Today's News

  • Hurm elected state K of C warden

    TELL CITY – Several members of Tell City Knights of Columbus Council 1172 attended the state convention April 28-29. 

    Present at the convention were Gene Hurm, Clarence Franchville and Dan Goble.

    Hurm was elected state warden. He has a long history of his involvement in the Knights of Columbus on the local, district and state level. Locally he has served on the council as Grand Knight, treasurer, recorder, financial secretary, in the fourth degree (Assembly 2065 ) he has served as Faithful Navigator, comptroller and honor guard member,

  • Terry Lee and the Rockaboogie Band on Lincoln stage Saturday

    LINCOLN CITY – Terry Lee and the Rockaboogie Band will perform at Lincoln Amphitheatre in Lincoln State Park Saturday.

    The performance is to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the adjacent Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial.

    The performance starts at 7:30 p.m.

    Tickets are $10 per person plus a $1 per ticket gate fee charge. The concert will take place at the 1,500-seat, covered Lincoln Amphitheatre inside Lincoln State Park, across the street from the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial.

  • Troy firm apparent low bidder on visitors center



    TELL CITY – Bret Kleeman Masonry of Troy was the apparent low bidder for Tell City’s visitors and event center. The Troy company’s bid of $939,000 was the lowest of five opened at noon Friday. 

    The bids were taken under advisement and reviewed by Universal Design Associates of Ferdinand and city attorney Jim Tyler. 

  • A Week of Sun
  • Demo derby, audio contest kick off 2012 4-H fair

    PERRY COUNTY – 4-H’ers from clubs across Perry County will show off months of work in coming days as the annual fair kicks off several days of activities.

    Events begin Friday with the 4-H Queen and King Contest, fashion revue, basket auction and food action. Activities begin at 6:30 p.m. at the fairgrounds. Saturday brings one new event and a longtime favorite. 

  • Smoking ban brings multitude of changes


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    PERRY COUNTY – Nonsmokers can breathe freely. Many smokers who enjoy their favorite brand of cigarette after a meal at a diner or were permitted to light up at work may find themselves obligated to cut back thanks to a new statewide ban on the act in public places. The Smoke-Free Air Law, which prohibits smoking within most enclosed public buildings, including restaurants, took effect July 1.

  • St. Croix man held in fiancee’s death


    ST. CROIX – A Perry County man jailed on a battery charge in the death of his fiancée could face more serious criminal charges, after an autopsy ruled the death a homicide. 

    Police were summoned to 26790 Indiana 37, St. Croix shortly after 8 p.m Sunday and found Jamie Renee Stowe, 31, dead inside the residence. 

    A call placed to dispatchers from the home reported a woman who was not responsive and appeared to have died. 

  • Day at Buffalo Run

    Oakwood Health Campus residents and staff paid a visit to the Buffalo Run Farm in Lincoln City recently. The residents were able to experience feeding the buffalo watermelon and apples from a stick and tour a tepee and log home that Abraham Lincoln once slept in. The group ended their visit with a cool drink in the grill and gift shop.

  • Probationary troopers assigned cars for solo patrol

    INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana has 38 new troopers assigned to state police districts throughout the state now patrolling the roads. Members of the 71st Indiana State Police Recruit School that graduated March 16 received their patrol cars today at the Indiana State Police Museum, located at the Indiana State Police Indianapolis District.

  • Strassell among CBS Radio honorees

    BOSTON – Tell City native Greg Strassell, current senior vice president of programming for CBS Radio, was among the recipients of awards at the 2012 Worldwide Radio Summit held April 27-28 in Los Angeles. CBS Radio topped the “Radio Company” category at the event’s award luncheon, hosted by “All Access” and “A&R Worldwide” and Strassell was honored as the company’s senior programmer.