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Rice Wins and Gives Back

RICE WINS AND GIVES BACK. Wally’s Do-It-Best Hardware, Sullivan, held a raffle drawing for this M&M’s figure during December with all proceeds benefiting the Sullivan Emergency Assistance Fund. The winner of the raffle was John Rice, right. The raffle raised $130 and Rice has donated the figure back to Wally’s for a second raffle to benefit SEA. Pictured from left to right, Bob Anderson,... 
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Circus Coming To Sullivan/Bids Awarded Tuesday By Council

By James B. Bartle The Sullivan City Council awarded two bids, approved two ordinances and was informed of a Circus coming to the Sullivan Fairgrounds through the Park’s Department in April. The council had no requests or petitions before them on Tuesday night, January 6, as they met for the first time this year but did receive a report from the Planing and Zoning Commission who announced a public... 

Sullivan Fire Responded To 1,200 Alarms In 2014

‘Alarms Increase by 168 in 2014’ By James B. Bartle Sullivan Fire District firefighters responded to some 1,200 alarms in 2014, and increase of 168 alarms over the 1,032 in 2013, with increases in a number of areas including overall fires. “This was another very busy year for the district in which we observed increases in overall fire alarms, rescue and emergency medical service alarms, Hazardous... 

Roll-Over Accident Injures Pacific Man

An accident that occurred on Hwy. HH, just south of Route O, Sun., Jan. 5 at around 9:35 a.m., left a Pacific man with minor injuries. According to the report filed by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident was caused when Donald A. Bukowsky, 30, Pacific, operating a 2003 Dodge Dakota, traveled off the right side of the roadway, then over-corrected the vehicle and traveled off the left side... 

Missouri Highway Patrol Weekly Arrest Report

The Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop C, reported 9 arrests for the week of Jan. 5-Jan. 11. This week’s arrests were: Jan. 8; Russell Moehlmann, 54, St. Clair, was arrested on a Franklin county warrant for felony driving while intoxicated, failure to yield to emergency vehicle, careless and imprudent driving, driving while revoked, no insurance and failure to signal. Moehlmann was held on bond... 

Sullivan Police Weekly Arrest Report

Sullivan Police made nine arrests in the City of Sullivan for the week of Jan. 5-Jan. 11. This weeks arrests were: Jan. 5; Joseph Wertenberger, 26, Sullivan, was arrested on a Sullivan warrant for failure to appear in court, FTA, on the charge of shoplifting/stealing. Bond was set at $880.84 and Wertenberger was held at the Sullivan Jail. Jan. 6; Zachary N. Clark, 30, Sullivan, was arrested on a Texas... 

Sullivan Graduate Fatally Injured Sunday Morning

A 19-year-old Sullivan High School Graduate of the Class of 2013 was fatally injured in a single vehicle accident in Gasconade County early Sunday morning, Jan. 11, at 12:05 a.m. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol the accident occurred when Joseph G. Parker, 19, Rosebud, operating a southbound 2004 Dodge Neon, on Route T, 35 ft. south of Estes Rd. when the vehicle traveled off the right side... 
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Sullivan Fire District Alarm Report

Sullivan Fire District responded to 26 alarms the week of Jan. 5-11. Jan. 5: 1:34 p.m., Hwy FF and Butler Pond Rd, mutual aid. Jan. 5: 2:01 p.m., 129 Progress Dr., ambulance assist. Jan. 5: 10:24 p.m., 725 Finney Rd., ambulance assist. Jan. 6: 12:41 a.m., 5846 Rock Rd., ambulance assist. Jan. 6: 3:59 p.m. , 120 George St., ambulance assist. Jan. 7: 7:47 a.m., 201 E vine St. Apt. 4, ambulance assist. Jan.... 

Looking For Suspect In Circle K Abduction

At approximately 1:00 AM, on January 19, a 14-year old female from the Sullivan area reported that she had been abducted from the Circle K area outside of Sullivan.  The female stated that she had gone to the area to meet a female friend.  She intended to spend the night with the friend. When she arrived she reported that the friend was not there.  While she was looking for her friend, the female... 
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Sullivan Police Field Testing Body Camera, New Squad Camera In Place

OFFICER DON REED By James B. Bartle With the nationwide outcry for law enforcement officers to wear body video cameras while on duty and with developments in the Ferguson shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, it appears that law enforcement agencies can expect some type of legislation to be approved requiring departments to have these type of cameras and Sullivan Police are moving forward with developments... 
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