Today's News

  • Scott-Partridge

    Joshua and Kristina (Fortwendel) Scott of Tell City are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Hannah Beth, to Benjamin Elliott Partridge, son of Matthew and Lisa Partridge of Eldorado, Ill.

    Hannah is the granddaughter of James and Sandra Calvert and Dale and Linda Embry of Hawesville, Ky, and Richard and Barbara Fortwendel of New Boston. Benjamin is the grandson of Dr. Elliott and Darla Partridge and Dewain and Carolyn Barrett, all of Eldorado, Ill.

  • Beard-Miller

    Stori Nicole Beard and Reese Michael Miller announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

    The future bride is the daughter of the Traci (Deom) Beard and granddaughter of Kenneth and Darla Deom of Tell City.

    She is a graduate of Tell City High School and earned her bachelor’s degree at Indiana University Southeast, New Albany. She is currently employed with the YMCA in Floyd County.

  • Summer grooves
  • Annual 10th Street Fair set for September

    TELL CITY – Vendor registration is now open for the 10th Street Fall Fair, which will return on Saturday, Sept. 22. The cost for a 10-by-10- foot booth is $25 if secured before Sept. 7, or $30 after Sept. 7.

  • Fun in Faith
  • TC sweeps Diamond League double header


    Journal Democrat


    JASPER – Tell City swept Jasper 4-3 and 7-6 in a Diamond League doubleheader Thursday.

    In game one, Joe Gaynor pitched a complete game. He gave up three runs and earned the victory after Spencer Sandage’s walk-off hit.

    “We played pretty well,” Tell City coach Trent Benningfield said. “I played most of my older guys the first game and they did a good job for me.

    “Jasper competed really well all night long.”

  • IHSAA controversy shows pitch count rules need improvement

    Zane Clodfelter


    Sports Editor


    The IHSAA recently found itself between a rock and a hard place as Southridge’s Class 2A baseball semistate opponent was still being determined after the regional.

    The controversy stemmed from Scecina using pitcher Mac Ayres in both its regional games, with a 17-pitch relief appearance preceding his 117-pitch outing against South Vermillion. Scecina rallied to beat South Vermillion 7-6 to win the regional.

  • Team Central takes sole possession of 1st

    TELL CITY—Justice Cash hit a triple and three singles and was the winning pitcher as Team Central beat Crawford Memorials 9-4 Thursday to move into sole possession of first place in Tell City’s age 11-14 girls softball league.

    After rainouts Monday and Tuesday, there were four games in the league Wednesday and three Thursday, with some teams playing three times in those two days.

    Team Central emerged with a 4-1 season record. Crawford Memorials, Cash Waggner and Pour Haus each have two losses, with Crawford leading that group in wins with four.

  • Commodores' Poole a Legion standout


    Journal Democrat


    ROCKPORT – There isn’t a lot of free time in Gavin Poole’s life right about now.

    He’ll be a senior at Perry Central this fall but before his final year as a Commodore commences, he’ll be getting the most out of each day – literally.

  • Perry Central Junior-Senior High honor roll

    LEOPOLD – Perry Central Junior-Senior High School has announced its 2017-18 honor roll for the final grading period for grades 9-12.


    Grade 12