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Tootsie's restaurant will be holding its annual "Support your local Heroes" fundraiser this month. 10% of all sales will go to the following departments and services.October 9th-11th the Benton County AmbulanceOctober 16th-18th the Vinton Fire DepartmentOctober 23rd-25th the Vinton Police DepartmentTootsie's seeks to show their appreciation and support for each of these departments every year through these fundraisers.

From NOW until October 16, Better Together is selling Scratch Cupcakes! All cupcakes will come in packages of 6, which can be viewed at: Once you select the package(s) you want, you can order by: 1. Emailing us (respond to this email - Adopt@BetterTogetherRescue.

Divine Decadents Candy & Cafe: It's Caramel Apple Time!

By 4th St. Diner · October 1st, 2020
Divine Decadents Candy & CafeFrom our Caramel Apple Corner! :It's Caramel Apple time! Divine Decadents makes a variety of caramel apple for your fall enjoyment. Choose from Plain, Chocolate drizzled, Peanut, Pecan and others can be ordered. Click here to view some of our apple varieties on our Facebook pageDivine Decadents is serving dine-in as well as carryout.

Vinton Popcorn offers Trick or Treat Spooky Bags for Halloween

By Valerie Close, Editor · October 1st, 2020
The Vinton Popcorn Company is offering 4 ounce "Spooky Bags" which are perfect for Trick or Treating this year. The bags feature the customer's favorite caramel corn, regular popcorn or microwave popcorn and M&M's, melocream pumpkins and spider rings. Bags are $1.00 each except for microwave popcorn bags which are $1.

Windsor Wednesday in honor of National Pork Month

By Vinton Today · September 30th, 2020
Benton County Farm Bureau and the Benton County Pork Producers are excited to bring back Windsor Wednesday to the people of Benton County. Join us in celebrating National Pork Month every Wednesday this October. Add pork to your plate! Pork is low in sodium, high in protein and certified “heart-healthy” by the American Heart Association.

Vinton Unlimited seeking for new Executive Director

By Vinton Unlimited · September 25th, 2020
Vinton Unlimited is looking for our next Executive Director. With opportunities to work in economic development, event planning, and community growth - this position is full of possibilities on a flexible schedule!Check out the full job description here: share with any friends or family that may be interested!

The importance of proper coverage

By Tressa Walton, Wilson-Hite Insurance · September 23rd, 2020
It only takes a major derecho storm to travel 770 miles across the country for everyone to really start reading their insurance policies closely and to start asking questions. We are very glad that everyone is reviewing their insurance policies. We ask you to do this every time you get your renewals but if we are honest, most people toss that insurance envelope into a drawer and hope it has whatever they need IF something major happens.

4th St. Diner Menu for October

By 4th St. Diner · September 23rd, 2020
Good afternoon! Fall is definitely in the air! Just a reminder that we are still offering carryout and home delivered meals Sunday through Friday. Some of you may have experienced changes in your life and are no longer interested in receiving the monthly menus. Please feel free to request removal from the list at any time.

Vinton Ving Tsun Kung Fu Club to open Doors on Monday September 14

By Valerie Close, Editor · September 14th, 2020
Vinton will be welcoming a new business to town on Monday, September 14. The Vinton Ving Tsun Kung Fu Club will begin classes at 7:00 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. for registration.Masks will be required. The cost for the classes, per month, will be as follows:Adults: $70Senior Adults and Military: $60Children: $50Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

Two critical conservation practices – managing nutrient loss and protecting soil fr om water run-off – can greatly enhance the future of Benton County ag production and help better position farmers in the expanding sustainability marketplace. Today, the Benton Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) introduces a new program that assists local ag producers who want to target best conservation practices for their operation.

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