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Vinton's Street Project begins this week

By Valerie Close, Editor · April 7th, 2021
Updated:Along with spring flowers popping up, you'll see large equipment making the rounds in Vinton. Boomerang Corporation with locations in Hiawatha and Anamosa will begin on the street projects around town. They were the lowest bidders and were awarded the contract back in August. Give them a wave as they begin their work!From the Vinton Police adepartment:NOTICE OF CONSTRUCTION.

Easter Egg Hunt brings great fun to the children, again

By Valerie Close, Editor · April 5th, 2021
The Annual Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt went off without a glitch this year. For the most part, it was business as usual. With excited little boys and girls, baskets and bags in tow waited anxiously to collect as many eggs as they could as soon as the air horn sounded.In roughly 4 minutes the eggs were collected and on their way to be relieved of their treasures.

McDonald's suffers from Fire incident

By Valerie Close, Editor · April 5th, 2021
Updated: McDonald’s is now open for business.The Vinton Fire Department responded to a fire at the McDonald's restaurant on Sunday evening. It was reported that there was a fire in the freezer area of the restaurant. The fire was contained sparing the rest of the building. The restaurant will be closed until repairs are made.

Trees for Shellsburg Parks

By Vinton Today · April 1st, 2021
After the derecho donations were made to the Shellsburg Area Community Group for storm recovery. After consultation with city officials it was decided the money could best be spent on trees. Following this decision, SACG learned about a grant opportunity for purchasing trees and filed an application.

The Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEMD) is joining national public safety leaders in recognizing April 2021 as National 911 Education Month to promote 911 awareness and proper usage.National 911 Education Month is a campaign to help Americans of all ages recognize the importance of calling or texting 911 and the role they play in ensuring effective and efficient emergency response in times of crisis.

Garage Church welcomes Vinton Residents

By Vinton Today · April 1st, 2021
A group of about 50 people gathered last Sunday to share in worship in a family garage in Vinton. Many of them have been meeting since February with various numbers. The congregation is composed of all ages from young children and families to grandparents. Because of the location, “Garage Church" seems to stick.

In a letter addressed to the Vinton Shellsburg School Senate, the group was recognized in part by the local VFW (Veterans of Foreign War) Smith-Geater Auxiliary Post #8884 as well as the National President of the VFW for their work on behalf of veterans."Dear Vinton Shellsburg High School Student Senate:On behalf of nearly a half million members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Auxiliary, I want to thank you for your efforts to support our veterans and their families.

The Benton County Farm Bureau board of directors have approved to match donations made by its members up to $1,000 to the Benton County Disaster Recovery Coalition. A fund has been established at the Farm Bureau office in Vinton. Members wishing to donate, and have their donation matched by the Benton County Farm Bureau, should mail, or drop off their donation to the Farm Bureau office at 1105 W 9th Street Vinton, IA 52349.

VFW Smith-Geater Post #8884 receives $2,500 H.O.T. Grant

By Valerie Close, Editor · March 30th, 2021
VFW Smith-Geater Auxiliary Post #8884 received a boost in their efforts to make improvements to their post. The group is making improvements to their new location at the old animal shelter located on the county home road south of Vinton.Vinton Unlimited made a check presentation of $2,500 from the Hotel Option Tax fund.

FFA Labor Auction

By FFA · March 29th, 2021
By Josh Wiley, Co-ReporterAt 6:00 P.M. on Thursday, April 8th, the Vinton-Shellsburg FFA Chapter will be holding their annual labor auction in the high school gymnasium. Members of the chapter will be voluntarily “auctioned off” to complete 8 hours of work for the highest bidder that purchased them.

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