Ah, the good life! A group of Salem High School grads have been travelling in Europe this summer with teacher Fred Campbell. Here they are, showing off the camera in Paris. From left, that’s Owen Marshall, Fred Campbell, Zak Pritchett, and Daniel Raines.
We have a story and photos about them and their trip in this week’s issue of So Salem — and more photos online in this photo gallery.
We have some other online extras, too, and here’s an easy way to find them all:
* Salem Police Chief James Bryant announces retirement
* Curtis Hicks of Salem schools wins award for promoting bicycling
* Photo of Fellowship Community Church middle schoolers at camp
* Musicians from Salem and Catawba play at Third Street Coffeehouse
* More photos from M&P Printing opening a new location
* More photos of the Griffith boys (and others!) at Touch-A-Truck
* More photos of Steve Krzysko and Thomas Murdock launching rockets
* More photos from Salem After Five
* More paparazzi photos of people from Salem
AND IN SPORTS . . .
* Another photo of Richard Morgan being named coach at Bluefield
* More photos from Epperly’s Elite Gymnastics
* More photos of Salem baseball players helping with Challenger League
* More photos from the city/county swim meet
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