Wet and wild Splash Bash

Posted August 19, 2015 at 3:59 pm

Hull’s first Splash Bash included something for everyone and all ages enjoyed the great evening at Westside Park. The event was a fundraiser for the Hull pool.

“It was awesome and overall I think it was a very successful evening,” declared Chamber director, Shelly Van Otterloo, who organized the event. “I’m so thankful for all the community volunteers who helped make the first ever Splash Bash a fantastic event.”

Over 100 runners took part in the 5K fun run, which snaked through Hull. The runners went through a waterfall, were ambushed by water balloons and blasted by water guns and fire hoses.

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    Trinity Christian High School begins eighth year

    By Jeanne Visser

    Trinity Christian High School in Hull keeps growing.

    When students return to the classroom Aug. 24, the expected enrollment will be 76 pupils. That includes 19 freshmen, 22 sophomores, 14 juniors and 21 seniors.

    The enrollment increases by an average of three students

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    Splash Bash is coming to Hull

    The community is invited to Hull’s first Splash Bash Wednesday, Aug. 12, at Westside Park.

    Splash Bash is a fun race but the evening also includes a meal, late-night swim and a lot of fun. The Hull Chamber is teaming up with Sioux Center Health to sponsor the event and it’s all to raise money for the Hull Pool.

    “We have an amazing pool that draws a lot of

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    WWG inducts new members

    Posted March 8, 2017 at 8:36 pm

    into the Minnesot Honor Society at the Midwinter Concert. From left: Bonnie Imker, Kyle Kuehl,Cassidy Mischke, Jake Kleven, Megan DeSmith, Anthony Ross, Matt Kleven, Makenna Takle, Theresa Merrick, Gabriele Grams, Adam Hass, and Mariah

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    Robots, drums, lights and more

    Posted March 8, 2017 at 8:10 pm


    The Lyon County Riverboat Foundation announced 22 grants totaling $463,425.36 for its spring 2017 competitive grants program. Seven of the grants were previously

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