The Searsboro Community Center has acquired a new addition - the trophy case from the old Searsboro School that had been housed at the old Searsboro Fire Station for a number of years. With the help of a grant from the Poweshiek County Alliance, the trophy case has been moved to its new home along...Read more
The first Lynnville-Sully Community Education Foundation book drive for students in grades K-5 on Wednesday, Mar. 7, was a huge literary success and equipped the young students with plenty of reading material to keep their minds sharp and imaginations working over spring break. The book drive was the first of its kind at L-S and was...Read more
A Sully Community Meeting was held Monday evening, Mar. 5. With the Lynnville-Sully boys basketball team playing the late afternoon state tournament game, the meeting attendance was affected with only 24 persons present. However, the group went through the process of getting feedback on the community survey’s top topics and identifying the attendees’ top priorities. Shawn...Read more
Hello, one or all! I'm not entirely sure who is reading this, one or all or everyone in between, so, hi. I'm also not entirely sure where the last month has gone, what has happened, or what we ate. I think we ate a lot of cereal and eggs and bacon and smokies. It's really all the...Read more
Lynnville Council approves $69,325 sewer project first phase The Lynnville City Council met in regular session on Monday, Mar. 12, at Lynnville City Hall. Mayor Roy James, councilmembers Bev Van Maanen, Terry Fraker, Roger Beason, Mark Newberg, city clerk Bev Arthur, city maintenance director Josh DeWitt, and guest Faye Brand were present. The minutes of the prior...Read more
Funding sewer project brings debate to Sully Council meetingThe Sully City Council met in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday, Mar. 12, with city clerk Barbra Maasdam, mayor Brent Vander Molen, councilmembers Brad Rozendaal, Wes Van Wyk, and Teryl Ver Ploeg present (Gordon Yarrington and Jeff Brummel were absent), and guests...
Teachers group gives opening offer to Lynnville-Sully School Board In a five-minute special meeting, the Lynnville-Sully School Board met at 7:45 a.m. on Wednesday, Mar. 7, for the sole purpose of receiving the teacher representatives’ opening wage negotiations proposal. Vice president Jer Schnell called the meeting to order with superintendent Shane Ehresman, board secretary Karla De...Read more