SignupLogin
Thursday, July 19, 2018
Sullivan County Star of the Month Banner Ad

Top Local News Headlines

  • SHS boys tennis practice starts July 30

    SHS boys tennis practice starts July 30


    By: Times staff

    Sullivan High School boys tennis coach would like to remind incoming freshmen from Rural Community Academy and Carlisle that practice will begin at 3:30 p.m. July 30 at the tennis courts at the middle school.Players in incoming grades 9-12 are eligible to participate.Players must have a physical on file in the SHS athletic office to be eligible to participate.Coach Jeff Lookebill said that players new players are encouraged to attend the final summer camp on Tuesday, which is scheduled for 7...

    Read more...
  • Post 139 drops sectional opener

    Post 139 drops sectional opener


    By: B.J. Hargis

    TERRE HAUTE — Rockville Post 48 scored the winning run with no outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to edge Sullivan Post 139 8-7 in an opening round game at the Terre Haute American Legion Sectional on Tuesday night.Trevor Rapp tripled to begin the Rockville seventh and Sullivan manager Tony Steimel elected to walk the next two batters, loading the bases with no outs.Chris Taylor then came into pitch and issued a walk to Clayton Schaefer, bringing home Rapp with the game-winning ru...

    Read more...
  • Gary man faces 14 charges tied to stealing car, fleeing police

    Gary man faces 14 charges tied to stealing car, fleeing police


    By: Times staff

    A Gary man has been charged with two felonies and 12 misdemeanor charges for allegedly stealing a pickup truck and charitable donations in a box from Sullivan Automotive Group before crashing the vehicle and leading police on a foot chase. Dorian Michael James Hart, 27, was charged in Sullivan Superior Court on July 11 with the following charges: burglary, a Level 5 felony; auto theft, a Level 6 felony; theft, a Class A misdemeanor; two counts of leaving the scene of an accident and seven cou...

    Read more...
  • Shelburn man charged with sexual battery, harassment

    Shelburn man charged with sexual battery, harassment


    By: Times staff

    A Shelburn man faces charges for allegedly sending harassing texts to a woman and groping her when she confronted him. James Steven Sullins, 41, faces a Level 6 felony count of sexual battery and a Class B misdemeanor count of harassment, according to documents filed in Sullivan Circuit Court on Tuesday. Under Indiana law, sexual battery is defined as unwanted physical contact, whereas rape, by law, is when any penetration occurs. According to his incident report filed in the case, Sullivan C...

    Read more...
  • Four bids for Shelburn's Interurban building interior restoration come in too high

    Four bids for Shelburn's Interurban building interior restoration come in too high


    By: Dennis Clark

    The Shelburn Town Council will have to scale back a bit on its next construction phase of the town-owned Interurban Depot building restoration. Four sealed bids were officially opened for the historic building’s interior work during a special council meeting on Friday. “They came in way too high,” clerk-treasurer Jay Southwood said. Southwood noted the addition of a second story to the building’s wish list moved the project cost out of the realm of practicality, so adj...

    Read more...
  • Shelburn settles lawsuit against Floyd-Hunter for $45,000

    Shelburn settles lawsuit against Floyd-Hunter for $45,000


    By: Times staff

    Shelburn settled its lawsuit against its former wastewater treatment operator Floyd-Hunter Inc., with a joint stipulation for dismissal filed by the two parties in Sullivan Circuit Court on July 11. Terms of the settlement were not included in the case, but the Times obtained that agreement after filing a public records request with Shelburn. Shelburn, Floyd-Hunter, Staci Hunter, Joseph Hunter and Rockhill Insurance Co. were parties agreeing to the release dated June 15. Under the terms of th...

    Read more...
  • A tank that holds 10,000 people

    A tank that holds 10,000 people


    By: Megan Thorne

    Photo by MEGAN THORNE Tyler Cloutier, second from left, shows off his "tank that holds 10,000 people" that he made out of marshmallows and pretzels during snack time for Mini 4-H Wednesday morning at the Sullivan County 4-H Fair. This year's theme was "Space" and the kids were able to make crafts, take a fairgrounds tour, play a game and make a paper rocket. 

    Read more...

AP Video Feed

eEdition of AX_SITE_NAME


See and Buy our Photos

Announcement Submissions