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Today's News

  • Improvement is a goal, even for the church

    CHARLES ARESON

    Guest Columnist

     

    I have noticed people tend to glorify the first-century church. People talk about returning to primitive Christianity like it is the cure for all the problems the church faces. However, if you move past the first few chapters of Acts, the church had lots of issues. The church was filled with people from various backgrounds, maturity levels and world views trying to figure out what it means to be a Christian in this world. Just like the church is today.

  • Perry Central Jr.-Sr. High honor roll

    LEOPOLD – Perry Central Junior-Senior High School has announced its honor roll recipients for the first grading period of the 2018-19 school year.

     

  • Perry Central Elementary honor roll

    LEOPOLD – Perry Central Elementary has released it honor rolls for the first nine-weeks grading period.

     

    THIRD GRADE

    Distinguished:Chrysalin Gray, Bryson Lamar, Brooklyn Lautner, Courtney Peter, Ava Wright, Kynlie Wright.

  • Seibert appointed state regent for D of I

    Mary Seibert of Tell City was appointed the State Regent of the Daughters of Isabella for the State of Indiana on Sept. 29 in Seymour. The Past State Regent, Valerie Nelson made the appointment in a special board meeting.

    Seibert became a member of the Daughters of Isabella, Nativity Circle #710, on the first Tuesday of November 1988. The following year she was elected as an auditor of the Circle. She has held office titles since then as Financial Secretary, Vice Regent, Regent and currently as Past Regent.

  • COMMUNITY EVENTS; NOV. 8

    K of C breakfast Sunday

     

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Knights club will host an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 11 at the Knights of Columbus. Breakfasts will be $7 for adults, $3.50 for children and veterans can eat for free.

     

    Moose Lodge soup & dinners Saturday

     

  • A salute to veterans during days of tribute

    VFW Post 2939 plans events

     

    TELL CITY – Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2939 in Tell City will hold several events around the community surrounding Veterans Day.

    • A veterans visitation detail will be at Golden Living Center on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 10 a.m.

    • The VFW in Tell City will be open on Nov. 11 for Veterans Day, serving ham and beans with cornbread starting at noon. The Avenue of Flags Memorial Detail will be at 4 p.m. in Cannelton.

     

  • Quilts in honor of veterans
  • Marksmen fall to Rangers, 43-32

    By: KASEY RICHARDSON
    SPORTS EDITOR

    FERDINAND – Senior froward Kammie-Jo Hayes played big in the second half, finishing with a double-double in the contest, yet the Marksmen fell to  Forest Park, 41-32 on Thursday.
    Hayes finished with 12 points and snatched 12 rebounds to record her first double-double on the young season. Ava Hilgenhold was the second scoring leader for the Marksmen finishing the game with 8 points and 2 steals. Chloe Carmen came in the game with scrappy defense, recording 5 steals in the game.

  • Trojans rout Commodores, 45-27

    By Kasey Richardson
    Sports Editor
    Sophomore forward Bree Noland led the Commodores in scoring, dropping 9 points and grabbing 8 rebounds as Wood Memorial defeated Perry Central, 27-45 in the non-conference matchup.
    The Commodores came into the game 1-0 with momentum from a victory against Southridge on Tuesday.
    Senior guards Caylyn Peter and Macey Emmons contributed to the scoring; Peter with 8 points and Emmons with 4 points.

  • St. Augustine casino night Nov. 10

    LEOPOLD – St. Augustine Church in Leopold will host a casino night Saturday, Nov. 10, in the parish hall.

    There will be a Texas Hold’em Tournament with a $40 buy in and unlimited $20 add-ons for the first two hours.

    There will also be a euchre tourney with a $5 one-time buy in. Reservations are available with the  Texas Hold’em tourney limited to the first 50 players. There will be a jackpot drawing, food, desserts, soft drinks and beer.

    Registration will begin at 5 p.m. with the tourney starting at 6.