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Today's News

  • Holiday Spirit
  • Stroke screenings Monday

    TELL CITY – Stroke Detection Plus is coming back to Tell City Monday to do stroke and vascular disease screenings.

    This will be the third screening in Tell City in a year. In the previous two times the group has been to Tell City, they screened 98 members of the community. Of those 98 people, 11 people were sent to their doctors for follow-up concerns.

    Screenings will be done from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. that day at Evangelical United Church of Christ in Tell City.  Call (877) 732-8258 to make an appointment.

  • Readers report scam letters, e-mails

    TELL CITY – The News received reports this week about e-mails and letters recipients are certain were attempts to scam them. The first, in the form of an e-mail, read as follows:

    Dear Sir:

    We are sorry for the delay in the delivery of your parcel. The parcel contain the following documents.

    1. A draft winning cheque in the amount of 800,560 British Pounds.

    2. Winnings certificate.

    3. Payment invoice

    Please contact Mr. Peterson Bola with the following information below.

    Pyramid Scam

  • Santa visiting Orscheln Saturday

    TELL CITY – Santa Claus will visit Orscheln Farm and Home Supply from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday to meet with children and pets. The public can take a picture with Santa for a $2 donation. Pictures will be available at Orscheln after Dec. 10.

  • Optimists collecting blankets until Dec. 19

    TELL CITY – Tell City Optimist Club members are sponsoring a blanket drive to help provide new blankets and throws for residents in need.

    Items can be dropped off at any First State Bank location in Tell City or Evangelical United Church of Christ.

    The deadline for dropping off blankets and throws is Dec. 19. Items will be distributed by Catholic Charities in time for Christmas.

  • Group seeks donations

    TELL CITY – Outreach to Teach has chosen Tell City High School as its project school to undergo minor repairs. The group is looking for volunteers and donations to do this project. Costs are estimated to be between $10,000 and $12,000 for materials.

    Monetary and material donations, including painting and cleaning supplies, landscaping and building materials and food to feed the volunteers are welcome.

  • Renaissance Olympics

    TELL CITY – Tell City High School’s Renaissance Leadership Class will host Renaissance Olympics at 6 p.m. Friday.

    Events include Nintendo Wii games of tennis, boxing, fencing, track and Mario Kart, X-Box Guitar Hero, pingpong, cornhole, euchre, tug of war, dodgeball and pie eating.  Competitors should meet in the high-school cafeteria.

    Concessions will be available and winners will be honored in a medal ceremony. The public is invited.

  • Marksmen hit FTs to hold off PC

    LEOPOLD—Tell City hit 8 of 10 free throws in the last 2:46 and beat Perry Central 72-66 in boys basketball Tuesday.

    Perry Central, which trailed by 13 points with 91⁄2 minutes left, pulled within five points on Alex Rogier’s three-pointer from the top of the key with 2:48 left.

    The Commodores would cut the margin to four points twice in the next 1:06, on Reuben A. Schwartz’s three-pointer from the corner and T.J. Lamon’s baseline drive.

  • Chinn, Tell City pull away from Bulldogs

    CANNELTON—Andy Chinn scored 30 points in the second half as Tell City pulled away from Cannelton for a 95-68 boys basketball victory Saturday.

    Chinn, a 5-foot-10 senior forward-guard, was held to two points on 1 for 7 field-goal shooting in the first half.

    That helped Cannelton hold the Marksmen’s lead to single digits most of that half.

    The Bulldogs pulled within six, 48-42, on Dillon Powers’ inside basket and free throw with 5:35 left in the third quarter.

  • Bulldogs defeat Eagles

    EVANSVILLE—Cannelton used three-point shooting to regain the lead in the second half and beat Evansville Day 64-56 in boys basketball Tuesday.

    Cannelton took the lead early, jumping ahead seven points in the first quarter.

    The Bulldogs still led 23-19 at halftime thanks mainly to Tyler Aud, who scored 13 of his game-high 20 points in that half.

    The Eagles broke through the Bulldogs’ defense in the third quarter, though, tying them with 1:06 left in the period.