Today's News

  • Bulldogs fall to Hornets, Braves

    MEDORA—No Cannelton player made more than two kills in a 25-17, 25-13, 25-14 loss to Medora Friday.
    Nicole Harris had two kills, two digs and two assists for the Bulldogs.
    Caressa Sloss made two blocks and two digs and served six points, including two aces.
    April Terry added five points and Chloe Davis had four points, three assists and three digs.
    Tecumseh, ranked No. 4 in the state in Class A, beat Cannelton 25-8, 25-16, 25-5 in a home match Tuesday.

  • Commodores outhit Mitchell

    MITCHELL—Abby Reed made 15 kills and Addy Davis had 25 assists as Perry Central beat Mitchell 20-25, 25-17, 25-18, 25-11 in PLAC volleyball Tuesday.
    Terissa Roark added six kills, Latisha James five, and Payton Emmons four.
    Roark made four blocks and James added two.
    Courtney Berger made 14 digs, Ryann Lynch 11, Brooke Mullis nine, Davis eight, and Emmons and Reed four apiece.
    The Commodores made 21 ace serves, with Lynch getting eight, James five, Roark four, and Davis three.
    Perry Central improved to 1-3 in the PLAC and 5-19 overall.

  • Kohnert, Marksmen spike Chargers

    TELL CITY—Emma Kohnert made 31 kills as Tell City beat Pike Central 27-25, 25-21, 25-22 in PAC volleyball Tuesday.
    Though this match lasted only the minimum three games, Kohnert’s kill total was just five short of the school record set by current University of Memphis star McKenzie Hayes.
    Kammie Jo Hayes added 11 kills Tuesday. Emily Hagedorn had 25 assists and Rachel Malone added 22.
    Hayes made 17 digs and MaKaylee Buntin added 11. Kohnert made two solo blocks.

  • Experienced Vikings will host Marksmen

    Sports Editor

    POSEYVILLE—Tell City will visit North Posey, the only football team it beat last year, Friday at 7:30 p.m. But these Vikings are much better than last year’s team.
    Last year the Vikings had almost no returnees from the previous season and they finished 4-8, including 1-6 in the PAC.
    This year they returned 20 of 22 starters on offense and defense and have gotten off to a 3-3 start, including 2-2 in the conference.

  • Commodores to face undefeated Senators

    Sports Editor

    CAMPBELLSBURG—Perry Central will have to contain West Washington’s versatile offense to have a chance to tie for first place in the PLAC football race Friday.
    West Washington, the defending conference champion and 6-0 this season and 3-0 in the PLAC, will host the Commodores at 6:30 p.m. Perry Central is 2-3 overall and 1-1 in the conference.
    Perry Central Coach Greg Gibson said he thinks West Washington is “a little better” than last year. “They’ve got a lot of weapons.

  • Tell City boys dominate Lincoln Trail meet

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Cooper, ranked in the top 10 in the largest class in Kentucky, drove 2 1/2 hours hoping to get some strong competition in the Lincoln Trail Invitational boys cross country race Saturday.
    But it may have gotten more than it bargained for, as Tell City beat the Kentucky team 40-74 for first place in the 11-team meet.
    Perry Central finished eighth with 206 points and Cannelton 11th with 347.
    Tell City placed six runners in the top 16 in the 131-man race.

  • Candidates to speak at two upcoming forums

    PERRY COUNTY – Two public forums next week will give candidates a chance to share their views on topics important to voters ahead of the Nov. 8 general election.

    On Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 6:30 p.m., CDT, Republican incumbent State Rep. Lloyd Arnold and his Democratic challenger, Larry Kleeman, will speak at Perry Central High School.

    The forum will be sponsored by Perry County Farm Bureau and the Perry County News. It will be held in the high-school library. The public is invited to attend. Light refreshments will be served.

  • Rickenbaugh House hosting first weekend leg of county’s fall tour




    PERRY COUNTY – While Perry County’s trees are holding fast to their green foliage, fall is here and that will undoubtedly bring the slow but welcome transition to beautiful fall colors. October’s arrival also means the return of the Hoosier Heritage Fall Tour. This weekend’s tour includes stops at the historic Rickenbaugh House and the Rome Courthouse.

  • Cannelton parade to honor state’s bicentennial


    Staff Writer


    CANNELTON – During Indiana’s 200 years of statehood, the city of Cannelton has been privy to most of it, with pioneers settling the banks of the Ohio River well before 1816. Though not officially chartered until 1837, the river-front community has a proud history tightly ingrained with the roots of statehood; from the people who called Cannelton home, to the businesses that spurred the economy.

    The city was also the county seat for more than a century.

  • Marching Marksmen tops in field

    FLOYDS KNOBS – It may be early in the marching season, but the Marching Marksmen are becoming a top-team to watch in their division. The band displayed another top-notch performance Saturday at Floyd Central, earning first place in division AA, while also taking honors for best music, visual, effect and percussion. 

    The Marksmen had similarly resounding judges scoring the previous week at Paoli.