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Contestants Sought For Meramec Community Fair Queen Pageant

The Meramec Community Fair Queen Scholarship Program is seeking contestants between the ages of 17-22, from Franklin, Crawford and Washington Counties to participate in the 2017 Queen Scholarship Program for an opportunity to win up to $500 in scholarships. A Meet & Greet will be held on Thursday, May 25, at the Fairgrounds Main Stage at 4:30 p.m. to answer questions and inform potential contestants... 
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Sullivan Police Weekly Arrest Report

The Sullivan Police Department made 17 arrests for the week of May 15 through May 21  in the City of Sullivan. This week’s arrests were: May 16; Derrick E. Roark, 27, Sullivan, was arrested on a probation/parole violation warrant and held in the Sullivan Jail without bond. May 16; Kevin D. Sappington, 48, Bourbon, was arrested on a Crawford County warrant for failure to appear in court on the... 

Fruit Club Comes To Sullivan With Blackberries For The First Time Ever

If you have not heard of them before, The Fruit Club is a Sioux Falls, S.D. based distributor of GMO-Free, farm fresh fruit, and delivers in specific areas across the nation. This rapidly growing company is now offering blackberries for the first time ever. The Fruit Club provides only the best quality fruits from farms and orchards around the country. They have gained mass publicity and many new... 
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Little Mr. And Ms. Bourbon Winners

LITTLE MR. AND MS. BOURBON. Malachi Mathis and Adalyn White won Little Mr. and Ms. Bourbon during Bourbon Appreciation Day on Saturday. They were sponsored by Bremer Hardware.  Read More »
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BHS Senior Spotlight: Gabe Hutchison

By Jacqueline de la Torre High School senior, Gabe Hutchison is a well rounded, dedicated student at Bourbon High School. Hutchison has been very involved in school activities from a young age. He has participated in sports, clubs, and has managed to keep a job while maintaining above average grades and making big plans for his future. He has always been a friendly face in the hall and is kind to everyone.... 

BHS Senior Spotlight: Jacqueline de la Torre

By Hannah Maurer Facing her final few months of high school, Jacqueline de la Torre continues to shine. As an active and rather intellectual member of her class, de la Torre is what many would consider a “star student”. Grace and class are only a few words used to describe de la Torre as she maintains highly thought of throughout the school. If looking for a friend, she is always a person to... 

A Section Of Route AJ In Franklin County To Close For Most Of The Summer

According to the Missouri Department of Transportation a section of Route AJ in Franklin County will close next week for the majority of the summer.  Route AJ over St. John’s Creek will close on Tuesday, May 30 so crews can rehab the bridge deck.  The bridge is scheduled to be back open to traffic in late summer before school resumes.  Drivers can detour around the closure by taking Route 50 to... 

Tiefenbrunn Takes Seventh At State

TIEFENBRUNN TAKES SEVENTH. Bennett Tiefenbrunn (right) took seventh at the Class 3 state golf meet. He is pictured with Sullivan head coach Dino McKinney. Photo via Sullivan Eagles Twitter By Ryan Storz Bennett Tiefenbrunn saved his best for last at the Class 3 state golf meet. Tiefenbrunn, a three-time state qualifier, shot two rounds of 75 to finish seventh place at Sedalia Country Club May 15-16. That... 
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Summer Sports Camps At SHS Begin May 30

Summer sports camps are inching closer to getting underway at Sullivan High School. All camps challenge students and promote individual improvement. High school coaches and teachers provide instruction in a safe, educational environment that team fundamentals and sportsmanship. The first football team camp is scheduled to begin May 30 through June 6 for students entering ninth through 12th grades.... 
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Free Summer Meals For Kids At Sullivan Schools

During the school year, kids get nutritious meals at school. But kids are just as busy, and just as hungry, during the summer break. Books and teachers may be replaced by playgrounds and games, but kids’ stomachs don’t take a vacation! The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) helps kids get the vital nutrition they need when school is out. This summer, a nutritious breakfast and lunch will be served... 
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