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  • $300 in Sully Money awarded at Sully's Town Christmas

    The 2011 Sully’s Town Christmas was a success on Friday, Dec. 23. Area businesses invited residents to visit the workplace and enjoy holiday treats as they filled out entry forms for the Sully Money drawing. It may not have been a white Christmas but ...
  • $1 Lot Program Soon To Expire

    The $1 Northridge Estates Lot Program will end December 31, 2011. Late last year, the Sully City Council set this as the end date. After December 31, the lots will be sold at market value. If you’re considering the construction of a new home, don’t mi...
  • Project B.A.N.

    Friday, February 3 2012 the public is invited to attend Project BAN at the Lynnville-Sully High School.   BAN stands for Business Appreciation Night.  This is an event to publically recognize and thank the businesses in the Lynnville-Sully ...
  • Sully's Town Christmas set for December 23

    Sully’s Town Christmas by the businesses will be during business hours on Friday, December 23.  Businesses are making their plans for goodies and prize drawings.  Watch for the hours that Santa Claus will be at the Community Center to be annou...
  • All Digital Cable Service Upgrade for Mediacom Customers

    The future of TV is coming with 100% digital cable service from Mediacom.  Are you ready?  The conversion to all digital is coming February 2012.  Mediacom’s move to a 100% digital lineup allows Mediacom to offer even more channels, including more HD...
  • 2011 Year Nearing Completion – Looking Forward to 2012

    Looking back on 2011 ,  the year was filled with more questions than answers. We have learned that there are very few things that are stable. The one thing that remained stable was the $1 lot program for Northridge Estates. This is coming to a clos...
  • Sully Shopping Craft Fair Nov. 26

    Sully Shopping Craft Fair will be held at the Sully Community Center on Nov. 26 this year....
  • Rockin’ the Clover Craft Fair Nov. 26

    The Lynn Grove Hustlers 4-H Club will have their annual Rockin’ the Clover Holiday Craft Fair from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 26, at the FCC Building in Lynnville. Besides crafters and vendors of all kinds, morning coffee and lunch will be availa...
  • Prism recognized for excellence in exporting

    Prism Projection of Sully was recognized during an awards ceremony at the Innovations in Exporting Conference sponsored by Iowa Innovation Gateway and the Iowa Economic Development Authority on Friday, Oct. 28, at Vermeer Global Pavilion in Pella. Debi Du...
  • 2011 City Election Results

    On Tuesday, November 8th Sully voters re-elected Gordon Yarrington to a 2-year term as Mayor.  Council Member Chad Fikse was re-elected for another 4-year term and R.J. Van Dyke was elected for the first time as Council Member for a 4-year term.  Lori Z...
  • Trash Service Change Due to Veterans Day

    Due to the Veterans Day holiday falling on Friday this year, trash and recycling service within the City of Sully will change to Thursday for that week only. To ensure that your trash and recycling items are picked up the week of November 7th; please hav...
  • Burning Ban Still in Effect for Jasper County

    In Jasper, Poweshiek and Marion counties, county-wide burn bans were requested as a result of ongoing dry conditions.  As of October 7, one-third of Iowa's 99 counties were under an active burn ban.  A burn ban means absolutely no burning, even for recr...
  • Sewer Smoke Testing in Sully to Occur in October

    The City of Sully will be smoke testing the sanitary sewers in mid to late October to evaluate the condition of the sanitary sewer system.  The smoke that is introduced into the sanitary sewer should not enter homes or businesses unless a leak is present...
  • Town Hall Meetings Series Set

    Your Jasper County Board of Supervisors will be holding a series of Town Hall Meetings and all Jasper County residents are invited to attend any of the events scheduled. Tuesday, October 11at 6:30 pm in BaxterBaxter Community Building - 203 S Main Wedne...
  • Local Newspaper Publishes Last Issue

    After 30 plus years the Diamond Trail News published their last issue on Wednesday, September 28th.  The Record (Montezuma newspaper) has acquired the subscription list of the Diamond Trail News.  Lynnville, Sully and Searsboro readers will receive The ...
  • Fall Harvest Brings Slow-moving Vehicles

    Farmers have begun another harvest season and with harvest comes increased traffic from slow-moving farm vehicles on the roadways.  Statistics for 2009 show a total of 208 crashes involving farm equipment. Tips for motorists• Be alert and always wa...
  • Dream Big - Grow Here

    Your vote is needed to help Sully Plumbing & Heating try to win $5,000 in the Central Iowa DREAM BIG – GROW HERE contest.  Harlan Van Wyhe has submitted an entry to this contest and needs people to use the link below to place a vote for his ide...
  • Now Is Time To Buy A Northridge Estates $1 Lot

    There are two (2) residential lots remaining for sale in Northridge Estates at a selling price of $1.  The $1 Northridge Estates Lot Program will end December 31, 2011.  Late last year, the Sully City Council set this as the end date.  Afte...
  • My Time To Serve

    What would be your position regarding the following statements about the city and community of Sully: •  Sully is a good place to raise a family.•  You have a sense of pride when describing Sully to visitors.•  Sully has many of the ...
  • Lejon Ladwig joins First State Bank

    Lejon Ladwig, 50, has joined the First State Bank of Lynnville and Sully as vice president with his office at the Sully location. Ladwig was born and raised with one sister on a farm near Baring, MO, and is a graduate of Knox County High School. In 1985,...