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Today's News

  • FOP Associates meeting Thursday

    TELL CITY – Current members of the Perry County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 137 Auxiliary, along with those interesting in joining the group, will gather at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Tell City Moose Lodge. For more information, call 547-7068.

  • Colors of Hope 5-K run-walk May 25

    TELL CITY – A Colors of Hope 5-kilometer run-walk will be held May 25 and will be sponsored by New Directions Health and Fitness Club. The race will begin and end at New Directions. 

  • Library adds BIRF funds to savings; children’s programs to fill summer

    By TRISTA LUTGRING

  • Property-tax bills due May 10

    TELL CITY – Perry Countians are reminded that spring installments of property taxes are due May 10.

  • Go-cart racing Saturday at Branchville

    BRANCHVILLE – Branchville Conservation Club will host go-cart racing Saturday beginning at 5 p.m. at the arena. Contact Jerry Guillaume at 843-5885 or Mike Hess at 843-4878 for more information. The public is welcome. Participants wanting to race should bring their own go-carts. 

  • Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service

    TELL CITY -- The text of Mayor Barbara Ewing’s proclamation for Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service. 

  • Tell City 2nd in frosh-soph meet

    DUBOIS—Elliott Brown ran his first race of the season and won it to help Tell City place second in Northeast Dubois’ six-team freshman-sophomore boys track invitational Tuesday.
    Brown, sidelined with mononucleosis since the start of the season, won the 100-meter dash in 11.29 seconds.
    He also won the 200 in 23.99 and teamed with David Meyer, Kevin Yeung and Nick Buchta to place second in the 400 relay in 49.17.

  • Perry Central places 2nd in seven-team tourney

    ENGLISH—Trevor Carter shot an 8-over-par 36 to lead Perry Central to second place in the seven-team Early Bird boys golf tourney at Lucas Oil course Saturday.
    Paoli won with 183 strokes, six fewer than the Commodores.
    Tell City’s Mason Waninger finished second in the nine-hole tourney with a 42, just two strokes behind medalist Logan Andis of Paoli.
    But Tell City did not have a team score, as only three Marksmen competed. Two are sidelined with medical issues and one had a baseball game.
    Carter placed third in the 38-man field.

  • Forest Park defeats Perry Central

    FERDINAND—Ericka Lange pitched a four-hitter as Forest Park defeated Perry Central 4-1 in girls softball Monday.
    Lange struck out four and walked one. Three of her strikeouts came on called third strikes.
    “We just watched too many strikes go by,” said Perry Central Coach Mark Rothgerber. “She wasn’t an overpowering pitcher, but we didn’t hit the ball hard at all.”
    Morgan Richardson hit a double for Perry Central’s only extra-base hit.

  • Tell City defeats Cannelton

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City scored 16 runs on just six hits to beat Cannelton 16-1 in girls softball Tuesday.
    Tell City did have three hits in a five-run first inning, with Stori Beard’s two-run triple to right field being the biggest blow.
    Madison Schuetter and Sydney Goffinet also had hits that inning. The Marksmen also took advantage of four walks, a wild pitch, and an error that inning.