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MO Highway Patrol Weekly Arrest Report

The Missouri Highway Patrol, Troop C, made five arrests for the week of Apr. 16-21. Robert M. Barrow, 60, Robertsville, was arrested on Tues., Apr. 17 on the charge of driving while intoxicated. Barrow was held at the Union Police Department and later released on a court summons. Joshua L. Shook, 22, Leasburg, was arrested on Thursday on a Stone County warrant for first degree property damage, a Branson... 
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“5 Questions With…” Phil Thomure

This week’s “5 Questions With…” features Phil Thomure of Thomure Lumber. Thomure is developing the 15,000 square foot “strip mall” at their former location on Missouri Avenue.  Read More »

Citywide Cleanup Set For May 7-11

By James B. Bartle The annual City of Sullivan Spring Cleanup will be held the week of May 7-11. According to the City of Sullivan, items need to be placed curbside on the same day as residents’ normal waste hauling day. The items being accepted include: two bulk items per house; one appliance or white good per house – old refrigerators, air conditioners, freezers, and these items must have... 
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Fair Gospel Night Acts Announced

The Meramec Community Fair Annual Gospel Night will be held on Wed., June 20. There is no admission charge to attend and lawn carts will be available to assist those to the fairgrounds. his year’s acts will include Gold City, The Bruce Punches Family, and Final Authority. Gold City The rich prevalence of gold in a small Georgia town set the stage for what was referred to as the Great Gold Revival:... 
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City Council Holds Special Budget Meeting

The Sullivan City Council held a special 2011-2012 Budget Review Meeting on Wed., Apr. 11. The meeting addressed several line item budget changes to the budget. The council reviews the budget each quarter to make needed adjustments as a working budget. The minutes from the meeting were: General Fund: Administrator Hardy recommended amending the General Fund by decreasing revenues by $23,968 and increasing... 
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MO Highway Patrol Weekly Arrest Report

The Missouri Highway Patrol, Troop C, made eight arrests in Franklin County for the week of Apr. 9-14. Timothy J. Shipley, 25, Union, was arrested on Mon., Apr. 9 on the patrol charges of driving while intoxicated – drug and alcohol, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, Shipley was held at the Union Police Department and released later on a court summons. Coleman T. Higley,... 
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“5 Questions With…” Chief Rich White

This week’s installment of “5 Questions With…” is with Sullivan Fire District Chief Rich White.  Read More »

Sullivan Community 9-11 Memorial Display At Bank Of Sullivan’s I-44 Locatio

The Sullivan Fire Protection District is proud to have received a piece of steel from the rubble of the New York City Twin Towers.  A memorial will be erected at Sullivan’s Fire Station #5 located on Hwy. AF. This memorial will not only honor the 343 firefighters and first responders who lost their lives that day, but also be a tribute to all first responders. To view the memorial renderings and... 
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One Student Found In Add’l Graffiti Acts At SHS

By James B. Bartle Sullivan Schools and Sullivan Police have been working a number of issues this past week with ongoing graffiti threats being made at Sullivan High School, that included one student being identified in additional acts this past week. The first graffiti messages were left in the boys restroom at SHS during the week of Mar. 26-30. This prompted additional security measures to be put... 
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MBSH Begins Construction On $2.6 Million Medical Office Building

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital began construction on a $2.6 million medical office building on the hospital’s main campus. This new building will provide needed space for a total of eight medical providers to care for patients. Kadean Construction Company is managing the construction, which is slated to be complete by Oct. 1, 2012. In addition to space for medical providers, the 10,000-square... 
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