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Carroll residents ask what can be done with roads
Roads were the main topic of discussion at the Carroll Township regular monthly meeting held Monday. Three township residents were present to express their concerns for the roads southwest of Indianola.
Catlin officers to take violent incident training
The Catlin Village Board, Tuesday, approved sending two of their police officers to an “ALICE” certification training for school safety. The class trains on “Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate (ALICE) and is the leading response to violent critical incidents.
Indianola adopts new ordinance
A salute to National FFA Week in this week’s Sidell Reporter
Teresa Sudlow is hoping spring is almost here so she is thinking positive with some spring recipes, only in this week’s Sidell Reporter.
There are 37 students from Salt Fork School District pictured in this week’s Sidell Reporter. Are one of the smiling faces from your family? Check them out in this week’s Sidell Reporter. Pick a copy up at the Sidell Reporter office, Sidell Post Office news box outside, Sidell Grocery Store, Sonny’s Corner Cafe, Casey’s in Fairmount or Casey’s in Catlin – or subscribe today and never miss an issue!
The Salt Fork Junior High Roll is published in this week’s Reporter. Congratulations to a long list of students who made the grade!
Salt Fork boys head into the Regional Title game Friday night, Feb. 23, at the High School in Catlin. They will play at 7 p.m. against a very talented St. Joe-Ogden team. Come out and support the Salt Fork players who ended their regular season with a fabulous 23-7!