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  • Meeks basketball camps to start June 3

    Meeks basketball camps to start June 3


    By: B.J. Hargis

    Sullivan High School girls basketball coach Julie Meeks and her staff will be hosting a youth girls basketball camp starting June 3.Girls in incoming grades 4-8 will meet June 3-7 and June 10-13 at the Sullivan High School gymnasium.Grades 4-5 will convene each day from 10 to 11 a.m. while grade 6-8 will meet daily from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.Cost is $25, which includes a T-shirt. Checks should be made payable to Julie Meeks.Registration will be the first day of camp or students can turn in comp...

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  • Hall of Fame deadline May 28

    Hall of Fame deadline May 28


    By: B.J. Hargis

    The Southwest High Schools Athletic Hall of Fame started back in 1996 and has inducted a couple of hundred athletes and coaches from Sullivan, Merom, Gill Township, Paxton, Graysville, New Lebanon and Carlisle high schools.Chris Stitzle, chairman of the athletic hall of fame, is hoping to continue to receive input on future inductees.“We want to keep the community involved in adding nominees to the ballot for the athletic hall of fame,” said Stitzle. “We have received severa...

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  • Moore's basketball camps begin May 28

    Moore's basketball camps begin May 28


    By: B.J. Hargis

    Sullivan High School boys basketball coach Jeff Moore and his staff will host his annual youth boys basketball camps starting May 28 at the Sullivan Elementary School gymnasium.Boys in incoming grades K-2 will meet daily from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. through June 1.The camp for boys in grades 3-5 will meet each day until June 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.Cost is $25, which includes a basketball and awards.Sign-up will be the first day of camp.Camp for boys in grades 6-7 will be from 11:30 a.m. t...

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  • More athletes to be part of track and field regionals

    More athletes to be part of track and field regionals


    By: B.J. Hargis

    Several Sullivan High School track and field athletes also will be part of the lineup at the Bloomington North boys and girls sectionals this week.Sullivan’s Ike Chastain will compete in the shot put and discus on Thursday, starting at 6 p.m. He will join Grant Bell, who qualified in the pole vault.In the girls regional tonight, which will feature Madi Followell in the high jump, Shelby Hall, who is scheduled to compete in the 300 meter low hurdles, also will be running in the 100 high...

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  • SHS seniors garner awards

    SHS seniors garner awards


    By: Harold Bosstick

    Cortni Adams — JAG Scholarship Chloe Alsman — The Salon Professional Academy Scholarship William Andrews — Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair Certificate, Ivy Tech; Army Charles Archer — Golden Arrows Singers Alizabeth Arnett — Statewide Transfer General Education Core Technology Certificate, Ivy Tech; Ceres Solution Cooperative Scholarship; American Legion Post 139 Sonner Faught Scholarship; Tri Kappa Scholarship; Esther Ruddell Ladson Scholarship; John and...

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  • Newest Times reporter Cassy Tiefel takes public trust seriously

    Newest Times reporter Cassy Tiefel takes public trust seriously


    By: Times staff report

    The Sullivan Daily Times would like to announce the newest addition to the paper, reporter Cassy Tiefel. Tiefel is a Clay City resident who graduated from Clay City Jr./Sr. High School in 2008 and completed her bachelor’s degree in education with a focus in English from Indiana State University in 2012. Over the past few years, Tiefel has worked in schools in central Indiana but in 2016, she started working for the Ellettsville Journal. She went back to teaching for a bit but decided to...

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  • Hymera plugs water leak, waits for green light on road

    Hymera plugs water leak, waits for green light on road


    By: Harold Bosstick

    The Hymera Town Council was informed last Tuesday that water and street employees finally located and fixed a leak plaguing the town. “They found that leak and they fixed it,” Council president Scot Enstrom said Monday. “And that made our loss significantly lower now.” Up until the leak was located and fixed, the town was facing a large water loss which had been ongoing for months. This also comes two months after employees thought they had found it a previous time and...

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