The April 7 Municipal Election is right around the corner, and both Salem city residents and out-of-town Dent County dwellers will have important issues to vote on concerning the future of our parks and roads, as well as the selection of a new West Ward alderman.
The 2015 Missouri State National Archery in the Schools Program Tournament held over the weekend proved to be another success for Salem schools and individual shooters.
Not only is senior Savannah Hanning trailblazing one of the most successful careers of a student athlete in school history, but she has done it with a 3.98 grade point average.
Aaron Pollard, Dakota Moore, and Connor Pilkington, pull their bows back in unison during a recent practice at Indian Trail Archery.
1. Amphitheater/Band Shelter, 2. Playground Equipment with New Ground Covering, 3.Sand Volleyball Court, 4. Improvements to Seating Areas at Ball Fields and Tennis Courts, 5. Improvements to Infields at Ball Fields, 6. Proposed Trail around the City Park, 7. Improvements to shade structures and pavilions, 8. Maintain and improve parking, 9. Improving lighting at City Park, 10. Plant trees and flowers in strategic areas, 11. Maintain and improve restroom facilities, 12. Maintenance and improvements to City Pool, 13. Cover storm water ditch, 14. Add additional neighborhood parks, 15. Maintain and Improve Al Brown Park and Fields.