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Today's News

  • Forest Park defeats PC 3-0

    FOREST PARK –

    Maddie Labhart had 18

    digs as Perry Central lost

    to Forest Park in the first

    round of IHSAA sectional

    on Tuesday, 24-26, 18-25,

    20-25.

    Elisha Schwartz made

    16 digs; Morgan Judy had

    17 assists and Addy Davis

    had 13 assists. Labhart, Judy

    and Marie Huebert made

    seven kills each. Meagan

    Mullis recorded three aces

    for the night.

    The Commodores finish

    their season 4-22.

  • Marksmen lose to North Posey 3-0

    FOREST PARK – Kammie-Jo Hayes

    records 25 digs as Tell City lose to North

    Posey, in the first round of IHSAA sectionals,

    16-25, 19-25, 22-25.

    Samantha Stephens made 17 digs and

    three aces. Grace Kreilein had 19 assists;

    Hayes had 11 kills and Addison Fella had

    10. Fella recorded two blocks and Hayes

    had one.

    Tell City finishes the season 23-7 for

    the year.

  • TC boys win sectional, girls 4th

    By KASEY RICHARDSON

    Sports Editor

    JASPER – The top 20 runners were recognized with

    awards as Tell City had five runners place in the IHSAA

    cross country sectional meet held at University of Vincennes’

    gruesome course on Saturday.

    “I’m really happy with what we did, and be safe because

    this course is a dangerous course and we did that,” said Tell

    City’s coach Brian Fletcher.

    Nate Kaiser placed second over 70 runners with a time

  • Marksmen earn more gold; regionals are Saturday

    By ERIC WHITTAKER

    Feature Writer

     

    JASPER – Marching towards regionals, the Marksmen band received a gold rating with distinctions in music, visual and effect at the Jasper Open Class Invitational last weekend.

  • TC boys win sectional, girls 4th

    By KASEY RICHARDSON

    Sports Editor

    JASPER – The top 20 runners were recognized with

    awards as Tell City had five runners place in the IHSAA

    cross country sectional meet held at University of Vincennes’

    gruesome course on Saturday.

    “I’m really happy with what we did, and be safe because

    this course is a dangerous course and we did that,” said Tell

    City’s coach Brian Fletcher.

    Nate Kaiser placed second over 70 runners with a time

  • Fire Safety Lessons
  • Educational goals impacted by child trauma

    By STUART CASSIDY

    Staff Writer

     

    TELL CITY – When it comes to class rankings in the results for standardized tests, the outcomes are not solely dependent on what’s taught in the classroom or the educational aptitude of a specific student. According to William Tell Elementary Principal Laura Noble, who presented to the school board the latest tallies on the Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress exam on Tuesday, there are “outside factors that are affecting our scores.”

  • Medicine Cabinet Clean-Out Day Oct. 27 at two locations

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County Substance Abuse Council, along with Tell City Police Department, Perry County Sheriff’s Department, Perry County Solid Waste Management District, Dr. Isaac Gatwood- Memorial Health Bristow and federal authorities are sponsoring a Medicine Cabinet Clean-Out Day on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Tell City Volunteer Fire Department and at Memorial Health located along Indiana 145 north of Bristow.

  • Open house to welcome new Purdue educator

    PERRY COUNTY – The public is invited to join in welcoming the newest member of the Purdue Extension-Perry and Spencer County teams, Holly Simpson, at a fall open house on Monday, Oct. 22, from 4 to 6 p.m. Stop by the Perry County office at 65 Park Ave. in Tell City for a tour, enjoy fall-themed refreshments, create a quick fall-themed craft and meet the new Health and Human Sciences educator in Perry and Spencer counties.

  • Preparing beehives for winter, topic of workshop at Perry Central Oct. 18

    LEOPOLD – Want to make sure your hives will survive the winter? Attend the Perry County Beekeepers meeting on Oct. 18 at 6 p.m. in the FFA Building at Perry Central School.

    Topics will include ensuring hives have sufficient honey stores for the winter, winter feeding of honey bees, making sure your varroa mite treatment worked, and what the bees are currently foraging.

    Bill Gibson will demonstrate making sugar mush for late fall feeding if hives are underweight and making candy boards.