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Today's News

  • Samuel Mason Ubelhor

    Jared and Tiffani Ubelhor of Birdseye announce the birth of their son, Samuel Mason Ubelhor, on May 1, 2017, at 10:42 p.m.

    He was born at Memorial Hospital in Jasper and weighed 7 pounds and 3 ounces, and was 21 inches long.

    Maternal grandparents are Jeff and Toni Vaal of St. Meinrad. Paternal grandparents are Don and Jane Ubelhor of Birdseye.

    Great-grandparents include Kenny and Mary Ann Faulkenberg of St. Meinrad, Ray and Janet Vaal of St. Meinrad and Frances Schlachter of Ferdinand.

    The mother is the former Tiffani Vaal.

  • Bagworms on the move

    Jeneen Wiche

    Weekend Gardener

     

    Who among us is guilty of not noticing something until it’s too late? Yes, all of a sudden there is nothing left of your blue spruce or arborvitae. Bagworms have been munching on the needles for weeks and we wonder how it all happened.  Well, they are at work right now so go outside and take inventory of your evergreens because that’s what the bagworm likes the most. Now is the time they do their damage unless we put a stop to it.

  • August solar eclipse: what you need to know

    On Monday, Aug. 21, all of North America, as well as parts of South America, Europe and Africa, will, weather permitting, be able to view a partial eclipse of the sun.

     A total eclipse will be viewable to the select 12.2 million Americans living within the path of totality, a 70-mile band stretching across 14 states from Oregon to South Carolina.

    The moon will pass between the earth and the sun on a west to east trajectory and completely eclipse the sun first in Lincoln Beach, Ore., at 10:16 a.m. PDT and last in Charleston, South Carolina at 2:48 p.m. EDT.

  • St. Vincent StatFlight Expands Coverage to Evansville

    EVANSVILLE – This week, St. Vincent officials announced that effective Nov. 1, St. Vincent StatFlight, operated by PHI Air Medical, will become the largest air medical provider in Indiana with the addition of the program’s sixth base in Evansville.

    The new St. Vincent StatFlight base will replace the existing St. Vincent LifeFlight program that has been in service for more than 35 years. St. Vincent is part of Ascension, the nation’s largest Catholic and nonprofit health system.

  • There is crying in baseball ... and spit-up too

    Eric Harris

    Guest Columnist

     

    Before my daughter was born, whenever I saw people with a baby in a non-baby setting like a movie theater (I’ve been at an R-rated movie and heard a baby crying, which is insane) or a professional baseball game, I would think, “Why would you do that? Find a sitter!”

    Now that I’m a parent, I understand why I saw babies at events like that: you cannot allow a baby to make you a shut-in, and you can’t pass your baby off to someone else every time you want to do something fun.

  • Bowhunters asked to help count Hoosier wildlife

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is again asking bowhunters to volunteer to count furbearer species and other wildlife this fall for science.

    The information helps the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife monitor species and track population trends. The collaborative project is called the Archer’s Index and has existed since 1992.

    Volunteers receive a standard survey sheet and instructions to record hours hunted and count sightings October to late November.

  • Oriole man killed in ATV rollover

    ORIOLE – A Perry County man died Saturday after an all-terrain vehicle overturned on him on private land near his home.

    Shortly after 11 a.m., Gill was found unresponsive, pinned underneath his overturned Polaris Ranger ATV in a cornfield off Oliver Road, where he had been training his dogs for squirrel hunting.  His dogs ran home approximately half a mile, whereupon Gill’s family members grew concerned and went searching for him.

  • Dorothy and Edward Hoffman

    Dorothy and Edward Hoffman will celebrate their 60-year reunion Aug. 24.

    They were married Aug. 24, 1957, in Bristow.

    The couple have five children, Ron Hoffman of West Lafayette, Vicky Hagan of Hawesville, Ky., Jane Schenk of Evansville, Jean Robinson of Orlando, Fla., and Jim Hoffman of Newburgh; and 11 grandchildren.

    Mr. Hoffman retired from Abbey Press in St. Meinrad. Mrs. Hoffman retired from Wal-Mart in Tell City. 

    Mrs. Hoffman is the former Dorothy Holman.

  • Noah Lee Dowell

    Cheyanne Meyers and Jonathan Dowell of Tell City announce the birth of their son, Noah Lee Dowell, on June 10, 2017, at Perry County Memorial Hospital. He weighed 10 pounds and 3 ounces and was 22 ½ inches long. 

    Grandparents are Tracey Reisz of Tell City, Russ Meyers of Tucson, Ariz., Susan Skeen of Cannelton and Ron Dowell of Hardinsburg, Ky.

    Great-grandparents are Jean and Martin Hall of Tell City, Marion and Rocky Rockwood of Tucson, Ariz. and James Dowell of Hardinsburg.

    Noah was welcomed home by sisters, Holly, 6, and Mariah, 5.

  • Live entertainment at Schweizer Fest

    Wednesday, Aug. 9

     

    • Tell City Junior-Senior High School Band, 6 to 6:30 p.m., City Hall Park

    • Stan LaGrange and Kelly Clark, 8:30 to 10:30 p.m., Brau Garten

     

    Thursday, Aug. 10

     

    • Talent Show, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Musik Halle in City Hall Park

    • The House Band & Perry County All Stars, 9 p.m. to midnight, Brau Garten

     

    Friday, Aug. 11