Today's News

  • Rebels oust PC in 4 games

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Alix Stoermer made 17 kills and four blocks and served three aces as South Spencer beat Perry Central 25-19, 18-25, 25-21, 26-24 in a first-round volleyball sectional match Tuesday.
    Stoermer’s serving helped turn the first game in the Rebels’ favor.
    The score was tied 13-13 before a bad Perry Central hit gave the Rebels the lead. Stoermer then served five consecutive points to put them up 19-13.

  • Tell City girls 6th, Perry Central 7th

    Sports Editor

    JASPER—Perry Central’s Elizabeth Dauby placed in the top 10 for the fourth year in a row, but neither Perry County team qualified for the regional at the girls cross country sectional Saturday.
    Tell City finished sixth with 160 points and Perry Central seventh with 161 among eight complete teams.
    The top five teams and the top 10 individuals not on those teams qualified for the regional, to be held at Crawford County Saturday at 10:45 a.m.

  • Marksmen claim 5th sectional in row

    Sports Editor

    JASPER—All seven Tell City runners placed in the top 14 of a 78-man race as the Marksmen won their boys cross country sectional by 61 points Saturday.
    Tell City scored 33 points. Jasper was second in the 11-team field with 94.
    Perry Central finished eighth with 195 and Cannelton 11th with 345.
    The sectional title was Tell City’s fifth in a row and 14th in team history.
    How dominant were the Marksmen? They could have sat out their top two runners and still won by 43 points.

  • Catholic Charities’ ‘Taste & Share’ benefit Nov. 11

    TELL CITY – Join Catholic Charities for the second annual Taste & Share on Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Schergens Center in Tell City. 

  • Miller – Morris

    Dean Morris and Teena O’Neal Miller announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

    The future bride is the daughter of Vordra Bubbie and Betty O’Neal of Bolivar, Tenn.

    She attended Cannelton High School and is employed at WGS in Tell City.

    Mr. Morris is the son of Betty Morris of Tell City and late Billie Morris. He is a graduate of Tell City High School and is employed at WGS in Tell City.

    The couple will be joined in marriage in a 3 p.m. ceremony Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Tell City American Legion.

  • Miller – James

    Emily Miller and Kyle James were married in a 1:30 p.m. double-ring ceremony May 27, 2017, at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Leopold.

    The wedding was officiated by Father Brian Esarey.

    The bride, the daughter of Cliff and Jane Miller of Tell City, was given in marriage by her father. The groom is the son of Larry and Marlene James of Leopold.

    Maid of honor was Claire Wilcher, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Rebecca Alvey, friend of the bride; Rachel Pitts, friend of the bride; and Sarah Miller, sister of the bride.

  • Parish mission starts Monday

    ST. MEINRAD – Fr. Jim Sichko will host a parish mission for St. Boniface and St. Meinrad parishes Monday through Wednesday, Oct. 16-18.

    Each one-hour session begins at 6:30 p.m. at St. Meinrad Church. The Wednesday evening session will be for all Faith Formation classes and parents.

    There is no charge to attend any of the sessions.

    Fr. Jim uses real-life experiences, tied to the Gospel message, that speak to all members of the family. 

  • Abbey to host piano, violin concert

    ST. MEINRAD – A free concert featuring piano and violin will be held on Sunday, Oct. 22, at 3 p.m.  in the theater in St. Bede Hall, on the Saint Meinrad Archabbey campus.

    Violinist Aaron Boaz and pianist Krista Wallace-Boaz will perform works by Mozart, Brahms and Debussy, as well as by John Williams, Amy Beach and John Morris.

  • Church News; Oct. 12

    Branchville UMC 200-year celebration Sunday


    BRANCHVILLE – Branchville United Methodist Church will celebrate its 200th anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 15. The congregation will hold its regular worship service at 9:30 a.m. with a meal to follow. Everyone is welcome to attend.


    D of I shower donations due Sunday


  • Students rooted in growing STEM

    Higher concepts of learning driven by a student-driven initiatives in science, technology, engineering and math are feature components of a newly opened tech-based exhibit at William Tell Elementary. On Sept. 14, STEM City at that school was officially dedicated.