Today's News

  • Firms win bids for old TC Chair building work

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Jerry Aigner Construction of Boonville will perform demolition and earthwork at the former Tell City Chair Co. building for $293,500 after the Perry County Redevelopment Commission accepted bids Thursday for a variety of work.

  • Legion Auxiliary installs officers

    American Legion Auxiliary Unit 213 installed officers for 2011-12 recently. In front from the left are Chaplain Wilhelmina Dye, Treasurer Pat Thomas, President Brenda Powers and Recording Secretary Shelly Howland. In the back are Second Vice President Dorothy Kessner, Historian Barbara Devillez, Parliamentarian Louise Foster and First Vice President Carlotte Lindauer.

  • Kast named to ISU dean’s list

    TELL CITY – Jeffrey Andrew “Andy” Kast of Tell City has been named to the dean’s list in the Indiana State University’s College of Science for outstanding scholarship during the spring 2011 semester.

    He was also inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, an academic honor society in which membership is by invitation only and is restricted to students ranked scholastically in the top of their class, regardless of field of study.

  • Mosby – Strange

    Robert and Karen Mosby of Evanston, Kathy Hawk of Seymour and Tim Strange of Paoli announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their children, Kaitlin Elizabeth Mosby of Evanston and Adam Strange of Seymour.

    The bride-elect is a 2006 graduate of Heritage Hills High School and a 2011 graduate of University of Southern Indiana with a bachelor’s degree in sociology.
    Mr. Strange is a 2004 graduate of Orleans High School and attended the University of Southern Indiana. He works at the Wal-Mart distribution center in Seymour.

  • School board lays off 5 noncertified employees

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    CANNELTON – The names of five noncertified employees of the Cannelton City Schools Corp. who will not return to work today were read at a special school-board meeting Thursday.

  • Graham – Jones

    Jennifer Graham and Justin Jones of Indianapolis announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

    The bride-elect is the daughter of John and Tammy Graham of Grandview and Mike and Regina Denu of Siberia.
    She is a graduate of Evansville North High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Southern Indiana.
    She works as a toxicology technician for Advanced Testing Laboratories at Eli Lilly and Co.

  • Aiming for a ringer

    Herman Etienne concentrates on the peg as he releases a horseshoe in the Schweizer Fest doubles tourney Friday.

    Etienne and Calvin Cash beat Grant LaMar and Wes Richard 2-1 in a best-of-three first-round match in the 17-team tourney.

    A six-person team tourney was also held Saturday.

  • Tell City girls golf team lacks depth

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—The good news for Tell City’s girls golf team is it returns three starters from last year.
    The bad news is there is only one other player on the team, a senior who just started playing golf 1 1/2 weeks ago. And the Marksmen graduated their top player from last year’s 3-22 team.
    Returnees for the Marksmen are seniors Jessica Ballman and Amber Fentress and sophomore Jenny Hess.

  • Kashyab leads Tell City

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—With only one senior and one junior, Tell City’s boys tennis is young. But the Marksmen do have some experience.
    Junior Anjan Kashyab has played No. 1 singles the last two years and made All-PAC both years. He finished with a 10-4 record last year, including 6-2 in conference matches.
    He has also played USTA tourneys frequently in the summers, even winning two tourneys in Oklahoma this year.

  • Tell City team looking to score more goals this year

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s boys soccer team enters its second varsity season still looking for its first win.
    The Marksmen scored only six goals in 11 games last year as they went 0-10-1. And Taylor LaGrange, who scored five of the six and made All-PAC last year, has graduated.
    However new coach Don Foerster thinks “we have the potential to be a good team. We have a lot of desire. What we need to do is work on the skills to make them better players.”