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Missouri Highway Patrol Troop I Weekly Arrest Report

The Missouri Highway Patrol, Troop I, made eight arrests in Crawford County during the week of May 20-25. May 21; Darrell E. Kunklemann, 28, Potosi, was arrested on Potosi warrants for failure to appear in court on the original charges of larceny and failure to wear a seatbelt. Kunklemann was held at the Crawford County jail. May 22; Angel L. Walker, 37, Springfield, was arrested on the patrol charges... 
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Local Marine’s Funeral Set for Saturday

Funeral services for fallen U.S. Marine soldier will be conducted on Saturday morning. The Missourian states that “the funeral service for Staff Sgt. Mark Gorzik is scheduled for 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 8, at Eaton Funeral Home in Sullivan”. The viewing is set from 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday, to take place at Eaton Funeral Home. Marine Staff Sgt. Mark Gorzik, originally from Leasburg, Missouri,... 

Truck is overturned at Acid Mine and East West Rd.

Truck is overturned at Acid Mine and East West Rd. at 7:30 am this morning. Driver not injured. The road will be closed for couple of hours. Truck is overturned at Acid Mine and East West Rd.  Read More »

Spring Bluff Heritage Day Postponed

Spring Bluff Heritage Day cancelled today. Rescheduled for next Saturday, June 9.  Read More »

Sullivan Farmers Ribbon Cutting

Sullivan Farmers Ribbon Cutting for new location in “Sunny” Jim Bottomley Park on Thurmond Memorial Drive. The Ribbon Cutting held on May 4th was the start of the season. FYI  – On May 11th, due to the Firemen’s Picnic, the Farmers Market location will be in the parking lot of the basketball/tennis courts in “Sunny” Jim Bottomley Park.  Read More »
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‘Whatever It Takes’ Presents A $3,400 Check To Sullivan School District

Glen Carter, Chairman of  “Whatever It Takes,” presenting a $3,400 check to Assistant Superintendent Tanya Voss. “Whatever It Takes” has given over $20,000 since 2005 to help children in the Sullivan School District. These funds are designated only to help children who are in need. “Whatever It Takes” funds have been used to purchase clothing items, shoes, eyeglasses, emergency dental... 
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Sullivan Area Chamber Of Commerce Is Your Gateway To Summer Fun

Looking for a little bit of summer fun right in your backyard? Your Sullivan Area Chamber Of Commerce can help you out with your planning. We offer discounted season passes and single-day admission tickets to Silver Dollar City in Branson and Six Flags, St. Louis as well as being the location of the Meramec Community Fair office. We also have Missouri tourist information available from Franklin County,... 
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Mid Ozark Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Announces Live Auction

The Mid Ozark CASA has announced they will be hosting a LIVE Auction to support their program for abused and neglected children. The event is scheduled for Sun., June 9 beginning at Noon and will be held at the Meramec Community Fairgrounds in Sullivan. The event is open to the public and will feature items from household goods to gardening equipment. There will be something for everyone with several... 
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Free Summer Meals For Kids At Sullivan Schools

During the school year, kids get nutritious meals at school.  But kids are just as busy, and just as hungry, during the summer break.  Books and teachers may be replaced by playgrounds and games, but kids’ stomachs don’t take a vacation! The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) helps kids get the vital nutrition they need when school is out. This summer, lunch will be served to kids every day,... 
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Senior Housing Renovation In Sullivan Complete

Residents of the 40 apartments of Sullivan Homes, Inc., a senior citizen housing complex in Sullivan, are now enjoying updated, more energy efficient apartments with the completion of a grant-funded renovation project that began last summer. Improvements to the property include new roofing, showers, toilets, windows, doors, water heaters, baseboard heaters and exterior lighting as well as replacement... 
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