Category Archives: News

Unusual forfeit creates bye week for No. 1-ranked L-S

Contributions by Sage Zylstra and Elijah Collins L-S Newspaper Students The Lynnville-Sully football team has a lot to be excited about. The Hawks are currently rated No. 1 in Class A, according to the Radio Iowa High School Football Poll. They earned the title of outright district champions for the first time since 2003, and they have...
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Dunsbergens thankful for support at Saturday benefit

Donations are still coming in for the Bruce and Lynn Dunsbergen family of Sully following the benefit last Saturday hosted by the Sully Lions Club. Around 400 community members came out to support the family at the fundraiser held at Sully First Reformed Church. Money raised at the benefit will go toward medical costs from when...
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The Wooden Spoon by Shelly Rankin: Roasted Chicken

Hellooooo, might fine readers! Well, the dog has finally stopped suffering from heat exhaustion. I woke up to 36 degrees and a dog sprawled out, panting on the porch sunbathing like it was 85 degrees. I think the beast has finally found his chi. Meanwhile, inside our residence, I'm already dressed like Old Man Winter in my...
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Accident, ATV theft reported

A 2004 custom-built white Yamaha ATV was reported stolen Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 10, by Casey Harthoorn of Lynnville. According to Jasper County Deputy Tracy Cross’s report, the ATV was driven from its garage with tracks to the cornfield on the west side of the garage. Cross mentioned a red ATV found by Dustin Ver Ploeg north...
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Sully Medical Clinic welcomes new provider

Jennifer Hill, ARNP, has joined Pella Regional Health Center’s medical staff and is practicing at the Sully Medical Clinic located at 704 3rd Street, as well as the medical clinic in Monroe at 100 East Sherman. Hill earned her undergraduate degree at Mercy College of Health Sciences in 2000. She then went on for her master’s...
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Supervisors trying to make Killduff corner safer

Following the decision of the Jasper County Board of Supervisors at its Oct. 17 meeting, solar-powered yellow flashing beacon lights will be placed on the 30 mph speed limit signs north and south of where Highway T22 curves in Killduff. At last week’s meeting, supervisor Doug Cupples brought up the safety of the corner as an...
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