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  • Farmers encouraged to speak with insurance agents regarding crop loss

    Farmers encouraged to speak with insurance agents regarding crop loss


    By: Cassy Tiefel

    There are years when farmers are concerned that their crops may not have enough rain to grow. Take a look back at 2012, for example. However, this is not one of those years. With the continual rainfall, many farmers are struggling to get their crops planted. Farm Bureau insurance agent Jamie Mason said they are receiving a record number of claims. “I don’t know that I’ve seen it this busy,” he said. While the final planting date for corn was June 5, growers were allowe...

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  • SCPL partners with Meier Winery & Vinyard to host 'Galaxy Gala'

    SCPL partners with Meier Winery & Vinyard to host 'Galaxy Gala'


    By: Times staff

    Contributed photoKids attending a Sullivan County Public Library Summer Reading ProgramEvent are amused by an enthusiastic storyteller. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  To wrap up the 2019 Summer Reading Program, the Sullivan County Public Library is partnering with Meier Winery & Vinyard to host a “Galaxy Gala” on July 13 to close out the summer’s space-themed events. In recognition of the 50th anniversary...

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  • Failure to wear seat belts send two passengers to hospital

    Failure to wear seat belts send two passengers to hospital


    By: Times staff

    At approximately 2:01 p.m. Monday, Indiana State Police responded to a single vehicle accident on Interstate 70 near the 26-mile marker westbound that sent two Terre Haute individuals to the hospital. Preliminary investigation revealed that Kenneth T. Bolinger, 31, Farmersburg, was driving a 2006 Toyota van for uCabbi transportation. Bolinger had transported two passengers from Terre Haute to Indianapolis, and was transporting them back to their residence in Terre Haute. For an unknown reason...

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  • Farmersburg Town Council deals with eyesores, stormwater and playground equipment

    Farmersburg Town Council deals with eyesores, stormwater and playground equipment


    By: Dennis Clark

    The Farmersburg Town Council reported still being in the study stage when it comes to updating its town ordinances during its monthly meeting on Tuesday. Town Marshal Cody Strain, during his monthly report, said he’d given copies of the ordinances to the council, asking if they had a chance to review them. “I have looked over them but it’s one of those things and it’s going to take time to go through them … some of them are quite old,” Councilman Jerry Bak...

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  • 100 Women Who Care donates $6,600 to Fairbanks Community Center

    100 Women Who Care donates $6,600 to Fairbanks Community Center


    By: Times staff

    100 Women Who Care of Sullivan County met on May 15 for its second quarterly meeting of 2019 to nominate, advocate and select a nonprofit organization to collectively provide financial support as well as to create a sense of community. Members selected Fairbanks Community Center to receive a donation of $6,600 to help fund the revitalization of their building. Advocating member Jen Petty said, “I am excited to see the revitalization of this old schoolhouse into a facility the community...

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  • Lueking named DAR's 'Good Citizen' runner-up, 'Faith and Courage' winner

    Lueking named DAR's 'Good Citizen' runner-up, 'Faith and Courage' winner


    By: Times staff

    Contributed photo Indiana DAR gifted Brooke Lueking, right, a monetary award and a plaque for her accomplishments. They were presented to her by the Francis Vigo Chapter Regent Haley Lancaster at the Vincennes Chapter meeting May 28.   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sullivan High School graduate Brooke Lueking has been recognized by the Indiana Society Daughters of the American Revolution in their annual Good Citizen Award an...

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  • Race Across America stops in Sullivan

    Race Across America stops in Sullivan


    By: Contributed photo

    Contributed photo Above, the Race Across America media crew is shown with racer John Tarlton, right, at the Newsstand in downtown Sullivan on Friday. The bicycle race began in San Diego on June 11 and will hit the finishline in Annapolis, Maryland on Sunday.      

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