• TCHS to crown homecoming royalty Friday

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Jr.-Sr. High Student Council is excited to host this year’s homecoming ceremony between the varsity and junior varsity basketball games on Feb. 16, at approximately 6:30 p.m.

    This year’s crown carriers are Lily Kleeman, daughter of Chelsea and Michael Kleeman, and Ross Schultz, son of Gretchen and Matt Schultz.

  • Vex Robotics state qualifiers
  • Perry Central Elementary School Honor Rolls

    First 9 Weeks



    Grade 3: Mia Bishop, Hailey Brosmer, Adriannah Cloer, Rory Craney, Eva Decker, Kaitlyn Goffinet, Nolan Hall, Wyatt Harris, Teagan Howard, Benjamin Hubert, Trey Hubert, Klyne Kelly, Beau Kleeman, Ava Labhart, Masen Labhart, Elise Lawalin, Allie Pekinpaugh, Aimee Sauer, Char lee Stewart, Peyton Ta ylor, Bryn Yeager, Jayci Zorn

    Grade 4: Graison Hayes, Aleah Kellems, Tyler Kleaving, Danaka Underhill

  • Perry Central, Jasper Engines earn state honors

    LEOPOLD – The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has recognized Perry Central Jr.-Sr. High School and Jasper Engines and Transmissions as the Indiana Chamber Foundation School Counseling-Business Partnership of the Year.

    The honor was presented Wednesday by Indiana INTERNnet during the 12th annual IMPACT Awards Luncheon in Indianapolis. INTERNnet is a statewide resource for internship opportunities managed by the state Chamber of Commerce.

  • New site director appointed at Tell City Ivy Tech

    TELL CITY – Kyla Krieg, site director for Ivy Tech Community College Princeton Career and Technology Center, has been named Director of Outreach and Engagement for both the Princeton site, as well as the Tell City Career and Technology Center. She will be serving Pike, Gibson, Dubois, Perry, and Spencer Counties.

    Krieg, replaces Linda Reed, who has served as the site manager in Tell City since 2015. She is now Tell City and dual credit coordinator for Ivy Tech Community College.

  • Cannelton royalty
  • Elementary hosting robotics competition Saturday

    TELL CITY – Hosting its first ever competition of this type, more than 200 elementary and middle school robotics students and mentors from around Tell City, Lamar, Leopold, Fort Branch and other schools will unite at William Tell Elementary School on Saturday for the VEX IQ Challenge Ringmaster tournament. The action-packed event will feature more than 26 teams that will collaborate with other schools in a series of back-to-back robot challenges.

  • Silly Safari
  • PC student meets Sen. Lugar
  • Cannelton Elementary honor rolls

    First Semester


    First Grade: Honor Roll – Gavin Powers, Caiden Thompson, Kandace Little

    Distinguished Honor Roll – McKenzie Bolin, Tyler Coon, Gavin Fuqua, Serenity Miles, Jeryn Powers

    Second Grade: Honorable Mention – Arianna Hulse, Parker Joyal

    Honor Roll – Jaicey Salmon

    Distinguished Honor Roll – Brooke Evans, EJ Holman, Kyla Little, Caitlyn Embry