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Today's News

  • Harth – Hall

    Danielle Leigh Harth and Charles Bradley Hall were united in marriage during an afternoon ceremony Saturday, June 11, 2011, at St. Pius Catholic Church in Troy.

    The bride is the daughter of Allen and Jeanne Harth of Evanston. Mr. Hall is the son of Charles Kevin and Gwen Hall of Derby.
    The bride was given away in marriage by her father in the double-ring ceremony officiated by the Rev. Barnabas Gillespie.

  • College 101 event at PC Sept. 28

    LEOPOLD – Perry Central Junior-Senior High School will host College 101 Wednesday, Sept. 28 in the elementary cafeteria.
    The program is geared toward juniors and seniors and their parents, but any family interested can attend. This years’ program will focus on financial aid.
    Participants will learn how to use a new College Cost Estimator tool developed by the state of Indiana, along with other information on how to apply for college, scholarships, standardized tests and more. 

  • Reunions, Sept. 8

    TCHS 1972
    TELL CITY – Anyone wishing to help with the planning of the Tell City High School Class of 1972 reunion is asked to meet at 6 p.m. Sunday at Fiesta Grande in Tell City.
    If unable to attend, call Joan Hess or Terri Greulich. All classmates are encouraged to help plan next year’s reunion.

  • Tell City High School Class of 1961

    The Tell City High School Class of 1961 held its 50th class reunion at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Tell City Aug. 13.

  • St. Meinrad 9/11 remembrance ceremony

    ST. MEINRAD – Ten years after the terrorist attacks on America, the citizens of St. Meinrad will come together in a commemoration ceremony to honor the victims of Sept. 11, 2001. The service will take place at noon Sunday in at St. Meinrad American Legion Post.
    The commemoration ceremony honors the victims of the attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon, airline flight takeovers and the American military service personnel who have died in the war against terrorism while other members of the service continue to fight.

  • Annual St. Pius fall fest Sunday

    TROY – St. Pius Catholic Church in Troy will have its annual fall festival Sunday, Sept. 11.
    On the menu is the parish’s “famous soup” by the bowl and gallon, fried-chicken or roast-beef dinners, hamburgers, polish sausage, ice cream and homemade pie.
    Entertainment will include a live band, a giant yard sale and flea market, games for adults and children and a raffle. 
    Serving begins at 11 a.m. Take your own container for carry-out soup.

  • Church news, Sept. 8

    Little Pigeon to host gospel sing
    LAMAR – Little Pigeon Baptist Church, off Indiana 245 near Lamar, will host a gospel sing at 7 p.m. Saturday.
    River City Quartet will be the special guests. Refreshments will be served at 6:30 p.m. The public is encouraged to attend.

  • Boonville outshoots Marksman girls

    TELL CITY—No one shot under 63 for Tell City in a 237-272 girls golf loss to Boonville Tuesday.
    Amber Fentress shot a 25-over-par 63 to lead Tell City and Jessica Ballman shot 64.
    Jenny Hess shot 71 and Courtney Blinzinger 74 to complete the Marksmen’s scoring.
    Tell City, 2-6, will play Southridge and Pike Central at Huntingburg today at 4:30.

  • Heritage Hills downs Tell City

    LINCOLN CITY—Anjan Kashyab remained undefeated but Heritage Hills beat Tell City 4-1 in PAC boys tennis Tuesday.
    Kashyab shut out Zach Blake 6-0, 6-0 in No. 1 singles to raise his record to 8-0.
    Heritage Hills won the other singles matches in straight sets.
    Dugan Kippenbrock beat Zach Fisher 6-2, 6-4 in No. 2, and Willie McElhaney defeated Jacob Miller 6-4, 6-2 in No. 3.
    The Patriots’ Seth Hancock and Derek Kippenbrock beat Tyler Groves and Dakota Braunecker 6-0, 6-1 in No. 1 doubles.

  • Spencer winningest coach ever in county

    Perry Central football coach Mike Spencer earned his 200th career football victory Friday. All but 17 of those wins have come with Perry County schools, making him the winningest coach in the county’s history.