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Today's News

  • Hair Razors wins first two

    TELL CITY—Hair Razors, last season’s regular-season and playoff champion in Tell City’s age-13-16 girls softball league, has several new faces this year but is again leading the league.

    With five teams in the league, one plays a doubleheader every night. Hair Razors had that honor on Tuesday’s opening night and won both, beating Goffinet Homes 15-0 and Legacy Financial Group 12-11.

    Halee Lamb hit a triple and scored three runs in the win over Goffinet Homes.

  • Commodores 5th in PLAC

    FRENCH LICK — Brad Douglas and Andrew Huber each shot 86 to lead Perry Central to fifth place in the seven-team PLAC boys golf tourney Monday.

    Mitchell won with 350 strokes, two ahead of runner-up Springs Valley.

    Crawford County and Perry Central each shot 365 on the tough Donald Ross course, but Crawford County earned fourth place based on the fifth-man tiebreaker. So the Commodores had to settle for fifth, matching their best finish ever.

    Douglas and Huber each made the all-conference team.

  • Braves oust Bulldogs in first-round game

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    CANNELTON—Tecumseh scored nine runs in the first two innings and cruised past Cannelton 11-1 in the first round of the Class A baseball sectional Monday.

    Cannelton scored its only run in the fourth inning. Drake Duke led off with a single to left field and Larry Holman reached base on an error by the third baseman.

    Both runners moved up a base on Bryce Garrett’s ground out to the first baseman. With two outs Duke scored on Marvin Walls’ infield hit.

  • Reed makes All-PAC

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY — Though Tell City did not win a PAC girls softball game this season, senior shortstop Hana Reed’s individual efforts have been rewarded with a spot on the all-conference team.

    The team was selected by conference coaches May 20 but not released until this week because some coaches asked that it not be released until after their sectionals were over.

  • Community Events

    Evanston kickball tourney June 2

    EVANSTON – The Evanston Civic Association kickball tourney will kick off at 9 a.m. June 2. Teams of eight to 10 people of all ages are welcome.

    Cost is $150 per team and teams along with names must be submitted by today. A free T-shirt will be given to everyone who plays.

    Concessions will be available and all proceeds will go to support the civic association.

  • Hank Mitchell Clark

    Levi and Andrea Clark of Birdseye announce the birth of their son, Hank Mitchell Clark, Wednesday, April 18, 2012, at Indiana University Health North in Carmel.

    The infant weighed 10 pounds, 5 ounces and was 22 inches long.

    Mrs. Clark is the former Andrea Mitchell.

    Grandparents are Chris and Paula Mitchell of Tell City and Pat and Sheila Clark of Birdseye. Great-grandparents are Marion and Eva Mitchell of Birdseye, Ralph and Virginia Harvey of Leavenworth and Leo and Dorothy Dwyer of Elgin, Neb.

  • Myles Jeffery Litherland

    Jeff and Tammy Litherland of Troy announce the birth of their son, Myles Jeffery Litherland, Friday, May 18, 2012, at Memorial Hospital in Jasper.

    The infant weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces and was 21 inches long.

    Mrs. Litherland is the former Tammy Deom. Myles has two older siblings, Mayci, 5, and Layni, 3.

    Grandparents are Larry and Susan Litherland of Tell City, Brent and Toni Woods of Tell City, Diane Deom of Troy and the late Denny Deom.

  • Taylor-Waninger

    Christina Renee Taylor and Samuel Lee Waninger announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

    The future bride is the daughter of Wayne and Melissa Taylor of Corbin, Ky. She is a 2007 graduate of Corbin High School and earned a bachelor’s degree this year in business administration from Kentucky Wesleyan College with a minor in economics.

    Mr. Waninger is the son of David and Mary Waninger of Rockport.

  • The Class of 2012
  • Service project

    William Tell Elementary sixth-graders joined hands to clean Joe Schaeffer Park last week as part of a community service project related to their participation in a Gang Resistance Education program they took part in over the past several months. Other classes created their own service projects, including promoting classmates on how to treat others with respect and making good decisions.