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Sullivan Police Dept. Weekly Arrest Report

The Sullivan Police Department made five arrests in the city for the week of Nov.5-Nov. 11. The arrests made do not include those arrested who have warrants pending. Michael A. Eckenfels, Sullivan, was arrested Mon. Nov. 5, on a Sullivan warrant for failure to appear in court on the original charge of possession of marijuana. Eckenfels was held on $315 bond. Jimmy A. Smith, 29, Sullivan, was arrested... 
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Bank of Sullivan Donates to MBSH Foundation Cruise Fundraiser

LISA LOCHNER, Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Assistant Administrator, receiving a $500.00 check from Mike Hoffman, Bank of Sullivan President & CEO with the Bank’s contribution toward the meal at the Hospital Foundation Cruise Dinner Fundraiser.  Read More »
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ALM Tech Group Begins To Soar With Promising Future

By James B. Bartle ALM TECH GROUP SOARING. ALM Tech Group, 975 N. Service Rd., Sullivan is moving forward in a number of areas as the company moves to be more diversified. Pictured front, is company President Robert Doherty, back row, left to right: Rachel King, Matt Baer, Faraaz Ahmed, Sam Witt and Allen Dawson, general manager. In a tough economy, pride- ful workers, determined man- agement and... 
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Man, Woman Confess To 12 Burglaries

By Ryan Storz A man and woman confessed to 12 burglaries in central Franklin County last week after a witness helped tip authorities. Joseph R. Lauth, 27, Hickory Ridge, was arrested and charged with burglary, with a bond set at $25,000 cash-only. His female accomplice has not yet received any charges against her, but the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department said she is a 24-year-old from Washington. The... 
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First Community National Bank Brings New Look to Building

The Sullivan Financial Center of First Community National Bank is receiving a new and fresh look. Remodeling of the exterior façade of the building, located at #1 First Community Plaza, began in August 2012. The updated features will include new energy-efficient doors and windows, an updated entry way and a more modern look and feel for bank customers. “We are pleased to be investing in the Sullivan... 
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Sullivan Police Dept. Weekly Arrest Report

The Sullivan Police Department made five arrests for the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 4. The department reported a very mild Halloween celebration in the city with a few reports of vehicles being egged by individuals. The arrest report included: Tyler D. Wisdom, 19, Sullivan, was arrested Mon., Oct. 29, on a Franklin County warrant for failure to appear in court on the original charges of operating a motor... 
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Firefighters Quick Response Helps Save Business

By James B. Bartle A quick response by firefighters prevented a fast moving fire from destroying a home and business at 2379 South Service Rd. W., Cavern City Auto Sales, Tues., Oct. 30, at 3:55 p.m. “Our first apparatus arrived on the scene of the fire at 4:02 p.m.,” said Sullivan Fire Chief, Rich White. “Firefighters were able to bring the blaze under control by 4:19 p.m. and remained on the... 
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November Is Busy Month For Halo

Halo for Animals has several fundraisers taking place in November.  Now through Nov. 26, order from Scentsy under Halo’s party at: www,jamiekomo.scentsy.us. Halo receives the commission for the sales. More details on Halo’s website and Facebook page. Beginning Nov. 21, the Treat Tree will be at the Sullivan Veterinary Hospital. Through Christmas, stop by and make a donation to Halo and put a dog... 
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Man, Woman Confess To 12 Burglaries

By Ryan Storz A man and woman confessed to 12 burglaries in central Franklin County last week after a witness helped tip authorities. Joseph R. Lauth, 27, Hickory Ridge, was arrested and charged with burglary, with a bond set at $25,000 cash-only. His female accomplice has not yet received any charges against her, but the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department said she is a 24-year-old from Washington. The... 
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Sullivan Police Dept. Weekly Arrest Report

The Sullivan Police Department made five arrests for the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 4. The department reported a very mild Halloween celebration in the city with a few reports of vehicles being egged by individuals. The arrest report included: Tyler D. Wisdom, 19, Sullivan, was arrested Mon., Oct. 29, on a Franklin County warrant for failure to appear in court on the original charges of operating a motor... 
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