Category Archives: News

L-S honor roll announced

The honor roll for the third quarter at Lynnville-Sully School has been announced. Third Quarter High Honor Roll (*denotes 4.0 GPA) Sixth grade: *Natalie Arment, *Maren Egging, Kaleah Ehresman, Abigail Gruver, *Mallory Loftus, Kinnick McFarland, Jacob Morningstar, *Kennedy Roland, *Janelle Rozendaal, *Bret Stravers, *Ashton Thompson, Slater Young; Seventh grade: *Baylee Jansen, *Maria Rasmusson, *Evan Squires, *Emily Van Gorp, Tessa...
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Emerald ash borer was only a matter of time

By Iowa State Senator Dennis Black, Lynnville It was inevitable…only a matter of time. I must admit, I didn’t expect the insect so soon in Jasper County. And, the odds are that several, if not many, infested trees are present in not only Newton, but dozens of communities across the state. Warm weather will allow a more informed...
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Remember When – Apr. 3

35 years ago (1979) Sully Christian School grades 6-8 produced the operetta “The Pied Piper.” The King Rat was played by Marty Nikkel. Scott Kooistra and Trisha Hackert played the other rats. Russ Jansen was the Pied Piper, and Kevin Harthoorn was the Mayor. Engagement announcements featured Myrna Everist and Duane Ver Ploeg, and Sally Jo Slenk...
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Press INKlings – Apr. 3

Perhaps one of the more interesting and yet lesser-known holidays is an event that is known as Find a Rainbow Day. What a wonderful day to celebrate! After an extraordinarily long winter, spring has finally sprung! While the weather outside may not be delightful, Apr. 3 is sure to put a little spring in your...
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The DeeZee Spirit by Darrell Zegers – Apr. 3

My wife and I had quite a drive over the weekend. We had heard there was an unusual campground in southern Iowa. We were two hours late getting started, no reason, just always late. We took off and headed south. My wife wanted to eat at a nice restaurant in Oskaloosa. There was a crowd...
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Agricultural Insights by Marshall Hay – Apr. 4

While Mar. 20 marks the first day of spring, the weather doesn’t seem to always cooperate. Even though it seems that spring could be running behind this year in terms of typical warm up and precipitation, agriculture is ready in the wait to burst into action. Spring is a busy time of year in agriculture. Fields...
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Buy, Sell, or Trade?

Lynnville-Sully junior and senior business students in Mrs. Sara Rowe’s Economics, Accounting I, and Accounting II classes received a taste of stock market trading at the Stock Market Challenge held in Des Moines on Mar. 11, hosted by Junior Achievement of Central Iowa. This was the second year L-S students teamed up with peers and applied...
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