THE SALEM NEWS
The newspaper has been family owned and operated from the beginning, with a keen interest in the community. Bob and Margaret Vickery purchased The Salem News in 1950, and their son W. Ray Vickery was publisher from 1983-98. Vickery sold The Salem News to his stepson, Donald Dodd, in 1998. Our locally owned newspaper offers a wide variety of news, features, commentary and sports.
The Salem News not only delivers to Dent and surrounding counties, but many other states and to students and those in military service. It is a great way to stay in touch with your community whether you are in Dent County or thousands of miles away. An e-Edition is also available.
Salem Publishing Company offers a full line of commercial printing, including newspapers, business forms and cards, brochures, NCR, booklets, sales tickets, stationary and many more items. We will not only print what you need, our professional staff will help on the front end with design and formatting. The company owns a Goss Community Web press, two other commercial printing presses and a digital color printer.
Invitations and Wedding Supplies
We have a wide selection of wedding supplies to choose from. Available products include, but are not limited to: invitations, napkins (beverage and luncheon sizes), match books, response cards, reception cards, bookmarks, thank you cards, placement cards, wedding announcement cards, programs, glasses, envelope seals, and scrolls.
- Affair between sheriff and deputy enabled abuse and misconduct, charges claim
- Two face drug charges after passing out at McDonald’s
- Boss man charged with sodomy
- Serious injuries reported in Sunday crash on Highway 32
- Affair between sheriff and deputy enabled abuse and misconduct, charges claims
- Texas County sheriff, deputy, arrested on multiple felonies
- The Salem News closes press, to be printed in Jeff City
- Salem woman injured in Highway K crash
- Injuries reported in Tuesday crash on Highway 72
- Three face felony charges after seven-year-old found in meth-laden residence
The first time I walked into the West Point (Miss.) Daily Times Leader was in 1981. It was my first full-time newspaper job, and as part of my orientation I was taken on a tour of the building. I remember very little about that tour, except for the humongous newspaper printing press that pri…
Jess Baldwin of Salem calls it her “mid-life crisis.” For many of us, sitting in a kayak and trying to traverse the 340 miles from Kansas City to St. Charles in 88 hours or less would definitely be a crisis.