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Today's News

  • Menus Week of Jan. 26 – 30

    *Breakfasts served with juice and milk, lunches served with milk.

    PERRY CENTRAL SCHOOLS

    Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will be offered as third choice. Salads on Monday, Wednesday; subs on Tuesday, Thursday.

    Monday: BREAKFAST - Sausage bagel LUNCH - Country fried steak sandwich, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans and pears.

    Tuesday: BREAKFAST - Blueberry muffin LUNCH - Chicken patty on a bun, french fries and peaches.

  • Tell City’s Kinney named to Austin Peay fall dean’s list

    CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Austin Peay State University recently recognized students who have shown a commitment to academic excellence, earning a fall 2014 semester grade-point average of 3.5 or greater, with placement on the dean’s list.

    Jessica Kinney of Tell City was among those honored.

  • Saint Meinrad Archabbey plans open house for Feb. 8

    ST. MEINRAD – In celebration of the Year of Consecrated Life, and in conjunction with religious communities across the country, the monastic community of Saint Meinrad Archabbey  is hosting an open house on Sunday, Feb. 8,  from 1 to 3 p.m.

    Monks will lead tours of the public areas of the monastic house, as well as tours of the sacristy, the Archabbey Church and the monastic Chapter Room. Tours will begin at the Archabbey Guest House and Retreat Center.

  • Community Events; Jan. 22

    Horseman’s club schedules winter euchre games

     

    TELL CITY – The Southern Indiana Horseman’s Club will host euchre games throughout winter.

    The next games will be held Saturday, Jan. 24. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and games will begin at 7 p.m. Cost is $5 at the door and 25 cents per euchre game.

    Chili, hot dogs, desserts, coffee, sodas and water will be available.

    No smoking is permitted in the building. All games are open to the public ages 16 and older.

  • William Tell Elementary announces second-quarter honor roll

    TELL CITY – William Tell Elementary School has announced its honor roll for the second nine-week grading period.

    Students earning all A’s earned the distinction of distinguished honors. Students earning a combination of A’s and B’s earned the distinction of honor roll.

  • Stretch Award winners announced
  • Purdue Varsity Glee Club to perform at Heritage Hills High School Jan. 30

    LINCOLN CITY – The Purdue Varsity Glee Club will travel to southern Indiana Friday,  Jan. 30, for  a performance at Heritage Hills High School.

    Purdue senior and Glee Club member Clint Buechler is a 2011 graduate of Heritage Hills High School and the club will welcome him back to his home community.

    Tickets for the 6:30 p.m. show are general admission and will be available first-come, first served. They can be purchased by calling (812) 367-2517.

  • LHDC accepting applications for Energy Assistance Program

    TELL CITY – Lincoln Hills Development Corp. is continuing to accept applications for the Energy Assistance Program.

    The program is designed to assist income-eligible households with the high costs of home energy through partial payment of utility and fuel bills.

    To date, LHDC has served 1,035 households in a three-county area with an average benefit of nearly $400.

    Interested persons should call (812) 547-3435, Exts. 231 or 229 or (800) 467--1435, Exts. 231 or 229 for a program packet.

  • Marksmen finish 0-5 at Reitz

    TELL CITY—After a promising start, injuries and illness have derailed Tell City’s wrestling season lately.
    The Marksmen went 0-5 in a six-team round-robin at Reitz Saturday. They lost to Castle 74-0, North Posey 33-30, Evansville Central 67-12, Reitz 62-15, and Mount Vernon 69-9.
    Christian Schroeder went 1-0 but injured a knee, so the Marksmen had just seven wrestlers in their lineup the rest of the day, meaning they forfeited half the weight classes.
    Elliott Brown led Tell City with a 3-2 record.

  • Trojans outshoot Cannelton girls

    CANNELTON—Wood Memorial held Cannelton to 24.5 percent field-goal shooting and beat the Bulldogs 65-35 in girls basketball Saturday.
    The Trojans, ranked No. 9 in the state in Class A, hit 40.8 percent from the field and outrebounded Cannelton 45-23.
    They used 13 players extensively and 12 of them scored.
    “That’s hands down the best team we’ve played all year,” said Cannelton Coach Mike Garrett. “They’re quick, they see the floor well, and they’re unselfish.