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Egging sets individual record at national competition

Maren Egging, daughter of Phil and Rachael Egging of rural Galesburg, returned home as a record-setting individual champion and member of the national runner-up team in the Horse Bowl event after a phenomenal showing at the Western National Roundup held in Denver, CO, Jan. 8-12. Egging and three teammates – Shianne Votava, Courtney Fleming, and Cheyanne...
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Property tax changes explained for upcoming school bond vote

Property tax changes explained for upcoming school bond vote Many local citizens have questions about the upcoming Lynnville-Sully Community School District’s bond issue vote on Mar. 3. Upon passage of the proposed $4.5 million bond issue for safety, sustainability, and continued success of the district, the current debt service levy rate of $1.06 would roll over...
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Serving U.S.: Ervin Arkema, U.S. Army Cook

Serving in the military will undoubtedly change a person’s life. For many veterans, the training received and subsequent eye-opening experiences will mold each of them into a more mature version of their former selves, carrying this knowledge forward with them as they return to civilian life. However, experiences on duty in the military are not...
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Thelma & Bonnie’s “Have a seat at my table”

Hello friends and happy 2020! I cannot believe we are entering a new year! Looking back at 2019, there were lots of life changes, heartbreak, new experiences, and exciting announcements. As I look forward to 2020, I am eager to see what God has in store for the upcoming year! I rang in the new year...
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Kuhlmann drops 30 in L-S boys’ win at EV

After a two-week break in action, the Lynnville-Sully boys basketball team was ready to get back in action on Tuesday, Jan. 7. The Hawks were at English Valleys and pulled off the win, 67-55. Senior Blaize Kuhlmann had the hot hand that night, racking up an impressive 30 points. L-S Head Coach Nick Harthoorn liked what...
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Hawk girls trounce EV, Hulsing back at the helm

Returning to the hardwood after Christmas break, the Lynnville-Sully girls basketball team was able to ease back into the season on Tuesday, Jan. 7. They put together a solid 74-39 win over English Valleys while welcoming back head coach Jerry Hulsing, who has been on medical leave since late November. “I would like to thank Coach...
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