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Today's News

  • Mu Gamma Sorority annual cheeseballs

    TELL CITY – Mu Gamma Sorority is taking orders for its annual cheeseball sales. Two kinds of cheeseballs being sold are Old English and “Holiday.”
    The Old English is a blend of smooth mild cheddar cheeses and “Holiday” is made with green peppers, onions and pineapple.  
    Cost is $7. They will be made Dec. 15.
    If you are interested in ordering a cheeseball, contact any sorority member or call Susan Harpenau at 547-6560.
     

  • Brahm – Stutsman

    Casey Brahm and Zach Stutsman of Tell City announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

    The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bishop of Santa Claus and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Brahm of Ferdinand. She is the granddaughter of Mary Patterson of Tell City and Cleon Brahm of Ferdinand. She is a graduate of Heritage Hills High School, Purdue University and Ivy Tech. She works as an office assistant at C&S Inc.

  • Councilmen question additional appropriations

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Members of the county council questioned once again why county departments needed additional appropriations to cover their expenses.

  • City council adopts ordinances

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    CANNELTON – Cannelton Common Council members voted at a regular meeting Nov. 12 to adopt an ordinance permitting Clerk-Treasurer Arvina Bozarth to make certain payments by electronic funds transfers.

    “Starting Jan. 1, the Indiana Department of Revenue will no longer accept checks,” Bozarth explained. “They want everything done through electronic payment.”

  • City council concerned about losing kids, safety

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    CANNELTON – Cannelton Common Councilman Emory Yaggi said during a Nov. 12 meeting of that city’s leaders he’s concerned about children leaving the city to attend schools in other districts.

    “When you go up to the highway, you see all these kids standing out, and there’s a good 20 waiting for about three school buses – I know there’s nothing we can do about that,” he said.

  • Spencer County lands $1 billion fertilizer plant

    By STUART CASSIDY
    Staff Reporter

    ROCKPORT – Months of speculation as to the regional location of a potential fertilizer facility is over. The Illinois-based Ohio Valley Resources LLC announced Thursday the company will call Spencer County home.

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  • Enjoy today’s Platinum Edition of The News

    Thanks to the support of Perry County Memorial Hospital, today’s Perry County News is being mailed to all of the addresses in the county. The two-section edition includes advertisements by the hospital.

    We hope our nonsubscribers enjoy today’s complimentary edition and will consider subscribing. To begin a new subscription or reactivate an expired one, see an advertisement that appears on Page 13A. Or call Joyce Dauby at 547-3424.

  • Council approves rezoning for storage units

    By VINCE LUECKE
    Editor

    TELL CITY – Votes by the Tell City Common Council last Monday clear the way for a local couple to develop a storage unit complex along Dauby Lane.

    Developers Lauren and Philip Hartz had already received favorable recommendations from the city’s technical advisory committee and the Tell City Plan Commission for the project, which will include more than 100 storage units.

  • Golden Living Center annual Christmas bazaar Friday

    TELL CITY – Golden Living Center – Lincoln Hills’ Resident Council will host its annual Christmas bazaar from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday in the main hallway of the building.

    Candy, baked items, craft items, new items, gently used items and more will be for sale. All proceeds will go to the Golden Living Center-Lincoln Hills Resident Council.

    The public is invited to attend this event.