative breakfast.

  • New rules protect rock shelter at Hemlock Cliffs

    TELL CITY – New regulations have been put in place to protect the large rock shelter at Hemlock Cliffs. This special feature has long been a favorite destination for visitors to the Hoosier National Forest.

    Climbing or rappelling in the area of the rock shelter was prohibited earlier and that continues. A new closure order prohibits fires and camping within the rock shelter.

  • Truck fire
  • Power of Youth grants applications available

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County Power of Youth Council is still accepting grant applications and would like to invite those in Perry County working with youth or wellness programs to apply. Up to $5,000 will be awarded for programs that involve Perry County youth or a focus on wellness that benefits Perry County.

  • Tax-credit seminar today

    PERRY COUNTY -- There are hundreds of millions of dollars in government tax credits and incentives available to businesses and business owners. Is your business is receiving all the tax credits you are due? The Perry County Chamber of Commerce wants to help you make sure.

  • Volunteers sought for Main St. cleanup

    TELL CITY – With warmer weather surely just around the corner, the Tell City Development and Action Committee is inviting volunteers to take part in a Tuesday-afternoon cleanup of several blocks of Main Street.

    Volunteers are asked to gather at 3 p.m. near the City Hall Park gazebo. From there they will disperse to various work locations from Tell to Blum streets.

    Those taking part are asked to take brooms, dust pans, rakes, gloves and buckets with them. Main Street businesses are encouraged to join the effort.

  • CVB inviting artisans to display, sell items at depot

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Convention and Visitors Bureau is accepting requests from artisans wishing to sell their products in the new Tell City Depot Gift Shop.

    The visitors bureau is working with the Tell City Regional Arts Council, Indiana Artisans program and other handcrafted promotion organizations from around the nation to stock the shop.