Today's News

  • Sheriff, child-care agency begins new program for county offenders

    PERRY COUNTY – A nonprofit organization that serves as the official child care resource and referral agency for Southwestern Indiana is beginning a collaboration with the Perry County Sheriff’s Department to provide training series for inmates at the Perry County Detention Center. Sheriff Alan Malone said it marks first time 4C of Southern Indiana has had the opportunity to train those incarcerated in the 14 counties served in Indiana.

  • Old National reports record quarter income

    EVANSVILLE – Old National Bancorp reported net income of $48 million for the first quarter of 2018 and adjusted net income of $51.2 million. The Evansville-based banking company’s net income showed an increase of 33.3 percent from the first quarter of 2017. Earnings per share were 31 cents, an increase of 14.8 percent from the same period last year.

  • Hoosier Hills reports strong 2017 results
  • Garden in the Kitchen today with Purdue Extension

    TELL CITY – Join Danica Williams, Purdue Extension Nutrition Education Program assistant, and Susie Murdock, master gardener, on Monday, April 30, from 5:30 to 6:30 for Springtime Garden in the Kitchen. Participants can tour raised beds, sample an easy recipe, and take home some seeds. Register with the Perry County Purdue Extension Office, (812) 547-7084, or email will1179@purdue.edu.

  • Cash Waggner earns FFA drone certification

    JASPER – Cash Waggner & Associates has received Federal Aviation Administration certification to fly drones for commercial use. The company provides professional civil engineering, land surveying, environmental, construction administration and engineering, and testing and inspection services to both private and public sectors.

    Drones have revolutionized the way firms gather critical data needed to monitor, design and build a project.

  • SCORE a business mentor

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County Chamber of Commerce invites individuals to learn more about SCORE, a business mentoring program. Volunteers with business experience are sought to become mentors to small businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurs.

  • Habitat home ground-breaking set

    TELL CITY– Habitat for Humanity invites the public to attend a ground-breaking ceremony for the newest home being constructed for the Brian and Melinda Walters family. The 20th such home to be built in the community through the program, its groundbreaking is slated for 3 p.m. May 6 at 936 Ninth St. For more information, call the Habitat office at (812) 547-4805.

  • Oakwood honored for exceptional customer service

    TELL CITY – As residents and their family members of Oakwood’s senior living communities know, the senior care provider is serious about customer service. Exceeding their customers’ expectations is the company’s utmost goal, and those that go above and beyond in pursuit of this goal are recognized and rewarded.

  • Paige Louise Zellers

    Wesley and Ashley Zellers of Boonville announce the birth of their daughter, Paige Louise Zellers, born Feb. 9, 2018, at Women’s Hospital at Deaconess Gateway.

    She weighed 7 pounds and 12 ounces and was 20 ½ inches long.

    Paige is welcomed home by sister, Madilynn Jean, age 18 months.

    Paternal grandparents are Denny and Carol Zellers of Cannelton. Maternal grandparents are Mark and Faith Muston of Indianapolis.

  • Property base, long-range goals should guide TIF, abatement use


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