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Over 400 people served at Cadets’ drive-through meal fundraiser

A complete group effort by Cadet counselors, their wives and sons, and junior counselors contributed to the success of 2020’s Cadet hog roast on Nov. 18. Over 400 people were served drive-through style in order to accommodate Iowa’s latest proclamation. Counselors and leaders within Sully Christian Reformed Church’s Cadets program were making modifications right up until...
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Engraved rock welcomes visitors to Killduff

The area known as the Killduff corner is boasting some new landscape thanks to generous supporters and devoted residents. An engraved 3.5-ton rock now sits outside the ballpark fence on the Killduff corner to greet travelers arriving at or passing by the small town nestled along Hwy. T-22 S. Scott Wilmesmeier, Killduff resident and president of...
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Sully Christmas celebration Saturday, Dec. 5

  From 9-11:45 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 5, everyone is invited to celebrate the Christmas season COVID-style in Sully. Due to COVID-19, the celebration will look a little different this year. Attendees should search Facebook for 2020 Sully Christmas Celebration (https://fb.me/e/1EXAcrrTd) for final plans in case COVID changes things last minute. Attendees should please maintain a...
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Goodyk goes behind the lens to capture hurricane devastation

Feature photo: A southwest Louisiana homeowner stands by the flagpole he erected in front of what used to be his house while his neighbor sits on the front steps. The pile in the backyard is the shop where the homeowner worked to repair and build motorcycles for a living. His determined spirit was uplifting and...
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Farm to Table by Julie Van Manen

Kennedy admires the lighted Minnie Mouse Christmas decoration Aunt Emily and Uncle Braden found for her. If you enjoy Christmas lights and decor, travel to my neighborhood ­– several houses are lit up!  

Thanksgiving 2020 leftovers… Keeping it simple

                Harvest has wrapped up earlier than usual.  We are thankful for the beautiful fall weather...
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Young Hawks look forward to fresh start, team improvements

  Contributions by Josh Morningstar, L-S journalism class The Lynnville-Sully boys basketball team has big shoes to fill after graduating four of the top five scorers from last season. The Hawks hit the gym for the first practice of the year on Monday, Nov. 16, with hopes of improving from a challenging 2019-20 season. They went 5-16 last...
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L-S returns 11 grapplers, including three past district qualifiers

Eleven returners and four freshmen make up the 2020-21 Lynnville-Sully wrestling team. The Hawks began practicing on Monday, Nov. 16, and are coached by Jason Walston, who returns for his fifth year as head coach. The team welcomes new assistant coach Kaiden Gosselink. [caption id="attachment_6650656" align="alignleft" width="372"] CJ...
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