Today's News

  • PC second in triangular

    LEOPOLD—Dane Ransom won both throwing events to lead Perry Central to second place in a three-team boys track meet Tuesday.

    North Harrison won with 67 points. Perry Central scored 63 and Paoli 36.

    Ransom threw the shot 44 feet, 03⁄4 inch and the discus 126 feet, 7 inches for his blue ribbons.

    The only other individual event the Commodores won was the pole vault.

    Ian Bashor won it by clearing 11 feet, 6 inches and teammate Neal Schwartz was second at 11-0.

  • Huber, Schwartz propel PC to tie for first place

    LEOPOLD—Jessica Huber and Lavina Schwartz each won two individual events and a relay as Perry Central tied North Harrison for first place in a girls triangular track meet Tuesday.

    The Commodores and Cougars each scored 72 points. Paoli was third with 21.

    Huber won the 100-meter intermediate hurdles in 17.25 seconds and the 300 low hurdles in 52.90.

    She teamed with Megan Hedinger, Kaitlyn Poehlein and Deidra Dickerson to win the 1600 relay in 4:48.72.

    Schwartz won the 1600 run in 6:03.38 and the 3200 in 13:12.91.

  • Cannelton loses 3 games

    CANNELTON—Crawford County amassed seven extra-base hits in a 17-5 baseball victory over Cannelton Monday.

    The Wolfpack outhit Cannelton only 11-10 overall, but Cannelton had only two extra-base hits, doubles by Ethan Patton and Ethan Herzog.

    The Wolfpack also took advantage of seven Cannelton errors, seven walks, and two hit batsmen.

    Jordan Mattingly pitched the first two innings for Cannelton to take the loss. He walked three and struck out two.

    Cody Lawalin went 3 for 3 to lead Cannelton hitters. Herzog added two hits.

  • Corydon routs Commodores

    LEOPOLD—Corydon amassed 13 hits, including seven for extra bases, to beat Perry Central 13-2 in baseball Tuesday.

    Perry Central had only three hits—a double and single by DeeJay Shaw and a double by Seth Raetz.

    The Commodores scored both their runs in the third inning on Shaw’s single to right field after Brad Barnes walked and Raetz doubled to left-center.

    In the first inning Shaw’s double put runners on second and third with two outs. But a ground out ended the inning.

  • TC golf team lacks depth

    TELL CITY—Every player’s score will count in every match for Tell City’s golf team this season.

    Most regular-season matches allow teams to play six golfers and count the best four scores. And most tourneys are play five, count four. But Tell City has only four boys on its roster.

    “I had to have the guys on the team recruit another student to give us four,” said new coach Keith Feldpausch.

    There are three juniors and one freshman on the team.

  • Full text of Tell City Guardsmen complaint as refiled in Houston court

    Case 4:10-cv-01044 Document 1 Filed in TXSD on 03/31/10


  • Good Friday crash claims life on IN-37

    ST. CROIX - A Birdseye man was killed Friday morning after apparently falling asleep behind the wheel, triggering a collision with an oncoming truck and trailer on Indiana 37 north of Interstate 64.

    According to Indiana State Police, Leslie Deel, 30, was traveling north on Indiana 37 and was nearing the Perry County-Crawford County line around 5:40 a.m. when his red 1992 Isuzu pickup crossed into the oncoming lane of travel.

  • Soldiers' sodium-dichromate lawsuit refiled

    TELL CITY - A battle that was to have occurred next month in an Evansville courtroom over whether a military contractor was responsible for local soldiers' exposure to a deadly chemical will take place in Houston, Texas approximately a year from now.

  • Nice to meet you, Peter Cottontail

    South Perry Head Start students Heaven Wright, above, and Gavin Kendall, next photo, joined more than a dozen other classmates in Sunset Park Thursday for an Easter-egg hunt and meet-and-greet with none other than the Easter bunny.

  • Saturday's census festival includes parade

    TELL CITY — Just about everyone loves a parade and the one scheduled for Saturday in downtown Tell City will not only offer a fun time, but share an important message. Turning in those yet-to-be-mailed census forms is very important to the entire community.