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Letters

  • LETTER: Thanks for help with the book-signing event

    In regard to my recent book signing at the Tell City Branch of the Perry County Public Library, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the Perry County News for the wonderful press releases that were printed in two editions of the newspaper announcing the event.

  • LETTER: Cannelton’s old-time fashion show a hit

    We congratulate the winners of the Old Time Fashion Show held Oct. 13 at the Covered Wagon during the Cannelton Heritage Fest.

    They are as follows: Jackson Joyal, 3-year-old son of Jermie and Lena Joyal of Cannelton, in the boys’ division; Kylie Anastasiades, 5-year-old daughter of Matt and Margaret Anastasiades of Cannelton, in the girls’ division; Sue Berry of Henderson, Ky., and her faithful friend, Jackson, in the women’s division, and Ken Gilkey of Newburgh in the men’s division.

  • Thank a veteran for the freedoms we enjoy

    After serving their country with honor, courage and skill, too many veterans are struggling to find jobs.

  • LETTER: Candidate forum at K of C a success

    The Perry County Chamber of Commerce and The Perry County News would like to thank the community for its great support of our Oct. 18 candidates forum.

    The event was a great success and we want to thank all of the candidates who took part as well as the public for attending.

    Thanks also to Tell City Knights of Columbus for allowing us use of their facility for the event. It’s another sign of the council’s long record of service to our community.

  • LETTER: Scouting helped by community support

    If a parent ever experienced their son as a member of the Cub Scouts or Boy Scouts, they had to observe a transformation as the years progressed.

    They would start as a first-grader, eager to have fun, and all the while, the den leader would be teaching them all the qualities in the Scout Oath and Law.

  • LETTER: Catholic Charities, United Way reaches out to others

    Catholic Charities continues to help the poor and vulnerable in our area by creating hope and providing help for those in need.

  • LETTER: Special-needs campers thank United Way

    We at Anderson Woods have been a participating agency of United Way of Perry County for many years.

    Anderson Woods strives to provide a quality camping experience for special-needs people of all ages and backgrounds. Many of our campers are from Perry County and many others are drawn to Perry County for the experience.

  • LETTER: Be safe from real life Halloween predators

    There are approximately 41 registered sex offenders in Perry County and we want you to know where they reside so that you avoid those houses when trick-or-treating.

    We do the best we can in making sure sex offenders live where they tell us, so it is crucial that our citizens visit our Web site at www.indianasheriffs.org, to see who the registered sex offenders are and where they are living. Citizens are encouraged to check any addresses where they or their family spend time. The mapping and address feature found on the Web site pinpoints exactly where offenders live.

  • LETTER: An unforgotten thank you

    On behalf of the Kroessman Krusaders Alzheimer Memory Walk team, I want to thank the following businesses and people for the great success of our bowling tournament held at the Tell City Bowling Center Sept. 22.

  • LETTER: Thanks for cleaning up Fennhaven eyesore

    I would like to take this time to commend Mayor Barbara Ewing, Zoning Commissioner Bob Young and Councilman Chris Cail for all their hard work in getting the property cleared along High Street and Riverview Drive in the Fennhaven community of Tell City.

    I have frequently visited Tell City for the last 18 years and have noticed all the vacant, dilapidated homes in the Fennhaven area.