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Sullivan Insurance Provider Awards $250 Prize

PICTURED, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, the winner, Deborah Renick, and FCNB Insurance agent, Blake Penberthy. Renick was presented with a check for $250 on Jan. 17, after winning the FCNB Insurance monthly referral contest for December. FCNB Insurance recently announced the winner of its monthly referral contest. “We are very excited to announce the winner of our $250 referral reward program for the month... 
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City Council Improves City Sewer Lines With CIPP, Product Has 100-Year Lifespan

IMPROVING SEWER SYSTEM IN SULLIVAN. Crews from Insituform began rehabbing sewer lines in Sullivan this week with it's cured-in-place-pipe technology. The fabric is shown being blown into older sewer main along North and Sounth Rd. The product will give the existing lines a 100 year lifespan By James B. Bartle Sullivan residents along Hughes Ford Rd. or North and South Rd. may have been surprised... 
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MO Highway Patrol Weekly Arrest Report

The Missouri Highway Patrol, Troop C, made nine arrests in Franklin County for the week of Jan. 16-21. Tonia R. Deslongchamp, 40, Steelville, was arrested on Mon., Jan. 16 on a Gasconade County warrant for failure to appear in court on the original charges of driving while revoked, exceeding the posted speed limit by 26 miles or more, failure to register a motor vehicle, and operating a vehicle with... 
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Tri-County Equipment Moving To New Location In February

By James B. Bartle Tri-County Equipment Sales, LLC, 10781 North Service Rd., will be moving to a new location in late February or early March, after the recent purchase of the former “Lumber Jack Shack” facility located at 807 North Service Rd. E. Owner Chris Jones stated, “The biggest reason for the purchase of this building is to own our own facility, have an increased showroom for our products,... 
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City Council Approves Bills, Airport Discussed In 20-Minute Meeting

By James B. Bartle In just two meetings for the first month in 2012, the council has covered all open session issues just under an hour as their regular meeting on Tuesday night, Jan. 18, lasted only 20 minutes. With no requests or petitions, the council moved forward with standing committee reports. Administrator J.T. Hardy reported that the Airport Board met on Jan. 11 and had discussions with two... 
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Beeman St. Closure Goes Back To P&Z Commission Before City Council Decision

By James B. BartleA proposed closure of a portion of Beeman St., from Mansion St. to the alleyway, requested by Temple Baptist Church will now go back before the Sullivan Planning and Zoning Commission following a public hearing held by the Sullivan City Council on Tuesday night, Jan. 17.The council held the public hearing on Tuesday night which lasted some 10 minutes and followed a recent public hearing... 
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Sullivan Police See Increase In Total Incidents And Several Crime Areas

By James B. Bartle With a slight reduction in forces, the Sullivan Police Department completed one of their busiest years to date, receiving some 11,265 incident reports, compared to 10,630 in 2010. Overall, the department saw several increases in a number of areas, as well as decreases in some key areas. In 2011, the department saw increases: E-911 reports, 2,833 compared to 2,761 in 2010; Domestic... 
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Free Tax Return Preparation

VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) will be at Temple Baptist Church, 444 Beeman St., Sullivan, on Saturdays, Feb. 4 through Apr. 7 (except on Feb. 11 and Mar. 24) from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. to offer free tax return preparation. Contact Kristina for details at 314-800-8962.  Read More »
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Stylistic Hair Salon Opens In Familiar Facility

By James B. Bartle A salon once occupied by longtime stylist Patty Sanders is now home to Stylistic Hair Salon, owned by hairstylist Sandy Wiles who is joined by longtime friend and stylist, Patty Evans. The facility is located at 230 Elm, Sullivan, and is open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with evening appointments available by request. Wiles has... 
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John Michael Montgomery, Easton Corbin To Headline 26th Meramec Community Fair

FAIR MAIN STAGE LINEUP. The 26th Annual Meramec Community Fair is pleased to announced the mainstay lineup for June 22 and 23. John Michael Montgomery, top, will headline Friday night’s main stage while rising country star Easton Corbin, below, will headline Saturday night. The two stars have a combined 39 Country radio hits. The Meramec Community Fair is pleased to announce the two headine acts... 
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