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Today's News

  • Stepping Stones students bike for St. Jude’s

    Stepping Stones Preschool conducted its annual St. Jude’s Trike-athon in February.

    The students collected a total of $2,500. Nolan Hall (pictured at left) raised $400 and Ethan Howard (right) raised $326, making them the top fundraisers for the event. The boys were awarded a new bicycle and helmet from Waupaca for their efforts. Ava Labhart (center) came in third with $313 and received a bicycle basket.

  • Dale’s second car show set for April 15

    DALE – The second annual Dale Car Show will be held April 15 in Dale Town Park, located at the corner of Medcalf and Wallace streets.
    Registration is from 8 to 11 a.m. and cost is $10 per vehicle. Judging will begin at noon with awards presented at 3 p.m. Trophies will be awarded to the top 30 vehicles with three special awards, and to the top five bikes. Dash plaques, door prizes and goody bags will also be available. Those attending will also be able to play various games throughout the day.

  • Education notes, March 26

    Senior student workshop at Tell City Friday
    TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School welcomes juniors and their parents or guardians to attend a senior-year workshop at 6:30 p.m.Friday in the school auditorium.
    Juniors and their families will be given a timeline of upcoming events, important deadlines and a checklist for college and career readiness. If you have any questions, contact Lisa Noble at 547-9715 or send e-mail to lisan@tellcity.k12.in.us.

  • Local student wins Optimist Club essay contest

    TELL CITY – Destiny Brumfield, a senior at Tell City Junior-Senior High School, recently won the Optimist Club of Tell City’s essay contest, based on a theme of “How my Positive Outlook Benefits my Community.”

    Brumfield was awarded the first-place gold medal for the honor. In addition, the essay will be sent to the district level to be judged along with winners from other Optimist clubs in the district. College scholarships are available for top winners at the district level.

  • Girl Scouts to host Fun Run-Walk April 21

    PERRY COUNTY – Perry County Girl Scout troops 356, 511, 328 and 126 will host a fun run-walk fundraiser April 21 to raise money for a trip to New York. The event will begin at City Hall in Tell City. Participants will follow a route around town, through the new greenway and back to City Hall.

  • Tell City Ghost Hunters help Perry County Museum

    The Tell City Ghost Hunters hosted a pancake breakfast March 17, with all proceeds to benefit the Perry County Museum in Cannelton.

  • Cannelton spring schedules

    Baseball
    March
    26    Whitesville Trinity    H    5:00
    April
      2    Crawford County    H    5:00
      3    Lanesville    H    5:00
      9    Perry Central    T    5:30
    11    Orleans    T    5:00
    12    South Central    H    5:15

  • Kohnert, Cook, Graves to be in Indiana Elite North-South games

    LEBANON—Chris Kohnert of Tell City, Brandon Cook of Cannelton, and Ashley Graves of Perry Central have been invited to play in the Indiana Elite North-South All-Star Challenge at Lebanon High School April 14-15.
    Graves will play in the girls junior division 2A game at 9:30 a.m. Perry County time Saturday, April 14.
    Cook will play in the boys junior division 1A game 8 a.m. Sunday, April 15.
    Kohnert will play in the boys senior division 2A game at 3:30 p.m. April 15.

  • Brown named to academic all-state

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central senior forward Trent Brown was named to the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association’s academic all-state first team released Monday.
    Fifty-seven seniors—29 boys and 28 girls—were chosen for the first team. Another 146 boys and 148 girls received honorable mention.
    To be eligible for the team players had to have a 3.5 grade-point average or higher on a 4.0 scale, a class rank in the upper 25 percent of their class, and an SAT score of at least 1,500 or an ACT score of 23.

  • Cannelton baseball counting on defense

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    CANNELTON—Cannelton’s baseball team has a lot of unproven pitchers and hitters, but “our defense should be pretty good,” said Coach Mike Garrett.
    Larry Holman, who went 1-6 for the 2-16 Bulldogs last year, is the only returnee who saw significant mound action for the Bulldogs last year.
    He will be joined in the starting rotation by Drake Duke, a transfer from Tell City, and freshman Bryce Garrett.