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Today's News

  • Daugherty-Cannon

    Christian Cannon and Megan Daugherty were united in marriage on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in Princeton, Ky. The bride is the daughter of Jeff Daugherty and the late Sheila (Melberg) Daugherty of Princeton and the granddaughter of Marietta Melberg and the late Herbert Melberg of Tell City.

    The groom is the son of Michael and Charity Cannon of Princeton.

  • Leopold 175th Celebration

    Leopold… a community built on faith, family and hard work. Founded in 1842 by a missionary priest, it boasts a rich history and a proud citizenry which continues to honor their ancestors’ dreams of freedom and independence.

  • Tinch wins tae kwan do tourney in Texas

    ALLEN, Texas— Kendra Tinch won four ribbons, including two first places, in the 15-17 age group of the Texas Twister tae kwan do tourney Aug. 13.

  • Tell City girls fall to Titans 3-0

    FORT BRANCH—Tell City lost to Gibson Southern’s JV team 3-0 in girls soccer Thursday, but Tell City Coach Kelsey Henrickson was encouraged that her team was on offense more.
    “We played on our offensive end the majority of the game, which was refreshing to see,” said Henrickson. “Our passing continues to get better every game.
    “Grace Gehlhausen, Jenna Coyle and Brea Haller all had a great game.”
    Tell City, 0-7, will end its season by visiting Boonville next Monday at 7:30 p.m.

  • City needs to leave women’s field alone

    A rumor circulated in July that the Tell City Parks Board planned to turn the 300-foot field the Tell City Women’s Softball League plays on into another 200-foot youth field and do away with the women’s league.
    The rumor said that the women would be told that they could go play in Evanston, where the men’s league that formerly played in Tell City now resides (with 11 teams, its most in decades).

  • West Washington tops Perry Central

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central made only one block in a 22-25, 25-9, 25-19, 25-14 PLAC volleyball loss to West Washington Thursday.
    Terissa Roark made nine kills for Perry Central and Maria Hubert and Bree Noland each added four.
    Addy Davis had 19 assists.
    Maddie Labhart made 13 digs, Brooke Lasher 10, Courtney Berger eight, and Madelyn Steen six for the Commodores.
    Berger went 18 for 18 serving with three aces. Lasher added two aces.
    Perry Central fell to 6-14 overall, 2-2 in the PLAC. West Washington improved to 1-1 in the conference.

  • Braves win last 3 sets to nip Tell City

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Tell City had trouble handling Tecumseh’s hard hits the last three games and lost 20-25, 19-25, 25-16, 25-20, 15-13 in PAC volleyball Thursday.
    The match started promisingly for the Marksmen as they made at least nine kills in the first game and never trailed in it.
    Kammie Jo Hayes served six consecutive points to put the Marksmen in control of the second game 15-8. They led by at least five the rest of that game.

  • Boonville defeats Tell City

    By MIKE SPRAGUE
    Sports Correspondent

    BOONVILLE—Tell City lost three fumbles in a in a 42-14 football loss to Boonville Friday.
    The Marksmen fumbled on their second play from scrimmage. Boonville picked up the loose ball and returned it 26 yards to the Marksmen’s 3-yard line.
    Boonville tailback Luke Conner scored on the next play.
    Tell City Coach Josh Teague said, ”The first fumble on the first drive really hurt us, but like anything in life you have to overcome it. We didn’t come ready to play.”

  • Defense, Wright’s runs carry Perry Central past Tecumseh

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LYNNVILLE—Creek Wright ran for 225 yards and Perry Central played its best defensive game to beat Tecumseh 28-7 in football Friday.
    Ian Seim scored Tecum-seh’s only touchdown on a 36-yard run on a counter play with 7:57 left in the second quarter.
    The Braves gained only 90 total yards on their other 29 rushing plays, though. And they completed only 9 of 23 passes for 88 yards, with most of the completions being short screen plays.

  • Tell City man jailed after fleeing police, ramming trooper’s car

    PERRY COUNTY – An attempt to pull over a wanted Tell City man early Saturday resulted in a lengthy vehicle pursuit and suspect in jail.

    Around 12:40 a.m. Saturday, Trooper Jeremy Galloway was patrolling Ninth Street in Tell City when he watched a 2009 Pontiac G6 disregard a stop sign at Ninth and Steuben streets. Galloway recognized the vehicle as that belonging to 30-year-old Blake Hensley of Tell City, state police staid. Galloway knew that Hensley had an active arrest warrant through Warrick County for battering a police officer.