• 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.

  • Tell City chorus singers receive gold rating, qualify for state competition

    TELL CITY – All three Tell City High School Chorus members who competed received gold ratings at district and qualified to compete at the Indiana State School Music Association’s Vocal Solo competition, was held at Perry Meridian High School in Indianapolis Feb. 20.

    Singers were judged in 9 categories. Just missing a gold rating by a half point each were Juniors Rebecca and Leah.

  • Educators, others invited to March 10 retirement workshop

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County Retired Teachers Association is sponsoring a retirement workshop Thursday, March 10, for first-year teachers up through retiring educators as well as public-service employees who want to understand the retirement process and planning.

    The meeting will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at William Tell Elementary School.

    Presenters will be Jennifer Lowery with the Indiana Public Employees Retirement System and Joe Kelly, a financial adviser with Morgan Stanley.

  • Sonshine to hold open house events

    EVANSTON – SonShine Early Learning Ministry will hold Preschool Open House events March 1, and March 10, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Children who will be 3 years old by Aug. 1, and completely potty trained, are eligible for preschool.

  • Perry Childcare to hold open house and begin enrollment

    PERRY COUNTY – Perry Childcare Preschool is now enrolling children 3 to 5 years of age.

    The staff’s goal is to work closely together with each child and the child’s family to provide a solid foundation for intellectual, physical and social growth. Children are encouraged to explore their world through the medium of play in this hands-on-based program.

    There will be an open house held March 10, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

    The preschool class will be held four days per week, Monday through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • Indiana Conservation officers offering ‘Citizen’s Academy’

    VINCENNES – Indiana Conservation Officers have partnered with Vincennes University to offer a Citizen’s Academy to college students and citizens who register. 

    Vincennes University will be awarding internship credits to college students who enroll and successfully complete the Citizens Academy.

  • Junior Achievement, local employers share work ethics tips with Perry Central juniors, seniors

    Editor’s Note: This article was provided by Perry Central student Zosha Roberson.


    Perry Central recently hosted a Junior Achievement program and work ethics luncheon for their juniors and seniors.

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  • ISU student headed to engineering event

    TELL CITY –  Tyler Hagedorn of Tell City, was selected as a member of the 2015-16 Indiana State University  Eco-marathon team. He is majoring in mechanical engineering technology and will graduate in May.

    Shell Eco-marathon challenges student teams from around the world to design, build, test, and drive ultra-energy-efficient vehicles. The ISU Eco-marathon team will compete in the prototype class at Shell Eco-marathon Americas this April in Detroit, Mich. This is ISU's first year participating in the competition.

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