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Today's News

  • EDITORIAL: Nation should take honorable course in military actions

    The Obama Administration’s arguments against getting Congress’ approval to continue military actions in Libya have the stink of dishonesty.

    Honor and honesty share a common root. If we are not honest, we have no honor. No honesty exists in our nation showering Libya with bombs, then claiming it’s not war and therefore Congress needn’t be bothered to consider whether the killing and destruction should continue.

  • Gibson interning at Farm Credit Services

    HUNTINGBURG – How do you get a job without experience? And how do you get experience without a job? Sixteen interns who are working for Farm Credit Services of Mid-America this summer are solving this problem by taking advantage of the opportunity to work and learn in a real work environment with mentors and professionals who work in their respective fields of study.

    The opportunity is a major step in preparing college students to enter the world of life after college.

  • Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program sign-ups extended

    PERRY COUNTY – The United Way of Perry County has set three additional registration days to sign up for the Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program. Registration is available June 29, 30 and July 1 at the United Way office, located at 1012 31st St. in Tell City. Times are 8 a.m. to noon each day. Contact Rebecca Fenn at 547-2577 to set an appointment on one of these three days.

  • Batter up

    On the evening of June 9, residents and staff from Oakwood Health Campus made their way to the historic League Stadium in Huntingburg. (Click photo to enlarge.)

  • Band boosters to meet today

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Band Boosters will hold their organizational meeting at 7 p.m. today at the William Tell Elementary School cafe.

    This is a mandatory meeting for all Tell City Junior-Senior High School band members and their parents.

    Band Director Natasha Edmondson will introduce the show for the upcoming marching season.

  • 18-year-old jailed on cocaine charge

    TELL CITY – Formal charges could be filed this week against an 18-year-old Tell City man arrested early Thursday on several charges, including dealing in cocaine.

    Taylor D. Maddle, of 1002 34th St., Tell City was lodged in the Perry County Jail on preliminary charges of dealing in cocaine, possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Police said Maddle was the driver of a car stopped in the 500 block of 15th Street. Officers Phillip Flamion and Jason Shadwick were assisted by Sheriff’s Deputy Junior Fuchs.

  • Schweizer Fest announces cast list for Aug. 4-7 musical ‘The King and I’

    TELL CITY – The cast list for the 22nd Schweizer Fest Musical, “The King and I,” has been announced. Cast members will sell tickets starting June 22. Tickets are $10 for Adults and $5 for Children ages 12 and younger.

    Performances will be Aug 4-7. Shows Thursday through Saturday, Aug. 4-6 will be at 7 p.m. and there will be a 2 p.m. matinee Sunday, Aug. 7. All shows will be performed at the Tell City High School Auditorium.

    Cast List

  • SIRS, Moose ready plans for walk ‘n’ roll

    TELL CITY – Southern Indiana Resource Solutions and Tell City Moose Lodge 1424 are teaming up for the first Summer Fest Walk, Run and Roll for Independence July 2.

    Individuals of all abilities are invited to join in the event, which consists of a 5-K run for avid runners and walkers, a 1-mile run-walk for beginners, a healthy 1-mile walk for kids, families and those who don’t run, and a 1-mile roll on a fully accessible route, perfect for families, wheelchairs, walkers and adaptive bikes.

  • State requirement raises school lunch prices

    By STUART CASSIDY, Staff Writer

    CANNELTON – For the first time in seven years, meal prices at Cannelton schools are increasing. The school board voted Thursday to raise student breakfasts and lunches to $1.50 and $2, respectively, for the 2011-12 school year. That is 50 cents more than the previous year.

  • Port, rail traffic improve during May

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – May was “a pretty busy month,” Pete Jespersen reported at the June meeting of the Perry County Port Authority Board of Directors.