Today's News

  • Marksmen to visit Titans

    FORT BRANCH—Gibson Southern’s up and down football team will host Tell City for a PAC game Friday at 7 p.m.

    The Titans are only 2-5 overall and 1-4 in the PAC. But they are coming off their first conference victory, a 35-6 win over Pike Central.

    And in the second week of the season they lost only 21-13 to South Spencer, which is currently ranked No. 2 in the Class 2A state coaches poll.


    “They really played South Spencer tough,” said Tell City offensive coordinator Art Schlichter after watching a videotape of that game.

  • Perry Central boys place 2nd in junior high state meet

    INDIANAPOLIS—Nathan Schwartz placed sixth to lead Perry Central to second place in the 31-team, small-school boys junior high cross country meet Saturday.

    South Knox won with 95 points. Perry Central was second with 120 and Hebron third with 135.

    Perry Central has a 90-1 record, as it had beaten every other opponent this season.

    Schwartz ran the course in 10:29.7.

    Other Perry Central scorers were Aaron Pierrard, 23rd in 10:52.7; Bryce Lain, 27th in 10:56.4; Andrew Huber, 42nd in 11:16.6; and Michael Schwartz, 44th in 11:19.8.

  • TC falls to Vikings, Wildcats

    JASPER—Tell City was unable to get many ace serves down in volleyball losses to North Posey Saturday and Jasper Tuesday.

    The Marksmen had only two aces in a 25-20, 22-25, 25-18, 25-11 PAC road loss to North Posey Saturday. And no one served more than one ace for them in a 25-15, 24-26, 25-15, 25-11 loss to Jasper Tuesday.

    Elizabeth Kohnert made 17 kills and six blocks against North Posey.

    McKenzie Hayes added five kills and six blocks and Mackenzie Weyer made seven blocks.

    Josalyn Ress had 15 assists and Hayes added 12.

  • Forest Park clips Commodores

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central had a balanced spiking attack but lost to Forest Park 25-20, 20-25, 25-22, 25-15 in volleyball Tuesday.

    Jessica Huber made 13 kills to lead Perry Central. Megan Hedinger added eight, Ashley Gengelbach seven, and Victoria Lutgring and Olivia Schroeder four apiece.

    Huber, Hedinger, Lutgring and Gengelbach each made two blocks.

    Aiding the hitters were Tessa Lynch with 15 assists, Jennifer Kemp with nine, and Sloan Harpenau seven.

    Hilarie Hahus served four aces and Lynch and Harpenau each added two.

  • Boonville tops Tell City in sectional

    NEWBURGH—Anjan Kashyab won in No. 1 singles, but Boonville won the other four matches to beat Tell City 4-1 in the semifinals of the Castle boys tennis sectional Saturday.

    Kashyab beat Preston Alstadt 6-2, 6-4.

    Kashyab thus advanced to the individual No. 1 singles sectional at Jasper, where he was scheduled to play Tyler Ritchie of Bosse Wednesday.

    The closest match Saturday was in No. 3 singles, where Boonville’s Zach Green edged Chris Kohnert 7-6 (8-6), 7-5.

    Brad Alstadt beat Greg Hollinden 6-0, 6-3 in No. 2 singles.

  • Tell City girls place 3rd at Dubois

    DUBOIS—Sarah Goffinet was the individual winner as Tell City placed third in the Northeast Dubois girls cross country invitational Tuesday.

    Bedford-North Lawrence won with 46 points. Jasper scored 96 and Tell City 108.

    “We are creeping closer to Jasper (a team the Marksmen could have to beat to qualify for the regional),” noted Tell City Coach Katie Chinn.

    Goffinet won in 20:13 and Andyn Rowe was 10th in 21:34.

  • Cannelton turned down for school stimulus funds

    CANNELTON - Cannelton City Schools Superintendent Al Chapman was disappointed, he said at a regular school-board meeting Sept. 24, that $1 million in stimulus funding he sought to help with planned construction work was disapproved.

    Several kinds of stimulus funding were available, he explained, and he had already reported some was approved that would fund new cafeteria equipment.

  • Ordinance could help city, traffic offenders

    CANNELTON - Cannelton city leaders will consider an ordinance at an upcoming meeting that would make violations of state laws punishable under local rules.

    Acting Police Chief Eric Dickenson said at regular meetings of the city's board of public works and safety and common council Sept. 14 the ordinance would help both the city and violators of traffic laws.

  • New Recruits train on the big river

    CANNELTON - The Ohio River became a real-life classroom last week for Indiana's next generation of conservation officers. This year's Department of Natural Resources Recruit Class learned about the Cannelton Locks and Dam and its role in Ohio River navigation.

    For some of the 24,  Wednesday and Thursday's training marked their first visit to southern Indiana. Despite the sunny skies overhead, recruits had little time for sightseeing.

  • Council honors five with Partners in Pride

    TELL CITY - Five property owners have been selected for September's Partners in Pride awards. Tell City's Common Council presents traveling yard signs to homeowners and businesses each month from spring to early fall.

    The awards recognize owners who take good care of their properties and make them assets to neighborhoods. September's awards went to:

    • At-large Councilman Tony Hollinden chose Rudolph Family Dentistry at 740 Ninth St.

    • Councilwoman Dianne Rudolph chose Bill and Dolores Goffinet's home at 126 12th St.