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Walter B. Lambert

Walter B. Lambert, 88, of Tell City, passed away on June 7, 2022, at Deaconess Gateway. Walter was born in Tell City on March 13, 1934, to the late Walter and Mary (Spencer) Lambert. He was united in marriage on September 11, 1954, to Mary Ann Smith. He was music teacher and band director, teaching…

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JoAnn Critcheloe

JoAnn Critcheloe, 72, passed away on February 7, 2022, at her home.   She was born in Tell City on December 22, 1949, daughter of Bill and Marcella (Chenault) Ballow.   JoAnn graduated from Cannelton High School in 1967, was a homemaker most of her life and loved her cats.   Surviving is her husband,…

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Henry A. ‘Bud’ Vogt

Henry A. “Bud” Vogt, 73, of Cannelton, passed away on Sunday, January 9, 2022 at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital. He was born in Tell City, IN on February 12, 1948 to the late Norman and Mary Jane Plock Vogt.  Bud was retired from Can-Clay Corporation and was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ…

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Virginia L. Evans, 87

Tell City, Ind. — Virginia L. Evans, 87, passed away on January 2, 2022, surrounded by her family. She was born at home in Ranger, Indiana on September 2, 1934, daughter of Otis and Ada (Lawalin) Malone. Virginia was a 1952 graduate of Troy High School. She was united in marriage on September 11, 1954…

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Ronny L. Embry

Ronny L. Embry, 67, of Cannelton, Ind., passed away on December 25, 2021, at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital. He was born on September 16, 1954, in Hardinsburg to Daniel and Sylvia (VanConey) Embry. Ronny was a 1972 graduate of Cannelton High School and retired from Parker Hannifin after 46 years. He enjoyed his farm, where…

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Lady Hornets get first win

By Steve Wimmer The Lady Hornets earned their first win of the season when they won 56-17 at Cannelton Monday. “It’s nice to get the first win after a tough first week,” HCHS coach Kevin Husk said. “The girls did great. We had good ball movement and played some solid defense, too.” Hancock County took…

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Operation Inasmuch scheduled for September

Operation Inasmuch United plans to hold its annual workday on September 18, 2021. The group does free repair work for people in need. So far the group plans to perform eight different projects that day, but hope to do more if people need the help. “Requests come in every few day,” Operation Inasmuch United Director…

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