• Thank You, P.C. Community Foundation

    On behalf of Tell City Jr.-Sr. High School, I would like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone who made the Cell Phone Smart event, which took place on Jan. 24, a success.

  • Thank you, EUCC Women’s Guild

    I want to give big Kudos to the Womens  guild for their efforts in supplying residents with smoke alarms.

    Where I  used to live before moving to Tell City,  the Volunteer Fire Dept. would annually go through the community and check peoples fire alarms and carbon monoxide alerts in people’s homes to make sure they were running correctly and   to make sure people had them in place. It was a great service and especially helpful to the elder community.

    People need to watch over each other. It is a good thing.


  • C2D: Confusing Direction?

    Brian Howey reported in a Sunday Evansville Courier & Press column of Jan. 6, 2019, that Indiana Manufacturing Association President, Brian Burton said, “45 percent of the Hoosier workforce will be retiring in the next decade.”   Gov. Holcomb has called this “the ‘silver tsunami’ with 10,000 American Baby Boomers retiring each week. Indiana will need to be filling a million jobs in the next 10 years.”

  • Leadership Class happy to help Sunset Park

    The 2017 Leadership Perry County Class chose upgrades to Sunset Park as their class project. Explaining to potential donors, “Sunset Park is such a widely used park by so many people.

  • Thank you, firefighters

    I want to thank our fire department and all who helped to contain the  recent tragic fire on 15th Street.

    Without their skills, and all the homes so close together, the entire block could have been destroyed. Thank you again.


    Mary Jo Voges

    Tell City

  • Riverview’s apologists are the foolish ones

    The recent letter by Daryl Hensley, “Don’t be fooled by health risk claims,” is wrong on nearly every count.

  • Too much power given to executive branch

    Leash-free dog park would offer benefits

    This is a proposal for a leash free dog park on a wedge-shaped piece of city property between the flood wall and Sixth Street, starting at Humboldt Street and proceeding north.

    It has become an urgent matter since the vacant land north and south of the River Pointe apartments has been slated for new development; therefore we need a special secure place for our dogs to exercise.

  • Dale has done its homework

    I understand some people’s concerns about the coal-to-diesel plant. It is the responsibility of the Dale Town Council to listen to both sides. We have to rely on IDEM’s report. If they approve the permit, by law that is what we have to go by. We do not discriminate against any company. We welcome any legal business.

  • PCDC has money; why is county poor?

    I find it a little odd that the Perry County Development Corp. has plenty of money to fund their projects while county workers go without pay raises, county roads go without stone and culverts, budgets get cut to “bare bones,” county taxes get raised and we are all told how little money there is to go around.


    Dan Harding


  • Kiwanis Club still seeking donations for food basket program

    The Tell City Kiwanis Club would like to thank the many generous donors who helped make the Kiwanis Christmas Basket Program possible this year. 

    Unfortunately, we did not meet our fundraising goal so we are still seeking end-of-the-year donations to help us cover the expenses of the program that provided 328 food baskets to the community this year as well as $1,000 to Perry Central to help provide food for families from their school.