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  • Girls basketball camp starts Monday

    Girls basketball camp starts Monday


    By: Times sports

    Sullivan High School girls basketball coach Julie Meeks will be hosting a girls biddy basketball camp, starting Monday at Sullivan Middle School. Incoming grades K-2 will meet daily from 10 to 11 a.m. Girls in grades 3-4 will meet each day from 11 a.m. until noon. Cost is $25. Registration is the first day of camp.  

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  • SDT announces All-County softball team

    SDT announces All-County softball team


    By: B.J. Hargis

    The Sullivan Daily Times is proud to announce the 2018 All-Sullivan County softball team.It was a banner year for softball this season as North Central won the Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference, sectional, regional and semi-state and finished as Class A state runner-up with a 23-7 record.Sullivan ended up with a 19-10 record.The All-County squad consists of 15 girls, including seven from North Central, six from Sullivan and two from Dugger Union.All of the girls were nominated by their...

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  • Sullivan man charged in connection to break-in involving shots fired

    Sullivan man charged in connection to break-in involving shots fired


    By: Times staff

    A Sullivan man faces five charges in connection to a case in which he is accused of breaking into a home and brandishing a handgun. Dartanion Malcom Hart, 24, was charged in Sullivan Superior Court on June 15 with the following: a Level 4 felony count of burglary; Level 6 felony counts of pointing a firearm, criminal recklessness and residential entry; and a Class A misdemeanor count of theft. According to an incident report filed in the case by Sullivan City Police Department Officer Rob Smi...

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  • Four men arrested on drug charges, firearms possession

    Four men arrested on drug charges, firearms possession


    By: Times staff

    Four men were arrested after officers found marijuana and handguns in their vehicle after a traffic stop Thursday night. These individual face the following charges: • Jordan Tyler McClure, 20, Shelburn; charged with possession of a handgun without a permit, possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a common nuisance, $12,000 bond. • Romeo Phillip Risley, 20, Sullivan; charged with possession of marijuana, possession of firearm by a felon, possession of drug paraphernalia and...

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  • 8th edition of 'Be There Or Be Square' is Sunday

    8th edition of 'Be There Or Be Square' is Sunday


    By: Dennis Clark

    The Sullivan County Shifters Club set a record for entries  in its seventh annual “Be There Or Be Square” car show last year on the courthouse square. If you recall, ideal weather conditions created a “perfect storm” as a record 126 vintages cars and trucks participated. This year’s 8th annual show is set for Sunday at the courthouse square, and event co-chairperson Irv Thompson sounded confident they could approach that level of participation again this yea...

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  • SWSC takes first steps for procuring bond debt for renovations

    SWSC takes first steps for procuring bond debt for renovations


    By: Harold Bosstick

    CUTLINE H.J. Umbaugh & Associates Manager Ryan Fetters, left, describes bond options to the Southwest School Corp. Board of Trustees during its meeting Wednesday. The corporation is exploring options to fund renovation projects at its schools potentially costing $2.9 million. ----- ----- -----  Southwest School Corp. trustees adopted two resolutions to lay the framework to obtain additional bonds to fund the renovation of its facilities that could cost as much as $2.9 million. This c...

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  • Shelburn council hoping town's post office will relocate to former bank building

    Shelburn council hoping town's post office will relocate to former bank building


    By: Dennis Clark

    The Shelburn Town Council was informed a potential tenant has expressed interest in occupying the town-owned former bank building located on Mill Street at their regular monthly meeting on Monday. “A couple of U.S. Post Office officials approached (council president) James Ward last Thursday,” Clerk-Treasurer Jay Southwood said. “So on Friday they toured the building, both inside and outside." At Monday’s meeting, the council passed a motion allowing Becky Klingle of R...

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