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Monday, October 20, 2014

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  • Outdoor fest

    Outdoor fest


    By: Andrew Krull

    The first Southern Indiana Outdoor Festival was held Saturday at the Sullivan County 4-H Fairgrounds, with taxidermy exhibits, goose and duck calling contests and food provided by the Sullivan County Salvation Army and Sullivan Lions Club. Above, Dugger’s Jesse Lipscomb and his son Grayson look over a taxidermy display set up by Lengachers World Class Taxidermy of Washington. Lengachers took first place in both the fur and feathers divisions of the festival’s taxidermy contest.

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  • Shelburn Town Council enabling water customers to pay bills online

    Shelburn Town Council enabling water customers to pay bills online


    By: Dennis Clark

    Customers will soon have another option in paying their water bills following action taken by the Shelburn Town Council in its rescheduled meeting Thursday.The council unanimously accepted the recommendation of Jay Southwood, the town’s clerk-treasurer, to use the services of Invoice Cloud for payment of bills online.According to Invoice Cloud’s website, “Billers save money and speed cash flow … to seamlessly move away from paper invoices and checks to electronic bill...

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  • Man fleeing county officer causes crash Thursday

    Man fleeing county officer causes crash Thursday


    By: Times staff

    A man who fled an off-duty Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department officer onto U.S. 41 rear-ended another vehicle Thursday afternoon, causing the man’s arrest.Sidney Marcus Hickner, 18, Shelburn, faces preliminary charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, criminal recklessness, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting law enforcement. He was released late Saturday morning after serving 48 hours.The incident began Thursday when SCSD Sgt. Bill Sn...

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  • Thunderbirds fall to No. 6 Linton-Stockton

    Thunderbirds fall to No. 6 Linton-Stockton


    By: Aaron Kennedy

    The North Central Thunderbirds football team brought its regular season to a close with a 46-0 loss to the Linton-Stockton Miners Friday night at Farmersburg.Head coach Travis Nolting’s T-birds hung with the Miners for the first two quarters, but their long drives were not able to end with points.After North Central’s offense went three-and-out to start the game, Linton running back Austin Hale took the handoff on the Miners’ second play from scrimmage and took it 60 yards f...

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  • Arrows cap season with win over Vikes

    Arrows cap season with win over Vikes


    By: Times staff

    The Sullivan Golden Arrows will carry a three-game winning streak into the sectional tournament after wrapping up their regular season with a 35-27 win over the rival West Vigo Vikings Friday night at Jay Barrett Field in West Terre Haute.Coming into the game, Sullivan head coach Trent Olson warned that West Vigo almost always plays the Arrows close, and Friday proved him right.Down 35-13 at the end of three quarters, the Vikings scored 14 unanswered points and had a shot to tie the game with...

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  • Bulldogs take a bite out of the Raiders

    Bulldogs take a bite out of the Raiders


    By: Times staff report

    The Dugger Union Bulldogs finished with a winning season after demolishing the Martin County Raiders 61-0 Saturday night at Dugger.Dugger won their final three games of the year by a combined 160-6 to finish with a 5-4 record.“They played last night with a ton of heart and emotion,” Dugger Union head coach Kyle Foli said. “They knew they didn’t have a chance for any tournament play this year. They knew they wanted to go out with a win, and they were driven all week lon...

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  • Lady Arrows stumble in regular season finale

    Lady Arrows stumble in regular season finale


    By: Aaron Kennedy

    It was not the kind of match head coach Sue Chagnon wanted to carry into next week’s sectional tournament, as the Lady Arrows lost their regular season finale to the Vincennes Lincoln Lady Alices 22-25, 25-22, 25-19 and 25-14 Thursday night at Sullivan.After taking Terre Haute North to a fifth set the night before, the Lady Arrows couldn’t find their rhythm versus Vincennes Lincoln.“They were flat, and they weren’t moving on defense,” Sullivan head coach Sue Chag...

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