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Local churches team up to provide tornado relief in Mississippi

Eleven volunteers representing three area churches left on the cold and dark morning of Saturday, Feb. 8, headed for their destination of Meridian, MS, a city where people are still dealing with the aftermath of damage left by tornadoes and flooding from two years ago. The volunteers who participated in this week-long mission trip are...
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Wrestlers leave it all on the mat with trip to state on the line 

Camden Baarda, 3A state qualifier for Southeast Polk. [caption id="attachment_4936691" align="alignnone" width="900"] Lynnville-Sully wrestling coaches Jason Walston and RJ Brown (in gray polo shirts), and wrestling cheerleading coach Lynn Dunsbergen, far right, celebrate freshman Reese Dunsbergen’s first-round thrilling victory at the district meet on Saturday, Feb. 15. Dunsbergen...
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Sully Locker and Market reigns as champ at IMPA event

For the third consecutive year, Sully Locker and Market owners Jared and Stacy Nikkel brought home the hardware from the 84th Annual Iowa Meat Processors Association’s (IMPA) Convention. This year’s event was held Feb. 13-16 at Gateway Hotel and Conference Center in Ames. The couple and their employees are proving to fellow meat processors across...
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Youth hoops raise money for L-S Athletic Boosters

Lynnville-Sully’s sixth-grade AAU team was one of several L-S teams enjoying success at their home tourney. Proudly wearing their champion medals from the Feb. 8 tourney are, left to right in the front row: Tatum Huyser, Jaelynn Smith; middle: Kacey Kesling, Kate Harthoorn, Lindy Bokhoven; back: Morgan Hay, Capri Engbers, Sadie Manatt, Ashlan Cordes, and Tylie Wood.   Over...
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Loftus’ 34 points lead L-S to first-round win

Junior Meleisha Vos releases a shot on Thursday night. She was the second-leading scorer for the Hawks with seven points. The Hawk girls soared to victory in the first round of 1A regionals on Thursday, Feb. 13. Hosting the 5-17 Twin Cedars Sabers, Lynnville-Sully proved dominant, winning 58-24. The Hawks are now 14-6.   [caption id="attachment_4936676" align="alignleft" width="259"] Read more

Two losses by L-S boys round out regular season

Freshman Preston Rodibaugh goes up strong shooting against EBF last Tuesday. The Lynnville-Sully boys suffered two losses to non-conference teams in their final games of the regular season last week. EBF The Hawks were on their home court on Tuesday, Feb. 11, against Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont. The Hawks took a loss to the Rockets, 72-49. [caption id="attachment_4936672" align="alignleft" width="255"] Read more

L-S School Board hires fifth-grade teacher, ag teacher/FFA advisor

The Lynnville-Sully Board of Education held a public hearing on Monday, Feb. 17, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school library. President Tammy Vos called the meeting to order. By Iowa law, the proposed 2020-21 innovative calendar was discussed. There was no public input. The motion to utilize the 1,080 calendar hours was made and...
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