Category Archives: News

New committees named at Sully City Council meeting

Sully City Clerk Barbra Maasdam gives the oath of office to the three new members of the Sully City Council, Brett Van Soelen, Diane Vos, and Darin Morvant. The Sully City Council met in regular session Monday, Jan. 13, with new Sully Mayor Brent Vander Molen, council members Chad Fikse and RJ Van Dyke, and new...
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Winterim included experiences of service trips and internships

Miranda Nikkel participated in a service trip to Haiti for Pella Christian High School’s Winterim Jan. 2-10. By Tessa Howerzyl For the students attending Pella Christian High School, reality sets back in this week. For some, this is a good thing. They are tired of having nothing to do all day and would like to get back to the...
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Keith Renaud retires after 39 years of service as Lynnville City Clerk

Retiring Lynnville City Clerk Keith Renaud and his successor, Kim Harsselaar. “I am definitely leaving it in good hands with Kim,” said Keith Renaud. “It’s good to see her helping the town, and she is easy to work with.” Long-time Lynnville City Clerk Keith Renaud was honored with a retirement party on Tuesday, Jan. 14. Past...
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Pella Christian sends interns to Co-Line

Zach McClellan and Zach Rozendaal work on a welding project during their internship at Co-Line. By Breanna Terpstra, PCHS Senior and Hometown Press and Co-Line Winterim Intern For the second year in a row, Pella Christian High School held its Winterim. What is Winterim? It is an opportunity during the first week after Christmas break for the students...
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Sully Electric and Controls switches on service for local customers

Sully Electric and Controls, Inc. provides service to residential, agricultural, commercial, and industrial customers while specializing in control wiring of electrical systems. Some of the business’ local projects have included electrical control systems for hog sheds and grain handling/drying units. [caption id="attachment_2693" align="alignright" width="300"]Sully Electric and Controls Sully...
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Remember When – Jan. 16

35 years ago (1979) At a special meeting of the Lynnville-Sully School Board, members voted to keep Sully Elementary open one more year. Approximately 65 persons were present to show their interest. After a lengthy discussion of several alternatives, the board approved spending $15,000 from the 2.5 mil levy fund for repair, maintenance, and remodeling of...
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The DeeZee Spirit – Jan. 16

I wonder sometimes why we celebrate birthdays. At the age I am now, I don’t want a party. I’m trying to forget how old I am, not celebrate it. I had one birthday in my life that I was happy about, the 16th. I got a license to drive a car by myself. It was a...
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