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Today's News

  • Perry Central’s serving streaks beat Cannelton

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Brittany Parker served 22 points in just two serving turns as Perry Central beat Cannelton 25-4, 25-5, 25-4 in volleyball Tuesday.
    Parker first went to serve in the first game after Jordan Sprinkle made a kill to put the Commodores up 7-2.
    Parker served one point with the help of a tip kill by Grace James and then served an ace, prompting Cannelton to call timeout.

  • Coming events

    Local author Apling to appear at library Tuesday

    TELL CITY – Local author Rebeccah Apling will appear at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 19 at the Tell City library branch for a local book signing. Books will be available for purchase at the event for $20.

    For those who attend her book signing, an art print from one of her original paintings will be given as a door prize.
    Apling grew up in Perry County on River Road near the Maxon boat yard, which is now Tell City Boat Works-River Port.

  • Tractor club to meet Aug. 28

    BRANCHVILLE – The Ohio Valley Tractor Club will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28 at Branchville Conservation Club.
     

  • Revival this week at Bethel Christian Church

    DOOLITTLE MILLS – Bethel Christian Church in Doolittle Mills will host a revival beginning at 6 p.m. today through Friday, Aug. 22.

    Monday and Tuesday night’s speaker will be Webby Oglesby, Wednesday’s will be Ray Howard, Thursday’s will be Tyler Tolbert and Friday night’s will be Albert Madden.

    Homecoming day will be Sunday, Aug. 24.

  • St. Michael’s to host parish mission

    CANNELTON – St. Michael Church Parish Mission presents “Sacred Fire: The Passion Of God In Us.”

    The faith community of St. Michael’s in Cannelton will celebrate a four-day parish mission experience Sunday, Sept. 14 through Wednesday, Sept. 17.

    The mission will take place each evening in the parish church from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

    Father John Mark Ettensohn, originally from Perry County and a native son of St. Michael’s, will lead the mission.

  • With the Ill

    TELL CITY – Margaret Goffinet of Perry County is now recovering at Oakwood Health Campus in Tell City, following hospitalization at St. Mary’s Health System in Evansville.

    Family and friends are welcome to visit Margaret or send well wishes, prayers and cards.

  • Hildenbrand – Leibering

    Kenneth and Karen Hildenbrand of Mariah Hill announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rachel, to Logan Leibering.

    Leibering is the son of Phil and Jeannie Leibering of Dale and Sandra Leibering of Santa Claus.

    The future bride and groom are 2005 graduates of Heritage Hills High School.

    Rachel graduated from the University of Southern Indiana and is employed at Memorial Hospital in Jasper as a radiologic technologist.

    Leibering graduated from Ivy Tech and is employed at Leibering and Sons Inc.

  • Robert and Christine Tudor

    Robert and Christine Tudor of Tell City celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary June 22, 2014, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Tell City, where they were married June 22, 1974.

    The surprise celebration was hosted by the couple’s three children and their spouses, Ryan Tudor and wife Michelle of Hawesville, Ky.; Courtney Brown and husband Ross, and Luke Tudor and wife Rachel, all of Tell City; Christine’s sister, Jenny Anderson and Robert’s mother, Nella Tudor. Many family members and friends also attended the celebration.

  • Social News

    PROSPECTIVE NEW MEMBERS are invited to attend the monthly meeting of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 213, scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20, at the post home in Tell City. The organization always welcomes women who want to learn more about the auxiliary and its work. Charlotte Lindauer will preside at the meeting. All members are encouraged to attend.

  • COLUMN: Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame taking nominees

    By LLOYD ARNOLD
    District 74 State Representative

    Last year, the Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame was founded as a way to honor some of Indiana’s bravest and most selfless heroes. By sharing their accomplishments and stories of service, the organization aims to recognize those who have served our state and nation during times of war and peace.