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Today's News

  • Was Wint Tell City’s best baseball player ever?

    It was fairly easy to research some key statistics on Mike Hagan and Joe Hartz, two of the three former athletes who will be inducted into Tell City High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame Jan. 13.

  • Rouch, versatile Pioneers too much for Perry Central

    TELL CITY—Glen Rouch scored 27 points as Boonville beat Perry Central 68-37 for seventh place in the boys basketball PSC Holiday Classic Saturday.
    Rouch, a 6-foot-6 senior forward/guard, hit 9 of 12 shots from the field, including 2 of 3 from three-point range, and 7 of 7 free throws.
    “He’s a tough matchup,” said Perry Central Coach Matt Carter. “He can put in on the floor, he can shoot from deep, and he’s 6-6.

  • Reed, Garrett lift Bulldogs past Aces in overtime

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    CLOVERPORT, Ky.—David Reed and Rafe Garrett each scored five of Cannelton’s 12 overtime points as the Bulldogs edged Cloverport 59-55 in boys basketball Tuesday.
    Cloverport’s Garrett Bradley hit two free throws with 16.7 seconds left in regulation to tie the game 47-47.
    Cannelton missed a 10-footer after that, sending the game into overtime.
    Reed scored the first basket in overtime on a drive.

  • Tell City overtakes Rebels to place 3rd iN PSC

    By ZANE CLODFELTER
    Spencer County Journal-Democrat

    TELL CITY—South Spencer led with just under six minutes left in the game but couldn’t hold off Tell City down the stretch as the Marksmen pulled away 65-60 in the boys basketball PSC Holiday Classic third-place game Saturday.
    “I thought it was a well played game by both teams,” Tell City Coach Matt Lynch said. “They went on a run and we went on a run. It was highly contested and we just made a couple more plays at the end.”

  • Dimensional art on display at Archabbey Library

    ST. MEINRAD – Saint Meinrad Archabbey Library Gallery, St. Meinrad, is hosting an exhibit of two-dimensional and three-dimensional works by Ferdinand artist Curtis Uebelhor. The show will run from Jan. 10 through Feb. 20.

  • Visitation restrictions due to flu in effect at PCMH

    TELL CITY – In response to the increase in influenza cases nationwide and in the Tri-State area, Perry County Memorial Hospital is using the following visitation restrictions to ensure the safety of patients, visitors, family members and staff.  The restrictions include:

    • No visitors with influenza-like symptoms in the hospital.  Symptoms include fever in excess of 100.4, sore throat, cough, runny or stuffy nose, chills, headache, body aches and fatigue.

    • No visitors under the age of 15.

  • Superior Ag promotes new plant manager

    HUNTINGBURG – Superior Ag has announced the promotion of Danny Hoffman as the feed mill plant manager for its Dale feed mill facility, which is scheduled to begin production in late-May of 2018.

    In his new position, Hoffman will continue to serve customers who do business with the Jasper location, along with the responsibilities of operations for the new feed mill, including safety, receiving, manufacturing, delivery, quality, cost and employee relations.

  • Winter settles in … commit to a new gardening year in 2018

    Jeneen Wiche

    Weekend Gardener

     

    While the winter slowdown has not yet happened, it does seem to be around the corner. Or is that just wishful thinking? At any rate, winter is a time to regroup and plan for another year at the farm. We always do some serious infrastructure planning to improve our management of pastured chickens and grazing sheep.

  • Shared goals for our children in 2018

    Tami Silverman

    Indiana Youth Institute

     

    Adults often make New Year’s resolutions to exercise more, quit smoking, learn a new skill and manage money better. But should kids also make resolutions?

    Studies show goal setting can build children’s resilience, confidence and motivation. Yet it’s important we understand how goal setting is different for children. With the right approach, building our children’s ability to set appropriate goals can put them on a path to long-term success.

  • SWIRCA & More receives Meals on Wheels designation

    EVANSVILLE – SWIRCA & More is excited to announce that its Nutrition program recently became a Meals on Wheels designation and will now be known as Meals on Wheels Southwestern Indiana.

    To formally announce and celebrate the new Meals on Wheels site, SWIRCA & More will have a ribbon cutting ceremony on January 19, 2018 at SWIRCA & More’s Ivy Café, which is located at 16 W. Virginia Street, Evansville, Indiana. The Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana will be present to aid in the ribbon cutting ceremony, which will begin at 10:30 am.