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  • Sullivan juniors earn All-State honors

    Sullivan juniors earn All-State honors


    By: B.J. Hargis

    A pair of Sullivan junior girls soccer players earned All-State honors on Wednesday.Forward Kathleen Ming was selected first team All-State by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association.Defender Abbey Wardell earned a spot on third team All-State.During the 2017 season, Ming scored 47 goals (second in Indiana and ninth in the nation) and added 16 assists.Ming  also was selected first team All-District by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association and earned her second All-Western Indian...

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  • Shelburn town council stays course in 2018 financial affairs

    Shelburn town council stays course in 2018 financial affairs


    By: Dennis Clark

    he Shelburn Town Council intends to retain its new wastewater treatment plant operator in 2018, just one of several year-end actions during Monday’s monthly meeting. Dustin Geatches, also the current licensed operator for the towns of Hymera and Worthington, was hired in mid-2017 through the end of this year. Geatches has been paid $1,600 a month, which will remain in effect in 2018. Due to the new contract requiring final approval, the matter was tabled until the council’s next r...

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  • Wabash Valley Maker's Fest returns to Sullivan County

    Wabash Valley Maker's Fest returns to Sullivan County


    By: Times staff

    The second annual Wabash Valley Maker’s Fest is returning to Sullivan County from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 10 at the Sullivan Middle School, located at 415 W. Frakes St. The event, open to kids in kindergarten through 12th grade and elementary and high school educators, is a dynamic day of fun and hands on education in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture and Mathematics) innovations, according to a press release. Attendees can engage in presentations by members of EdTech H...

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  • Master Naturalists seek enrollees for 2018 session

    Master Naturalists seek enrollees for 2018 session


    By: Times staff

    A new session of the Indiana Master Naturalists begins just after the new year. The upcoming session begins Jan. 4 and runs through March, a press release notes. The 2018 series consists of nine sessions with 17 different presenters on subjects relating to nature.   Presenters come from Purdue Extension, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, wildlife biologists and private sources, the release adds. All sessions will be held at the Sullivan County 4-H Fairgrounds.   Topics fo...

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  • Singing the songs of the season

    Singing the songs of the season


    By: Jessica Pitts

    Photo by JESSICA PITTS The Sullivan High School Golden Arrow Singers performed at the Sullivan County Public Library wassail and cookies event on Thursday.

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  • Migrating whooping cranes make landfall at Goose Pond FWA

    Migrating whooping cranes make landfall at Goose Pond FWA


    By: Jessica Pitts

    Contributed photo Costume-reared whooping cranes were released just after first light at Goose Pond FWA early Tuesday morning.   With the help of a Canadian charity organization and a nearly 450-mile trek from Wisconsin, three whooping cranes began their migration south at Goose Pond FWA on Tuesday. Originally arriving from Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Laurel, Maryland with four other birds, the small flock began training for costume-rearing at White River Marsh in late June. &nb...

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  • Merom officials take steps with grant bidding; look at sidewalk option for Third Street

    Merom officials take steps with grant bidding; look at sidewalk option for Third Street


    By: Andrew Krull

    Merom officials reported on steps taken to seek bids for street repair work next spring and a new possibility to get sidewalks and lighting for its main street during a brief town council meeting on Tuesday. Clerk-treasurer June Shacklett noted she’d communicated with HWC Engineering Assistant Resident Project Representative Ron Shepard, who will be emailing her a bid quote for street repairs on the Merom Park Bluff and the streets running into the park. HWC assisted Merom in obtaining...

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