If it seems that we have photos of everyone who was at Olde Salem Days on Saturday, well, maybe it only seems that way.
We don’t have THAT many photos — but do have a lot. And, as is our custom, we share them all online.
And that’s where we begin this week’s listing of online extras. The photo at left is by loyal reader Laura Tucker, who shares an online gallery. We also have our our gallery from the festival from Miranda Adkins and Eric Brady — plus paparazzi photos.
And that’s just the beginning. Here are our other online extras:
* New restaurant coming to Salem
* Virginia Coalition at Roanoke College Sept. 19
* More bear sightings
* More photos from the Republican breakfast
* More photos of Salem Museum construction
* More photos from the American Legion Sept. 11 event
* More photos from fatal wreck on I-81 outside Salem
* More photos from Hopetree open house and building dedication
* More of Laura Tucker’s photos of a rainbow over Salem
* More photos from Barbara Krzysko’s Virginia Tech party
* More photos from the paint job that Alabama fans gave to the pig at Henry’s Memphis BBQ
* Another photo of East Salem cheerleaders at the Bastian’s BBQ pig
AND IN SPORTS . . .
* Two photo galleries from Salem-Franklin County football — from Cathy Sargent and Stephanie Klein-Davis
* Photos of Salem JV football vs. Franklin County
* More photos of Glenvar vs. Parry McCluer football
* More photos from Knights Crossing cross country
* More photos from Glenvar JV volleyball vs. Lord Botetourt
* More photos from Salem volleyball — varsity and JV
* More photos of Glenvar golfer Scott Obenchain
* More photos of Salem runners in Blue Demon Invitational
* Photos of Salem Sabres, Glenvar Dragons, Glenvar Crush, West Salem Kickers and West Salem Cheetahs
So how can you get your news and photos in So Salem? Easy! You can share at email@example.com.
For more information on us — and how to advertise and reach more than 90 percent of the households in Salem and western Roanoke County -- see below:
* You can meet our community journalist for Salem and western Roanoke County — Miranda Adkins. She keeps regular hours at our Salem “bureau” — at Mill Mountain Coffee and Tea on Main Street. Here’s her schedule.
* Want to keep up with us in other ways? You can join our “fan group” on Facebook or become one of our “followers” on Twitter. Just search for “sosalem” and you’ll find us.
* So how do we reach 90 percent of the households in Salem and western Roanoke County? Here’s how: Subscribers to The Roanoke Times get it included in their Friday paper; non-subscribers have it mailed to them as part of the weekly Simply Savings advertising flier. Those two add up to more than 90 percent. Plus, we have some free copies available at Kroger, Food Lion, the Salem Y, and the Salem Mill Mountain Coffee & Tea, in case we somehow missed you.
* Are you an advertiser who wants to get your message to more than 90 percent of the households in Salem and western Roanoke County? You can find out more at firstname.lastname@example.org. Want to place a classified ad to reach your Salem neighbors? We’re at email@example.com