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Today's News

  • Tell City boys fourth in PAC

    TELL CITY—Nick Bower and Justin Peter each won one individual event and a relay to lead Tell City to fourth place in the PAC boys swim meet Saturday.

    Bower won the 50-yard freestyle in 24.44 seconds.

    Peter won the 100 backstroke in 1:01.49.

    They teamed with Trevor Nelson and Greg Clayton to win the 400 free relay in 3:44.53.

    Clayton placed second in the 200 free in 2:04.73 and the 500 free in 5:43.45.

    Nelson, Bower, Clayton and Jerry Ammon took second in the 200 free relay in 1:41.64.

  • TC wrestlers 6th in PAC

    LINCOLN CITY—A.J. Flynn and Dylan Froehlich won individual titles as Tell City finished sixth in the PAC wrestling tourney Saturday.

    The Marksmen scored 131 points, one behind fifth-place South Spencer.

    They were shorthanded due to injuries to Eric Sabelhaus and Dustin Gould.

    Two other starters, Jessie Lawalin and Matt Sabelhaus, had to sit out because it was discovered they had too many weigh-ins for the season after competing in a reserve tourney at the start of the season.

  • Cannelton girls win 2 of 3

    CANNELTON—Brooke Powers and Nakaa Myers each scored 11 points as Cannelton beat Portland Christian 57-41 in girls basketball Saturday.

    Sarah Powers, Payton Reed and Sammie James each added nine points to the Bulldogs’ balanced attack.

    James grabbed 10 rebounds, Myers nine, Brooke Powers seven, and Jaci Garrett and Whitney Nugent six apiece.

    Garrett also had four assists.

  • Jeeps outshoot Commodores

    DUBOIS—Northeast Dubois hit its first four shots of the third quarter to pull away to a 66-48 girls basketball win over Perry Central Saturday.

    Perry Central trailed by only two points late in the second quarter but then committed a turnover that led to a basket for the Jeeps to end the half.

    “We lost a little momentum off that,” said Perry Central Coach Bill Dickerson.

    The Jeeps then came out hot to start the third quarter while the Commodores missed their first four shots of that period.

  • Vikings shut down Tell City

    POSEYVILLE—North Posey held Tell City to two field goals in the second half and beat the Marksmen 62-31 in PAC girls basketball Saturday.

    Tell City trailed only 30-24 at halftime but went cold in the second half.

    The Marksmen hit 31.4 percent from the field for the game and took 21 fewer shots than the Vikings, who hit 46.4 percent.

    The Vikings outrebounded Tell City 35-20 and committed 10 fewer turnovers than the Marksmen to account for the difference in shot totals.

  • Icy roads lead to postponements

    PERRY COUNTY—Most sports events involving Perry County teams Monday and Tuesday were postponed due to icy roads.

    Tell City’s boys basketball game with Hancock County, scheduled Tuesday, has been rescheduled for this Friday, with the junior varsity game starting at 6 p.m.

    The Tell City at Perry Central girls basketball game, postponed Monday for the second time, has been rescheduled for next Monday, Feb. 2, with the JV game starting at 6 p.m.

  • Bills propose school mergers

    PERRY COUNTY – A bill introduced into the Indiana General Assembly Thursday would, if enacted, force any school with a student population of less than 500 to consolidate with another in the same county, threatening an independence Cannelton City Schools has fought to maintain.

    Bolstered by recommendations from a committee on local-government reform he formed in 2007, Gov. Mitch Daniels has been urging the consolidation of schools as a method of saving public funds.

  • Nord presentation canceled

    TELL CITY – A presentation by speaker Keith Nord scheduled for today at Tell City High School has been canceled. Renaissance sponsor Amy Kehl said it was canceled because of the incoming weather and they are trying to reschedule the event.

     

  • SWCD annual meeting postponed to Feb. 3

    BRISTOW – Wintry weather has caused the postponement of Tuesday evening’s annual meeting in Bristow of the Perry County Soil and Water Conservation District. The meeting has been rescheduled for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3, at the Bristow Community Center.

     

  • Girl Scout Cookies not affected by peanut-butter salmonella warning

    NEW YORK – Neither of the two licensed bakers affiliated with producing Girl Scout cookies, ABC Interbake or Little Brownie Bakers, get their peanut butter from the supplier involved in current peanut-butter warnings.

    The Food and Drug Administration and other regulatory agencies have indicated that Peanut Corporation of America is the focus of their investigation concerning a recent salmonella outbreak thought to be caused by tainted peanut butter.

    The company does not supply peanut butter used in any variety of Girl Scout cookies.