Category Archives: News

New adventures for Lynnville-Sully Class of 2018

Thirteen years of hard work and accomplishments in and out of the classroom were celebrated for the Lynnville-Sully Class of 2018 during commencement exercises on Saturday evening, May 19. Family and friends filled the L-S gym for the 35 graduates who walked across the stage to receive their high school diplomas. The much-anticipated event was made more interesting...
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Steve and Linda Russell, 2018 L-S Citizens of the Year

Steve and Linda Russell of rural Searsboro were honored with the 2018 Lynnville-Sully Citizen of the Year award during commencement exercises on Saturday, May 19. Since 1986, the L-S Community School Board of Education has recognized a Citizen of the Year as someone who has made a significant contribution to the school and its students. Steve...
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Farm to Table: Celebrate May Beef Month

Last month at this time, whoever would have thought we would have corn sprouting out of the ground by now? In addition to growing crops, gardens, and yards, this weather has also been good for attending ball games and track and golf meets. May is a busy month, and sometimes it is hard to keep...
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The DeeZee Spirit by Darrell Zegers May 24, 2018

I didn’t have much excitement this past week. One strange thing that happened was a huge fly entered my home. I am talking huge. It was the size of a bumblebee and roared like a 727. My wife did battle with the creature for 20 minutes. He had lots of stamina because he would not land. She...
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LSCEF awards $4,700 in teacher grants

For the fifth consecutive year, Lynnville-Sully teachers were awarded grants totaling just over $4,700 thanks to the Lynnville-Sully Community Education Foundation (LSCEF) and area business partners during professional development meetings on Thursday, May 10. LSCEF Director Kyra Smith awarded seven teacher grants that will go to a wide range of causes including online textbooks and resources,...
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The Wooden Spoon

Well, it seems summer is trying to show its cute little face, until this past week arrived anyway. Isn't it funny how quickly 50 degrees feels chilly even though we just endured 544,642 days of sub-zero temperatures? I wanted to bust out my soup pot and make a tub of soup and bathe in it...
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