• United Way supports backpack food program

    The Saint Paul Ministry of Charity would like to thank the United Way of Perry County for their generous grant of $5,000 from their recent distribution of funds donated by many caring individuals and businesses in our community. Our organization oversees the Perry County Weekend Backpack Program.

  • Candidates: Where do you stand on issues?

    In just about a month, the citizens of Tell City will be asked to make an informed decision on who will lead this community for the next four years.

    As a business owner, I contribute to the city through taxation and this decision will impact residents located in and around Tell City.  There are several new faces asking for your votes and the question is, “where are the issues?”

  • Rome firefighters grateful for support

    The Rome Volunteer Fire Department would like to personally thank the community for all their hard work and donations for our recent fundraiser

    Without all of the help we get, we could not keep operating. Thank you, Jim Krutz, for the wagon rides everyone seems to enjoy. A big thank you to Tony Rothrock and Jerry Willis for the great music. Thank you to the groups who stayed up all night and cooked the meat and cut it up. You are appreciated.

    We especially want to thank all who came up on such a lovely day and had dinner with us. We are grateful for all of you.

  • Adkins well qualified for city council

    I just want to encourage my friends in Tell City to be very aware of the opportunity that we have to support an excellent leader for our city council. Jim Adkins has been a leader in our community for many years, and is very interested in progress for our community. Jim has taught and mentored many local young people. And, while he and his wife, Leonna, have no children of their own, they often go out of their way to encourage the youth of our city and county.

  • Constitution holds lessons for political-religious views

    On September 20, Presidential Candidate Ben Carson was asked, “Do you believe that Islam is consistent with the Constitution?”

    “No, I do not,” Ben  Carson answered. “I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this  nation.”

  • Leadership Class Thanks Local Sponsors

    The Leadership Perry County Class of 2015 is taking an aim at substance abuse issues by creating a directory of area services that can help individuals and families in need of help.  Our goal is to get these directories into the hands of law enforcement, local charities, churches and civic organizations.

  • School health fair had dedicated supporters

    I would like to thank the following businesses and organizations that participated in the staff health fair at Tell City Junior-Senior High School: Caryn Weiss with Perry County Memorial Hospital, Debbie Gengelbach with Burris-LeClere-Labhart, Mary Steed with Golden Living, Breanne Walsh with EverBody’s Fun and Fitness, Jay Johnson with Advocare, Audrie Fella for massages, CVS for flu shots and Liberty Lab for bloodwork.

     I would also like to thank John Smitson and Julie Wooldridge for help in setting up.


    Chris Page

  • Feed the Horses event was a big success
  • We should live by God’s word, not man’s

    This is in regard to the Sept. 7 editorial about Kim Davis, (“Clerk who refuses to issue licenses should resign.”)

    I think as a Christian she had the right to stand for what she believes. It’s about the holy word of God we must stand on and not man’s word.

    But not too many people read God’s holy word, sad to say. If God’s people would stand up for the word of God, our nation wouldn’t be in the trouble it’s in.

  • United Way supports Perry County’s seniors


    On behalf of the Perry County Council on Aging, I would like to sincerely thank the United Way of Perry County for all the support in the past and present to our organization.  Our organization provides transportation to all Perry County residents and services to senior citizens at our senior center, called the OAKS, located in Cannelton.