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Today's News

  • 14-year-olds fall to Vincennes, South Gibson in first 2 games

    TELL CITY—A lack of hitting and some errors hurt Tell City’s age-14 Babe Ruth baseball all-stars as they lost the first two games of their double-elimination tourney last weekend.

    Hunter Herzog hit a double for Tell City’s only hit in a 13-2 first-round loss to South Gibson Friday.

    Brian Arnold pitched the first two innings for Tell City to take the loss and Larry Holman pitched the last three innings.

    Herzog hit a double and a single in Tell City’s next game but the local team lost to Vincennes 14-7.

  • Shorthanded 15-year-olds lose to Evansville, Princeton teams

    EVANSVILLE—Playing most of the tourney with eight players, Tell City lost its first two games in the age-15 Babe Ruth baseball district tourney last weekend.

    Vanderburgh County had 14 hits and took advantage of six Tell City errors to beat Tell City 12-5 in the first round Friday.

    Jessie Lawalin pitched a complete game for Tell City and did not walk a batter. He struck out three.

    “He really pitched well,” said Tell City Manager Barry LaGrange. “But they finally started hitting some gaps.”

  • Kashyab wins doubles tourney

    NEW ALBANY—Anjan Kashyab of Tell City teamed with Tyler Haas of Dubois County to win the age-14-and-under boys doubles division of the Sammy Pedan Fire Cracker Junior Open USTA tourney Sunday.

    Kashyab and Haas shut out Garret French and Cody Mamon of Sellersburg 6-0, 6-0 in the first round.

    In the finals Hass and Kashyab beat Will Andres of New Albany and Jacob Quinkert of Sellersburg 6-0, 6-3.

    Earlier Kashyab played in 16-and-under boys singles in the same tourney, as he is maxed out of ranking points for 14 Singles for this level of tourneys in USTA.

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  • Community center eyed for school campus

    LEOPOLD - Already a hub of community life for the expansive school district, Perry Central's campus might one day have a community center of its own housing an adult-education center, day care facility, business incubator, computer labs and even a small self-service laundry.

  • 4-H'ers big week is here

    TELL CITY - The week Perry County's 4-H'ers have been waiting all summer for has arrived. The Perry County 4-H Fair kicks off in earnest this evening with the 2009 King and Queen Contest, fashion review and foods auction.

    Exhibits open to the public Wednesday after a noon ceremony. A full schedule of events was published in Thursday's News.

    Wednesday Schedule

    The first major day of activities brings judging of goats and horse-and-pony halter and pleasure classes. Wednesday's activities wrap up with a sheep show at 7 p.m.

    Thursday

  • Pay lake becoming disabled-vets sanctuary

    DERBY - "I sell the daylights out of them," Jeff Piper said of birdhouses built from recycled fencing materials and license plates.

    The owner of Rainbow Pay Lake near Derby boasted that he's helping to keep hundreds of pounds of materials out of landfills. Their reuse serves a higher purpose he hopes to expand upon, however. He has several of the finished products on display at the lake, and they're also available through his Web site, www.ovrthere.com, where his threefold mission is described:

  • Property taxes due July 22

    TELL CITY - The July 22 deadline for paying spring installments of property-tax bills is nearing.  Several courthouse offices will be open from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday for paying bills and other tax-related business. Offices will also be open until 6 p.m. July 22  Payments can be made at any Old National Bank branch or dropped off at other banking centers in the county.  Property owners can also pay tax bills in person in the treasurer's office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Group works to improve horse-abuse efforts

    TELL CITY - Perry County's commissioners were cautiously interested in an offer from the president of Indiana Horse Rescue to provide animal-control and welfare services for the county's larger animals.

    As the Owensville-based equine division of the Animal Protection Coalition Inc., the organization is primarily interested in horses, but "we have had cases with swine, cows, anything your animal control can't deal with," Tony Caldwell told the commissioners.

  • Tell City man, 21, charged with dealing in marijuana

    TELL CITY - An alleged marijuana sale in broad daylight inside Hagedorn Park Tuesday evening landed a Tell City man in jail on two counts of dealing in the drug.

    Aaron M. Brown, 21, of 13516 Old State Road 37, Tell City, was being held Friday on $5,505 bail.