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Photo by Suzanne Woodard taken on Trisler farm south of Fairmount.
National Farm Safety Week Sept. 18-24
See safety messages from local businesses, Pages 8-12
Allerton wants to see a written agreement
No decision made on taking road transfer
The Village of Allerton asked a lot of questions Tuesday night but did not make a decision to accept the half mile of highway that borders the south edge of the village.
Catlin seeks safety info on buildings
Terry Nolan was supposed to bring in an engineering report to the Catlin Village Board meeting Tuesday night about fixing the leaning properties he owns at 101 and 103 S. Sandusky Street. The board wants proof the properties are structurally sound enough to stand with some repairs made to them. The building has been closed for a long time after being damaged by a car running into the building.
Unit 12 to help parents protect kids on internet
In response to parents asking Salt Fork staff for ways to protect their kids on the internet, a program will be put on for parents Nov. 2 at 6:30 p.m. The Board of Education heard about the program at their board meeting last Thursday.
Get rid of your old electronics FREE
The Vermilion County Health Department will hold a collection from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Oct. 8 in the north parking lot of Danville Area Community College, 2000 East Main Street in Danville for all county residents.
Taking the shop to the field
Donnie Ruwe's new business fulfills lifelong dream
Storm football handles Hoopeston with ease with a 34-12 victory.
FOR SALE— Star Spangled Recipes cookbook — 545 recipes and 37 pages honoring local veterans are included. $17.50 includes postage. Make check payable to Sidell Veteran’s War Memorial. Mail c/o Sidell Reporter, P.O. Box 475, Sidell, IL 61876. Proceeds from the book support the upkeep of Sidell Veteran’s War Memorial Board.
FOR SALE—GREAT FOR JAMAICA ALUMNI—“A Look Back At 39 Years of Cardinal Pride.” 40 pages covering Jamaica sports from 1955-1995. Lots of pictures, stats and memories from fans and athletes. $12.50 includes postage. Make check payable to Sidell Reporter. Mail to P.O. Box 475, Sidell, IL 61876. Click here to order.
“The 50th Anniversary of Jamaica High School – 1955-2006” commemorative issue. 32 pages with over 100 photos depicting the first 50 years of Jamaica High School. Includes a list of all graduates and teachers. $12.50 includes postage. Make check payable to Sidell Reporter. Mail to P.O. Box 475, Sidell, IL 61876. Click here to order.