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Thursday, May 06, 2021

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  • Thunderbirds win first game

    Thunderbirds win first game


    By: B.J. Hargis

    In the annual battle of Thunderbirds, North Central defeated visiting Eastern Greene 6-2 in a Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference high school baseball game on Tuesday. It was the first win of the season for North Central, who improved to 1-9 overall, 1-5 in the SWIAC. North Central scored two runs in the first inning to take the lead for good. They added three runs in the fourth and one more in the fifth. Jaron Bonacorsi tossed a four-hitter as he picked up the complete-game victory. He...

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  • Lady Arrows' winning streak snapped

    Lady Arrows' winning streak snapped


    By: B.J. Hargis

    Host Northview scored in all but one at bat as the host Lady Knights defeated visiting Sullivan 9-0 in a Western Indiana Conference softball game on Tuesday. Sullivan had its 12-game winning streak snapped. The Lady Arrows slipped to 16-4 overall and suffered its first conference loss in six games. Northview pushed its record to 6-0 in the WIC, 13-2 overall. Kendal Edmondson had the only hit for the Lady Arrows, who struck out 13 times against winning pitcher Lauren Sackett. She only issued o...

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  • Ladybirds lose to South

    Ladybirds lose to South


    By: Times staff

    North Central slipped to 4-10 after a 13-3 loss to visiting Terre Haute South in a high school softball game on Tuesday. Kayla Goldsworthy tossed a complete game and took the loss. She allowed eight hits and 13 runs, seven earned. She struck out four and walked four. Goldsworthy, Emma Zimmerman and Makenzy Haviland had two hits apiece. Haviland, Hope Crooks and Lilli Gaines each had two hits for North Central. Crooks, Goldsworthy and Haviland each scored one run. Brooklin Klitzing, Zimmerman...

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  • WVCF receives $33,334 contribution from Hoosier Energy

    WVCF receives $33,334 contribution from Hoosier Energy


    By: Times staff

    Contributed photoThe Wabash Valley Community Foundation, through its Sullivan Countyaffiliate, received a $33,334 contribution from Hoosier Energy earlierthis week. Combined with an additional $66,668 from Lilly EndowmentInc., this will result in a $100,000 endowment to benefit SullivanCounty forever. Above, shown during a check presentation at theSullivan County Courthouse are, from left, Hoosier Energy Senior VicePresident Scott Bowers, Hoosier Energy Chief Operating Officer RobHorton, Sull...

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  • Indy man pleads guilty in Sullivan murder case

    Indy man pleads guilty in Sullivan murder case


    By: Lisa Trigg, Tribune-Star

    An Indianapolis man has agreed to a 55-year prison sentence in the 2019death of a Sullivan County woman.Danny A. Wilson Jr., 42, now has a May 21 sentencing date in SullivanSuperior Court.Wilson pleaded guilty to murder in the May 23, 2019, shooting death of61-year-old Patricia S. Dorsett of Cass. He had been schedule for trial onMay 17.Wilson’s girlfriend, Renne Huffines, pleaded guilty last week to conspiracyto commit murder. Her sentencing date is also May 21. Those hearings willbe c...

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  • Drug Take Back event locally deemed a success

    Drug Take Back event locally deemed a success


    By: Times staff

    By working together to host Operation Medicine Cabinet this pastSaturday, the Sullivan County Soil and Water Conservation District,Sullivan County Sheriff's Department, and the state of Indiana andSullivan County Health Departments safely disposed of 116 pounds ofprescription and over-the-counter medications."All in an effort to make the county of Sullivan a cleaner, saferplace!" said SCSWCD District Coordinator Allison McKain."We look forward to hosting another drug take back event this...

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  • Lamb signs to run at Flagler College

    Lamb signs to run at Flagler College


    By: B.J. Hargis

    Sullivan High School senior Dossan Lamb will be continuing his running career in Florida. Lamb made it official on Monday after he had previously signed a letter-of-intent to run cross country and track at Flagler College in St. Augustine. “I am so excited to have the chance to continue my career as a runner and get an education,” Lamb, who has battled injuries throughout his prep career. “The grandparents live four hours away and some of my family will be moving down to Flo...

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