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Today's News

  • PC boys 4th at Martinsville

    MARTINSVILLE—Eric Scheiber placed fourth in 16:32.36 to lead Perry Central to fourth place in the five-team Hoosier Spirit Early Bird boys cross country meet Saturday.

  • Memorial overpowers Tell City

    CORYDON—Megan Hedinger made 20 kills and five blocks as Perry Central edged Corydon 21-25, 25-27, 25-22, 25-14, 17-15 in volleyball Tuesday.

  • Hedinger, PC spike Corydon

    CORYDON—Megan Hedinger made 20 kills and five blocks as Perry Central edged Corydon 21-25, 25-27, 25-22, 25-14, 17-15 in volleyball Tuesday.

  • TC to face solid Pats

    LINCOLN CITY—The good news for Tell City’s football team is that Trent Gunn’s injury is not as bad as originally feared.

  • Southridge’s depth beats Tell City

    TELL CITY—All four Southridge scorers shot between 50 and 60 as the Raiders beat Tell City 218-265 in girls golf Monday.


    C.J. Fentress led Tell City with a 51, one stroke behind co-medalists Ali Bounds and Jessica Oser of Southridge.
    Fentress came on strong late, parring the last three holes.
    Jessica Ballman shot 58 to give Tell City a strong No. 2 player.
    Amber Fentress shot 68 and Jenny Hess 88 to complete Tell City’s scoring.
    Tell City, 0-2, will host Floyd Central Monday at 5:30 p.m.

  • Perry Central to face Rangers for first time

    LEOPOLD—Forest Park Coach Terry Wagner will face the only other football team he has coached when his Rangers visit Perry Central Friday at 7 p.m.
    Wagner served two stints as the Commodores’ coach, 1986-88 and 1992-99, and has the second most coaching victories in school history to current Commodore coach Mike Spencer.

  • Renewable energy needs boost

    By BRAD MORTON, Guest Columnist

    At a time when other states and countries are taking bold steps toward the use and manufacturing of renewable energy, Indiana seems to be back-pedaling into the Dark Ages. Instead of promoting renewable energy like other states, Indiana restricts renewable energy by not allowing most customer classes to "net-meter" their energy.

  • Shooting stars and coyotes

    I've never had the lucky knack of being able to catch Z's on the run. Sleeping on a plane is difficult for me and afternoon power naps that perk up some people leave me feeling drowsy.


    Well, I must have been tired Thursday of Schweizer Fest Week because I fell asleep on a concrete patio watching for meteors.

  • State library should keep local decisions in local hands

    When we were younger, most if not all of our parents told us to play nice and share. As we grew older, we would hear about striving to be good neighbors and community members.

  • Band coupons go on sale

    TELL CITY - Hundreds of dollars of savings at local businesses are available for $10 in coupon books Tell City band students are selling for the next four weeks.

    Several new coupons have been added this year to those buyers have enjoyed in previous years, according to Velma Mann chairwoman for the committee overseeing sales.

    The books are available from any band student or by calling Mann at 719-6337.