Brittany Richardt dances with her son, Gabrielle Richardt.

Pictured, from left, are Hadley Hartz, Ava Epple, Mia Martin and Elizabeth Butler.

Jacob Ling works on the inside of his boat.

Braxton Richardt enjoys a hug from his mom, Danielle Richardt.

Cruz Lawalin works with his partner on his boat.

Valerie Cassidy was happy to see such a great turnout at the dance she hosted for mothers and sons.

Ilynd Lawalin helps construct a boat made from cardboard.

Pictured, from left, are Jana Foury, Makayla Dawson and Olivia Kellems.

Pictured, from left, are Grayson Hollinden and Camden Axton.

Quinn DeSpain paints sealant on her boat to help keep it afloat.

TELL CITY — Tell City Regional Arts began their sunset series with drinks from Bottom of the Barrel and musical talents from Eryn Sommer. Sommer amazed the crowd with her angelic voice and her acoustic guitar skills on Friday evening.

Sandy Jarboe shows off her string art.

Keisha Wright and Ami Ogata were second-place winners in the race with eight laps.

First-place winners with nine laps were Gunner Engelbrecht and Quinn DeSpain.

Laura Noble, Tony Hollinden and Pat Jarboe show off their boat skills.

Liam Wathen, right, and Ezra Smith paddle while their boat began to sink.

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HAWESVILLE — Century Aluminum in Hawesville, Ky., is having a temporary shutdown for the next 9 to 12 months according to a letter that went home with employees.

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PERRY COUNTY — Attic Road in Anderson Township is planned to receive new millings to improve the road quality. Bob Childress addressed county commissioners with the proposition to provide the millings, as he is a cabin owner on the road.

TELL CITY — The Perry County Tell City library knows that many of the little library friends don’t want to just sit down and listen to books. They want to be involved, ask questions, and move. The library staff want that too.

Wine enthusiasts and charitable folks of the community turned up to raise funds for a great cause.

Good food, wine, a great view and a silent auction were parts of the Wine Over Water festivities to raise money for the museum.

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From left, Rich Alstad, Grey Clark, Katie Mattingly and Julie Foreman enjoy their time on the river front at Blue Heron Winery.

Danny and Leo play at Wine Over Water at Blue Heron Winery to help raise funds for the Perry County Old Courthouse Museum.

CANNELTON — Thomas Irvin was a Scottish man who had come to Cannelton in the 1800s and became a large part of the community. His legacy lives on through family who still resides in Perry County. The Irvin family will be hosting a large family reunion in July and wanted to share his story.