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  • Wabash Valley Correctional Facility investigation leads to arrests

    Wabash Valley Correctional Facility investigation leads to arrests


    By: Times staff report

    Contributed photo Pictured (from left): Office of Investigation and Intelligence personnel arrested two people for attempting to traffic drugs into Wabash Valley Correctional Facility. Pictured here is, from left, OII Intelligence Analyst Barbie Brock escorting Ashley Greene from the building. CARLISLE — Correctional Police Officers from the Office of Investigation and Intelligence at Wabash Valley Correction Facility intercepted a visitor, Ashley Greene, of Indianapolis, attempting to...

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  • Three new troopers report to Putnamville Post

    Three new troopers report to Putnamville Post


    By: Times staff report

    Contributed photo Sullivan and Vigo counties will have three new officers on patrol. The officers are, from left, William R. Clark, Andrew C. Mattern and Gerald D. Stump. Three new probationary troopers reported for duty at the Indiana State Police Post in Putnamville. They are three of the 54 new troopers reporting to their districts of assignment following graduation from the 78th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy on Dec. 13. Their recent graduation marked the culmination of 22 weeks of...

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  • Sullivan bowling team

    Sullivan bowling team


    By: Dennis Clark

    Photos by B.J. HARGIS: The Sullivan High School bowling team has been competing for a couple of months at various locations throughout the Wabash Valley. Their season won’t conclude until 2019. Team members, front, from left, include Brandon Amstutz, Andy Shepler, Mataya Welch, Chase Monroe, Chance Stewart-Hayne, Morgan Earle, Grace Vanatti, Damon Earle and Jessie Roberts; and, back, Matthew Monroe, Kyndra Lantrip (Dugger Union), Nora Deal, Lane Pinkston, Aaron Mills, Alex Hines, Adia P...

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  • Mayor discusses, updates ongoing topics of interest in monthly radio show

    Mayor discusses, updates ongoing topics of interest in monthly radio show


    By: Dennis Clark

    Sullivan mayor Clint Lamb, passionately at times, touched on a variety of local topics of interest during his monthly “Chat with the Mayor” aired by WNDI Radio on Dec. 7. The mayor provided updates on the former Runt’s building, a possible second hotel in the area, the “youth center” and a growing amount of dollars in public and private investment locally. Runt’s building Lamb noted the Sullivan City Redevelopment Commission purchased the building on the no...

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  • NESC shuffles personnel after NCHS's Nolting resigns

    NESC shuffles personnel after NCHS's Nolting resigns


    By: Harold Bosstick

    Contributed photo Former Northeast East Elementary Principal Brad Hudson speaks during their Veterans Day ceremony this year. He will now fill the roles of athletic director and assistant principal in the interim for North Central High School. On Monday, the Northeast School Corp. Board of Trustees shuffled around personnel after a resignation left a hole at North Central High School. The board approved the resignation of Travis Nolting, who served as the NCHS assistant principal, athletic d...

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  • Local students participate in 'Baskets of Cheer' program

    Local students participate in 'Baskets of Cheer' program


    By: Times staff report

    Contributed photo Local students from Sullivan High School were able to help out local elderly in need by participating in the Baskets of Cheer program. Here are several students with the baskets they put together. Students in Laura Cross’s Family and Consumer Science classes at Sullivan High School recently participated in the Baskets of Cheer program. The students in the program collected hygiene items in laundry baskets, which are then distributed by Area 7 Agency on Aging and Disab...

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  • Commissioners consider ambulance billing service options

    Commissioners consider ambulance billing service options


    By: Dennis Clark

    The Sullivan County Commissioners  looked into options to improve medical billing outcomes for the county’s ambulance service during a special meeting on Friday afternoon. The commissioners conducted about a one-hour teleconference with AccuMed, which is located in Michigan. “Looking at options there to see … somebody had called me about offering their services for billing to see if they could do a better job or cheaper job than the one we currently have now,” co...

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