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  • Tourism Commission of Sullivan County looking to update its website

    Tourism Commission of Sullivan County looking to update its website


    By: Dennis Clark

    The Tourism Commission of Sullivan County is looking to update its website, which also includes links to the Sullivan County Park and Lake and Sullivan County Historical Society. TCSC board president Donna Adams used words and phrases such as “we need a change,” “new look,” and “revamped” to describe her thoughts on improving its current website during their monthly meeting on Monday. The website domain for the three entities is sullivancountyin.com. Adams...

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  • Local organizations pair up to host free drug take-back day

    Local organizations pair up to host free drug take-back day


    By: Times staff report

    Times file photo Local agencies are encouraging all citizens of Sullivan County to participate by bringing their out of date or unwanted prescription and over-the-counter medicines to the park on Saturday. The Sullivan County Soil and Water Conservation District, along with the Sullivan County Sheriff's Department and the Sullivan County Health Department, will once again be offering a free drug take-back event at the Sullivan City Park on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They are encoura...

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  • Lady Bulldogs lose at home

    Lady Bulldogs lose at home


    By: B.J. Hargis

    DUGGER — The Dugger Union softball team got a rare chance to play, losing an 8-0 decision to visiting Cloverdale on Tuesday.The Lady Bulldogs slipped to 1-3, playing for the first time in 11 days.“The girls just haven’t played enough to really get comfortable on the field,” said new Dugger Union coach Amanda Parr. “This was the first time we had played a game since we played Wood Memorial the Friday before last.“Because of the rain and having a team wanting...

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  • Ladybirds win conference game

    Ladybirds win conference game


    By: B.J. Hargis

    North Central scored three runs in the fourth and two in the sixth as the Ladybirds defeated visiting Clay City 6-4 in a Southwestern Indiana Conference softball game at Farmersburg on Monday.North Central improved to 10-4 overall, 3-1 in the SWIAC.Madison Schofield, Morgan Manning and Kaelee Moody each doubled for the winners.Moody knocked in two runs, Manning had one RBI and Schofield with 2-for-3 with two runs and one RBI.Hailey Salyer contributed one hit, one run and two runs batted in. B...

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  • Sullivan sports roundup

    Sullivan sports roundup


    By: B.J. Hargis

    Arrows host track meet Sullivan High School hosted Linton, North Daviess and Bloomfield in a boys and girls track meet on Tuesday at the Harry C. Jarrett Track.Linton won the boys meet with 101.5 points. Sullivan was third with 67 points.In the girls meet, Linton edge Sullivan 83-79.Ike Chastain was the lone winner for the Sullivan boys. He was first in the shot put and second in the discus.Whitnee Newby won both the 100 and 200 meters for the Lady Arrows.Abbie Hall was first in the 400, Madd...

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  • Property owner walks in on Easter Sunday burglary

    Property owner walks in on Easter Sunday burglary


    By: Times staff

    Two people are behind bars after a property owner discovered them burglarizing a residence on Easter Sunday in Carlisle Nathaniel Lancaster, 26, Linton, and Jessica Peterson, 30, Sullivan, were arrested in connection to the incident. Lancaster has been preliminarily charged with burglary while armed with a deadly weapon, a Level 2 felony; theft, a Level 6 felony; and possession of a handgun without a permit and possession of Marijuana, both Class A misdemeanors. Peterson faces preliminary cha...

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  • DUCS adds bus, reworking routes as student count rises

    DUCS adds bus, reworking routes as student count rises


    By: Harold Bosstick

    Photo by HAROLD BOSSTICK Students at Dugger Union Community School line up to board one of its buses. The school recently purchased a fourth bus, which will allow the corporation to expand as enrollment continues to increase.  With the addition of a fourth bus to its fleet, Dugger Union Community School plans to retool its bus routes to service its increasing number of students. “The goal is to have four bus routes and to try to take some of the load off of the other buses with th...

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