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BACK TO SCHOOL
This week’s Sidell Reporter has welcome back notes from the administrators, introduces you to the new teaching staff and has opinions by the students on whether they are ready to return to classes. Read all about it ONLY in this week’s Sidell Reporter. Pick up copies at the Sidell Reporter office, Sidell Post office outside news box, Sidell Grocery, Sidell Cafe and Casey’s General Store in Fairmount and Catlin or subscribe today to receive your copy each week in your mail box! No other newspaper gives exclusive coverage to the Salt Fork School District, K-12 at all campuses!
The Salt Fork soap game will be Friday, Aug. 18 at 6 p.m. All the youth ball teams will be introduced before the Storm takes the field for a scrimmage game.
Music director Rigsby leaves Salt Fork
With only a few days before the first day of school, the Salt Fork Board of Education, this week, was in the process of seeking a new music teacher for the South Elementary and Junior High.
Properties will be on tax sale Aug. 29
Vermilion County properties delinquent for 2013 and prior for real estate taxes will be sold at a tax sale on Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 310 Bryan Ave. in Danville. Contact the Tax Agent Dave Schwab at 1-800-248-2850.
Lynn Rohrscheib named Top Young Leader
Lynn Rohrscheib of Fairmount was among the top two Illinois Farm Bureau Young Leaders that nabbed the top awards this week during Agriculture Day at the Illinois State Fair.