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  • 3 Lynnville-Sully wrestlers qualify for state tournament

    Lynnville-Sully High School sent three wrestlers to the state tournament Feb. 16-19 at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. Manny Meyer, Madison Hay, and Kyle Soderblom represented L-S at the elite meet.   Hay at 145 lb. and a junior made his firs...
  • Pella Christian High School basketball teams to state tournaments

    Both the girls and boys varsity basketball teams at Pella Christian High School advanced to the 2011 state basketball tournament at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. The girls lost their first state tournament game in overtime 61-51 to Estherville-Linco...
  • L-S girls basketball team to 2011 state tournament

    The Lynnville-Sully High School basketball teams made the 2010-2011 season twice as nice for Hawk fans as both the girls and boys teams battled tough opponents as they travelled the road to state. Both teams qualified for state tournament games at Wells...
  • L-S boys basketball team to 2011 state tournament

    For the second consecutive year, the Lynnville-Sully High School boys basketball team qualified for the state basketball tournament at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. The opening game battle between L-S and Northern University High was evenly contested...
  • Sully Community Center flooring project completed

    Removal of the old floor tile and installation of new ceramic tile in the Sully Community Center was scheduled to begin Monday, Feb. 7, and was to be completed by the end of the week. However as usually happens with remodeling or construction projects,...
  • Mayor's Message March 2011

    Infiltration: The Sully City Council is in the process of tackling the infiltration problem in our sewer system with the help of Garden & Associates Engineering. Infiltration is ground water that is filtering into the sewer system and not draining dow...
  • Remember to License Your Pets by April 1st

    Last fall the City Council adopted a new animal protection and control ordinance.  This new ordinance requires pet owners to license their pets with the city. Pet licensing will assist the city when addressing citizen complaints involving pets and wi...
  • Mitigation Plan Public Survey Participants Needed

    The City of Sully, along with other cities in Jasper County, is participating in a process to complete a countywide hazard mitigation plan. Completion of a mitigation plan is required by the state in order for cities to be eligible for emergency and dis...
  • Sully Website Update

    Three years ago the City Council approved a project to remake the Sully, Iowa website. The new site was designed to include a business directory, calendar, news articles, gallery, monthly newsletter and an overview of the different organizations and ...
  • Bruce Dunsbergen Construction building underway

    The cold and snow have not stopped crews from Bruce Dunsbergen Construction of Sully as they construct a building for themselves. In the photo, they are building the framework. The 36' x 104' x 16' steel building is being built at the south end of the ...
  • 2010-11 L-S wrestling win makes history

    The Lynnville-Sully High School 2010-11 wrestling team made history at the sectional meet on Saturday, Feb. 5, at Eddyville. For the first time since 1984, the team won the Class 1A Sectional Championship. The team captured first place with top winne...
  • Lynnville-Sully CSD Kindergarten Registration

    The Lynnville-Sully Community School District 2010-2011 kindergarten registration for parents is scheduled for January 19th at 3:35 p.m. in the elementary/middle school north media center.  We ask that children not be brought to this meetin...
  • New Local Business Enginuity Mold and Machining

    Sully is proud to welcome Enginuity Mold & Machining, a new business that has been started by Tony Rockwell.  It is located in the building that formerly housed Azure Biodiesel in the Sully Business Park. Stay tunded as more information about th...
  • Fast Trac Business Class

    Area business owners are encouraged to attend the Fast Trac Growth Venture business class that will start January 25 and run for 8 weeks.  Participants will receive information that will focus on each aspect of their business, identify areas that ne...
  • Sully Community Center to Get New Flooring

    The tile floors in the Sully Community Center were installed when the building was constructed in 1994 and are now in need of replacement.  The City Council chose to have ceramic tile installed as ceramic tile requires less routine maintenance than t...
  • Can Drive Underway for L-S After-Prom

    The Lynnville-Sully After-Prom Committee has started their can drive for 2011.  Drop off your refundable cans and bottles at the First State Bank in Lynnville, Fast Trax Sports and Key Cooperative Station in Sully, Killduff Feed & Grain in Killdu...
  • Marvin Goodyk receives prestigious Lions award

     Long time Sully Lions Club member Marvin Goodyk of Sully was presented the Warren Coleman Honorary Award #2962 during the Sully Lions Club meeting Dec. 13, 2010. The Warren Coleman Honorary Award is the highest honor conferred by the Iowa Lions Fou...
  • Sully Lions announce coloring contest winners

    The Sully Lions Club sponosred a kids' coloring contest in conjunction with Haulin' In Christmas in Sully on Dec. 4. "All the kids dia wonderful  job and it was hard to judge with ties in some of the agte groups," said Jennifer Kocour of the Sully L...
  • Van Wijk Winery Update

    Work on changes and renovation of the former Community Church to become the home for the Van Wijk Winery are in full gear.  Current activities center around preparing the building for the installation of heating and cooling.   Jon and Adam ...
  • First ever L-S coed dance team performs in state competition

    For the first time in school history, Lynnville-Sully High School had a coed dance team to the state competition on Dec. 2, 2010, at Wells Fargo Arena and Hy-Vee Hall in Des Moines. They captured a Division II rating. Thirty-four L-S dancers performed th...