Today's News

  • Banged-up Marksmen to host Rangers to end regular season

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Forest Park’s ability to move the ball on the ground and through the air will test Tell City’s defense in Friday’s 6:30 p.m. PAC football game.
    The 4-4 Rangers have the most passing yards of any team in the PAC. Miles Leonard, a 5-foot-11, 181-pound senior quarterback, has completed 68 of 139 passes for 1,250 yards and nine touchdowns.

  • PC will try to stop Mitchell

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—A couple years ago Mitchell passed more than nearly any football team in the state. But now it is the Bluejackets’ running game that concerns Perry Central.
    The two will meet in a PLAC game Friday at 7 p.m.
    The Bluejackets, 3-5 under first-year coach John Edge, “have put in a lot of wing-T offense,” said Perry Central Coach Mike Spencer.
    They will run it with two tight ends or a split end and a tight slot, with a fullback and a halfback.

  • Marksmen outhit, outserve South Spencer

    REO—Tell City used superior hitting and strong serving to beat South Spencer 25-14, 25-12, 25-22 in PAC volleyball Monday.
    The Marksmen finished 8-0 in the conference and raised their overall record to 26-4, breaking the school record of 25 victories set in 2007.
    Tell City scored kills on 32 percent of its spiking attempts Monday, “which is really good,” said Coach Dalonda Hayes.
    The Marksmen missed three serves in the first game but none in the last two.

  • Perry Central wins sixth sectional in row

    Sports Editor

    JASPER—Perry Central continued to find ways to keep topping itself as it won the IHSAA boys cross country sectional Tuesday for the sixth year in a row.

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  • Lt. Gov. Skillman urges Hoosiers to send holiday wishes to troops serving overseas

    INDIANAPOLIS – Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman has announced the start of her fifth annual holiday letter-writing campaign, asking Hoosiers to write holiday cards to our country’s servicemen and women.

    Hoosier Cheer for Our Heroes provides an opportunity for Hoosiers to send their thoughts and prayers to U.S. troops spending the season away from their homes and loved ones.

  • German visitors

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  • State auditor featured speaker at Sunday’s GOP picnic

    TROY – Indiana State Auditor Tim Berry will be the featured guest at the Perry-Spencer Republican Picnic Sunday at Mulzer’s Camp near Troy.

  • School hosting tech night

    TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School will play host to an Internet and Technology Night from 6:30 to 8 p.m. today in the school’s media center.

    The event is geared toward any community member who would like to better understand technology and the Internet, including sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. Hands-on training and one-on-one time with computers will be a part of the evening.

    Participants do not have to have a child enrolled in the school to attend.