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Today's News

  • United Way-FamilyWize savings top $331,000

    TELL CITY – Thousands of prescriptions go unfilled simply because they are too expensive. But free FamilyWize prescription discount cards, provided by United Way of Perry County and United Way of Crawford County address this problem. Last year, this partnership saved residents in Perry and Crawford counties $331,800.76  by cutting the cost of medicines by an average of 35 percent.

  • Corrections

    Calvin Cash, who was nominated as the county council’s representative to a county animal welfare, control and education board now being formed, was incorrectly identified by County Councilman Alan Cassidy in a Feb. 23 meeting. As the News reported Monday, the council tabled the nomination.

  • Troy VFD accepting applications

    TROY – The Troy Volunteer Fire Department is accepting applications for firefighters. Applications can be picked up at Troy Utility Office or from any Troy firefighter.

  • Farm Bureau members to meet Tuesday at Leopold for dinner

    LEOPOLD – Perry County Farm Bureau will hold its annual meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Leopold Conservation Club.

    A pork-chop dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Bryan Whistler will be the main speaker for the evening. He will discuss his recent visit to India and will speak about what he learned about agriculture in that nation. A short business meeting will follow, with the election of delegates.

    Tickets are $4 each. To make reservations, call 547-7044 or stop by the Farm Bureau office in Tell City.

  • Salvation Army accepts cash donations for tornado relief

    PERRY COUNTY – “The emergency response for tornado disaster relief has been tremendous,” according to Rhonda Money, southern Indiana liaison for the Salvation Army. “People have been very generous with supplies and needs, so at this time The Salvation Army is only accepting monetary donations.”

  • Input session for Tell City plan set for Friday

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    TELL CITY – The public is invited to offer input on a variety of issues Friday during the first of two public sessions that will help craft Tell City’s new comprehensive plan.

  • Coming school year’s calendar in place at PC

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    LEOPOLD – Members of the Perry Central School Board have granted a retirement request of a longtime elementary school instructor and approved a 2012-13 school year calendar.

  • Council denies trash request

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    CANNELTON – Cannelton Common Council members denied at a regular meeting Feb. 22 a request from city resident Karen Stonewall to have a trailer park she owns removed from the city’s trash-collection route.

    The park has six permanent and three camper trailers, Mayor Mary Snyder said. The park’s single water meter is the basis for the city’s trash-collection fee. Stonewall uses a contracted trash service, the mayor added.

  • High schools, Ivy Tech prepare local students for next steps

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Lynn Blinzinger, superintendent of the Tell City-Troy Township School Corp., touched on partnerships when he spoke as part of an educators panel Feb. 16.

    As the News reported March 1, the panel addressed community leaders gathered for the Perry County Development Corp. annual dinner meeting at the Hoosier Heights Country Club.

  • Jockeying for a takedown

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