Category Archives: News

Students’ learning heads outdoors

Mariposa Recreation Area northeast of Newton was the destination of the SCS fifth and sixth graders’ field trip Thursday, Sept. 25. The four girls comprising the two grades were led through the park by Katie Cantu, a naturalist with Jasper County Conservation. “It was a beautiful day to be outside and enjoy God's beautiful creation!”...
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The Wooden Spoon by Shelly Rankin – 10/2/14

I hope this finds you all doing well! I can tell you right now, this article is going to be short and sweet. It’s a Monday. My Dashing Gent is off to work already, and I’ve spotted a spider on my desk. He’s brown. He’s big. The size of a pencil eraser. He matches my...
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L-S Class of 1974: A trip back in time

The Lynnville-Sully High School Class of 1974 returned to the site of its senior class trip at Osage Beach, MO. The weekend of Sept. 20 was a time to relax and catch up with the 17 classmates who made the trip. The group enjoyed a buffet dinner and short program on Saturday evening. Earlier in...
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2014 L-S Homecoming Court

Celebrating tradition and Hawk spirit, Lynnville-Sully students, staff, and the community are celebrating homecoming week with a variety of fun activities for all ages. The 2014 homecoming court was recently announced, and the royal king and queen will be crowned during coronation on Thursday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. in the high school gym. The...
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Remember When – 10/2/14

35 years ago (1979) First State Bank of Lynnville commenced construction of a new, 3,104-square-foot banking facility at East Street and First Street in Lynnville. Gaylord Elscott was the designer of the building and Lynnville Building and Supply, Inc. was the general contractor. First State Bank was incorporated in 1912, and at that time was located...
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Press INKlings: I like the idea of Septober

The fall season is here and that makes me unhappy for three reasons. The first reason is the obvious: Fall means my least-favorite season of winter is next. Fall trumpets the relentless march towards winter, towards four o'clock dusks, and icy pavements. The second reason for my unhappiness this fall is my favorite fall foliage tree has...
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From the Desk of Shane Ehresman, L-S Supt. – 10/2/14

L-S lowers school property taxes for a third year One of the most difficult times on the pocket book is the time when the bill for property taxes arrives in your mailbox. I would like to remind people to review your bill and notice that the Lynnville-Sully Community School District portion of your bill should be...
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