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Today's News

  • Ugandan Kids Choir at CCC Sunday

    Tell City – The Ugandan Kids Choir, a group of 10 talented Ugandan children, has announced that they will perform at Community Christian Church at 821 10th St. at 10 a.m. Sept. 17.

    All 10 children have been given hope through Childcare Worldwide’s Sponsorship Program and now they are here to spread that hope to audiences all across the United States. The choir has performed nationwide at churches, schools, at Disneyland, on King 5 Television’s “New Day Northwest,” at Qwest Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks.

  • No fear in a return to worship

    Jim Adkins

    Guest Columnist

     

    I have a good friend who recently told me a story that I had to pass on to you guys.

    My friend is now a devout Christian, but it wasn’t always so. At age 18, he quit going to church and he didn’t go back until his early 50s.

    During his absence, he did some things that he wouldn’t want printed on the front page of this renowned tabloid. Haven’t we all?

  • Remembering Stacey Peak

    By Scott Saalman

    Guest Columnist

     

    A business-related trip last April took me to the Big Apple for the first time in my life so I tagged on a weekend to achieve a few personal goals, the utmost being to visit the memorial erected in honor of the victims of 19 terrorists, those nearly 3,000 people whose sad fates we witnessed via live TV and computer on September 11, 2001.

  • Taking shape
  • Music, fun & games:10th Street Fair kicks off Saturday

    TELL CITY – The 10th Street Fall Fair will return to Tell City this weekend, Saturday, Sept. 16. Family fun, live music, food booths, shopping, photo booth, petting zoo and games for all ages will fill the afternoon and evening.  This family friendly event will run from 3-7 p.m. in the 800 Block of 10th Street between Fulton and Jefferson Streets in Tell City.

  • St. Mark Shooting match Sept. 24

    ST. MARKS – St. Mark Catholic Church’s annual shooting match will be held Sunday, Sept. 24, on the church grounds. The ham shoot will get underway at 10 a.. and will continue until 2 p.. The closed match will begin at 2 p.m. Cost for the closed match is $1 per shot. First choice is a $600 beef.

    There will be indoor and outdoor dining, with bingo, a main raffle as well as quilt and dirt bike raffles, country store and games for children and adults. Food items include chili, quarter-pound burgers, crafts, chicken sandwiches and homemade pies.

  • Forler-Foertsch

    Jenifer Lynn Forler and Jeremiah John Foertsch of Evanston announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.

    Jenifer is the daughter of Larry and Mary Forler of St. Meinrad. She is a 2014 graduate of Heritage Hills High School and graduated from Harrison College with a degree in medical office assisting. She is currently employed at Best Chairs.

  • St. Meinrad parish picnic Sunday

    ST. MEINRAD – The annual St. Meinrad Catholic Church fall picnic will be held Sunday, Sept. 17, on the church grounds at 19630 N. Fourth St. in St. Meinrad. Activities will begin with Mass at 8:30 a.m. followed by a 10 a.m. opening ceremony and dinners will be served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dinners will include fried chicken with homemade dressing, mashed potatoes, slaw, vegetables and homemade desserts.

  • Student financial aid seminar Oct. 4

    Tell City Jr.-Sr. High School will host a financial aid night for seniors and their parents/guardians on Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 6 p.m. in the school library. A financial aid representative will go over the Federal Application For Student Aid process for college. The school’s staff encourage seniors to attend this important meeting.

  • Helicopter parent’s beware

    TAMI SILVERMAN

    GUEST COLUMNIST

     

    We’ve all heard of “helicopter parents” who hover over their children, rescuing them at the first sign of struggle. I recall my child’s fourth-grade teacher instructing parents not to complete an assigned project.

    However, the picture-perfect replicas of world landmarks made it clear some families disregarded the teacher’s plea.