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May 2-6 is Teacher & Staff Appreciation Week

By Vinton Shellsburg School District · 7:35pm May 1st, 2016 · 13 hours ago
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May is School Board Recognition Month

By Vinton Shellsburg School District · 7:35pm May 1st, 2016 · 13 hours ago
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Magic Lantern: Historic theater equipment demonstrated at Palace

By Dean Close · 11:55am April 29th, 2016
A small crowd of area residents learned about some of the oldest cinematic technology in history from a man who is involved in a Guiness Book of World Records project. Michael Zahs, a retired teacher from the Washington, Iowa, area, brought a magic lantern and slides to the Vinton Palace for the “Music and Magic Lanterns” event.

Although it was not listed on the program, the impact of weather on farming was an important lesson during the annual Third Grade Ag Day sponsored by the Benton County Extension Office with help from many local organizations. The weather was much colder than normal, with temperatures in the low 40s, along with rain and wind during much of the day.

Committee seeks to honor memory of slain Sheriff Leland Fry

By Dean Close · 12:40pm April 28th, 2016
A 78-year-old scrapbook contains a lifetime of tributes to one of the Benton County lawmen who died in the line of duty. Now a group of local residents is working to make sure the story of Sheriff Leland “Sam” Fry lives on in local history. Fry was just about to face election for his second term in office, when he went to a house where a man who had fled from his office was reportedly hiding.

What would local, daily news look like without Vinton Today?

By Valerie Close · 11:50am April 28th, 2016
Something like this.... . . . . . . .

After spending four hours in two separate meetings on the issue, the Benton County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to approve a land use change request that will allow Coots Materials, Inc., to create and operate a sand pit on 24th Avenue Drive north of Vinton. Residents who live near the site on the gravel road shared several concerns; many of them had met before the first hearing to discuss their fears.

100+3: Bethlehem Lutheran helps with VGH Medical Clinic Expansion Project

By Bethlehem Lutheran Church · 8:22am April 27th, 2016
Very soon, the Virginia Gay Family Medical Clinic Expansion Project will begin. The estimated total project cost will be $5.5 million dollars, with $4.5 million dollars coming from VGH Operations and $1 million from Community Support. The new clinic will be 2 stories and comprise 18,500 square feet of floor space (compared to the existing clinic which occupies 8,300 square feet.

Volunteers needed for Post-Prom set up Friday

By V-S Community School District · 3:45am April 27th, 2016
Calling All Post Prom Volunteers!!! Set up for Post Prom is on April 29th from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM at the high school. Those that signed up to volunteer the first half of Post Prom on Saturday, April 30th need to be at the high school at 11:00 PM. The volunteers for the second half should be at the high school on May 1st by 1:00 AM.

Just a quick reminder

By Valerie Close · 9:48am April 26th, 2016
This is just a quick reminder, that Vinton Today is in the midst of our annual fundraiser. For those of you that might have missed it, this year we are taking on a huge project and recreating the Vinton Today website. We, and those that created the website, feel that we need to update our system before it becomes obsolete, leaving you without a clue about what's happening in and around Vinton! We need EVERYONE to pitch in this year and do what you can to help us out.

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