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City Council Approves Two Bids, One Ordinance And Moves On Electric Supplier

By James B. Bartle The Sullivan City Council met in open session on Tues., Oct. 4, approving two bids, one ordinance, tabling a second ordinance, and moving forward with an agreement for a new electric supplier. Alderman Jarrett Dace reported that the Planning and Zoning Commission would hold two public hearings on Oct. 11, at 7 p.m., regarding Streamline Properties, LLC request for a non-conforming... 
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Festival Of The Trees And Harney Haunted Halloween Planned

The Harney Mansion Foundation is preparing for a busy fall season, culminating in the 10th annual Festival of the Trees, the organization’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Held once again at the Sullivan Eagles Hall on Sat., Nov. 19, the Festival begins at 6 p.m., with hors d’oeuvres and cash bar. Whilst listening to Christmas music by the Sullivan Brass Band, attendees can view the Christmas trees,... 
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Benefit For Seven Year Old Oct. 15

He’s seven years old and has gone through a world he didn’t expect this summer. Caleb Janish, son of Kyle and Karen Janish, Sullivan, was admitted to Children’s Hospital on July 18 with bleeding on the brain. By July 29, Caleb had major brain surgery due to a condition known as “Cavernous Malformations,” which is bleeding on the brain. Caleb was released from the hospital on Sept. 1, and... 
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Class Of 2013 ‘Going Green To Make Some Green’ Fundraiser For Prom 2012

The SHS Juniors are having a “Going Green To Make Some Green” fundraiser for their 2012 Prom. They are making recycled flowers colored black and gold with a “Go Eagles” sign. The flowers can be personalized with the athlete’s name or team numbers, for band, cross country, etc. Personalized flowers can be ordered for: *Breast Cancer Awareness – $5 of the proceeds from this flower will... 
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Atteberry Returns From Second Trip To Uganda

By Jeff Atteberry Last year my wife, Shelley, and I went to Kampala, Uganda, Africa with my uncle, Ed, and his friend, Doug. While we were there, we finished a school that Ed and Doug had started in 2009. We also did some landscaping, built BBQ grills, built a desk for the school, finished the church wall. This year we decided to help the people out in the jungles where they have nothing. I did learn... 
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Health Information Management At Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital

DAWN FALLOON, HIM manager, pictured with Medical Record clerks, Vicky Dunakey, Bob Addison and Stephanie DeClue. Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital’s Health Information Management Department (HIM) (also known as the Medical Records Department) serves several functions for the hospital, medical staff and patients. A major function of the HIM department is maintaining patient health records.  Paperwork... 
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Council Approves Budget And Electric Supplier Agreement

By James B. Bartle The Sullivan City Council met in special session on Tues., Sept. 27 to approve the Fiscal Year Budget for 2011-12 and to approve an agreement for a new wholesale electric supplier. Sullivan city administrator, J.T. Hardy, presented the budget to the council through Bill. 3491, which received unanimous approval from the council and did not have any cuts in employees, as the Fiscal... 
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Natural Gas Odor Brings Number Of Alarms

By James B. Bartle Sullivan firefighters were kept running on Saturday to a number of Natural Gas alarms in the Sullivan area; alarms were also reported throughout St. Louis County and Franklin County. According to Laclede Gas/Missouri Natural Gas, one of their Natural Gas suppliers added too much odorant to the gas, which caused a number of odor reports in the area. “Because gas does not naturally... 
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Sullivan Man Charged In Drug Beating

A 27-year-old Sullivan man has been charged with Robbery in the First Degree and Assault in the First Degree in the alleged beating of a Franklin County man over a Xanax prescription. Michael Hammonds, 27, Sullivan, was arrested Saturday night and charged in Franklin County on Sun., Oct. 2. He is being held on $75,000 bond in the Franklin County jail. A second female suspect, 31, Villa Ridge, is also... 
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Annual Apple Butter Festival At Grace Methodist Sat., Oct. 8

Grace United Methodist Church is hosting their annual Apple Butter Festival on Sat., Oct. 8. The day begins at 8 a.m. with the “big” parking lot sale featuring lots of hardly used items. At the same time, the doors are open to the Bake Sale with homemade pies, cakes, cookies, and more, freshly baked by women (and men) who know how to do it. Also available all day long is apple butter and pear honey... 
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