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Today's News

  • Breakfast with Peter Cottontail, egg hunts mark Easter's arrival

    Easter Bunny guest of honor at breakfast

    TELL CITY - Perry County Junior Women will sponsor Breakfast with the Easter Bunny from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Schergens Center in Tell City.

    The public can visit with the Easter Bunny and enjoy doughnuts, milk, juice, games, crafts and door prizes. The group will also register children for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.

    Church invites public to Saturday's egg hunt

  • Offices closed Friday

    PERRY COUNTY - Most local and state offices will be closed all or portions of Friday in observance of Good Friday. All Tell City offices in Tell City will close at noon Friday. However, the Tell City Electric Department will be closed all day.

  • Auditions April 17 for arts association's vocal contest

    PERRY COUNTY - The Tell City Regional Arts Association is announcing a singing competition called Shoot for the Stars. The competition will be held during the association's Music in the Park series, held May through September.

    The kick-off Music in the Park concert is Friday, May 15, with the rest of the series held on the third Sunday afternoon of the month.

    The competition is open to all ages, though contestants must be non-professional singers and live in the counties of Perry, Spencer or Hancock.

  • FOP bringing Kelly Miller circus to town April 25

    Everyone loves a circus and for the second time in three years, the Kelly Miller Circus is coming to Tell City.

    Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 137 is sponsoring the April 25 circus. Two shows are planned, at 2 and 5:30 p.m., on city-owned lots near the intersection of Seventh and Humboldt streets.

    The public is invited to watch animals being unloaded and fed the morning of the 25th, with activities beginning at 7:30 a.m. Elephants will raise the big top around 9. Guides will be furnished for anyone who wants to watch.

  • Sun shines on nursery's opening

    TELL CITY - The sun came out and the temperature warmed April 1, making opening day for The Greenhouse one that inspired springtime activities like planting.

    In actuality, nine greenhouses have sprouted over recent months at the nursery's location at the north end of Tell City, but collectively they carry the singular name. Manager Lorna Garrett listed annuals, perennials, ferns, grasses, herbs, shrubs and roses, and vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers and cabbages among plant offerings, and said the business also offers birdbaths, fountains and statues.

  • New family restaurant promises fresh flavors

    ECKERTY - The dinner bell is ringing loudly at the Schwartz Family Restaurant, located five miles north of Interstate 64 on Indiana 37.

    The restaurant opened April 1 and as of Saturday was bustling with diners.

    "We use a lot of home-grown vegetables and fruits," said Joseph Schwartz, who operates the restaurant with wife, Edna, and an extended family of cooks and servers. Guests choose their meals cafeteria-style, with choices of meats, vegetables, breads and desserts.

  • Sobriety checkpoint Saturday

    PERRY COUNTY - Troopers from the Indiana State Police Jasper Post will conduct a sobriety checkpoint at an undisclosed location in Perry County Saturday.

    Drivers passing through the checkpoint area should have their licenses and registrations ready to present to troopers and will only be detained briefly while troopers determine whether further investigation is necessary.

  • Tell City-Perry County Public Library closer to setting behavioral policy

    TELL CITY - In response to noise complaints, Tell City-Perry County Public Library Director Larry Oathout compiled a behavioral policy and presented it to board members Wednesday.

    This is an accumulation of five or six policies from around the state that addresses several items including cell-phone usage in the library, he told members.

  • Swiss Plywood machinery on the move
  • Cannelton stumbles against Vikings, Rebels

    CANNELTON—Cannelton’s hitting improved after its first game, but the Bulldogs still lost a baseball doubleheader to Barr-Reeve Saturday and a single game to South Spencer Tuesday.

    Kyle Survance and Justin Stoll combined to pitch a five-inning no-hitter as Barr-Reeve shut out the Bulldogs 17-0 in Saturday’s first game.

    Survance struck out five and walked one in four innings. He also hit a home run to provide all the offense he would need.