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Today's News

  • Weyer double tennis winner

    TELL CITY—Liv Weyer of Ferdinand was a double winner in the Schweizer Fest tennis tourney last weekend.

    The former Forest Park star won the women’s singles title in straight sets and teamed with her cousin, Tell City tennis coach Nick Weyer, to win the mixed doubles tourney.

    A Tell City mother-daughter team, Joyce Stath and Bethany Peter, won the women’s doubles title. They beat Alexis Braun and Kelly Hubert of Tell City 6-2, 6-2 in the finals.

  • Tell City fall schedules

    Varsity Football

    August

    14    Crawford County Scrimmage    T    7:00

    21    Mount Vernon    T    7:00

    28    Heritage Hills    H    7:00

    September

      4    South Spencer    T    7:00

    11    Pike Central    T    7:00

    18    Perry Central    H    7:00

  • Perry Central fall schedules

    Boys Varsity Football

    August

    14    Clarksville    T    6:00

    21    Corydon Central    H    7:00

    29    South Decatur    T    4:00

    September

      4    Crawford County    T    7:00

    11    West Washington    H    7:00

    18    Tell City    T    7:00

  • News needs help identifying diaper-derby baby's daddy

     

  • Grant will remedy Pestalozzi drainage woe

    TELL CITY - A ditch eating away at the yards of some residents living near Pestalozzi Street and Windy Creek will be repaired and stormwater diverted under a $483,352 grant awarded last week to Tell City.

    Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman announced Wednesday that Tell City and 20 other Hoosier communities will receive grants totaling $20,116,869 for stormwater-improvement projects. Funds come through the federal Community Development Block Grant Program and will aid economic recovery after natural disasters that hit the state last year.

  • TCHS band kicks off season

    TROY - This is a really fun year to work on the Tell City Marching Marksmen's show, Davey Hebeisen said July 31 at a kickoff party for the upcoming season.

    His description of the show, and the excitement in his voice as he described it, will be the last memory students have of the 1988 TCHS graduate who lived in San Francisco, but made frequent trips to help the band he loved.

    He died of an aneurism two days after the kickoff.

  • Schweizer Fest Adventures
  • School staff to coordinate math, literacy

    TELL CITY - Chris Hollinden and Kim Strobel have been designated math and literacy coordinators, respectively, to help kindergarten through ninth-grade students in the Tell City-Troy Township School Corp.

    William Tell Elementary School Assistant Principal Kim Waninger explained the pair will coordinate curricula between grade levels to ensure teachers use the same terminology and various concepts a student needs to know don't have to be retaught.

  • July a record month at library

    TELL CITY - Tell City-Perry County Public Library saw several records broken in July, Larry Oathout told board members during their regular meeting Wednesday.

    The library director pointed out to board members that 2,696 adult-fiction books were checked out along with 484 CDs and 619 magazines. Oathout said he was amazed at the number of people checking out magazines but one board member pointed out people are probably canceling their own subscriptions to save money.

  • School board approves hirings ahead of new year

    CANNELTON - Twenty-six children were already signed up for an after-school program promoting healthy third- through sixth-grade minds and bodies set to begin with the start of classes Tuesday, Cannelton Elementary Principal Ginger reported at a regular school-board meeting July 30.

    She also said the Schergens Foundation provided $2,000 to upgrade classroom door locks.

    "We appreciate their support in this project that aligns with our school-improvement plan," Conrad said.