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Farmersburg council happy to put a 'Strain' on the budget; town marshal receives raise
Farmersburg council happy to put a 'Strain' on the budget; town marshal receives raise  The Farmersburg Town Council showed its pleasure with the efforts of town marshal, Cody Strain, during their monthly meeting last week. First off, th...
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Sunday, July 29, 2018
Participants enjoy first National Day of The Cowboy ride from Merom
Participants enjoy first National Day of The Cowboy ride from Merom  Photo by ANDREW KRULL Terry Tryon and his horse Rose were among more than 30 riders that took part in the inaugural National Day of the Cowboy Vetera...
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Sunday, July 29, 2018
Snack time at the beach
Photo by KRISTI SANDERS Sullivans Roni Arnold, 1, enjoys her snack time on Thursday while taking a quick break from swimming at Sullivan County Park...
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Thursday, July 26, 2018
School board election filing period starts; Farmersburg town council seats contested
School board election filing period starts; Farmersburg town council seats contested  Two school board seats are up for each of the Southwest and Northeast school corporations boards of trustees in this years November general election....
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Thursday, July 26, 2018
State opioid summit shows new opportunities to help fight addictions
State opioid summit shows new opportunities to help fight addictions Several local leaders went to the Indiana Opioid Summit on Wednesday to learn about how they can be proactive for opioid issues as they arise in Sull...
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Thursday, July 26, 2018
Health Department discusses recycling tires, 'skeeters, billboard, much more
Health Department discusses recycling tires, 'skeeters, billboard, much more  The Sullivan County Health Department tackled many subjects, getting things rolling with recycling tires during its recent monthly meeting. The SCHD...
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Thursday, July 26, 2018
Trump helps farmers after fallout from tariff wars
Trump helps farmers after fallout from tariff wars  Photo by KRISTI SANDERS Del Unger, 56, of Carlisle, works on his combine to get ready for the harvest this fall. He supports Trumps purpose with the...
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Wednesday, July 25, 2018
RCA's charter school set to embark on its 15th school year
RCA's charter school set to embark on its 15th school year  Rural Community Academy is poised to begin its 15th year as a K-8 charter school in Graysville, which is authorized by Ball State University. The sch...
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Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Fairbanks man injured; semi rolls over in separate U.S. 41 crashes
Fairbanks man injured; semi rolls over in separate U.S. 41 crashes  Photo by HAROLD BOSSTICK Medical crews help the driver of a semi off of its cab after it overturned on U.S. 41 Wednesday morning. ----- ----- ----- A...
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Wednesday, July 25, 2018
NESC drafting letter of agreement with firm to work on school safety, building renovations plan
NESC drafting letter of agreement with firm to work on school safety, building renovations plan  The Northeast School Corp. Board of Trustees gave superintendent Mark Baker permission to sign a letter with a firm as the corporation moves forward...
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Tuesday, July 24, 2018
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