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  • Next Talk To a Lawyer clinic May 3

    EVANSVILLE – The next scheduled telephone clinic where the general public can get free legal advice and counsel is set for May 3, from 4:30 to 7 p.m.

    The clinic, known as talk to a lawyer, allows individuals who have general legal questions to talk to a lawyer for free.

    The telephone numbers for talk to a lawyer are: (812) 618-4845 and toll free (888) 594-3449.
    Currently, talk to a lawyer takes place the first Thursday of every month.

  • Adult-ed classes begin May 7

    CANNELTON – Local adults wanting to strengthen math and language skills necessary for post-secondary advancement, job placement or GED preparation are invited to take advantage of adult classes beginning May 7 at Ivy Tech Community College.

    WorkOne Southwest is working to assist adults in preparing or enhancing career options through skills training. Classes run from May 7 through June 28. To pre-register, call (812) 937-2671.

    Free transportation is available through a community foundation grant and Ride Solutions.

  • Cannelton School board hires teacher

    Managing Editor

    CANNELTON – Cannelton School Board members voted at a meeting April 19 to promote a teacher’s aide into a full-time position.

  • Candidate forum set for this evening at Perry Central

    PERRY COUNTY – A forum for local candidates seeking office in May’s primary is set for 6:30 p.m. today in the Perry Central High School Library.

    Candidates for the contested races of county council and District 3 commissioner will give opening statements and answer questions. Candidates who are uncontested in the primary will be introduced but will not speak.

    The public is encouraged to attend. Anyone who would like to propose questions can do so by e-mailing them to editor@perrycountynews.com.

  • Officials set to advance new jail funding

    Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Perry County’s commissioners amended at a regular meeting April 18 the county’s three-year capital-improvement plan, which outlines how economic-development income-tax revenues are spent.

  • Boston Marathon more than just a race for Strobel

    Feature Writer

    TELL CITY – The temperature in Boston April 16 was 30 degrees warmer than usual. For most of the city’s residents and tourists, this didn’t seem like too much to be concerned about. For those running the 116th annual Boston Marathon that day, it was another challenge added to the grueling, unforgiving 26-mile run.

    But Kim Strobel, a Tell City woman entered into the race for the first time, wasn’t going to let a little heat stop her.

  • 19th Street meth lab lands two in jail


    TELL CITY – A tip about a suspicious odor led police Monday to a home they said was being used to make methamphetamine. Two people were arrested and face Class A felony charges of manufacturing the drug.

  • Ladies enjoy Washington DC trip

    Six ladies enjoyed a bus trip to Washington, D.C. March 22 through March 27 with a group from the Hancock Christian Church of Hancock County, Ky.

    Pictured from the left are Mary Kent of Brazil, JoAnn Smith of Tell City, Clara Mae Hagedorn of Fort Branch, Judy Hagedorn of Tell City, Rose Dauby of Dale and Alene Dauby of Tell City. The group took part in sight-seeing excursions and saw all the points of interest of the county’s capital city. While on the trip, a party was held in honor of Judy Hagedorn’s 70th birthday.