Today's News

  • 2nd generation derby participant

    Ali Donovan competed in the 25th Schweizer Fest Diaper Derby Aug. 11. Her father, Nathan Donovan, took part in the first event.

  • Bottella – Miller

    Heather Bottella and Josh Miller announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

    The future bride is the daughter of Lucie Koretsky of Warwick, R.I. Mr. Miller is the son of David and Paula Miller of Tell City.
    The couple will be united in a 3 p.m. ceremony at St. James Church in Manville, R.I., Sept. 8, 2012. A reception will follow at Kirkbrae Country Club in Lincoln, R.I.
    A second reception will be held Oct. 6 at the Schergens Center in Tell City.

  • Ubelhor – Rasche

    Leah Marie Ubelhor and Derrek Wayne Rasche announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

    The future bride is the daughter of Doug and Julie Ubelhor of Bristow. Mr. Rasche is the son of Lester and Ruth Ann Rasche of Ferdinand.
    The couple will be wed in a 2 p.m. ceremony Sept. 8, 2012, at St. Ferdinand Catholic Church in Ferdinand.
    A reception will follow at the Ferdinand Community Center.
    The future bride is a graduate of Perry Central High School and Ivy Tech community College. She is employed at Meyer Distributing.

  • Correction: McMahon won women’s race

    TELL CITY—The women’s winner of the Schweizer Fest six-mile road run was incorrectly listed in Thursday’s issue.
    Mandy McMahon actually won it in 39 minutes, 23 secconds, placing 25th overall.
    Cathryn Peter was second among women in 41:44, placing 32nd overall.

  • Rain halts some sports events

    TELL CITY—Tell City’s boys tennis match with Gibson Southern was halted by rain and lightning Thursday.
    Both doubles matches were completed, with the teams splitting them.
    Tell City’s Kevin Yeung and Tyler Groves beat Ryan Smith and Andrew Rodgers 6-0, 6-4 in No. 2 doubles.
    Gibson Southern’s Sam Greubel and Josh Nurrenbern defeated Austin Paulin and Jeff Yeung 6-3, 6-0 in No. 1 doubles.

  • Marksmen girls sixth in Rangers’ invitational

    BRETZVILLE—No Tell City runners placed in the top 15 as the Marksmen finished sixth in Forest Park’s six-team girls cross country invitational Thursday.
    Evansville Memorial won with 25 points. Tell City scored 165.
    Marian Blake led Tell City, finishing 19th in 24:57.
    Freshman Hailey Carman was the Marksmen’s second finisher, taking 31st in 25:55. “She ran great,” said Tell City Coach Katie Chinn.

  • Eagles hold off Bulldogs

    CANNELTON—Cannelton attempted only 20 spikes in a 25-20, 26-24, 25-13 volleyball loss to Lanesville Thursday.
    “We just didn’t set the ball up enough,” said Cannelton Coach Felicia Myers.
    One reason for that was the Bulldogs have only one experienced setter. Another reason was their inexperienced back-row players don’t make good passes to the setter as often as more experienced players would.
    The Bulldogs were in the second game all the way because they were “talking to each other and moving,” said Myers.

  • Perry Central spikes Orleans

    LEOPOLD—Hannah Harpenau made 18 kills and four digs as Perry Central beat Orleans 25-23, 25-20, 25-18 in PLAC volleyball Thursday.
    Ashley Gengelbach added nine kills and four blocks. Sydney Goffinet made five kills and Jordan Sprinkle made four blocks.
    Grace James had 30 assists.
    Brittany Parker and Jennifer Kemp each served three aces. Parker went 10 for 10 serving.
    Parker also made 13 digs and Kemp added seven.

  • Tell City blocks Raiders

    HUNTINGBURG—Tell City made 13 kill blocks in a 25-6, 25-17, 25-14 PAC volleyball win over Southridge Thursday.
    “That’s the most we’ve ever had I think,” said Tell City Coach Dalonda Hayes. “We did a great job blocking at the net. And our passing was excellent tonight.”
    Sisters McKenzie and Kassidie Hayes each made five blocks, with each getting three solos. Logan Flannagan added three blocks—two solos.
    McKenzie Hayes also had 19 kills, five assists and nine digs.

  • Developing depth could help PC girls go to state

    Sports Editor

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central will be one of the favorites in this fall’s girls cross country sectional and could go much further if a fifth runner moves up near the top four.
    The Commodores return their top four scorers from last year’s regional and semistate: Cathryn Peter, Jessica Theis, Megan Thomas and Marie Schwartz.