Category Archives: News

Bowlin receives Educator of the Year Award

Lynnville-Sully PreK-8 Principal Teri Bowlin was awarded with the Educator of the Year Award by the Professional Educators of Iowa during an all-school assembly on Monday, May 16. See next week's issue for complete details....
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Lynnville-Sully Hawks are Statebound

Twenty-six athletes and coaches will represent the L-S Hawks at the state track and field meet May 19-21: Front, Elise Alberts, Reagan McFarland, Carsyn McFarland, Aliya James, Olivia Norrish, Morgan James, Callista Hackert; middle, Sydney Jansen, Greenlee Smock, Majesta Vos, Aidan Stock, Corder Noun Harder, Kyle Squires, Kinsley Tice, Abby Squires, Natalie Nikkel; back, coach Jeff...
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Rural cemetery near Sully vandalized … why?

Toppled headstones litter the ground at Bethany/Dairy Grove Cemetery after vandals knocked them over.  Approximately 43 headstones were damaged at Bethany Cemetery, commonly known as Dairy Grove Cemetery, last week. The vandalism occurred after the cemetery was mowed on Wednesday, May 11, and discovered at 8:30 p.m. Saturday evening, May 14, by cemetery visitors. The small...
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The DeeZee Spirit By Darrell Zegers (from his book “The Best of DZ”)

Better Stay on the Road Last winter, the freight company I drive for celebrated its 25th year in business, and the bosses took the 10 drivers with the most seniority and their wives to the Bahamas - something they probably never will try again. These men, even though they had driven hundreds of thousands of miles, had...
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L-S FFA’s Ag Day promotes farm safety

Fifty Lynnville-Sully FFA members led L-S fifth graders through 10 stations designed to educate and promote safety on the farm at the chapter’s annual Ag Day on Wednesday, May 4. The stations, all led by FFA members, taught the fifth graders about cattle, sheep, horse, chicken, and goat care, promoted PTO, grain, and ATV safety, relayed information...
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