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Cyber security: Phone Call Attacks & Scams

By Vinton Today · July 9th, 2018
Overview When you think of cyber criminals, you probably think of an evil mastermind sitting behind a computer launching sophisticated attacks over the Internet. While many of today’s cyber criminals do use technologies like email or instant messaging, bad guys are also using the phone to trick their victims.

Do I need Flood Insurance?

By Vinton Today · July 3rd, 2018
By Tressa Walton There is a proposal for a new flood map that will affect a lot of people who in the past may not have needed flood insurance. If you are in a flood zone, you are not required to have flood insurance unless you have a mortgage on your home, the BANK can require that you have flood insurance.

Do I need Flood Insurance?

By Vinton Today · July 3rd, 2018
By Tressa Walton There is a proposal for a new flood map that will affect a lot of people who in the past may not have needed flood insurance. If you are in a flood zone, you are not required to have flood insurance unless you have a mortgage on your home, the BANK can require that you have flood insurance.

4th St. Diner Menu for July

By Vinton Today · June 29th, 2018
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BCSWC VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

By Vinton Today · June 28th, 2018
Announcement No. FY 18-01 Position Title: Project Coordinator, Benton County Full-time, grant funded through December 2019, with anticipated funding through December 2022 Location: Vinton, Iowa Contact: Benton Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) 1705 West D St Vinton, IA 349 319-472-2161 Ext.

The Gift of Love

By Vinton Today · June 8th, 2018
By Tressa Walton We all say we love our families and do what is best for them. As parents' we try to give our children more than what we had as children. Do your children have life insurance policies? Did you? So many of our parents' got those "cheap" policies from Gerber for a $1/day or some sort of plan for us that we could cash in when we got older if we didn't want the coverage.

It's "full speed ahead" in the process of turning land donated by two of Vinton's most successful farmers into a new housing development, says John Ketchen. Just south Vinton-Shellsburg High School, on parcels of land either donated by John Anderson or left in the trust of the late John "J.W." Fry, the development may see the digging and pouring of five or six basements and the beginning of framing of houses above them by this fall, says John Ketchen.

Vinton Unlimited is conducting a logo contest in preparation of our town's sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) celebration in 2019. The contest is open to any individual, including but not limited to Vinton residents. Entries will be judged by a team consisting of Vinton residents. The team will select the top designs and any winning themes/ideas that may be used as the official Vinton Sesquicentennial logo.

Vinton Unlimited is conducting a logo contest in preparation of our  town's sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) celebration in 2019. The contest is open to any individual, including but not limited to Vinton residents. Entries will be judged by a team consisting of Vinton residents. The team will select the top designs and any winning themes/ideas that may be used as the official Vinton Sesquicentennial logo.

NCGA 2018 Yield Contest Online Entry Now Open

By Vinton Today · May 9th, 2018
With planting beginning in much of the country, the National Corn Growers Association invites farmers to register early for NCGA's National Corn Yield Contest and save big on entry fees. Until June 29, fees will be reduced to $75. NCGA reminds growers that a small time investment now saves money later this summer.

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