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  • EDITORIAL: Exploratory committee a good first step forward for NESC

    EDITORIAL: Exploratory committee a good first step forward for NESC


    By: Sullivan Daily Times

    Recently, Northeast School Corp. has established a committee tasked with analyzing what the corporation needs to do to prosper in the coming years. The focus group was recommended by a report issued to NESC by Administrator Assistance, an outside consulting group, in December. Ultimately, the committee was assigned to investigate the corporation’s strengths, weaknesses and background information on finances, morale and curriculum. Finally, its members would make recommendations for futu...

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  • On land or in the air: Local entertainment options aplenty this weekend

    On land or in the air: Local entertainment options aplenty this weekend


    By: Dennis Clark

    Sullivan County residents, and those beyond our borders, have a trio of entertainment options for this weekend. If you want a common theme? It’s “Planes, Trains and Automobiles,” just without the trains. To wit: • The Sullivan County Shifters Club hosts its annual “Be There or Be Square” vintage car show on the courthouse square. • Watts in the Sky will pique the interest of model/motorized airplane enthusiasts at the county airport. • Redbird Stat...

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  • Water main break affects several Sullivan customers

    Water main break affects several Sullivan customers


    By: Times staff

    Indiana American Water experienced a water main break at the intersection of Chaney Street and Elm Street on Thursday, which affected service for several customers.  “It was a quarter size hole in the main,” IAW Operations Superintendent David Baker said. “It was probably just from the age (of the system).”  The leak happened around 11:30 a.m. Thursday and the main had to be shut down for repair. An Indiana American Water representative advised the water was...

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  • SHS trip to Europe provides real-life lessons

    SHS trip to Europe provides real-life lessons


    By: Jessica Pitts

    From classroom learning to real-life experience, nearly 20 Sullivan High School students, parents and teachers flew “over the pond” to London and Paris for a different kind of education.   Through culture, history and language, the travelers were able to “learn about European history and read many stories and plays from European authors like William Shakespeare and Louis Carol,” SHS teacher Tracy Greggs said. Seeing the Globe Theater, Buckingham Palace, the Mona L...

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  • Sullivan County to be well represented at WVFCA All-Star game

    Sullivan County to be well represented at WVFCA All-Star game


    By: B.J. Hargis

    TERRE HAUTE — The 13th annual Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star game on Saturday at Indiana State University’s Memorial Stadium will feature several players and coaches from Sullivan County.Linebacker J.T. Basinger and defensive back Brayden Kutch will represent North Central High School after leading the Thunderbirds to a second consecutive appearance in the sectional champion game.Sullivan High School will have six players participating, including quarterback T...

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  • Dugger seeking street grant funds

    Dugger seeking street grant funds


    By: Andrew Krull

    Fresh off receiving word earlier this month that it would receive a $300,000 Office of Community and Rural Affairs grant for sewer improvements, Dugger — like several other county communities — is targeting a Community Crossroads matching grant for street repairs.  “We’re trying to get this grant for the blacktop,” Dugger Town Council President Bill Pirtle said during Tuesday’s regular council meeting. “Greg’s (Ellis) been doing a lot of wo...

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  • OCRA tour visits Sullivan in July

    OCRA tour visits Sullivan in July


    By: Times staff

    The Office of Community and Rural Affairs will hold a listening tour across the state, visiting 13 different communities between June 27 and Aug. 3. The tour will stop in Sullivan on July 25.  “The listening sessions, on behalf of Lt. Governor Crouch, will take place around the State of Indiana over the next several weeks,” a press release notes. “OCRA is interested in hearing about rural Indiana’s current strengths, weaknesses, threats, and opportunities. Feedbac...

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