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Fire District Kicks Off 2016 Toy Drive

By James B. Bartle The economy has brought many challenges to fundraising events this year, however Sullivan has continued to help take care of their own with various fundraisers this year. The Sullivan Fire District is hoping to see that continue with their “Annual Toy Drive” for the Meramec Community Mission. The program is also sponsored by KTUI Radio/John Rice, Missouri Baptist Hospital... 

Sullivan Man Charged In Sodomy Case

By James B. Bartle A 39-year-old Sullivan man has been charged in a two counts felony warrant alleging he committed statutory sodomy in the first-degree deviate sexual intercourse with a person less than 14-years-old and one count of child molestation in the first degree. The incidents occurred during 2014 thru 2016. James R. Johnson Jr., 39, Sullivan, was charged on Nov. 6 after his allegedd girlfriend... 

Bids and Ordinance Approved

By James B. Bartle The Sullivan City Council approved three bids and one ordinance during their regular meeting on Nov. 15. The council approved the purchase of a 2017 Dump Truck from Scheppers International in the amount of $100,757, with a delivery of 90-100 days. Eight total bids were submitted on the truck purchase ranging from the low bid of $100,757 to a top bid of $105,584 from Columbia Freightliner. The... 

Santa Himself Is Coming To IMO’s In Sullivan To Offer Children A Heartwarming Deal

Santa called and said he talked with the owners of IMO’s in Sullivan. IMO’s has agreed to help Santa with his idea. Every child that brings in a unwrapped toy for the Sullivan Fire Departments Annual Toy Drive will receive a personal one topping pizza.  Santa will be at IMO’s on Wednesday, Dec. 7 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Santa knows that IMO’s is the Square Beyond Compare!  Read More »
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Fire District Kicks Off 2016 Toy Drive

By James B. Bartle The economy has brought many challenges to fundraising events this year, however Sullivan has continued to help take care of their own with various fundraisers this year. The Sullivan Fire District is hoping to see that continue with their “Annual Toy Drive” for the Meramec Community Mission. The program is also sponsored by KTUI Radio/John Rice, Missouri Baptist Hospital... 
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Sullivan Police Department Weekly Arrest Report

The Sullivan Police Department made 17 arrests in the City of Sullivan for the week of November 14, through November 19. This weeks arrests were; Nov. 14; Ronald L. Peters, 36, Bourbon, on a Crawford County warrant for possession of a controlled substance, bond $10,000 and a West Sullivan Police warrant for failure to appear in court on traffic violations, bond $80. Peters was held in the Sullivan... 

Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop I Arrest Reports

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported15 arrests for the week of Nov. 14 – Nov. 18. Nov. 14: Roderick T. Houston, 38, Waynesville, was arrested in Pulaski County for second-degree domestic assault. He was held at the Pulaski County Jail on bond. Nov. 14: Trudy L. Walker, 38, Lebanon, was arrested in Laclede County for two misdemeanor warrants from Pulaski County for failure to maintain financial... 

Beyond Our Control

Dear Editor: This past week something strange happened to me. Not once, but several times. I was told that God had elected Donald Trump to the presidency. I was surprised and dumbfounded by this statement and replied, “No.  You elected Trump”. I was then reminded of the gospel writings where Paul was anti-christian and God saved him, of Peter denying Christ three times and also being saved... 
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Sullivan School District Boasts Area’s Best K-12 Score In Annual Report Card

By Ryan Storz The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) released its Annual Performance Reports of the state’s public school districts and charter schools Nov. 7. Sullivan ranked as the area’s top K-12 district, receiving 97.1 percent. By comparison, New Haven received 96.8 percent; Washington 91.8 percent; St. Clair 88.2 percent; Pacific 87.1 percent; and Union 80 percent. Not... 
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