• Late Tell City-Troy 2016-17 kindergarten registration is today

    TELL CITY – A late kindergarten enrollment for the Tell City-Troy Township School Corp. will be held Thursday, April 14, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. for all children entering school for the first time.

    To enter Kindergarten for the 2016-17 school year, a child must be at least five years old on or before Aug. 1, 2016. A child does not have to enroll in Kindergarten at age five. If parents believe the child is not ready, the child may enter Kindergarten at age six.

    Parents should take with them:

  • Student to represent school, state at BPA national convention



    Staff Writer


    LEOPOLD – When it comes to her education and career goals, Perry Central senior Lexi Pittman is all business. Adding emphasis to achieving her long-term targets, the 17-year-old has earned an opportunity to attend the Business Professionals of America national conference in Boston this May.

  • Crisis Connection delivers Safe Dates program to Tell City High School

    TELL CITY – Crisis Connection, a local provider of domestic and sexual violence prevention services, partners with Tell City High School each semester to deliver a multi-session program on teen dating violence entitled, ‘Safe Dates.’

    As the only research-based curriculum of its kind, Safe Dates helps young people recognize the difference between healthy, caring, and supportive relationships and controlling, manipulative, and abusive dating relationships. Highly engaging and interactive, Safe Dates gets young people thinking about:

  • Education Pays now accepting applications

    TELL CITY – The Board of Directors of Education Pays Student Loan Fund of Tell City/Perry County has announced it is accepting applications for interest-free loans to be awarded to students pursuing a post-high school education for the fall, 2016, semester. Applications are available at the offices of the guidance counselors at Cannelton, Perry Central and Tell City high schools and at Fifth Third Bank. The deadline for submitting applications is June 1. 

  • William Tell Elementary participates in Disability Awareness Month
  • The world after ISTEP looks pretty good

    Craig Ladwig

    Guest Columnist


    What will the world look like after ISTEP? Not bad, actually. We lose another inane acronym and might even see some innovation and direct teacher-to-student learning.

  • Perry Central senior awarded with Chapman scholarship

    FORT WAYNE – Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne has announced the recipients of the Chapman Scholarship. 

    Marcus Thomas of Tell City will be a 2016 graduate of Perry Central Junior-Senior High School. He is involved in National Honor Society, Future Farmers of America, Key Club, the English Academic Team, 4-H and the Purdue Boiler Vet Camp. Marcus plans to pursue a degree in pre-veterinary science at IPFW. Marcus is the son of David and Martha Thomas of Tell City.

  • Local businesses bring back rewards for good grades

    PERRY COUNTY – Three local businesses are reviving the practice of rewarding children who earn good grades. The surprise reward will be administered to the first 500 Perry County elementary students, which includes kindergarten through sixth grade, who pick up their prize at Everbody’s Fun and Fitness Center.

    The first giveaway will take place Wednesday and Thursday, March 9 and 10, from 3 to 7 p.m. and Friday, March 11, from 3 to 5 p.m. These three days are reserved for the first 350 Tell City and Cannelton students.

  • Adding up accomplishments
  • Tell City native on list of top-25 law students in the nation

    Tell City native and University of Hawaii law student Katherine “Kaki” Vessels has been chosen as one of 25 Students of the Year picked from more than 200 American Bar Association-accredited law schools across the nation.

    The Student of the Year honor is a new feature in the spring issue of “The National Jurist” prelaw magazine that highlights exceptionally talented, dedicated and community-minded law students.

    Vessels is the daughter of Dr. William Marcrum and Patti Marcrum.