New AT&T Antenna

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New AT&T Antenna
The second largest crane in the state with a 400 foot reach hoisted the workers in the cage to the top of the AT&T Cellular tower in Sullivan earlier this week. The company was replacing the antenna at the top with a new and improved version.

WHS Students Placed in Contest

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WHS Students Placed in Contest
Two Windsor High School students recently placed in the regional WYSE (World Youth in Science and Engineering) contest held at Lake Land Community College on Feb 3.  Anthony Curry (right) placed second in computer science and Joel Beck placed third in physics.  Both are seniors at Windsor High School.

The Burden of Silence

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The Burden of Silence
Sullivan High School presents The Burden of Silence at 7:00 p.m. Friday Feb. 17 at the Little Theater on the Square in Sullivan. Rehearsals are underway for this originally scripted play by the Mirror Image students of Rebecca Lawson’s. Pictured above is partial cast: Front row (left to right)- Gustavo Cuevas, Addy Diener, Alexis Rosine, Colleen Miller, Jadon Nuzzo. Second row: Miss Lawson, Jacey Goodwin, Breanna Barrix, Atticus Harris, Laura Tate. Third row: Jona Workman, Annie Hogan, Dayden Gardner, Trinity Munyon, Seth Mayberry. Fourth Row: Jessica Voyles, Jon Taylor, Jonathan Mathias, Jarod Merryman, Josh Ernst. The cast includes: Todd - Dayden Garner, Wyatt - Austin Schmohe, Chance - Jonathan Mathias, Patrick - Jona Workman, Eric -Ethan Neville, Cicero - Josh Ernst, Troy - Drew Kirk, Adam - Jadon Nuzzo, Mitch: Justuss Ramsey, Andy: Nick Carroll, Frank: Drew Hubbard, Mr. Costanza - Gustavos Cuevas, Mr. Harris - JT Taylor, Coach McAllister - Atticus Harris, Mr. Yoachim - Seth Mayberry, Samantha - Addy Diener, Rachel - Alexis Rosine , Jemma - Trinity Munyon, Emalee - Colleen Miller, Penny - Annie Hogan, Katy: Madison Moll, Donna: Kaylee French, Mrs. Moore - Jessica Voyles, Mrs. Yoachim - Laura Tate.

Five Pies for Mr. Ogle!

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Five Pies for Mr. Ogle!
The students of Sullivan High School worked hard in raising money for juvenile diabetes research through a penny war that ran for two weeks during lunch and were able to raise a total of $500. The sophomore class took fourth place in the competition, the seniors third place, the freshmen second place and the winners were the juniors. Students wrote their names down when they made donations, and names were drawn from those juniors who contributed to their winning effort to smash a pie in assistant principal Nathan Ogle’s face. The number of pies was determined by the amount of money raised with each $100 earning a pie.

Harshman Honored

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Harshman Honored
Sullivan Chamber and Economic Development honored several in the community during the January 27 luncheon. Above Ron Harshman received the Lifetime Achievement Award. One of the six founding members of Agri-Fab, Harshman’s devotion to community working with American Cancer Society and Relay for Life exemplifies the meaning of Lifetime Achievement.

ALAH Knights Win Tournament

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ALAH Knights Win Tournament
The ALAH Knights won the LOVC Tournament Championship. Front row: Marcy Petersheim, Kyla Carson, Janette Comstock, Marissa Herschberger, Hannah Wallen, Mycaela Miller, Megan Fifer, Madi Corum; back row: Shea Shlabaugh, Abby Wallace, Kimberly Davis, Abi Duzan, Drew Wingler, Callie Schable, Liz Shipman, Payton Wellbaum. Head coach Craig Moffett explained: “Rebounding is something we’re always trying to improve, being that we’re not an overly tall team. I do think we are improving in that area. In an early practice Janette Comstock said  “rebounding is all about heart/desire,” and she’s exactly right. Our balance is a luxury with unselfish players as the most important aspect of the balanced offense. We do have multiple girls who can score off dribble, in post or shooting from perimeter. Payton Wellbaum had a very good game tonight and was set up by excellent post entries.”

WHS Homecoming 2017

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WHS Homecoming 2017
Windsor High School hosted Homecoming on Saturday, January 21st with a theme of Neon Nights. Homecoming royalty was crowned and are pictured. Front row left to right: Crown bearer Faith Hendrickson, 2017 Queen Gillian Sanders, 2017 King Travis Fox, and Crown bearer Bryce Rincker.Back row left to right: Queen candidates Jodie Harris and Kaitlyn Armes, Junior Attendant Morgan Lesko, Sophomore Attendant Rachel Miller, Freshman Attendant Ava Bennett, 2016 Queen Kristen Morlen, 2016 King Mitchell Haddock, Freshman Attendant Mason Campbell, Sophomore Attendant Ben Beck, Junior Attendant Gage Sattler, King candidates Joel Beck and Sterling Howard.

Women Who Care Donate

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Women Who Care Donate
Elizabeth Houser (right) and Stepheny McMahon presented the 100 Women Who Care donation to Mary Hughes, director of DOVE (center).  There are 40 individuals or teams committed so far for 2017 so DOVE will receive $4000 from the generous women of Sullivan. The next 100 Women Who Care meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 at 5 West Coffee Lounge.  Hughes will be in attendance to reveal how the funds to DOVE will be used before the next recipient is nominated.

WHS Homecoming Court 2017

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WHS Homecoming Court
Windsor High School will host a homecoming dance 8-11 p.m. January 14 in the high school gymnasium. Coronation is open to the public and will begin at 7:30 p.m. Pictured are court members: front right to left: Freshman attendant Ava Bennett, sophomore attendant Rachel Miller, junior attendant Morgan Lesko, and queen candidates Jodie Harris, Kaitlyn Armes, and Gillian Sanders. Back row left to right: Freshman attendant Mason Campbell, sophomore attendant Ben Beck, junior attendant Gage Sattler, and king candidates Joel Beck, Travis Fox, and Sterling Howard.