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Today's News

  • Community Events; May 4

    Twilight Towers yard sale May 13

     

    TELL CITY – The Twilight Towers annual yard sale will be held on Saturday, May 13, starting at 7 a.m. in the dining room, 1648 10th St. Tell City.

    Included in the yard sale will be a biscuits and gravy breakfast, bake sale and quilt fundraiser. A full order of breakfast will be $2.50, and a half order will cost $1.25.

  • SIRS recertified in excellence program

    INDIANAPOLIS – Boonville-based Southern Indiana Resource Solutions Inc. received consecutive certification as a participating organization in the Indiana Safety and Health Recognition Program. INSHARP sites are small Hoosier companies with exemplary workplace safety and health culture and achievement.

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  • Trinity United rummage sale set for May 19-20

    FULDA – Trinity United Church of Christ at Kratzburg, located one mile south of Fulda on 545 is having a rummage sale Friday, May 19, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, May 20, from 7 a.m. to noon.

    A hot breakfast will be available Saturday, May 20, served by Trinity's Sunday School.

  • Emmanuel rummage sale Saturday

    TELL CITY – Emmanuel Women’s Guild will hold its spring rummage sale Saturday, May 6, beginning at 8 a.m.

    Clothing, crafts and baked and canned items will be available.

    Organizers appreciate the community’s support for their ongoing mission projects.

  • Chamber of Commerce accepting applications for annual awards dinner

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County Chamber of Commerce has announced the call for nominations for the 16th annual Perry County Chamber Awards Dinner.

    One award will be given for each of the five categories: large business (25 or more employees), small business (fewer than 25 employees), entrepreneurship, applause award (nonprofit, civic organization or charity) and outstanding citizen award.

    The award winners will be chosen by an independent panel and will be announced at the dinner held June 13. Nominations are due by Monday, May 8, at 4 p.m.

  • Perry Central ties for 3rd

    RAMSEY—Trey Novak won three events to lead Perry Central in its first unified track meet Wednesday.
    Host North Harrison won the four-team meet with 89 points, one more than runner-up Borden. Perry Central and Salem tied for third with 75 apiece.
    Novak won Flight 1 of the long jump with a 15-foot-4 leap and won the 100-meter dash in 12.3 seconds.
    He teamed with Eli Hilgenhold, Jonathan Rounds and Sarah Schlachter to win the 400 relay in 1:02.7.
    Schlachter also won Flight 2 of the long jump at 13 feet, 2 inches.

  • Commodores 3rd, Tell City 4th in golf quadrangular

    ENGLISH—Coby Aders shot 43 to lead Perry Central to third place in a four-team boys golf match Thursday.
    Crawford County won with 173 strokes. Paoli shot 177, Perry Central 181, and Tell City 193.
    Aders birdied the par-4, No. 9 hole.
    Besides him, Perry Central scorers were Zach James with 45, Lain Knieriem 46, and Garrett James 47.
    Zach James also birdied the ninth hole. Only a 9 on the par-5, No. 6 hole kept him from having a strong round.
    Brennan Tucker, who shot 48, and Braeden Etienne, 51, also played for the Commodores.

  • Nurrenbern’s pitching helps Trojans stop Perry Central

    LEOPOLD—Walker Nurrenbern scattered seven hits as Wood Memorial beat Perry Central 14-2 in baseball Friday.
    Nurrenbern, a junior right-hander, struck out 14 and walked two.
    Gavin Poole did have success against Nurrenbern, hitting a single, double and triple in his three at-bats.
    Kage Kiplinger added two hits for the Commodores and Adam Dauby contributed a double and two RBIs.
    Wood Memorial had 11 hits and drew eight walks from four Perry Central pitchers.
    Dauby pitched the first three innings for Perry Central to take the loss.

  • PC girls 4th in invitational

    HUNTINGBURG—Payton Emmons won both hurdles races to lead Perry Central to fourth place in Southridge’s eight-team girls track invitational Thursday.
    Heritage Hills won with 136 points. Perry Central scored 53.
    Emmons won the 100-meter high hurdles in 16.42 seconds and the 300 lows in 51.53.
    Teammate Maddie Gray placed fourth in the 300 hurdles in 56.19.
    Perry Central’s Claire Davis won the shot put at 35 feet, 2 1/2 inches and placed second in the discus with a 108-foot-7 throw, both personal records.