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  • Hymera moves towards improving wastewater treatment

    Hymera moves towards improving wastewater treatment


    By: CASSY TIEFEL

    The Hymera Town Council passed a resolution in relation to a sewage grant the town is seeking on Tuesday. The resolution states, “The town council, town of Hymera, has set plans for a wastewater infrastructure improvement project to meet the state federal regulations, and the community intends to proceed with the construction of such projects.” The council approved that a preliminary engineering report, prepared in August 2018, be “submitted to the State Revolving Fund Loan...

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  • City council approves land usage ordinance amendments

    City council approves land usage ordinance amendments


    By: Dennis Clark

    The Sullivan City Council unanimously approved a pair of amendments to its land usage ordinance during their monthly meeting on Tuesday. “It basically says that anybody that’s going to use a manufactured home, mobile home, travel trailer, so forth, will be subject to an approved location permit,” City Attorney Doug Followell explained. “And it’s got to comply with this ordinance regarding federal and state laws for temporary occupancy.” Also amended —...

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  • Patterns with a purpose: Local girls sew dresses, send to Belize

    Patterns with a purpose: Local girls sew dresses, send to Belize


    By: Cassy Tiefel

    Photo by CASSY TIEFEL Addison Hunt sews a dress to be sent to Belize as part of Dresses for Daughters of Christ's mission. In a world with so much negativity, there is a group of local girls who are working diligently to make a positive impact. That impact will be felt far beyond the boundaries of Sullivan County. They are sewing together dress patterns. Their purpose? These dresses will be sent over 2,500 miles south to be given away. On July 16, Maura Secrest and Wes Bedwell will take...

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  • UPDATED: Sullivan man arrested on three felony counts of voyeurism

    UPDATED: Sullivan man arrested on three felony counts of voyeurism


    By: Times staff report

    A joint criminal investigation between the Indiana State Police, Sullivan City Police Department and the Sullivan County Prosecutor’s Office has led to the arrest of Norman L. Parnell, 50, Sullivan, on three counts of voyeurism, all Level 6 felonies. The SCPD first received a complaint on April 18 from a female customer at a sun tanning salon in Sullivan. The salon involved was the former Parnell Studio, located at 524 N. Section St. The customer stated to police that a video was being...

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  • Miller's Merry Manor receives perfect survey from state board of health

    Miller's Merry Manor receives perfect survey from state board of health


    By: Kristi Sanders

    Miller’s Merry Manor nursing home staff celebrated a perfect survey from the Indiana State Department of Health on Tuesday. “The number of perfect scores is scaling down,” President/ CEO of Miller’s Health Systems Inc. Patrick Boyle said. “For you to have a perfect score is phenomenal.” The staff was treated to a special lunch for the hard work needed to receive a perfect score. The facility, located at 505 W. Wolfe St., near Sullivan, also received a Five-...

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  • DUCS discuss bullying, new hires and housekeeping

    DUCS discuss bullying, new hires and housekeeping


    By: Timberly Ferree

    A report on bullying, new hires and housekeeping items were the business at hand during the Dugger Union Community School Board's June meeting on Monday. DUCS Assistant Principal Tom Arthur provided the bullying update and noted that there were 41 incident reports of bullying this past school year. A total of six of these reports fit the definition of bullying with zero at the elementary school, two at the junior high and four at the high school. In addition, the majority of the reports w...

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  • Open market

    Open market


    By: Kristi Sanders

    Central Market organizers celebrated their first farmer’s market on Tuesday at Central Plaza, located at 344 N. Main St. The Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce welcomed the market with a ribbon cutting. It will be open 4 to 8 p.m. every Tuesday during the market season. At the first market, they also gave away Holiday World tickets to a lucky child with the best-decorated bicycle. Pictured are, from left, Graci Morgan, Faye Morgan, Mauer McCammon, market secretary Destiny Walker, chamb...

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