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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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The DeeZee Spirit by Darrell Zegers, Nov. 26, 2020

  My chasing doctors is beginning to slow down. Although I have some kind of eye procedure coming up. I had my cataracts removed some time ago and have been blind as a bat ever since. Now, I’m going to be lasered, whatever that means. I know it sounds dreadful. I might take a driver with me this...
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Heart to Heart Food Pantry distributes free holiday meal boxes

Above, Jill German and Theresa Anderson stand near tables full of food in Lynnville Heart of Worship’s church basement. The volunteers spent Saturday morning packaging generous amounts of food into holiday meal boxes.   Heart to Heart Food Pantry, a ministry of Lynnville’s Heart of Worship Church, blessed six families with holiday meal boxes on Saturday, Nov....
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Sully resident turns medical hardship into a sweet success

A complete dietary overhaul seven years in the making has led Sully resident Molly Foster to pursue a dream of owning her own business and helping others. Gluten Free For Me, Sully’s newest in-home bakery, specializes in gluten-free baked goods geared to meet the sweet-tooth needs of a special audience whose tastebuds yearn for a...
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