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Today's News

  • Snyder named Cannelton Schools’ principal

    By ERIC WHITTAKER

    Feature Writer

     

    CANNELTON – When school resumes next month, the Cannelton School Corporation will see several faculty roles changed. The school voted during a special session July 12 to approve positions for the 2018-19 year.

  • Hospital to seek new management partnership

    By VINCE LUECKE

    Editor

     

    TELL CITY – Perry County Memorial Hospital will seek a management partnership with a regional healthcare provider in an effort to deliver a wider range of medical services, recruit new physicians and stabilize its finances. In doing so, the hospital will also cut its ties this year with a longtime management services provider.

  • Shipwrecked rescue at First Baptist vacation Bible school
  • Faith in divine healing

    By Jim Adkins

     

    Healing is a subject that you don’t hear much about. Oh, you hear it on television but usually not from the pulpit at your local church. I attended church from the time when I was, oh, let’s say 8 years old, and I don’t ever remember the preacher talking about healing.

    Why is that? Is it that we don’t believe in it?

  • Quilt displays Aug.10-11 at EUCC

    TELL CITY – The annual Lincoln Trail Quilt Guild quilt show will be held Aug. 10-11 at the Evangelical United Church of Christ. On that Friday, quilts can be viewed from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There is a small admission fee to the show that helps fund some of the guild’s community projects. There will be a sales table with bargain fabric and handmade smaller items for sale.

  • Sturgeon-Dickson

    Karen Sturgeon and Jonathan Dickson are happy to announce their wedding engagement.
    Ms. Sturgeon, of Tell City is the daughter of Mr. David Meredith formerly of Newtonville and the late Ms. Donna Meredith of Cannelton.
    Ms. Sturgeon is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Science in nursing at the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville.

  • National champion

    Tell City freshman-to-be Olivia Hale won the S3DA 3-D Female Middle School Olympic Recurve class archery national championship at the Mermet Lake State Conservation Area near Metropolis, Ill., June 22-23 and also helped Archery Camps USA of Boonville win the Middle School Club Division. She is the daughter of Brandon and Dee Bundy.

  • Young stars in action

    The Perry Central Crush played Tell City’s age-8-and-under all-stars in a girls softball game in Tell City Thursday. Perry Central won 8-3.

  • Is batting right, throwing left local quirk?

    I recall reading somewhere that only two percent of baseball or softball players who throw left-handed bat right-handed.
    In Major League Baseball the percentage is even lower. According to an article by Steve Treder in The Hardball Times, only 57 major league non-pitchers since 1871 have featured that combination.
    Only two in the live-ball era, since 1920, have become bona fide major league stars: Cleon Jones and Rickey Henderson.
    But anecdotal evidence suggests this phenomenon is a lot more common in Perry County.

  • Dickerson succeeds Snyder as Bulldogs’ boys hoops coach

    By LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports Editor

    CANNELTON—Bill Dickerson was named Cannelton’s boys basketball coach Thursday, succeeding Michael Snyder, who resigned to become the school’s principal.
    Brian Garrett, the school’s previous principal, will move up to the newly created position of assistant superintendent. He will also remain the athletic director for now.
    Superintendent Alva Sibbitt “felt like we needed to add another administrator,” Snyder, 38, said Friday about all the changes.