New owners, new look at Hughes-Taylor Funeral Home PDF Print E-mail

It took 13 years but as of March of this year, Rondale and Cheryl Brishaber became part owners of Hughes-Taylor Funeral Home.
Rondale said he started working at the funeral home during his sophomore year of high school after he started dating his wife Cheryl.

Lengthy list of properties eligible for October 2 tax sale published by GBP PDF Print E-mail

A lengthy list of 128 properties on which real estate taxes are currently overdue and are targeted for tax sale on Tuesday, October 2, has been published by Green Banner Publications.
The list can be found in The Scott County Journal and The Chronicle on Saturday, August 25, and Saturday, September 1. It was first published in those newspapers on August 18.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 August 2012 07:21
WW wins county volleyball title PDF Print E-mail

The Washington County volleyball tournament has been dominated in recent years by the Eastern High School volleyball team.
This year, however, it was the Lady Senators who claimed the title, sweeping Salem 25-18, 25-21 and the Lady Musketeers 25-14, 25-20, in the round-robin tournament.

Mourning and miracles come from Daisy Lane Road fatality PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 00:00

Michael McBride, the grandfather of Hayden Overton, the 2-year-old who was killed in an accident on Daisy Lane Road on Friday, August 3, 2012, said his family is hurting from the tragedy.

Movie Night at Salinda a success, upcoming Parks and Rec. events PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 00:00

Around 40 movie-goers of all ages drove out to Lake Salinda as the sun was setting on August 26 to catch a free movie and some family fun, courtesy of “Movie Night Under the Stars”. The event was originally slated for the evening of Thursday, July 26, but had to be rescheduled due to inclement weather.
The night’s feature presentation was “Mirror, Mirror”, a new take on the classic fairy tale “Snow White” starring Julia Roberts. The film originated in theaters earlier year. Salem Parks and Recreation hosted the event and provided free drinks, pop corn and bug spray to those in attendance. The Salem Public Library, WSLM Radio and the Washington County YMCA also sponsored the event.
Visitors who came to the lake early also had an opportunity to take a trek down the Veteran’s Walking Trail, a primitive walking path near the lake that opened to the public earlier this summer. This was the second “Movie Night” put on by the city according to Denise Newkirk, Director of Salem’s Parks and Recreation Department, and they are anticipating many more family-friendly events like this will take place at Lake Salinda in the future.
Fall activities
Salem’s Parks and Recreation Department has announced their schedule of activities and events that are taking place this fall.
Youth Football sign-ups for grades 3rd through 6th will be taking place on August 19 from 1 to 3 pm at Salem High School Gymnasium. Registration costs $35 and is open to all students from Salem, Eastern and West Washington schools. Drafts will begin August 20.

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