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Lynnville-Sully XC runners off to a fast pace

Greenlee Smock, Caitlin Alberts, Megan Van Zante, Kinsley Tice, Callista Hackert, and Brooke Conover take off for the Lynnville-Sully Hawks on Saturday, Sept. 5, at the Pella Dutch Invitational. Despite a canceled track season last spring followed by months of uncertainty given the global pandemic, Lynnville-Sully cross-country runners logged their summer miles and are now reaping the...
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Lynnville Friends Church hosts annual tractor ride

Tractors are lined up and ready to go outside of Lynnville Friends Church on Saturday, Sept. 5, for the LFC Annual Tractor Ride benefitting Texico Missions Thirty-one tractors of all makes and models cruised under sunny skies and 12 mph at Lynnville Friends Church’s annual LFC Tractor Ride on Saturday, Sept. 5. Riders departed from Lynnville and traveled...
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Area churches kick off mid-week activities

Wednesday evenings are busy times once again for area churches as they welcome people back for mid-week activities. The opening night for FOCUS youth group and Kids 4 Christ at Lynnville Friends Church was Wednesday, Sept. 9, at 6:30 p.m. Sully Community Church kicked off mid-week services for AWANA, junior high and high school youth group, men’s...
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The DeeZee Spirit by Darrell Zegers, September 10, 2020

­ We all just celebrated Labor Day. I labored my whole life and was never that fond of it. It all started when I was 10 or 12 years old. My dad owned a truck sales and repair shop uptown. It was my job to clean the clinkers out of the furnace and then shovel whatever...
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Smoke On The Water raises $25,000 for local man battling cancer  

The energy was as high as the smoke billowing from pitmasters’ tents at the Seventh Annual Smoke On The Water BBQ competition and community fundraiser held Saturday, Aug. 29, at Old Settlers Park in Lynnville. The event delivered on its slogan of “Good People, Good Food, Good Cause” once again. Although there were several changes and...
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Local COVID-19 cases lead to 14-day quarantines, business closures

Local businesses, the Lynnville-Sully Community School District, and residents are taking extra precautions after positive COVID-19 tests have been reported locally. Casey’s in Sully closed early on Monday, Aug. 24, after the company learned a team member tested positive for COVID-19. “At Casey’s, the health and well-being of team members and guests is our top priority. When...
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Sully Christian, Lynnville-Sully welcome back students

L-S students arrive at school for the first day of classes on Aug. 26. Local schools welcomed students and staff back in anticipation of a wonderful – and unprecedented – school year the week of Aug. 24. Sully Christian students and staff enjoyed their first day of school on Monday, Aug. 24. Lynnville-Sully students and staff...
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