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  • Mayor's Message - December 2012

    Looking Ahead - Planning for the Future           On Monday evening, Dec. 3, 2012, the Sully City Council and the city engineer met during an openmeeting to discuss what the city needs to be looking at...
  • Record temps bring out record crowd to renewed winter event, Jingle Bell Rock

    {gallery}album14{/gallery} The Lynnville-Sully Music and Drama Boosters sponsored a fantastic Jingle Bell Rock event in Sully on Saturday night, Dec. 1, 2012. The temperature was mild and the people and events were numerous, creating many memories for yo...
  • Sully RLF (Revolving Loan Fund) Program

    Start-up and existing businesses are encouraged to consider using the Sully RLF (Revolving Loan Fund) if they have had trouble securing financing for their project. to medium size businesses. TheSully RLF (Revolving Loan Fund) was established to improve t...
  • Jingle Bell Rock event in Sully December 1, 2012

    The "Jingle Bell Rock" supper and lighted Christmas parade will be Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, in Sully sponsored by the Lynnville-Sully Music and Drama Boosters as a fundraiser for the group's big trip to Tennessee in 2014. The soup supper will be held 5-7 ...
  • Two committees at work at third Sully Town Meeting

    The third Sully Town Meeting was held Nov. 1. Two main projects, which are several Sully questionnaire suggestions combined, were worked on, Sully “night out” events and town square rejuvenation.The Sully “night out” events are under the leadershi...
  • 2012 performance of electrifying 'Grease' thrills L-S audience

    1950s pop culture burst on to the Lynnville-Sully High School stage Oct. 27-28 when the L-S Music and Drama Departments presented "Grease, the High School Version." "Grease," the number-one greatest musical and the ultimate feel-good, pick-me-up musical,...
  • 2012 L-S football team ends season conference champs and just short of UNI-Dome

    Just two years removed from a string of losing seasons, the Lynnville-Sully Hawk football team and their fans have to be proud of the 2012 season despite falling just short of the UNI-Dome. This year's squad finished the season with a 9-3 record, a Class ...
  • 2012 L-S cross-country team had many highlights

    The 2012 Lynnville-Sully cross-country team's season had many highlights, topped off by the second trip to state in three years for the girls team. The first highlight of the season occurred on Sept. 10, when the Hawk girls tied for second at the Ballard-...
  • 2012 L-S volleyball team has winning 15-12 overall record

    The Lynnville-Sully volleyball team boasted a winning 15-12 overall record this season and finished tied for third in the SICL Conference with a 7-3 conference record. A standout accomplishment for the team happened early in the season when the girls won ...
  • Christmas Tour of Homes December 1, 2012

    A Christmas Tour of Homes "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!" will be held from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. The Sully First Reformed Church is presenting five homes decorated for Christmas. Tickets are for sale at $10 per person (...
  • 3rd Sully Town Meeting

    The 3rd Sully Town Meeting will be held this Thursday, 11/1 at 6pm at the Sully Community Center.  All persons within and outside the community are invited to attend.   Even if you did not attend one of the first two town meetings, you ...
  • Sully “Night Out” Activities - Request For Help

    Do you find yourself full of ideas and can’t wait to share them?  Do you LOVE to plan and brainstorm possibilities? Would you enjoy sharing your thoughts about what activities the City of Sully could host throughout the year to showcase fun in your...
  • After 66 years, a new family owns the locker in Sully

    Warren Terpstra and heirs of his grandfather, A. P. “Tone” Vander Beek, had owned the Community Lockers in Sully for nearly 66 years when effective Sept. 14, 2012, the business was sold to a new family, Jared and Stacey Nikkel of Sully who will oper...
  • Hunter’s breakfast October 27

    The Sully Lions Club hunters’ breakfast will be 6-9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012, at the Sully Community Center. Besides providing a meal for hunters on the opening day of pheasant hunting, the Lions are raising funds to beautify the electrical bo...
  • Sully Fire Department supper, rides, smokehouse demo October 20

    The annual Sully Fire Department’s supper, smokehouse demonstrations, and firetruck rides will be held 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012, at the Sully Community Center. All ages are welcome to participate and everyone who wants to participate will hav...
  • Projects prioritized at first Sully Town Meeting Sept. 27; next meeting Oct. 18

                   The first Sully Town Meeting was held Sept.27 with 40 attending to prioritize the answers from the Sully Questionnaire completed in April. Free pizza from Coffee Cup Café was served, Gelene Evans and her Lynnville-Sully Child Devel...
  • Sully Town Meeting

    When: Thursday, 9/27/12 at the Sully Community Center Meeting starts at 6pm Childcare will be provided free of charge.  Families are encouraged to attend. Location: Sully City Council Room Staffing will be provided by Lynnville-Sully School Pi...
  • Participate in the Community Luggage Drive!

    You Can Make a Difference!  Participate in the Community Luggage Drive! What Is Happening The leaves are beginning to change and the weather cools; perhaps you’re pulling out your luggage, buried deep in basements and closets, preparing for winter tr...
  • Your Help For Sully Is Needed

    Do you care about Sully?  If you do, your presence is requested at the Sully Town Meeting scheduled for 6pm, Thursday, September 27th at the Sully Community Center.  The town meeting has two purposes.  First, projects identified by the Sull...
  • Sully, Lynnville city-wide garage sales Sept. 15, 2012

    Sully and  Lynnville city-wide garage sales will be 7 a.m.-noon on Saturday, Sept. 15. If you would like to participate, please deliver your ad and $10 to the Hometown Press in Sully by 10 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 10, ph. 594-3200. Please limit ads to ...