Today's News

  • Hosler-Talbott

    Stacey L. Hosler and Jonathan Talbott, both of Tell City, announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Thomas and Patricia Kleiser of Tell City. The groom-to-be is the son of Barb Cooper and Rick Talbott, both of Tell City.

    Stacey is a graduate of Tell City High School and is resident services director at Oakwood Health Campus in Tell City.

    Jonathan is also a Tell City High School graduate.

  • Joe and Brenda Pund

    Joe and Brenda Pund of Tell City will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Knights of Columbus hall in Tell City.

    Joe and the former Brenda Flamion were married Oct. 17, 1964, at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Leopold. They are the parents of a son, David (Michelle) Pund of Tell City.

    They have two grandchildren, Rosa and Eli.

    Joe retired from Carpenter’s Local 90 and Pund Construction. Brenda retired from Perry Central Community School Corp.

  • Fire damages Main Street home

    Candles left on top of a piano triggered a fire inside a Main Street home Monday.

    Assistant Tell City Fire Chief Steve Hauser said Larney and Joyce Greenwood escaped the home after noticing flames coming from the piano, which was located in a front living room.

    Fire damaged that room and smoke and water damage affected the rest of the house.

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  • Fans flock to fall tour
  • Blood moon

    In the pre-dawn hours of the morning of Oct. 8 the full moon began to pass through the Earth’s shadow. The shadowed moon took on a haunting reddish tint due to the refraction of sunlight through the atmosphere, earning it the colloquial moniker of “Blood Moon.”

  • Cabin raising

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  • Purdue director of commercial ag to speak on farm bill at extension night

    LEOPOLD – The 2014 Farm Bill has caused changes throughout agriculture. Most farmers, and even many agency representatives, still aren’t sure exactly what is in the bill or how it will affect farmers. The Farm Bill is focused on risk management and brings changes to some of the old crop insurance programs. It also introduces new programs that are confusing to many farmers. The programs in the new farm bill are not one-size-fits-all, so each farmer will need to review the programs and determine which one provides the best fit for his or her operation.

  • Officials approve jail bills

    Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Redevelopment Authority voted at a Sept. 10 meeting to approve $8,534.33 in jail-construction bills.

    Sheriff Lee Chestnut said an invoice for $375.30 from the DLZ architectural-engineering consulting firm of Indianapolis was for applications the company filled out to obtain rebates related to the heating, ventilating and air-conditioning system for the new facility.

  • Library expands genealogy resources, adopts 2015 budget

    Feature Writer

  • TC director feels confident about band before regional

    Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – Saturday’s show by the Tell City Marching Marksmen went “pretty well,” Band Director Natasha Edmondson said Tuesday.

    Only they and North Posey competed in Class D at the Mt. Vernon Marching Band Classic, and the other school beat them by just over five points, according to information posted at indianamarching.com.