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Today's News

  • Blood drive Dec. 26 at GAB

    TELL CITY – Be a winter hero and donate blood Wednesday, Dec. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at German American Bank, 645 Main St, Tell City, second floor conference room, and receive a free long sleeve T-shirt.

  • Tickets available for Senior center trip to New York

    HUNTINGBURG – The Huntingburg Senior Center is sponsoring a motor coach trip to the Castles of New York, June 3 – 8, 2019. The cost of the six-day, five-night trip is $859 per person based on double occupancy and includes five breakfasts, one boxed lunch, three dinners, and visits to Boldt Castle, Singer Castle and Wing’s Castle. Also included are tours of Millbrook Vineyards and Winery, St. Lawrence River Cruise and a guided tour of the New York State Capitol Building. The five-nights lodging includes two nights at the Edgewood Resort on the St. Lawrence River.

  • Christmas Worship

    Free Will Baptist

    Christmas program Dec. 23

    CANNELTON – Cannelton Free Will Baptist Church will present its Christmas program Sunday, Dec. 23, at 6 p.m. Pastor Daniel Reeves and Rev. Cleatus Garrett invites everyone to attend. The church is located on the corner of Second and Taylor Streets.

    Clayton Harris UMC

    Christmas Dec. 24

    TOBINSPORT – Clayton Harris Memorial United Methodist Church in Tobinsport will hold its annual Christmas program Monday, Dec. 24, at 7 p.m. All are invited.

    Christmas Mass

  • Arts Commission now accepting grant applications

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Arts Commission announced recently the posting of program guidelines on the agency’s website for Arts Organization Support and Arts Project Support grants for the upcoming fiscal year and the opening of applications for those grants. The commission approved revisions to its program guidelines during its Dec. 7 quarterly business meeting in Carmel.

  • Building block parties at the Library in January
  • ‘Santa Claus is coming to Therapy’ performances Friday, Saturday

    OWENSBORO, Ky. – Six Mental Health Professionals, including a Tell City native, are coming together to bring a fun, adult comedy to the stage this holiday season.

    Elizabeth Godthaab, daughter of the late Bob Godthaab and Susan Godthaab, is directing “Santa Claus is Coming to Therapy.” It will be presented at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21, and Saturday, Dec. 22, by the Theatre Workshop of Owensboro at The Empress Theatre, 418 Frederica St., in Owensboro, Ky.

  • TC Wrestlers lose to Mount Vernon 25-42

    MOUNT VERNON – On Thursday the Marksmen wrestling team had a matchup against Mount Vernon as Tell City loss 25-42.
    Marksmen wrestlers who won their sessions were Trey Mucker pinning Delgman for the victory.
    Corey Braunecker beat Hollinger, 6-4 for the 145-pound weight class. Shane Braunecker defeated Hook by pin for the 152-pound weight class.
    Nigel Kaiser defeated Brauser by pin in the 160-pound session. Tyler Hawhee defeated Sharber by going 8-0 for the 182-pound weight class.

  • Commodores lose to Orleans 56-38

    ORLEANS – Macey Emmons and Olivia Hauser led the Commodores in scoring, dropping 9 points apiece in the game as Perry Central lost to Orleans, 56-38 in the conference matchup.
    Caylyn Peter added to Perry Central’s scoring with 7 points and Alysia Hurtado scored 6 points. Catie Hauser scored 4 points and Madelyn Peter contributed in the scoring with 3 points. The game was kept tight in the first half of the contest as the Commodores wanted to hit the ground running in the game with Bree Noland and Claire Davis out of the lineup.

  • Tecumseh defeat Marksmen 44-27

    LYNVILLE –  Kammie-Jo Hayes recorded another double-double, dropping 15 points and 11 rebounds in the game as the Marksmen lose to Tecumseh, 44-27.
    Elizabeth Khel was the second leading scorer for Tell City with 5 points and 4 assists in the game. Ava Hilgenhold had 3 points in the contest with Elizabeth Thomas and Grace Krelein scoring 2 points each in the matchup.
    The game was up for the taken in the first half of the contest. The Marksmen searched for a tempo early in the contest, but began to find an offensive groove in the second quarter.

  • Cannelton overtakes Evansville Christian late

    BY LARRY GOFFINET
    Sports EDITOR Emeritus
    EVANSVILLE – Bryce Faulkenberg’s three-pointer with 0:14 left and David Reed’s last-second free throw enabled Cannelton to beat Evansville Christian 60-59 in SRAC boys basketball Friday.
    Freshman guard Connor Sharp hit two free throws with 22 seconds left to put Evansville Christian up 59-56.
    Cannelton was 2 for 14 from three-point range to that point but then ran a play for Faulkenberg to get a three-point shot from the corner, and he hit it to tie the score.