Today's News

  • Council denies trash request

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    CANNELTON – Cannelton Common Council members denied at a regular meeting Feb. 22 a request from city resident Karen Stonewall to have a trailer park she owns removed from the city’s trash-collection route.

    The park has six permanent and three camper trailers, Mayor Mary Snyder said. The park’s single water meter is the basis for the city’s trash-collection fee. Stonewall uses a contracted trash service, the mayor added.

  • High schools, Ivy Tech prepare local students for next steps

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Lynn Blinzinger, superintendent of the Tell City-Troy Township School Corp., touched on partnerships when he spoke as part of an educators panel Feb. 16.

    As the News reported March 1, the panel addressed community leaders gathered for the Perry County Development Corp. annual dinner meeting at the Hoosier Heights Country Club.

  • Jockeying for a takedown

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  • Cannelton 4th-grader hit by truck doing OK

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    CANNELTON – A 10-year-old girl struck by a vehicle on Taylor Street Friday night has made a steady recovery this week, a police officer who worked the accident said.

    According to Patrolman Micah Jackson, Ovie McMahan, 10, a fourth-grader at Myers Grade School, was making good progress in recovering from leg and head injuries.

    “She had a telephone conversation with teachers and her classmates at the school and could be coming home soon,” Jackson said Tuesday night.

  • Salvation Army accepts tornado aid

    PERRY COUNTY – “The emergency response for tornado disaster relief has been tremendous,” according to Rhonda Money, southern Indiana liaison for the Salvation Army. “People have been very generous with supplies and needs, so at this time The Salvation Army is only accepting monetary donations.”

  • Tell City falls to Rangers

    Sports Editor

    HUNTINGBURG—Forest Park’s three post players combined to hit 12 of 15 shots from the field in a 61-39 win over Tell City in the Class 2A boys basketball sectional semifinals Friday.

  • Walsh’s inside game too powerful for PC

    Sports Editor

    HUNTINGBURG—Tyler Walsh had 23 points and 14 rebounds in the second half as Mater Dei overtook Perry Central for a 51-46 Class 2A boys basketball sectional semifinal victory Friday.

  • PC rebounds to repel Vikings 60-55 in OT

    Sports Editor

    HUNTINGBURG—Any time Perry Central needed a big play Tanner Cassidy seemed to produce one to help the Commodores beat North Posey 60-55 in overtime in the first round of the Class 2A boys basketball sectional Wednesday.

  • Cook’s 37 points lift Cannelton to victory

    Sports Correspondent

    LYNNVILLE—Brandon Cook scored 37 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter, to lead Cannelton past New Harmony 68-64 in the Class A boys basketball sectional semifinals Friday.

  • COLUMN: Help shape our city’s future

    By BARBARA EWING, Mayor of Tell City

    Greetings from the Tell City mayor’s office. Coach Paul Bryant once said, “No coach has ever won a game by what he knows, it’s what his players know that counts.”

    Within our community, I believe, as mayor, we have the people, the skills, the resources and the materials to create a positive change in Tell City! It is for this reason that Tell City is reaching out to its citizens and all citizens of Perry County for help in developing a comprehensive plan for the Tell City community.