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Today's News

  • Church News; July 23

    Gospel Tabernacle to host week-long church camp

    CANNELTON – Gospel Tabernacle Church will host its 43rd annual Victory Valley Church Camp Sunday, July 26 through Friday, July 31.

    Camp meetings will open at 6:30 p.m. Sunday evening, with the Farmer Family Singers.

    Monday, Tuesday and Thursday meetings will begin at 7 p.m., with special guest speakers each night.

    The Wednesday service will begin at 6 p.m. and will include songs, skits, Bible-themed games and a hot dog roast.

  • Thoughts from the pulpit

    By  Pastor Charles  Areson

    Tell City First Church of the Nazarene

     

    In Romans 8:28, Paul says God will cause all things to work together for good, for those who love him and are called by him. Notice Paul did not say everything was good. It isn’t. Some things in life are terrible, or to use a highly spiritual term, “they stink.” OK, maybe it isn’t a spiritual term, but it’s true. The key in this scripture is that God works all of our life, the good, the bad, and even the boring together for good. 

  • The Hauensteins: Tell City’s urban outfitters for more than a century

    By VINCE LUECKE

    Editor

     

    For nearly 150 years, Tell City’s Hauenstein family has outfitted Tell Citians, first with finely crafted saddles, bridles and harnesses and later with clothing. Hauenstein’s doors remain open today at Main and Franklin streets, providing a hometown-owned source for mens and boys clothing, shoes and outerwear.

  • Let’s celebrate our schools

    SEAN RISSE

    GUEST COLUMNIST

     

    Which school is better? I am often asked this question from friends and family. I suppose many get caught up in the rivalry and others see my connections with both school districts. 

  • Long-gone Adyeville chapel had rich history

    Vince Luecke

    Editor

    editor@perry countynews.com

     

    I made mention a couple of months ago of local historian Tony Collignon’s desire to find out more about a late-1800s Catholic chapel in the Adyeville area that went by the name of St. Jude Thaddeus. Tony had the dates of when he thought the chapel was open and he had shared emails with the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, but he had no substantive information on the chapel. He did not have to wait long for an answer.

  • Our View: Troy Town Board: Don’t fall asleep at the wheel

    Just a few blocks from the rising Ohio River, Troy Town council members continue to paddle around their own turbulent waters. Meanwhile, residents and current and potential business interests are waiting, watching and taking note.

    The board – and town staff – have struggled through several challenges over the past year. In February, Bret Kleeman was appointed to replace John Mathena, who resigned in January.

  • Sports Notes; July 20

    Tell City football camp for grades 7-8 underway

     

    TELL CITY – Tell City seventh- and eighth-grade boys football programs will host a football camp today through Thursday from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Participants should meet at Legion Field each day. A physical is required in order to participate.

    For more information, send email to Neal Stahly  at neal.stahly@tellcity.k12.in.us.

     

    Youth football registration set

     

  • Cash Waggner clinches women’s season crown

    TELL CITY – Playing shorthanded, Cash Waggner still won both its games Thursday to claim the Tell City Women’s Softball League regular-season title Thursday.

    Cash Waggner beat Alpine 23-2 and EverBody’s Fitness Center 12-2 to finish the season 7-0.

    Cash Waggner’s other game with Alpine this season was rained out in the first inning and not completed because it would not affect the final standings.

  • Former Tell City star still has love for the game

    By ZANE CLODFELTER

    Sports Editor

     

    EVANSVILLE – Tell City native Andy Brunner can thank his parents, John and Jenny, for getting him involved with sports.

    With his parents’ support, Brunner played sports throughout his childhood, becoming a three-sport athlete for the Marksmen; playing football, basketball and baseball all four years of high school before graduating in 2009.

  • Stepping Stones now enrolling for 3-year-old class

    LEOPOLD – Stepping Stones Preschool is accepting registrations for students in the 3-year-old preschool class for the 2015-16 school year beginning Monday, Aug. 31.

    Students 3 years old have an option of attending classes from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Monday and Wednesday for $65 per month or Monday, Wednesday and Thursday for $80 per month. Children must be 3 years old by December 2015 and must be fully potty trained. Extended childcare hours, from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m., will be available for an additional fee.