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City Receives Electric Rates For New Wholesale Contract

By James B. Bartle The City of Sullivan received news this week that it’s been seeking for several months since it was notified in 2010 that Sho-Me Power would not be interested in serving the City of Sullivan with wholesale electric for a long-term contract. Sho-Me notified more than 18 other municipalities served by its system that it would not be interested in providing those systems with wholesale... 
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Sullivan School District 2011-12 School Cancellation And Snow Route Policy

In case of cancellation of school, early dismissal of school, or running snow route due to hazardous road conditions, extremely cold temperatures, or failure of heating equipment, Sullivan School District will utilize the AlertNow Notification System. With AlertNow, you will be contacted by phone with a recorded message concerning cancellations. An AlertNow call will display a phone number of 573-860-7669.... 
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Nerd’s At Home Opens For All You Computer Needs

Sullivan Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting opening for Nerd’s At Home, a computer repair business owned by Henry and Sunilda Anderson. The business is located at Suite #1, 647 Fisher Dr.  Read More »
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MoDOT Celebrates Completion of I-44/Route 185 Interchange Project Dec. 2

The I-44 East Overpass is nearing completion as crews finished concrete work on the renovated and expanded overpass. The Missouri Department of Transportation will celebrate the completion of the Interstate 44 and Route 185 Interchange Widening Project in Sullivan this Friday. MoDOT invites the public and media to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, December 2 at 10 a.m., at the corner of the... 
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Unloading Food From Thanksgiving Challenge

Pictured is Chamber director Debbe Campbell, right, and other volunteers helping to unload food at the Meramec Community Mission on Tues., Nov. 15.  Read More »
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Wally’s 40th Anniversary

Pictured is a customer picking up some free goodies during the Wally’s Hardware 40th Anniversary on Saturday.  Read More »
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Bliss Holds Ribbon Cutting

Bliss, 651 Fisher Dr., held a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Sullivan Chamber of Commerce on Friday. Pictured are Chamber members cutting the ribbon with Bliss owners, staff and friends.  Read More »
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Sullivan Denny’s Celebrates First Year With Big Giveaways

Denny’s is having a birthday but diners are getting all the presents! On Dec. 1 from 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m., Denny’s at the Flying J Plaza at North Loop Drive and the North Service Road, just off I-44, will be selling stacks of Denny’s world-famous buttermilk pancakes for just $1 to mark its first year in Sullivan. Diners may also enter to win a gift that will put a smile on anyone’s face:... 
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Harry’s Tire Expands With New Renovation Project

By James B. Bartle In September 2010, Robby and Jeannine Berti purchased Harry’s Tire, 208 W. Springfield, from the Gawer family. Since that time, they have completely renovated the existing location and, within the last two weeks, they have begun another renovation and expansion of the facility. According to Robby Berti, the expansion began on Nov. 10 on a new 50 by 100 metal building that will... 
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Thanksgiving Challenge Brings Strong Numbers

By James B. Bartle The Sullivan Chamber of Commerce Thanksgiving Challenge Food Drive has concluded, with area schools bringing in some 8,215.8 pounds of food. This total is combined with the annual Sullivan Chamber of Commerce, KTUI Radio/Fidelity Channel 6 and Sullivan Independent News Rooftop Food Drive held on Nov. 4, which raised some $4,145 in cash donations and 7,414 pounds of food, bringing... 
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