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Letters

  • Lincoln play deserves more credit

    I have been very surprised that the premier presentation of “Here I Grew Up” (an Abraham Lincoln inspired play) was not recognized as one of the most newsworthy stories locally in 2016. The play was written by our own Chuck Phoelein and presented at Tell City High School in late July. Sharilyn Franzman was co-director and local talent filled the roles and stage crew admirably, including the author, himself, as a narrator.

  • Silvesternacht 2016 another success

    On behalf of the members of the Perry County Quality of Life Committee, we would like to extend our thanks to the numerous partners who assisted us in the fifth annual Silversternacht celebration on New Year’s Eve. 

    This year’s event resulted in even larger crowds who were able to take part in the memorable activities of the evening thanks to the cooperative spirit from local businesses, organizations and the Tell City-Troy Township School Corp. 

  • Thanks for helping to deliver package

    I would like to send a sincere thank you to all involved who helped  to track my cousin, Annie Ross, and return to her a Christmas package I sent to  her from Westville.

    I accidentally addressed it incorrectly. Her Wal-Mart  family, friends and even the local police department followed up to make sure  the package was returned to her.

    I am very grateful to all involved. We don’t see each other often and we’re saddened by the loss, only to find it was found  and returned.

  • Thank you, Boy Scout Troop 192 and Pack 192 for thinking of our troops

    I wanted to publicly thank Troop 192 and Pack 192 and the community that supported their effort to send left over Halloween candy to the military stationed overseas.

    My son, Jonathan, has been deployed overseas for four months and was pleasantly surprised to receive a huge amount of candy from the Boy Scouts and Pack 192. Thank you to Janet Damin who organized and mailed the boxes of candy. It is heartwarming to know the community helped make this kind gesture happen.

  • Let’s put new logo on a Perry County flag

    I first read about our county’s flag in “The Living History of Perry County,” by James   Mosby.

    According to him, the Perry County flag was dedicated on Nov. 1,  1989, 175 years after the county was formed. In his book, there is a picture of it flying at the old courthouse in Cannelton.

  • Holiday Helpers had many supporters

    The United Way of Perry County would like to thank all the members of our community who helped make Christmas brighter for over 580 children through the Holiday Helpers United Christmas Assistance program.  It was truly a community wide effort.

  • Daughters of Isabella thanks merchants

    The Daughters of Isabella would like to thank the following merchants and businesses for their support in donating prizes for our raffle.

  • Way to go, William Tell students

    The volunteers at the Perry County Council of Agencies’ Food Pantry and clothing bank would like to say thank you to William Tell Elementary School students, teachers and staff for their recent Thanksgiving fund drive.

    The number of items collected exceeded previous years and was very generous. We are so grateful to everyone and Kara Braunecker for organizing the drive.

     

    Georgann Gogel

    Coordinator

  • Eliminate sales tax on residential water bills

    Editor’s Note: This open letter by Larry Kleeman was addressed to Gov. Elect Eric Holcomb, Sen. Erin Houchin and Rep. Lloyd Arnold.

     

    Dear Gov. Elect Holcomb, Sen. Houchin and Rep. Arnold:

     

    I know you are concerned, as am I, about hard working Hoosiers and families living on fixed incomes being able to maintain a decent standard of living when faced with increased costs of living.

  • Proud of Commodore sportsmanship

    This handicapped military veteran, also known as Cowboy Tex and Super Commodore, enjoyed another Perry Central basketball game recently. Thanks to my cousins who provided the transportation.

    My favorite part of the game is when the losers congratulate the winners – friendly competition. It’s just good sportsmanship.

    Also, thanks to the Perry County businesses for sponsoring Perry Central games on the radio station.

    Go Commodores.

     

    Charles L. Schnell

    Jasper