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Today's News

  • Tell City falls to Raiders, Pioneers

    HUNTINGBURG—Tell City golfers shot some of their better scores but were one person short of having enough for a team score against Southridge Thursday.
    The Marksmen had only three golfers available so they had to forfeit to the Raiders, who shot 216.
    Southridge’s Dalie Wibbeler shot 47 for medalist honors but Tell City’s Alex Lawalin was only three strokes behind her.
    Kyra Gentry shot 59 and freshman Taylor Goffinet a personal-best 63 for Tell City.
    The Marksmen lost a road match to Boonville 203-243 Tuesday.

  • Marksmen get first victory

    REO—Only two sets were close as Tell City trounced South Spencer 5-0 in PAC boys tennis Wednesday.
    Chandler Lacy defeated Colin Buse 7-5, 6-3 in No. 1 singles.
    Blaze Brumfield lost the first set of No. 2 singles to Mason Schmidt 5-7 but then won each of the next two sets 6-0.
    Ethan Maffia and Jackson Ramsey breezed past Tyler Mallory and Alex Boultinghouse 6-1, 6-0 in No. 1 doubles.

  • Turnovers doom Perry Central

    By MIKE SPRAGUE
    Sports Correspondent

    PAOLI—Four turnovers hurt Perry Central in a 28-21 loss to Paoli in PLAC football Friday night.
    Perry Central trailed 21-14 with 10:00 left in the fourth quarter Jacob Kelly intercepted a Paoli pass and returned it 7 yards to the 1-yard line.
    After three plays from the 1-yard line produced a loss of 2 yards, Alex Simpson ran off left tackle for a touchdown.
    Kelly’s extra-point kick tied the game at 21-21.

  • Mistakes haunt Tell City in loss to Pike Central

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Pike Central took advantage of Tell City’s mistakes, including problems on special teams, to beat the Marksmen 43-21 in PAC football Friday.
    Tell City outrushed the Chargers 350 yards to 98 and had 123 more total yards than the Chargers.
    The Marksmen’s totals included a 27-yard loss after a bad snap on what was supposed to be a punt.

  • Tell City outhits, outserves Perry Central

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Emma Kohnert made 13 kills and five blocks and Rachel Malone served 23 points as Tell City beat Perry Central 25-14, 25-7, 25-17 in volleyball Thursday.
    Perry Central trailed only 16-11 in the first game after Terissa Roark and Ryann Lynch teamed to make a block.
    Bad serves on two of their next three attempts kept the Commodores from being able to cut Tell City’s lead.
    The Marksmen led 21-14 before Malone served the last four points.

  • Carter-Gallagher

    Kayla Carter and Matthew Gallagher, both of Troy, announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Rhonda Carter of English and Darryl Carter of Tell City. She is a graduate of Perry Central High School and the University of Southern Indiana. She is employed at the office of Dr. Marcrum, Bailey & Kleeman.

    The future groom is the son of Henry Gallagher III and the late Sarah Gallagher of Hawesville. He is a graduate of Tell City High School and is currently employed at Waupaca Foundry.

  • Dauby-Peter

    Kara Leigh Dauby and Joey William Peter announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Glen and Kathy Dauby of Tell City. She is a 2011 graduate of Perry Central High School and earned a degree from Ivy Tech.

    She is a certified medical assistant at St. Mary’s Medical Group in Rockport.

  • National anthem not the time to stage protests

    Colin Kaepernick, a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, in the National Football League, has gained more publicity lately for what he does before the games than during them.

    Specifically, he has decided not to stand during the playing of the national anthem.

  • Small town crime, punishments should come with local influence

    Experts reached by The New York Times for a story about the high number and severity of prison sentences in small towns seem horrified over the disparity between that toughness and the relative laxness in large metropolitan areas. They say the size of the disparities undercuts the basic promise of equal protection under the law.

  • Wisconsin duo wanted for deception, theft

    TELL CITY – A Wisconsin couple could soon be behind bars after they allegedly defrauded a Tell City business of equipment and money.