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Sully Electric and Controls switches on service for local customers

Sully Electric and Controls, Inc. provides service to residential, agricultural, commercial, and industrial customers while specializing in control wiring of electrical systems. Some of the business’ local projects have included electrical control systems for hog sheds and grain handling/drying units. [caption id="attachment_2693" align="alignright" width="300"]Sully Electric and Controls Sully...
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Remember When – Jan. 16

35 years ago (1979) At a special meeting of the Lynnville-Sully School Board, members voted to keep Sully Elementary open one more year. Approximately 65 persons were present to show their interest. After a lengthy discussion of several alternatives, the board approved spending $15,000 from the 2.5 mil levy fund for repair, maintenance, and remodeling of...
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The DeeZee Spirit – Jan. 16

I wonder sometimes why we celebrate birthdays. At the age I am now, I don’t want a party. I’m trying to forget how old I am, not celebrate it. I had one birthday in my life that I was happy about, the 16th. I got a license to drive a car by myself. It was a...
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Lynnville City Council changes monthly meetings to second Monday

Lynnville City Clerk Kim Harsselaar swears in Kelly Bryan as Mayor of Lynnville. The Lynnville City Council met in regular session on Monday, Jan. 6, at Lynnville City Hall. Mayor Kelly Bryan called the meeting to order with council member Roger Beason absent. Guests included Glenn Lewis, Cathy Fraker, Faye Brand, Ryan Nikkel, and Donny Doyle. Bev...
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The DeeZee Spirit – Jan. 9

The wife says that as I’ve gotten older, I’ve become sarcastic. I told her she was wrong. I’ve always been sarcastic! She gave me some examples. When she takes our car out and returns with it dirty, I always say, “I know she’s going to go wash it soon because she hates to drive a dirty...
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Deep freeze: Historic cold spell slams the state

Mother Nature kicked off 2014 with a bone-chilling arctic blast that left the area in a deep freeze. The coldest temperatures in nearly two decades created life-threatening conditions with wind chills reaching -40 to -50 below zero. The dangerous cold created havoc for area livestock farmers, buisnesses in the transportation industry, and many more who...
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Inspirations: New look and location, same loving care

Since 2007, Inspirations Childcare and Preschool has been serving area families and children by providing exceptional care and educational opportunities within the building of Sully Christian School. The childcare center operated out of three rooms in the school and utilized every nook and cranny for the children as well as for storage and meal preparation....
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