Today's News

  • Elementary principal suspended

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    TELL CITY - William Tell Elementary School Principal Sara Maas “is on administrative leave at this time,” according to Laura Noble,  assistant to the superintendent for the Tell City-Troy Township School Corp.

    As The News reported in May, Maas replaced Noble as principal as the current school year began.

    Noble said the duration of Maas’ leave is unknown, but is “pending further investigation and review.”

  • Wildcats block Perry Central

    LEOPOLD—Jasper used strong blocking and digging to hold Perry Central to fewer kills than normal and beat the Commodores 25-8, 25-20, 25-14 in volleyball Thursday.

  • Mater Dei defeats Marksmen

    EVANSVILLE—Poor passing hurt Tell City in a 21-25, 25-17, 25-12, 25-19 volleyball loss to Mater Dei Thursday.
    “Our passing was bad,” said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes. “And when our passes and sets were there, our hitting was off.
    “They served really well and they just took us totally out of our offense. They’re a good team.”
    McKenzie Hayes made 17 kills and two blocks to lead Tell City.
    Devin Marchand added seven kills and Stori Beard made five.
    Charissa Lahee had 11 assists and Hayes added eight.

  • Pike Central may be looking to leave PAC

    The Pocket Athletic Conference lost one football team after the 2007-08 school year, when Tecumseh decided the play an independent football schedule but remain in the PAC in all other sports.

  • Vikings top Tell City

    POSEYVILLE—Colton Motz completed 18 of 23 passes, including four for touchdowns, as North Posey beat Tell City 42-21 in PAC football Friday.

  • Six turnovers help PC blank Mitchell

    MITCHELL—Perry Central forced six Mitchell turnovers as it shut out the Bluejackets 21-0 in PLAC football Friday.

  • Suffering under drought

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    The past three months have been dry as a bone and while I hear that most farmers are harvesting decent-sized crops this fall, the combination of a lack of rain and hot temperatures has taken their toll.

    It’s a disappointing end to what had been until late July quite a good growing season. Corn crops planted early fared OK but soybeans that mature later in the summer were nipped by the lack of rain and worst hit perhaps are hayfields and pastures. Both have withered to the point that once-green fields are khaki.  

  • EDITORIAL: Our gifts to United Way help in many ways

    United Way of Perry County’s yearly funding drive is under way. The success of the group’s efforts depends on each of us. This year’s campaign hopes to raise $125,000 for support groups that provide a wide range of services within our community

  • PCMH to hold annual holiday bazaar raffle

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will hold its annual Holiday Bazaar Raffle.

    A handcrafted solid walnut blanket chest will be raffled off during a Nov. 4 drawing at the end of the bazaar at the hospital.

    Tickets will be sold for $1 each or six for $5. Tickets can be purchased at the Perry County Memorial Hospital Gift Shop, or from any auxiliary member.

  • Memory Walk walkers needed

    PERRY COUNTY – The Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk is approaching fast and more walkers are needed to support the cause.

    The Alzheimer’s Association invites the public to join the annual Tri-County Memory Walk, Saturday at Tell City Junior-Senior High School. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the walk will start at 9.