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Today's News

  • Tell City spring schedules

    Varsity Baseball (Boys)
    March
    26    Princeton    T    5:30
    April
    02    Heritage Hills    T    4:30
    03    Tecumseh    H    5:00
    04    South Central    T    5:30
    06    South Spencer    T    1:00
    09    Evansville North    H    5:00

  • Stephens places 3rd in state

    INDIANAPOLIS—Mason Stephens of the Tell City Wrestling Club placed third in his weight class at the Indiana State Wrestling Association folkstyle state tourney Sunday.

    Stephens went 5-1 with three pins in the schoolboy 136-pound division.
    Joe Craig did not place but went 2-2 with one pin in schoolboy 112.

  • MMA, kick boxing draw big crowd in Cannelton

    CANNELTON—A near capacity crowd estimated at 1,000 turned out to watch a full card of Indiana Fighting Championship kick boxing and mixed martial arts Saturday.

  • Goffinet finishes college career with her best game

    Kentucky Wesleyan College’s women’s basketball team made it to the NCAA Division II national tourney this year but lost 79-67 in the first round to Michigan Tech Friday.

  • CURRENT POLL QUESTION: Does North Korea pose a significant threat to the U.S.?

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  • COLUMN: Remembering our debt to the American farmer

    By JULIA WICKARD
    Guest Columnist

    I have the tremendous opportunity to work with some of the greatest employees in the federal government and we have the pleasure to serve and work for the American farmer.
    On behalf of Indiana Farm Service Agency employees, we all are proud to be partners with the men and women who farm in the great state of Indiana. Agriculture is an honorable profession and we are privileged to do our part to help.

    We salute you – the American Farmer – on Ag Day, Tuesday.

  • COLUMN: Ready to hit the bowling lanes? Big Brothers-Big Sisters needs you

    By SAM RAMSEY
    Guest Columnist

    Big Brothers-Big Sisters is growing in our community. We’re reaching more children and community awareness is growing, but we need our community’s help in order to serve even more children and families in our county.

    We need you. Our children need you.
Our annual, and currently only, fundraiser to support these one-on-one mentoring programs is taking place right now. There are many ways you can help as an individual and numerous ways our community’s businesses can help make a difference, too.

  • COLUMN: Three cheers for Francis

    By VINCE LUECKE
    Editor

    Of all the images from last week’s papal conclave, the one likely to stay with me the longest is a seagull perched atop the chimney above the Sistine Chapel.

  • EDITORIAL: Hold president’s pay? Buschon makes valid point

    Budgets are important, especially now during a time when the American economy is slowly attempting to pick itself up. Families, business owners and individuals know how important it is to spend their money wisely. We would hope our elected government officials would share the same mentality, as it is a basic principle in handling money.

  • Belcher benefit set for April 6

    CRAWFORD COUNTY – A benefit will be held for Neal and Cindy Belcher, the parents and caretakers of injured Crawford County Sheriff’s Deputy Jessee Belcher, April 6.

    The fundraiser will begin at 1 p.m. and continue through 5 p.m. at Patoka Elementary School.

    A silent auction will be held until 4:30 p.m. and half-chicken and quarter-chicken dinners will be available for $10 and $7, respectively. Both will include creekbank potatoes, choice of green beans or slaw, tea or lemonade and dessert.