Today's News

  • Krelein and Hayes named All-Conference

    TELL CITY – Senior setter Grace Krelein and senior outside hitter Kammie-Jo Hayes were both named All-Conference for the PAC on Monday night.
    Hayes and Krelein were essential to this year’s Marksmen volleyball team leading them to the  IHSAA sectionals.
    Krelein received honors as the All-Conference setter and was named apart of the Academic All-State.
    Hayes was named All-Conference All-Around Player.

  • IHSAA FOOTBALL Sectional Preview: Perry Central Versus Providence

    Sports Editor

    Perry Central played huge against Eastern, playing physical defense, capitalizing and executing on offense to receive the win in the first round of the IHSAA Sectional.
    This week, the Commodores will have a tough matchup and will need to continue to play physically to have chance to advance to the next round.
    In the second round of the IHSAA football sectionals, the Commodores have been set to match up against the Providence Pioneers.

  • Marksmen advance after placing in semi-state

    Sports Editor

    NASHVILLE – Nate Kaiser finished in 5th place overall at the Brown County Semi-State meet as Tell City advanced to it’s fourth straight state meet.
    The Marksmen finished in 6th place out of 20 teams on Saturday to qualify for the state competition. The top-6 teams from each of the four semi-state draws, plus the top-10 individuals not on qualifying team made it to the State meet.

  • Fr. Philip Kreilein, former Ferdinand pastor, dies after battle with cancer

    EVANSVILLE – A priest of the Diocese of Evansville familiar to many Perry Countians died this week. Father Philip J. Kreilein, 70, died Tuesday in Evansville after a short battle with cancer. He served as pastor of St. Ferdinand Parish in Ferdinand from 1991 to 1999.

    A Jasper native, he attended St. Meinrad High School and College in St. Meinrad and St. Mary Seminary and University in Baltimore, Md. Bishop Francis R. Shea ordained him a priest of the Diocese of Evansville on June 2, 1974.

  • Liam Bennett Reed

    Austin and Erica Reed of Tell City announce the birth of a son, Liam Bennett, on Sept. 18, 2018, at the Women’s Hospital. The infant weighed 8 pounds and was 19 ½ inches long. His mother is the former Erica Wilson.

    Grandparents are Ray and Amy Reed and Jim and Lisa Wilson, all of Tell City. Great-grandparents are Anna Board, Ethel Terry, Bob and Mary Lou Anson, Linda and the late Charlie Skinner, Rosella and the late Clarence Wilson and the late Jesse Reed.

  • List of priests accused of sexual abuse includes several with Perry County ties




    INDIANAPOLIS – The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis has released the names of priests it says have been credibly accused of sexually abusing minors, including several who were natives of  Perry County or who served here.

  • Adoption awareness seminar Nov. 11

    TELL CITY – Catholic Charities will host its sixth annual adoption awareness gathering at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at the St. Boniface Parish Center in Fulda. The event offers support toward the option of adoption.

    Organizers hope to spread the word that the option of adoption should be a first choice to an unplanned pregnancy, not the last. They hope to change any negative stigma surrounding adoption to one of support for the loving choice.

    Pizza will be served after the program.

  • PCMH Holiday Bazaar set for Nov. 8

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will hold its annual Holiday Bazaar from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8.  There will also be a silent auction.

    There will be a minimum bid posted on each item and a bid sheet placed with each item. The bazaar will include many other handcrafted items and baked goods for sale.

  • Awash in greetings
  • Horse Association World champs: Schnuck and Frosty ride to victory again


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