Today's News

  • Hornets outshoot Cannelton

    CANNELTON—Hancock County outshot Cannelton 49.1 percent to 25.3 percent from the field and beat the Bulldogs 71-44 in girls basketball Saturday.
    “We got a lot of shots off (67)—we just couldn’t hit any,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett. “They were open looks.
    “Hancock County moved the ball well and they’ve got some pretty good shooters. And then they’ve got the Rates girl (Beth) in the middle—she’s about 6 feet tall and she’s a handful.”

  • Boating ed class in Jasper

    JASPER – Indiana Conservation Officers will conduct a boating safety education course at the Jasper Moose Family Center, 2507 N. Newton Street, in Jasper Feb. 18. Class will begin at 9 a.m. and will end at 4 p.m.
    The boater education class is open to the public and graduates of this course will receive the Indiana Boater Safety Education certificate. This certification will enable those that are 15 years of age with an identification card to operate a motorboat on Indiana waters.

  • Tell Citians 0-4 in wrestling regional

    NEWBURGH—All four Tell City entrants in the Castle wrestling regional lost in the first round Saturday.
    Spenser Beard was tied 2-2 with James Lindenschmidt of Harrison late in the third period of their 160-pound match. But Lindenschmidt then scored a reversal to win.
    Justin Alvarez lost 7-2 to eventual runner-up Branson Schroeder in the 132 class.
    Jessie Lawalin got pinned by Gideon Vanhook of Reitz in 3:30 in the 126 class.
    Cody Osborne was pinned by eventual runner-up Jesse Hohl of Evansville Central in 51 seconds in the heavyweight class.

  • TC Royalty

    Tell City Junior-Senior High School students voted seniors Rachel Woznicki and Chris Kohnert their homecoming queen and king. They were crowned during ceremonies held before Tell City’s game Friday against Pike Central.

  • Cold Marksmen fall to Forest Park in sectional

    Sports Editor

    FERDINAND—Tell City hit only 3 of 30 from the field in the first half of a 48-26 loss to Forest Park in the first round of the Class 2A girls basketball sectional Tuesday.

  • January activities at North Perry Head Start

    LEOPOLD – Students at the Lincoln Hills Development Corp. North Perry Head Start welcomed special guests Haley Lewis and Aaron Trimn in January. Lewis was the community readers for the month and read the book, “Oh, the Things You Can Thing” by Dr. Seuss. She wore a balloon hat made by Trimn that resembled Dr. Seuss’ hat while reading to the children. Each child was given a copy of the book to take home and enjoy.

  • Bulldogs cold in 2nd half of loss to Hornets

    Sports Correspondent

    CANNELTON—Cannelton struggled from the field in the second half of a 75-59 boys basketball loss to Hancock County Saturday.
    The Bulldogs came out of the gate strong offensively, scoring 17 points in the first quarter behind 12 points from Brandon Cook. Yet they still trailed the Hornets by four points.

  • Perry Central Elementary’s Up in One, Down in None students

    LEOPOLD – The Perry Central Captains club had a pizza party and gave certificates to all students who raised at least one grade without letting any others fall for the second grading period compared to the first grading period. Students who received straight A’s for both quarters were also invited to attend the pizza party.

  • Lenten breakfasts continue Saturday

    PERRY COUNTY — The Men’s Lenten Breakfast Fellowship Group of Perry County will continue its 43rd annual Lenten breakfast series. Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Tell City will host Saturday's breakfast. The breakfasts will continue each Saturday morning throughout the Lenten season from 7 to 8 a.m. Donations are $3.
    The final Saturday meeting will be April 7, Tell City United Methodist Church, Tell City.
    For more information call Bill Simpson at 547-8906 or Randy Lautner at 547-8982.

  • Hot Titans top Tell City

    Sports Editor

    FORT BRANCH—Gibson Southern hit 61.9 percent from the field in a 106-87 PAC boys basketball win over Tell City Saturday.
    Tell City led by as much as seven points in the first half and 53-50 at halftime.
    The score was still tied 57-57 after Trent Zuelly hit 1 of 2 free throws for Tell City with 4:53 left in the third quarter.
    Gibson Southern went on a 10-0 the next 2:37 to take the lead for good.