Today's News

  • Tecumseh outshoots PC girls

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central hit only 25.6 percent from the field in a 45-38 girls basketball loss to Tecumseh Thursday.
    “We didn’t shoot very well and they shot outstanding,” said Perry Central Coach Bill Dickerson.
    He added, “We didn’t play bad defense—(Tecumseh guard Hailey) Menke just couldn’t miss. They got behind us a few times, but she made some tough shots.”
    Menke hit three three-point shots and was 5 for 5 at the free-throw line as she finished with a game-high 22 points.

  • Tell City goes cold at end

    DUBOIS—Northeast Dubois capitalized on offensive rebounds and Tell City turnovers to outscore the Marksmen 17-2 in the last quarter and beat them 51-34 in girls basketball Thursday.
    “We played OK for three quarters,” said Tell City Coach John Lyons. “We were behind by only two points, 34-32, at the end of the third quarter.
    “Then in the fourth quarter they pressed and we threw the ball away a lot.

  • Jasper sinks Tell City

    TELL CITY—Each team won six events but Jasper took more second through fifth places to beat Tell City 106-79 in girls swimming Thursday.

  • Rappites’ three-point shots bury Bulldogs

    NEW HARMONY—New Harmony hit 12 three-point shots in routing Cannelton 92-56 in boys basketball Friday.
    “They were wide open on all 12 of their three-pointers,” said Cannelton Coach Brian Garrett. “Everybody’s a good shooter when you stand out there and let them shoot.
    “We’re not going to be able to outscore anybody—we can’t beat somebody 96-92. So we’ve got to learn to play defense. And that’s all we’ve been working on the last week.

  • Southridge’s inside duo dominates TC

    Sports Editor
    TELL CITY—Area basketball observers knew Southridge had a dominant big man in 6-foot-6 senior Austin Rasche.

  • Holiday season thank-yous

    By VINCE LUECKE, Editor

    Thanksgiving may have passed but the occasions for giving thanks and helping others continue.

    Lest the holidays pass by too soon, which they always seem to, here are a few rounds of applause I would like to deliver and a reminder of the need to reach out to others.

    Last week’s funeral for Barry Jarvis was a moving event for me. I did not know the fallen soldier but I heard from former classmates who admired how he found meaning and purpose by serving in our nation’s military.

  • EDITORIAL: Others die so we might live

    Patriots rose to the occasion last week, mustering from homes and farms to honor the life of a fallen brother.

    They lined Tell City’s streets Thursday as the cortege carrying the flag-draped coffin of Barry Jarvis made its slow journey to Deer Creek Church. Students, store workers, old men and women, even preschool students stood outside, watching and weeping. Many held flags and placed hands over their hearts.

  • Legion karaoke contest ends Friday

    TELL CITY – Tell City American Legion Post 213 is sponsoring a karaoke contest that will conclude Friday night with a final judging performance.

    To qualify for the final judging, contestants must have appeared four out of the 13 weeks. Special awards will be given for perfect attendance. Judging will be by members of local bands.

    Cash prizes will also be given out.

    Doors will open at 6 p.m. with qualifying starting at 7. Cover charge is $2 per person. A cash bar and grill will be open at 6 p.m.

  • Orscheln’s toy drive ends Wednesday

    TELL CITY – Orscheln Farm and Home Store will sponsor a toy drive for Toys for Tots.

    Take new toys to the Orscheln store as a donation by Wednesday to ensure the kids get them for Christmas.

    For more information, call 547-7444.

  • Optimist blanket drive under way

    TELL CITY – The 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 German American location in Tell City, the Evangelical United Church of Christ or St. Paul Catholic Church.

    Boxes will be in place until Dec. 18. Items will be distributed by Catholic Charities.