Category Archives: News

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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Lynnville City Council meeting

Lynnville Council approves $600,000 in sewer revenue bonds The Lynnville City Council met in regular session on Monday, Jan. 13, at 5:30 p.m. at Lynnville City Hall. Mayor Roy James called the meeting to order. Councilmembers Bev Van Maanen, Kevin Arment, and Mark Newberg were present along with city clerk Bev Arthur and guest Faye Brand....
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Sully City Council meeting

Sully Council approves 25 mph speed limit south of L-S School, filling vacancy by appointment Councilmember vacancy due to Gordon Yarrington elected mayor was discussed at the regular meeting of the Sully City Council at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 13, in Sully Community Center. Options are to appoint or have a special election.  The council decided...
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