Today's News

  • Search continues for missing man

    CRAWFORD COUNTY – Indiana conservation officers are continuing a search for Kevin Eve, who has been missing since the afternoon of Oct. 1.

    The search had been scaled back, a Department of Natural Resources press release said Friday, but was scheduled to continue over the weekend.

  • Council approves Tell City salaries for 2012

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Common Council has approved wages and salaries for city employees, giving a 25 cent-per-hour increase to full-time employees.

    The council approved across-the-board increases of 25 cents per hour in September of 2010 but that was the first increase of the year. The city has been careful in giving raises in the past two years because of uncertainties in funding.

    For an employee working 40 hours a week, the quarter increase will be worth $520 per year.

  • Mix-up puts brakes on city police car

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    TELL CITY – A second new police car that should have been placed in service last month was instead sent back to a dealership after it didn’t fit specifications.

    The Chevrolet Caprice had been on order for several months and was supposed to come with an open center console to house police radios. However, when it arrived, the console was in the wrong location.

  • International Walk to School Day

    William Tell Elementary Students, accompanied by Tell City Mayor Barbara Ewing, teachers and other staff and parents gathered at the Tell City-Perry County Public Library Wednesday for a delightful early-autumn walk to school. (Click photo to enlarge and right arrow to see another.)

  • Commissioners oversee land-dispute resolution

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Perry County commissioners handed a land dispute taken to them Oct. 3 back to the men who presented it to them.

  • County recognized for emergency preparations

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Perry County’s designation as a storm-ready county doesn’t mean it’s storm-proof, Joe Sullivan noted during a ceremony marking the designation. It means the county’s emergency-management agency is prepared and can issue warnings and emergency information in plenty of time for people to take shelter.

  • Republican picnic set for Oct. 16

    TROY – The Perry and Spencer Republican annual picnic will be held Oct. 16 at Mulzer’s camp near Troy. Gates open at noon with a meal served at 1 p.m.
    Admission is $15 for adults, $7.50 students and children 6 and under will be admitted for free. Tickets are available by calling your precinct committeeman or Jeff Lindsey at 649-4571. The featured guest is State Auditor Tim Berry. Everyone is welcome to attend.

  • Reunions, Oct. 6

    CHS 1966
    CANNELTON – The Cannelton High School Class of 1966 will hold its 45th class reunion at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Bill & Dave’s Smokin Pit in Tell City.
    Those planning to attend are asked to call Jane (Bennett) Snyder at 547-7832 or send e-mail to janelou66@hotmail.com.

  • Teams hit the streets Sunday, raise more than $12,000 for babies

    With money still coming in, Sunday’s March of Dimes March for Babies raised more than $12,000 toward this year’s goal of nearly $15,000.

  • TC Royalty

    Seniors Chelsea Boyer and Brad Leibring were crowned homecoming queen and king Sept. 30 during ceremonies held before the Tell City High School football game against North Posey.