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Today's News

  • Notebook computers arriving soon at TC schools

    By VINCE LUECKE
    Editor

    TELL CITY – Tell City junior-high and high-school students could be writing, researching and sharing knowledge via new Chromebook notebooks as early as this week, school officials said Thursday. High School Principal Brad Ramsey said Thursday more than 600 Chromebooks were scheduled for delivery this week.

    “At that point we will register each computer and start the deployment process,” he said.

  • Two charged with growing marijuana

    TELL CITY – Police seized 13 marijuana plants Tuesday from a Main Street home in Tell City and arrested two people on charges of cultivating the drug.

    According to Tell City Patrolman Derrick Lawalin, he, Perry County Chief Deputy Daymion Marsh and Indiana State Police Troopers Trey Lytton and George Wooten received information and obtained a warrant to search the home at 1134 Main St.

    Inside, officers found 13 potted marijuana plants, processed marijuana and drug paraphernalia, Lawalin said.

  • Dragging Main returns Saturday

    TELL CITY – Dragging Main will return to Tell City for a third year Saturday evening, with hundreds of cruisers of all ages sure to converge on Tell City’s Main Street with classic vehicles and plenty of memories.

    Activities will begin around 6 p.m. in City Hall Park with participants cruising Main, Tell and other streets in the city.

  • Store owners asked to ‘go gold’ in childhood-cancer awareness effort Tuesday

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    PERRY COUNTY – A storefront decoration contest to be launched Tuesday will draw attention to childhood cancer.

    September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, organizers said in a flyer they distributed last week, and the best-decorated storefront will earn a traveling trophy and bragging rights as the biggest supporter in Perry County.

    Decorating should begin Tuesday and be completed by Sept. 13. Judging will start the next day and the trophy will be awarded Sept. 23.

  • Local drivers may need to learn about roundabouts

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    SPENCER COUNTY – “Time to adopt it, America,” Adam Savage declares after he and fellow MythBusters star Jamie Hyneman pit a roundabout against a four-way stop on the Discovery Channel television program.

  • County man faces new charges of sexual misconduct

    TELL CITY – A Perry County man already facing allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor has been charged with new felony charges of sexual battery and criminal confinement.

    A criminal summons was issued Aug. 27 against Matthew A. Finley, 39, 214 Fourth St., Cannelton. The two charges are Class D felonies and allege that he improperly grabbed another man last fall.

  • Hit-and-run trucker damages rail signal

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – A railroad crossing signaling device at Troy was damaged by a truck driver, but the perpetrator was never located, Kevin Teague reported during a regular meeting Aug. 13 of the Perry County Port Authority Board of Directors.

    “There’s no doubt he saw what he did, because he was still halfway through (a U-turn) when he did it,” the operations manager and trainmaster for that agency and the Hoosier Southern Railroad said. “And he just left the scene.”

  • Elementary-school parents invited to Strengthening Families Program

    TELL CITY - Parents of students in grades 2-6 at William Tell Elementary and Perry Central Elementary are welcome to join the Strengthening Families Program.

    The group of caring parents will gather one afternoon per week to share experiences and ideas of how to make good families better.

    The program will begin in January and times will be 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at William Tell Elementary School in Tell City.

    School social workers, counselors, and family outreach will be facilitating the program. 

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