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Warmer weather over 60 degrees on Monday

Mark and Vicky Huizer of Lynnville are trying a new venture this spring, Prime Country Catering. They have parked at a few locations in the area and sold their menu items. For the first time in many months, the temperature on Monday, Mar. 10, reached over 60 degrees, and it was a great day for...
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The DeeZee Spirit by Darrell Zegers – Mar. 13

I have always enjoyed automobiles of any age, make, or model. At this time, I own six automobiles and three motorcycles. My wife does not share my enthusiasm for automobiles. She always says there are only two of us living in this household so I should have one car and so should she. I know she’s right,...
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L-S’s Bowlin one of three finalists for Elementary Principal of the Year

The finalists for the School Administrators of Iowa (SAI) 2014 Elementary Principal of the Year Award have been narrowed down to three, and Lynnville-Sully’s PreK-8 Principal, Teri Bowlin, is among the top three. Bowlin has served as the preK-8 principal at L-S for the past six years and was nominated by L-S Superintendent Shane Ehresman. [caption id="attachment_3266" align="alignright"...
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Teacher contract proposal includes 5.82 percent increase

The Lynnville-Sully Board of Education met in special session at 7:45 a.m. on Wednesday, Mar. 5, with the meeting called to order by L-S Board President John Terpstra. The other four board members, L-S Superintendent Shane Ehresman, Karla De Cook, Margaret Vander Weerdt, and 25 staff members were present. Speaking for the staff, Jeff Corbett expressed...
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Lynnville Council approves new meters, water reading software

The Lynnville City Council met in regular session on Monday, Mar. 10, at the Lynnville City Hall. Mayor Kelly Bryan called the meeting to order and led the “Pledge of Allegiance.” Councilmen Roy James and Kevin Arment were absent. Guests included Faye Brand, Cathy Fraker, Marlis Van Zante, Vickie Nikkel, and Jan Braaksma. In the maintenance...
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Sully Council hears Deep Rock Ice Cream Shop proposal

The Sully City Council met in regular session Mar. 10. Mayor Brent Vander Molen called the meeting to order with council members Brett Van Soelen, Chad Fikse, RJ Van Dyke, Diane Vos, and Darin Morvant; public works director Shaun Needham; city clerk Barbra Maasdam; and several visitors present. The consent agenda approved the Feb. 10...
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Riley Schnell earns Iowa FFA Degree

A love of agriculture runs deep in the Schnell family. Riley, the 17-year-old son of Jason and Londa Schnell, developed a love of farming at an early age with agriculture being woven into his everyday life, at home and at school. The Lynnville-Sully junior was recently honored for his com-mitment to agri-culture with the Iowa...
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