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Today's News

  • St. Patrick’s Day fundraiser planned at Chicago’s Pizza

    TELL CITY – Chicago’s Pizza continues to partner with the Perry County Junior Women and the United Way of Perry County to help support the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
    Members of the public can show their support at Chicago’s Pizza March 17, St. Patrick’s Day.
    Chicago’s Pizza will donate a portion of all sales, all that day to help support the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
    Delivery will be available for large orders that day by contacting Chicago’s Pizza at 547-4060.
     

  • Perry County artisans to offer their creations at April 16-17 event

    INDIANAPOLIS – Show-casing the creations of Indiana’s best artists and artisans, the Indiana Artisan Marketplace will debut at the Expo Hall at the Indiana State Fairgrounds April 16-17.
    Approximately 100 artisans from Indiana and an additional 70 from Kentucky will showcase art and food selected as being among the best in Indiana and Kentucky by food and art jury panels created by Indiana Artisan and Kentucky Crafted.

  • Drama club presenting ‘A Delightful Quarantine’

    TELL CITY – The Tell City High School Drama Club will present “A Delightful Quarantine” Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the high-school auditorium.
    The curtain will rise at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday.
    Tickets are $4 each for all three showings. The public is invited.
     

  • CVB’S Minto attends travel showcase

    DETROIT – Bev Minto, director of tourism for Perry County, has returned home from Detroit, Mich., where she attended Heartland Travel Showcase. The event gives tour operators and motor coach owners the opportunity to network together with Midwest business and tourism professionals all trying to attract tours to the local area.

  • Tell City Landmark Changes Hands

    Auctioneers announced Brad Newton as the high bidder for the Frostop. The landmark Tell City eatery has been closed in recent years and Kurtz Auction Co. was hired by the property’s Kentucky owner to sell it. The winning bid was $22,500 in the March 2 auction.

  • City Hall News

    Tell City cleanup dates set
    TELL CITY – Spring is around the corner and that means plans are taking shape for Tell City’s annual cleanup. The city’s board of public works and safety discussed setting this year’s cleanup for June 6.

  • Tell City hopes for planning grant

    TELL CITY – A representative from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs was due in Tell City Wednesday to assess the city’s application for a grant to update its comprehensive plan. The document would replace one completed in the mid-1990s.
    “A lot has changed in Tell City since then, our downtown, our employers and our demographics,” Mayor Barbara Ewing said. An up-to-date comprehensive plan is required for some grant applications and Ewing said the document would help the city seek funds for various projects.
     

  • Lugar Meets with Municipal Power Association

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – On March 1, U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar met with Indiana mayors, council members and other Hoosiers on their visit to Washington, D.C. with the Indiana Municipal Power Association.

    Tell City Mayor Barbara Ewing and Marlow Smethurst, superintendent of the Tell City Electric Department, were among the attendees.

  • Yackle seeks new term on TC Council

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    TELL CITY – Gerald Yackle says city leaders will be forced to watch spending and protect taxpayers in years ahead as cities and towns cope with reduced state funding.
    Yackle, a Democrat, is seeking re-election to his Ward 3 seat on the Tell City Common Council.
    “I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished with grants, the city pool, our wastewater-treatment plant and fire department,” he said.
    Firefighters recently obtained a new ladder truck to bolster protection in the city and county.

  • Yaggi seeks Cannelton Council seat

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    CANNELTON – James Emory Yaggi, 9 Pleasant Valley Dr., is attempting to return to the Cannelton Common Council on which he previously served.
    Now a member of the city’s board of public works and safety, Yaggi previously served several terms as councilman. He has lived his entire life in Cannelton except for a 22-month stint in the Army that included 13 months in Korea. The combat engineer attained the rank of sergeant first class.