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Linn-Mar students find their 'Identity'
by Nancy Grindle · May 27th, 2016
It's not every high school that can produce its own magazine, but a group of Linn-Mar students decided that's exactly what they'd like to see, and they set about making it happen.


Marion By Moonlight; making music for all!
by Gary Follmann · May 27th, 2016
Can it actually be that Marion by Moonlight, solely sponsored by Farmers State Bank, has been going strong now for its 20th year? What an amazingly nice testimony that something that started out as a simple thank-you gesture by the bank, has now turned into one of the premiere events of our summer.


Advertisement Mini-Roundabout open, working well
by Nancy Grindle · May 27th, 2016
At the May 19 City Council meeting, Mayor Nick AbouAssaly noted that the mini-roundabout at 29th Avenue and 31st Street is open and working well. AbouAssaly has spoken with Linn-Mar Transportation Director Brian Cruise. Cruise has himself driven a school bus through the roundabout and found no problems with doing so. He has not heard any complaints from other bus drivers, either.


Uptown Marion Open 4 Business Competition Winner Announced
May 27th, 2016
Synergy Metalworks has been named the 2016 winner of Uptown Marion's Open 4 Business Competition, Uptown Marion announced today.


'Young Eagles' flight rally soars again
by Alyssa Vicente · May 27th, 2016
On Saturday May 14, 2016, the area's youth took flight on a fantastic ride in the skies, an adventure they will not soon forget. The wonderful people of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 33, hosted a "Young Eagles Flight Rally" at our very own Marion Airport.

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Maple helicopters everywhere; but what are they good for?
by Dan Brawner · May 27th, 2016
Late last week I was working on my dad's house in Mount Vernon. There wasn't a cloud in the sky, yet I heard what sounded like hail hitting the metal roof.


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Obituaries
Dean W. Haparanta, 69
May 27th, 2016
June 13, 1946 - May 18, 2016


James E. Herring, 92
May 27th, 2016
Dec. 28, 1923 - May 15, 2016



Kevin Richard White, 62
May 27th, 2016
Nov. 29, 1953 - May 17, 2016

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Jenks, Bach make their mark at state meet
by Brandon Leonard · May 27th, 2016
One of the biggest and most exciting events across the nation has come and gone once again. It was another year of familiar faces across the board, excelling on the big stage, and newcomers stepping up and stealing the show.


Lions soccer sets the stage
by Brandon Leonard · May 27th, 2016
The Linn-Mar boys' soccer team rebounded nicely after a stunning 4-0 loss at the hands of City High on Friday the 13th. The Lions disposed of Dubuque Senior by a score of 8-1 last Tuesday and Cedar Rapids Washington by a count of 4-1 on Saturday to finish off the regular season with a record of 14-4 overall.


Niemeyer earns trip to state golf
by Brandon Leonard · May 27th, 2016
Things may not have gone the way the Linn-Mar girls' golf team hoped when the dust settled at the Class 5A Region 4 State Qualifying Meet on Monday, but the season is not over for the Lions as Tori Niemeyer placed fifth individually to advance to the 2016 Class 5A Iowa State Golf Meet.


L-M soccer for the week...
by Brandon Leonard · May 24th, 2016
Leroy Enzugusi continued his hot streak of play as he finished with two of Linn-Mar's three goals in the Lions' 3-0 victory last week against Waterloo West. The Lions now own a three-game winning streak as the late stretch of their season is here.


Linn-Mar athletes make State Tennis
by Brandon Leonard · May 24th, 2016
They may have been district runners-up but once May 27th and 28th comes around, three Linn-Mar Lion tennis players will have their district meet finish behind them and will be focused on winning a state championship.

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