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Today's News

  • Bishop – Simpson

    Alyssa Rene Bishop and Zachary Alan Simpson were united in marriage during an afternoon ceremony Saturday, June 23, 2012, at Immanuel Baptist Church in Glasgow, Ky.

    The bride is the daughter of Tony and Anice Bishop of Glasgow. Mr. Simpson is the son of Greg and Roxanne Simpson of Tell City.
    Serving as pastor of the ceremony was Brother Brandon Porter of Glasgow.

  • Bulldogs fall 56-29

    ORLEANS—Cannelton grabbed only 21 rebounds in a 56-29 girls basketball loss to Orleans Thursday.
    “We got off to a slow start and so did they,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett. “Then in the second quarter they started hitting their shots and rebounding.”
    Orleans outscored the Bulldogs 20-8 in the second quarter to build a 30-10 halftime lead.
    Mikah Hemmings led Cannelton with 16 points and Allicyn Garrett added 10. Hemmings hit 4 of 12 from the field and 7 of 8 free throws and Garrett hit 4 of 13 from the field.

  • Tell City girls defeat South Spencer

    TELL CITY—Derrian Zabel won one individual event and three relays as Tell City trounced South Spencer 122-36 in girls swimming Wednesday.

  • Tell City outswims South Spencer, Heritage Hills

    LINCOLN CITY—Hunter Sandage won two individual races and two relays as Tell City beat Heritage Hills 95-66 in boys swimming Thursday.

  • Bulldogs cold in loss to Crothersville

    By PHILLIP BALL
    Sports Correspondent

    CANNELTON—Cannelton could not find its shooting stroke in the second half of a 67-58 boys basketball loss to Crothersville Friday.
    The Bulldogs shot well in the first half, hitting 12 of 23 from the field for 52.2 percent to take a 36-35 halftime lead.
    The second half would not be as kind to the Bulldogs as they made just 7 of 31 for 22.6 percent.

  • Wildcats pull away from Marksmen late

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    MOUNT VERNON—Tell City improved its shooting and ball-handling to give undefeated Mount Vernon a scare before falling 62-46 in boys basketball Friday.
    The Marksmen, playing without their two tallest frontline starters due to injuries, went on a 17-2 run in the middle of the game to take a 37-31 lead with 5:32 left in the third quarter.
    At that point Tell City had hit 14 of 21 field-goal attempts for the game, including 7 of 9 from three-point range.

  • No. 3 Paoli holds off Perry Central

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Twelve third-quarter turnovers proved too much for Perry Central to overcome in a 56-52 PLAC girls basketball loss to Paoli Thursday.
    Perry Central led 21-19 at halftime and scored the first basket of the third quarter on an 18-footer by Lynsay Goffinet.
    Paoli then went on a 12-0 run, though, to build a 31-23 lead with 5:27 left in the period.
    That streak included three baskets directly off Perry Central turnovers against Paoli’s full-court press.

  • Church News, Jan. 3

    First Baptist hosts adult Bible study
    CANNELTON – The First Baptist Church in Cannelton will host a free non-denominational adult Bible study from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. This is for anyone high-school age and older.  
    Meetings will be the first Tuesday of the month at the Cotton Mill Apartments community room, Adams Street entrance, in Cannelton.

  • Cannelton to crown homecoming queen, king during Friday ceremony

    CANNELTON – The Cannelton High School 2013 Homecoming will be held at approximately 7 p.m. Friday, between the junior-varsity and varsity basketball games between Cannelton and Crothersville.

    Queen candidates
    Alyssa Crowe is the daughter of LaGina Crowe and Charlie Davis. She has been active in cross country, cheerleading and softball. Her plans are to go to college to get her bachelor’s degree in nursing. Crowe hopes to one day be a volunteer in Africa.

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