Today's News

  • Ignet – Hess

    Jennifer Ignet and Alan Hess of Milltown announce their engagement and approaching marriage.
    The bride-elect is the daughter of Rick and Amy Ignet of Tipp City, Ohio. She is a graduate of Tipp City High School and Urbana University with a bachelor’s degree in sports medicine.
    Mr. Hess is the son of Tom and Joan Hess of Tell City. He is a graduate of Tell City High School and Urbana University with a bachelor’s degree in education. He is a teacher and head football coach at Crawford County High School.

  • Graman – Wagoner

    Gary and Nancy Graman of St. Meinrad announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Krystle S. Graman, to Trevor L. R. Wagoner, son of Tony II and Milissa Wagoner of Borden.

    The bride-elect is a graduate of Heritage Hills High School and Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education.
    She is employed with West Clark School Corp. in Sellersburg. 

  • HNF awards winners of kids fishing derby

    Hoosier National Forest officials announced winners in the annual free kids fishing derby hosted last month at Rainbow Pay Lake near Derby. Prizes were awarded in four age groups in three categories: most accurate caster, most fish caught, largest fish caught.



  • Hayes selected for underclass showcase

    INDIANAPOLIS—Tell City junior center McKenzie Hayes has been selected to play in the ninth annual girls IBCA/IHSAA Underclass Showcase at Ben Davis High School 2 p.m. July 12.
    Staged by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association with support from the Indiana High School Athletic Association, the Underclass Showcase events are NCAA certified. Each is designed to give exposure to top basketball prospects from across the state to colleges across the state and nation.

  • Gibson Southern sweeps Tell City

    FORT BRANCH—Tell City had a shortage of hits in a Diamond League baseball doubleheader loss to Gibson Southern last Thursday.
    Gibson Southern won the first game 3-2 despite an RBI double by Tell City’s Trent Rainey down the left-field line in the first inning.
    Rhett Baumeister pitched the first 3 2/3 innings for Tell City to take the loss.
    Gibson Southern took advantage of Tell City pitchers’ control problems to win the second game 7-6.

  • Coca-Cola raises record to 8-0

    TELL CITY—Bryce Lain and Jimmy Phillips combined for 11 RBIs as Coca-Cola beat Logos 20-5 Monday to raise its record to 8-0 in the Babe Ruth League.
    Coke clinched at least a tie for the regular-season title with the win.
    Lain went 4 for 5 with six RBIs in the four-inning game. Phillips went 2 for 2 with five RBIs.
    Reed Goffinet went 3 for 4 with two RBIs. Mike Landers also had three hits and Andy Froehlich added two.
    Goffinet also made a strong pitching effort for the win.

  • Goffinet one of USA’s top scorers

    VIENNA, Austria—Tell City graduate Lauren Goffinet was one of the leading scorers for the USA team that competed in the Vienna Cup Pentecost women’s basketball tourney June 11-13.
    The 5-foot-11 Goffinet started every game as the U.S. team went 3-2 in the 16-team tourney.
    The team then played an exhibition game in the Czech Republic against that country’s university team June 14. The USA won that game by 23 points as Goffinet scored 20.

  • Davis champ at Glen Ress Open for fourth time

    TELL CITY—Kevin Davis and Mike Wilson shot a 13-under-par 127 to win the Glen Ress Memorial Open golf scramble June 11-12.

  • TC football coach leaves for job at Apollo

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City football coach Travis Atwell submitted his resignation Monday to take a teaching job with Apollo High School in Owensboro, Ky.

  • Cedar Valley Bluegrass Fest coming to Derby July 7-9

    DERBY – Cedar Valley’s annual bluegrass festival will feature six bands and a tribute to the legendary Bill Monroe.
    Scheduled July 7-9 at Cedar Valley, 12478 Indiana 70, near Derby, the festival will highlight the Karl Shiflett & Big Country show Friday evening. Tommy Brown and the County Line Grass is scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
    The festival will start Thursday evening with an open stage at 5 p.m. where participants are asked to bring their own instruments. A bean dinner will be served. Diners are asked to bring a covered dish.