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Mother’s Day will be very different this year than any time in the past.  The world we live in is going through its most difficult time since World War II, and maybe in modern history.  Many p… Read more

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In the first four parts of my story, I covered what went on inside the old High School, Grade School, Junior High School, or just plain Sullivan School building on South Court Street. In the f… Read more

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The United States Postal Service is committed to delivering your mail and packages throughout the current pandemic. We are proud of our role in providing an essential service to every communit… Read more

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Editor’s note: This is part one of a five-part series that David Jarrett wrote back in the fall of 2015 that was previously published in the Senior Informant. Read more

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Today, the multitude of materials to choose from while building, remodeling or expanding structures makes the process of construction planning somewhat overwhelming. However, for many, brick i… Read more

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I try to have a narrative for you to read every Wednesday. Sometimes an idea just flows onto the paper without any hesitation; sometimes it takes a lot of research and time to put a story toge… Read more

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The FFA motto states, “Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve.” While all of these facets of the motto are important in an FFA chapter, “doing to learn” is perhaps th… Read more

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The Sullivan County Supervision Center would like to express appreciation to the Wabash Valley Community Foundation for their generous award of $2,500 to the program. The awards will allow us … Read more

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About six months ago, Rita and I decided to go on a trip to Vietnam. It was another of those “too-good-to-be-true” bargains. We invited Rita’s sister Anita and her husband Ron, and we all deci… Read more

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Valentine’s Day is the day for people in love to tell each other how much they love each other and for people who want to be in love to tell the people they want to impress just how much they … Read more

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Finally, we can read the newspapers, scroll on social media and watch the 24/7 news cycle without seeing a headline about the possible impeachment of President Donald Trump. At least for a few… Read more

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Friends come and go throughout life. On May 3, I visited a friend of 82 years. He is 94 years young. We met when I was 5, and we became fast friends. His name is Russell Pittman. Read more

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Today I want to talk about the “most hyped” event in sports history. Unless you are in complete isolation, you must know the “Super Bowl” is coming up. Outside of New Year’s Eve, I’m pretty su… Read more

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In my lifetime there have been many inventions and advancements which have made “living” much better, easier and safer. Some are the television, air conditioning, both building and auto, medic… Read more

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One year ago, I wrote the Times editorial about the unexpected death of three North Central High School students. I started the editorial with the verse Psalm 91:4. It states, “He will cover y… Read more

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Let me start this narrative by saying, “I’m so sorry — I just can’t resist it.” A year ago, I wrote a political satire piece about our current President and what seemed to me was happening. Ag… Read more

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In the past several years it seems there are all kinds of favorites and best-ever lists. We seem to have a fascination with the subject. I’ve always been at a loss for words when asked what is… Read more

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In my first article, I told you about who I am and how my time at Camp David helped shape my political views. In this article, I continue telling you about my path into politics and how my vie… Read more

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This narrative is intended for mature, really mature readers and other readers who want to see what they have to look forward to when getting old. Do you ever wonder why older people spend so … Read more

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The way we read has changed over the years, where once you would see everyone reading the morning news with a paper in hand, you now see a tablet or phone. We at the Sullivan Daily Times want … Read more

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Rita and I just got back from another great weekend in Sullivan. We were so busy I forgot to stop by the Times and introduce Rita to Kristi, the editor. We started our weekend off with our tra… Read more

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I started writing this narrative about Facebook a couple of weeks ago and kinda put it aside. When I saw that this month was the 15th Anniversary of Facebook, I couldn’t resist finishing it, s… Read more

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Every year for Christmas I feel like everyone is trying to get the best gifts. They spend tons of money that they don’t really have because they want to get a gift people will love. I have fou… Read more