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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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  • SHS to crown royalty

    SHS to crown royalty


    By: Contributed photo

    Sullivan High School will crown its homecoming king and queen at halftime during its game against the Brown County Eagles at 7 p.m. Friday. The court includes the following students: front row, from left, seniors Morgan Stoltz, Maddie Boston, Skye Dillingham and Harmony Walsh; second row, seniors Casey Garner, Hunter McCoy and Thad Boone; third row, freshman Gabriele Burkhart, sophomore Cassidy Hatton, juniors Abby McNeely and Olivia Craighead, sophomore Abby Miller, and freshman Carly Brown;...

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  • Free flights for youngsters at Sullivan County Airport

    Free flights for youngsters at Sullivan County Airport


    By: Dennis Clark

    It’s never too early to learn to fly.Young flight enthusiasts, ages 8 to 17, will have that opportunity as the Terre Haute Experimental Aircraft Association will be offering free airplane rides at Sullivan County Airport from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday.“It’s been a long time since this has been done in Sullivan, so we’re excited,” SCA Director Ron Walker said.Through the EAA Young Eagles program, young people will see what real pilots do on the ground and i...

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  • Theft, forgery charges levied against Sullivan woman for stealing checks

    Theft, forgery charges levied against Sullivan woman for stealing checks


    By: Times staff

    A Sullivan woman has been charged for stealing and cashing checks of a Dugger man earlier this month.April Dawn Robinson, 35, was formally charged with forgery, a Level 6 felony, and theft, a Class A misdemeanor, on Sept. 22 in Sullivan Circuit Court.Earlier this month, Robinson is suspected of stealing checks of her ex-boyfriend’s grandfather and cashing them at the Country Porch and Casey’s gas stations in Dugger and the Linton Walmart, according to an incident report by Sulliva...

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  • Autopsy: Death 'natural,' but positive ID still unavailable

    Autopsy: Death 'natural,' but positive ID still unavailable


    By: Times staff

    Indiana State Police say an autopsy performed on a body of a man found near Farmersburg on Friday determined the death was natural, but officials still don’t have a positive identification.The autopsy, performed by Terre Haute Regional Hospital by pathologist Dr. Roland Kohr, failed to positively identify the male victim due to partial decomposition of the body, an ISP news release states.However, the manner of death has been listed as “natural” and the cause of death listed...

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  • SHS tennis victorious in rematch vs. T-birds

    SHS tennis victorious in rematch vs. T-birds


    By: Aaron Kennedy

    Twenty-five days after earning a tight, 3-2 win over the North Central Thunderbirds at Farmersburg, the Sullivan boys tennis team won the rematch 4-1 Monday at Sullivan.The Golden Arrows won each match with the exception of No. 1 singles where Will Arnett fell to Parker Drake 6-1, 6-2.“We were figuring on a tough match, and we got one,” Sullivan head coach Jeff Lookebill said. “The boys did an outstanding job tonight.”The closest match of the day was at No. 2 singles,...

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  • DUCS crowns homecoming royalty

    DUCS crowns homecoming royalty


    By: Aaron Kennedy

    From left, Dugger Union homecoming queen Hannah Rennick, homecoming king Wyatt Inman, homecoming prince Seraphin Hammer and homecoming princess McKayla Ellis pose for a photo during their coronation Saturday at Bulldog Field in Dugger.

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  • Police: Man with .31 BAC causes accident after disregarding traffic light

    Police: Man with .31 BAC causes accident after disregarding traffic light


    By: Times staff

    A Lewis man, who was reportedly driving with a blood-alcohol content of .31 percent, was arrested after he reportedly pulled in front of a Shelburn woman, causing an accident that injured both parties late Friday night.Dale Dean Stienstra, 32, Lewis, was arrested at 1:45 a.m. Saturday by the SCSD on preliminary charges of operating a vehicle with a blood-alcohol content of .08 percent or above and operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was also cited for disregarding a traffic light.Sulliv...

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