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  • North Central loses conference game at home

    North Central loses conference game at home


    By: Times staff report

    North Daviess used a 21-12 advantage in the second quarter to post a 65-52 Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference boys basketball victory at North Central on Friday.It was the SWIAC opener for the Cougars, who improved to 3-0 overall.The Thunderbirds slipped to 0-3, 0-2 in the conference.Bryton Suggs led North Central with 20 points, including four 3-pointers.Ty Thompson scored 10 points before fouling out.Trevor Hadley and James Roberts each scored seven points.North Central will play Tues...

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  • Three Sullivan wrestlers place at Evansville Memorial

    Three Sullivan wrestlers place at Evansville Memorial


    By: B.J. Hargis

    The Sullivan High School wrestlers competed at the Evansville Memorial Invitational on Saturday.“We finished ninth out of 12 teams,” said Sullivan coach Roy Monroe. “It was a competitive tournament as you had the Evansville schools and some other good teams.“We are very young and inexperienced. But the kids are getting better every day. As a coach, that is all you can ask for.”Sullivan had three wrestlers that placed, including Kenton Williams.The junior was cham...

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  • Figg leads Sullivan boys, SHS girls lose

    Figg leads Sullivan boys, SHS girls lose


    By: Gary Hazlett

    BAINBRIDGE — The North Putnam and Sullivan basketball teams split a Western Indiana Conference West Division doubleheader Friday night, with victories for the Cougar girls and the Golden Arrow boys.Girls gameThe North Putnam girls have been improving since the Putnam County Classic and picked up their second consecutive win — a 51-44 decision over the visiting Lady Arrows.North Putnam improved to 4-5 overall but more importantly 2-0 in Western Indiana Conference play. Sullivan fel...

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  • Lady Bulldogs win one, lose one

    Lady Bulldogs win one, lose one


    By: B.J. Hargis

    Dugger Union showed little signs of rust as the Lady Bulldogs cruised to a 57-24 victory over visiting Bloomington Home School on Friday night in a high school girls basketball game.The Lady Bulldogs had been off for 13 days.“We did a fantastic job of initiating the trap and with that we almost tripled our fastbreak points,” said Dugger Union coach Chrystal Salesman. “We created a lot of opportunities as our steals went from 12 to 29.“We only  had 10 turnovers. We...

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  • Communication still an issue with Glendora Lake Testing Facility

    Communication still an issue with Glendora Lake Testing Facility


    By: Dennis Clark

    Improved communication remains a hot topic, or at least, in this case, a loud topic with the NSA Crane’s Lake Glendora Test Facility. Commissioners’ attorney Ann Mischler informed the commissioners in their meeting last week of attending an organizational meeting of the White River Military Coordination Alliance recently. If you recall, the WRMCA is the next step after NSA Crane’s Joint Land Use Study was commissioned in 2014. The goal is to develop the area surrounding NSA...

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  • Finer diner: A community coming together

    Finer diner: A community coming together


    By: Kristi Sanders

    Photo by KRISTI SANDERS Locals gathered at the Melody Lounge on Sunday to help support the employees of the Kat-A-Korner Diner. These employees are currently without jobs after the Kat-A-Korner burnt down on Nov. 15. One local restaurant is stepping up to help the employees from the Kat-A-Korner Diner. The restaurant burnt down on Nov. 15 and has left 12 employees without work. Owners of the Melody Lounge, Sharon and Jeremy Waggoner, decided to help out for the holidays. They did this by hos...

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  • Misunderstanding keeps Sullivan County Ambulance Transport off tax rolls until 2020

    Misunderstanding keeps Sullivan County Ambulance Transport off tax rolls until 2020


    By: Dennis Clark

    The Sullivan County Ambulance Transport will be placed on the county’s tax rolls a year later than expected. “The ambulance was set to be in the budget to be on the tax rolls in 2019,” Auditor Diana Ross informed the county commissioners during its meeting on Monday.  “And the (Department of Local Government Finance) didn’t see that I had it in the tax rolls. So when they sent my budget, it wasn’t in there.” The good news is the amount of funds &...

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