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Today's News

  • Small steps to health and wealth online challenge

    CANNELTON - Just in time to keep those New Year's resolutions to improve health and personal finances, Purdue Extension invites all Hoosiers to participate in the Small Steps to Health and Wealth Worldwide Challenge 2010.

    A land-grant partner, Rutgers Cooperative Extension is launching a new online Small Steps to Health and Wealth Challenge Web site. This free six-week program, open to anyone who enrolls online, will be held from Jan. 17 through Feb. 27. Prizes will be awarded for participants who report the highest point totals.

  • TCHS hosts financial aid workshop

    TELL CITY - Tell City High School will host a financial aid workshop Jan. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

    A financial aid representative will explain step-by-step procedures for completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and answer questions any students or parents may have. Filing the FAFSA is a necessity for consideration for financial assistance.

  • Optimist Club host chili dinner Saturday

    TELL CITY - Tell City Optimist Club members will host their annual chili dinner Saturday at Tell City High School before that night's varsity basketball game.

    A bowl of chili, sandwich, drink and dessert can be purchased for $7. Serving begins at 5:30 p.m.

    This year's event is being named in memory of Nemo Ress, who was very active with past chili dinners.

  • VNA to offer blood-pressure screenings

    TELL CITY - Visiting Nurse Association will offer free blood screenings at Wal-Mart and Twilight Towers in Tell City.  

    Screenings are scheduled for 8:30 to 10 a.m. Jan. 19 at Wal-Mart and from 9 to 10 a.m. Jan. 26 at Twilight Towers.

    For more information call VNA at 547-7967.

     

  • Catholic Charities still offering coats

    TELL CITY - Catholic Charities has a wide assortment of new and used coats available for those needing them. Sizes range from infant (boys and girls) through adult (men and women). There is no charge for these coats.

    Call Catholic Charities at 547-0903 to make arrangements or stop in at 802 Ninth Street in Tell City.

  • Community resolutions

    Individuals make New Year's resolutions on a wide range of topics, from shedding pounds and giving up cigarettes to saving more money for retirement and spending more time with loved ones.

  • Mixed thoughts on ghosts

    My national television debut had me on pins and needles Dec. 29 as "Paranormal State" aired about the experiences of a local family.

    I was interviewed for the show back in October and other than the camera making me look chunkier than I thought I was, I was pleased overall.

    The show looked at the experiences of Bruce and Danielle Collins in their home between St. Meinrad and Bristow.

  • Why the census matters

    The U.S. census 2010 is on our doorstep and will be here in just a little over 60 days and it really matters to everyone in our community, our county, our state and our nation.

    Many people turn their noses up whenever the census is mentioned. But it is an extremely important part of life in America every 10 years.

    We are all part of a team and when a player doesn't do his or her part, everyone loses. The census is not something that came about during this century or the last.

  • South Spencer uses its depth to edge Tell City

    TELL CITY—Tell City won eight of 12 events but South Spencer used its superior depth to beat the Marksmen 87-82 in boys swimming Wednesday.

    “It’s just numbers killing us, as usual,” said Tell City Coach Mike Page. “But we swam well.”

    He said South Spencer had “15 or 16” boys competing.

  • Junior high expects to keep use of gym

    Tell City-Troy Township School Corp.’s considering closing its junior high school probably has some sports fans wondering where all the school system’s basketball teams would find room to practice and play all their games.

    If the proposed closing of the junior high goes into effect, sixth graders would attend William Tell Elementary and seventh and eighth graders would attend Tell City High School.