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Kidnapping Warrant issued for Sullivan Man

On Mar. 23. at around 2:30 p.m., deputies responded to the 450 block of East Springfield in Sullivan for a disturbance. On their arrival, deputies spoke to two witnesses who told them a male subject was holding a female inside the residence against her will. The witnesses advised they heard the female crying and believed she was fighting with the male, believed to be  her boyfriend. When deputies... 

Board Completes Another Step For Grant Submission

The Bourbon Board of Aldermen held a public hearing Thursday, completing another step towards submitting a community development block grant (CDBG) that would rebuild Pine Street. Residents in attendance helped answer a Needs Assessment document that is submitted with the grant. Questions on the survey pertained to the city’s infrastructure, law enforcement, services and more. The grant — which... 

Body Discovered In Burning Wooded Area

A body was discovered in a burning wooded area early Thursday morning in the 2100 block of Springfield Road in St. Clair. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office identified the victim as Billy Barrett, 65. At this time, Barrett’s death appears to be accidental. A preliminary investigation revealed that Barrett had been suffering from medical conditions and was confused the last couple of days.... 

Chipman Presents to Thompson

State Representative Jason Chipman (right) presents a certificate to Navy veteran James Leonard Thompson during a ceremony to honor his service Saturday at the American Legion Post 81 Hall.  Read More »
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Local American Family Insurance Agent Marilyn Lakaner Earns Top Honor For Customer Service

Marilyn Lakaner, an American Family Insurance agent in Sullivan, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program. “Our vision is to be the most trusted and valued customer-driven insurance company, so we salute these agents who have earned the highest praise from customers, and received the American... 
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Sullivan Police Department Weekly Arrest Report

The Sullivan Police Department made 18 arrests for the week of Mar. 13 through Mar. 19, in the City of Sullivan. This week’s arrests were: March 13: Cody S. Hudson, 23, Sullivan, was arrested on a Franklin County warrants for failure to appear in court on the original charge of tampering with a motor vehicle, no bond; theft of a credit divide, no bond; resisting arrest, bond $5,000 and a Sullivan... 

Bourbon Bike Poker Run April 1

The Bourbon Economic Development Group will hold a bicycle poker run Saturday, April 1. The run begins at CDR Naturals Health Food Store located at 363 East Pine Street. A new location will be chosen each month. The run begins at 7:45 a.m. and BED encourages anyone to come out for fun, for health or just to participate in the fundraiser. There is a $10 entry fee per person or family and a 25 percent... 
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Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop I Arrest Report

The Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop I, Crawford County reported 17 arrests for the week of Mar. 13-18. This week’s arrests were: Mar. 13: James W. Smith, 53, Owensville, was arrested in Crawford County for driving while intoxicated (prior offender). He was released from the Cuba Police Department. Mar. 14: John A. Veasey, 49, Dixon, was arrested in Pulaski County for a Jackson County warrant... 

Eagles Rally Over Defending State Champs

Mitchell Craft picked up the win in his first game with Sullivan on Friday against MICDS. By Ryan Storz Sullivan stunned defending Class 4 champion MICDS with a seven-run seventh inning in Friday’s season opener to tie the game at 9-9, then won on a walk-off when Blake Bell hit a ground ball to third and reached safely on a throw that was too wide in the eighth. The Eagles took down MICDS 10-9, getting... 
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St. Anthony Students Help Out Knights Of Columbus Fish Fries

Large crowds keep the students busy. These faces show that there is joy in serving others! Mrs. Brendel, 7th and 8th Grade teacher, supervises the student helpers. Students at St. Anthony are always helping out, whether it is to earn service hours for Confirmation, because it is part of the expectations for the students, or just because service is part of their faith. No matter the reason, they... 
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