Spartan fans Dominique Joyce, left, Cason Bennett and Christian Haley show their enthusiasm during the second half of the Salem – William Byrd game.
And, well, we like enthusiasm!
We also like showing off photos. And have LOTS of them.
We try to post them here online as soon as we can — we like to think of this as Salem’s digital daily newspaper. And we share as many as we can in print, and then, well, we urge you to come online to see to all our online extras.
Here’s a handy guide to all those extras this week:
* Photos from the Mud Run
* Three of four minors hurt in Electric Road wreck were Lord Botetourt students
* Photos: Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce marks 75th anniversary
* More photos of Steve Krzysko’s hovercraft
* Another photo of bear in Pam Means’ backyard
* More photos of the pig being painted at Henry’s Memphis BBQ
* More photos from Olde Salem Days
AND IN SPORTS . . .
* Video highlights from Salem – William Byrd game
* Photos from the Salem – William Byrd game
* Photos from the Glenvar Crush vs. Vinton Starz
* Photos from West Salem Kickers vs. West Salem Cheetahs
* Photos from Salem JV football vs. Franklin County
* Photos of Glenvar JV football vs. Floyd
* More photos from Knights Crossing
* More photos of Salem Sabres U16 in North Carolina tournament
* More photos of Glenvar Lions vs. Valley AFC Crush
So how can you get your news and photos in So Salem? Easy! You can share at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com. Want to place a classified ad to reach your Salem neighbors? We’re at firstname.lastname@example.org