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The DeeZee Spirit by Darrell Zegers – 10/2/14

I am so sick of body slamming ads on TV to convince us to vote for a certain person. I don’t even know what Mrs. Ernst’s policies are but I will vote for her just because she’s the one that gets hammered on the most. I would like to see people we know run for these...
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Riding for Robin Benefit October 11 – Updated

A benefit ride for Robin Elliot as she battles cancer will be Saturday, Oct. 11, horses and carts welcome. Riders leave the Lynnville Saddle Club Arena Old Setts Grounds at noon. Cost is $25 for ride and shirt, $15 ride only, or $15 shirt only. The route will be: Start at grounds and ride through Lynnville...
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Believe it! Gallon of gas drops below $3

For the first time in just about a year, the price of gasoline is under three dollars per gallon, ringing in at $2.99 at Key Cooperative and Casey’s in Sully on Sept. 18. The last time the price for gas was under $3 locally was last year on Oct. 24. It seems to happen locally...
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Global visitors tour Van Wyk, Vander Molen farms

Hillcrest South Devons, Mar-Bet Farms, and JVM Cattle Company hosted visitors from across the globe as part of the Ninth World South Devon Society Conference and Tour hosted by the North American South Devon Association on Friday, Sept. 19. The tour, which began Sept. 13 and runs until Oct. 4, started in Fort Worth, TX, and...
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Game on! New hoops in Sully park

Two new Goalsetter basketball hoops were installed in the Sully Central Park on Monday, Sept. 22. The City of Sully purchased one of the basketball goals and Goalsetter Systems, located south of Sully, donated the other. Already on Monday afternoon, the new goals drew a crowd as local children were getting their game on, shooting...
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L-S FFA Ag Day

L-S FFA members hosted a full day of agriculture learning and fun for fifth graders during Ag Day 2014 on Friday, Sept. 19. The annual event changed location this year to the Sully Ballpark and focused on teaching fifth graders only, promoting in-depth ag education and hands-on experiences. Click here to view an album of photos from...
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L-S Schools, Key Cooperative recognized as top workplaces

Two local employers, the Lynnville-Sully Community School District and Key Cooperative, are pleased to announce they have both been selected as one of Iowa’s Top 100 Workplaces. Making a name for itself in the education sector, the Lynnville-Sully Community School District landed a spot in the Top Workplace list. L-S Superintendent Shane Ehresman said, “Opportunities for...
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