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  • The Sully Spirit Feb. 2010

    I saw in the Des Moines paper once that an electric car was being tested. A family was using it for their main source of transportation. The story made me laugh. The car was able to go 15 miles between charges. Whoopty doo. I live 18 miles from my...
  • Coffee Cup Cafe Receives National Recognition

    The Coffee Cup Cafe in Sully, owned by Darin and Robin Morvan, was named as one of the top ten places in the United States to eat pie by USA Today. An article in USA Today on Friday, Jan. 21, 2010, featured Ed Levine's samplings of pie across the n...
  • Lois Vander Leest and pianos go together

    Lois Vander Leest of rural Reasnor loves pianos and has a collection of about 130 “piano” items that she displays in area libraries when asked. The term “piano” is used loosely for her collection because there are also accordions and organs in...
  • Lynnville-Sully CSD 2010-2011 Kindergarten Registration

    LYNNVILLE-SULLY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 2010-2011 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION FOR PARENTS ONLY Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 3:35 p.m. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kinderga...
  • Prism Projection Awarded Best Debuting Product for Lighting

    November 30, 2009 Sully Iowa, USA - Prism Projection Inc. is proud to announce that its RevEAL Color Wash lighting fixture has been awarded Best Debuting Product for Lighting at the LDI 2009 Trade Show and Conference held in Orlando, Florida. Products b...
  • Jasper County Launches New Emergency Notification System

    The CodeRED system provides city officials with the ability to provide pre-recorded emergency telephone notification/information messages to targeted areas or the entire city.  Jasper County Emergency Management Agency has added a “reverse 9-1-...
  • Update on City Election Results

    At the regular city election held on Tuesday, November 4th; Council Member Robert Nikkel was re-elected by write-in, but refused the position.  The office was then to be assumed by the person who received the next highest number of votes.  In Sully...
  • Choir students attend SICL Honor Choir

    On November 17, 14 students from the Lynnville-Sully High School Choir traveled to the Belle Plaine High School to participate in the South Iowa Cedar League Conference Honor Choir. The honor choir is held every other year, and the location is bas...
  • City Election Results

    On Tuesday, November 4th city elections were held across the state.  In Sully the polls opened at Noon with the office of Mayor and three Council Member positions on the ballot.  Gordon Yarrington was re-elected to a 2-year term as Mayor; Brent Vander...
  • Sully RLF (Revolving Loan Fund) Program

    Are you wanting to start your own business? Are you looking to expand your business? Need money to purchase machinery or equipment? Cannot receive some or all of your financing from a conventional lender? The City of Sully has a Revolving Loan Pro...
  • Sully Haulin In Christmas

    Mark Saturday, December 5th  to attend Sully’s 4th Haulin In Christmas parade and activities.  Persons and businesses inside and outside the community of Sully are encouraged to have a parade entry.  The only requirement for an entry is that it hav...
  • Hometown Press print shop opens in Sully

    A print shop, Hometown Press, has opened in Sully on the northeast corner of the square at 301 7th Ave. Ste. 101 with Co-Line Welding, Inc. as its parent company. Services typical of a print shop will be offered, including but not limited to, black...
  • Fast Trax constructs new building

    A new building brings new potential. Since the start of the recession at the end of 2007, many businesses and people have been affected by the declining economy. Fast Trax in Sully is one of those businesses that were affected a bit by the recession. ...
  • L-S school enrollment down slightly

    Students are the reason schools succeed, and when the school-age population of a district declines, it can cause the school a lot of problems. Without enough students, teachers would be out of a job. Student enrollment is key in order for a school to fu...
  • L-S Music & Drama Boosters Holds Fundraiser

    The Lynnville-Sully High School chorus, band and drama students are selling Iowa Best Burger Cafe punch cards. There are 15 punches on each card worth $4.00 off any meal combo with a meal combo purchase.  The punch cards sell for only $15 each and don'...
  • L-S Drama Dept. to present "By My Ghost" Nov. 6-7

    The Lynnville-Sully High School Drama Department will perform “Be My Ghost” by  Tim Kelly on Friday, Nov. 6, and Saturday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in the Lynnville-Sully High School gym. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students.   ...
  • 10 Ways You Can Stay Healthy at Work

    As we face this extraordinary flu season, consider these ten things you can do to protect ourself and others: ...
  • Mayor's Message - City Code Violations

    Last month the City Council adopted a new process to handle complaint issues and city code violations. Why did Sully need to adopt this process? Since the City of Sully no longer has local law enforcement we needed a way to address violation issues and ...
  • Sully Fire & Ambulance open house and supper

    Sully Fire & Ambulance Open House and Supper will be Saturday, Oct. 17, starting at 4:30 p.m. All ages are welcome to participate in Smoke House Demonstrations. Everyone who wants to participate will have a chance. Take a look around at the fire and ...
  • The Sully Spirit Oct. 09

    I'm probably completely wrong about this, but I think kids are smarter and have different interests than those in my era. All we cared about was the automobile and how to make it faster and cooler. I still have my old report cards at home. W...