Today's News

  • Perry Central spring schedules

    30    South Spencer    H    4:30
    31    Orleans    T    10:00
      2    Forest Park JV (DH)    T    4:15
      3    Corydon Central    H    5:30
      4    North Harrison V    H    4:30
      7    North Posey    T    11:00

  • UCLA may go after Knight for next coach

    NCAA tourney time means 68 teams are excited about being chosen for the Division I basketball tourney.
    It also means a lot of teams that thought they had a chance at making the tourney at the start of the season are disappointed and some are firing their coaches.
    Already gone are Bruce Weber of Illinois and Doc Sadler of Nebraska.
    Could UCLA’s Ben Howland be next? He should be.

  • Hammack, Stephens win ISWA folkstyle state titles

    INDIANAPOLIS—Coy Hammack and Chase Stephens of the Tell City Wrestling Club won their weight classes in the Indiana State Wrestling Association’s folkstyle state tourney last weekend.

  • Craigs, Hawhee champs as Marksmen fifth in PAC

    LINCOLN CITY—Jarrett Hawhee repeated as champion and the Craig brothers won their first titles as Tell City finished fifth in the PAC junior high wrestling tourney Saturday.
    Hawhee won the 125-pound title after taking the 105 crown last year.
    He went 4-0 with two forfeit wins, an 8-3 decision over Colton O’Neal, and a 5-0 win over Josh Miller of Gibson Southern in the finals.
    Joe Craig went 3-0 with two pins to take the 95-pound title.

  • Hayes wins third girls basketball MVP award

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City junior center McKenzie Hayes won her third girls basketball Most Valuable Player award at Tell City’s winter sports awards program Monday.
    Hayes also won the team’s field-goal percentage and best offensive player awards for the third year in a row.
    MVPs in other sports were Chris Kohnert in boys basketball, Amanda Wagner in girls swimming, Trent Harding in boys swimming, and Jessie Lawalin in wrestling. Harding is a sophomore and the others are seniors.

  • Deer Creek women plan activities

    TELL CITY – The women of Deer Creek Baptist Church are currently working on several mission projects.
    “Change for Change” is a program held each time the time changes, “as a reminder to bring your change for a good cause,” organizers said. For the first time change of this year, the money collected by the women will be donated to local church food pantries.

  • Coin show Saturday

    OWENSBORO, Ky. – The River Cities Coin Club will host its sixth-annual Spring Coin Show Saturday at Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford Road, Owensboro, Ky.
    Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the public is invited. Admission is free and door prizes will be awarded.
    Up to 30 coin and paper money dealers from Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee will display U.S. and world coins and currency for sale and trade. Many of the club members and dealers will offer free coin appraisals.

  • This is a test . . .

    Photos and story by Trista Lutgring
    TELL CITY – The Tell City High School Drama Department staged an “An Evening of Theater” March 9, 10 and 11 as students took to the stage for two one-act plays, “This is a Test” and “Take Five.”

    “This is a Test” followed a main character, Alicia, who is still in school, about to take a test which will determine “her future,” as one character explains.

  • Wal-Mart donates box tops to local schools

    Wal-Mart of Tell City recently donated around 11,000 Box Tops for Education to four area schools. Each school will receive 3,000 box tops each, which will equal about $300 when exchanged.

    Pictured from the left are Shannon Case from North Hancock County, Ky., schools; Ray James on behalf of Perry Central schools; Wal-Mart assistant manager Jason Hogan; Cindy Lenn of Tell City Junior-Senior High School, and Andrea Maffia of Cannelton schools.

  • Irish Eyes


    It takes just a few seconds to rub away the moss hiding the etched words over Margaret Duffy’s tomb. Still legible 139 years after the 15-year-old’s death, the two short sentences echo the cry her parents surely felt. “Behold this grave and shed a tear,” the tombstone requests of passersby. “Beauty and virtue is buried here.”