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Today's News

  • Lack of quorum hinders library board action

    By TRISTA LUTGRING
    Feature Writer

    TELL CITY – There wasn’t too much the Perry County Public Library Board could do during their regular meeting Sept. 5. Not because there was no business to discuss, but because there were simply not enough board members present to vote on business.

  • ‘Life in Cannelton’ amateur photography contest announced

    CANNELTON – In honor of the upcoming 175th anniversary of Cannelton and the city’s annual Heritage Fest, a “Life in Cannelton” photography contest for amateur photographers will be held and photos displayed at the 175th Anniversary Headquarters, 512 Washington Street in Cannelton.
    Entries will be limited to three per person with no age limits. The contest is open to any amateur photographer who has not had monetary gain from taking photos on a part- or full-time basis.
    Photos must be matted with a standard matte board and ready to hang.

  • Students check out new bookmobile

    Tell City students welcomed the new Perry County Library bookmobile to the schools recently.

    Pictured from the left are Autumn Kuster, Dakota Braunecker, Justin Walker, Kassidie Hayes, Jessie Howe and Justin Burden. “We love the new bookmobile,” Family and Community Outreach coordinator Wendi Rich said.

  • Carter seeks fair share of budget surplus (Corrected)

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Perry County resident Jim Carter hopes seeds he planted in recent weeks will bear financial fruit for the state’s 92 counties. He has been working to get officials in this and other counties to rally in an effort to secure part of a $2 billion state-budget surplus he said some people hope to spend for the benefit of a few northern counties.

    A county commissioner said efforts to tap that money are already under way.

  • Community Events, Sept. 17

    The Perry County News is pleased to announce events of local interest as a service to our readers and the community. Information should be sent to The News at P.O. Box 309, Tell City, IN 47586. Information can also be faxed to 547-2847 or e-mailed to lifestyles@perrycountynews.com. Please include a telephone number.

  • Perry County Library to celebrate 10th anniversary Saturday

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Public Library will celebrate the 10- year anniversary of the Tell City branch with an open house and party from 1 to 4 p.m. Sept. 22.
    There will be prizes and giveaways for all attending. The Friends of the Library will host a reception with refreshments and will give the public an opportunity to meet the library’s new director, John Mundy. Past directors will also be present to celebrate the occasion.

  • School Spirit on Parade

    Tell City Junior-Senior High School students involved in sporting teams and extracurricular groups took to the street Wednesday for the annual Fall Extravaganza parade and pep rally.

    The parade route followed Main and Jefferson streets with the rally held at Legion Field.

    (Click photo to enlarge and right arrow to see another.)

  • Underwood joins Uebelhor & Sons

    JASPER – Chris Underwood has joined Uebelhor & Sons in Jasper as an Internet sales consultant. Underwood graduated from Southridge High School and now lives in Jasper with his wife and three children.
    He invites all his friends and associates to stop in so he can help them with their automotive needs. Underwood can by reached by calling (812) 482-2222 or (800) 937-8721. Customers can also send e- mail to cunderwood@uebelhorandsons.com.

  • Scheiber – Wilson

    Alexandra Lynn Scheiber and Jason Max Wilson of Terre Haute announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

  • City seeks to demolish Fennhaven home

    By VINCE LUECKE
    Editor

    TELL CITY – Wanted: a buyer for a long-vacant home in Tell City’s Fennhaven area. Quick sale preferred.

    A Tell City woman and city leaders share a goal of finding a new owner for the residence, located at 21 High St. The owner, Ilona Janosa, faces a pending condemnation suit from the city seeking the home’s demolition.