Ollison makes a run for it

Maris Ollison makes a run for it Thursday, Oct. 8 at Versailles. The Versailles Lady Tigers were defeated by Capital City 11-1. (photo courtesy of MCR-II)

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Radefeld and Pryor keep pace

Matthew Radefeld, left, and Ryley Pryor keep pace with each other during the Russellville Cross Country Race Saturday, Oct. 10 in Russellville. Radefeld finished 66th with a time of 21:40.3, followed by Pryor in 67th place with a time of 21:44.8. (photo by JLDorrell)

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Max Coleman evades a tackle

Max Coleman evades a tackle by a California opponent during the homecoming football game Friday, Oct. 2 in Verailles. (photo courtesy of MCR-II)

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Royal Rangers ready to rumble

Members of New Life Assembly of God Royal Rangers had a “capture the flag” Airsoft® battle during a campout Friday, Sept. 25 at the Rodney and Becky Lee property off Highway Y in Morgan County. Poised for action are, front from left, Jaxon Gracia, Matheas Murdock; back from left, Chance Kitchen, Jayce Campbell, Royal Rangers

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Squeezing the juice

Michael Hunter, left, owner of Versailles Florist and Greenhouse, and Ken Cable grind apples in preparation for pressing apple juice Thursday, Oct. 1 at the greenhouse in Versailles. The juice was both sweet and tart because of the use of different varieties of apples in the mix. (photo by Bryan E. Jones)

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Keeping tradition alive

Miranda Yoder works to set up an autumn display of apples and apple cider Thursday, Oct. 1 at the Save-A-Lot store off Highway 52 east of Versailles. The display has been a tradition for several years at the annual apple festival in Versailles. Since this year’s festival was canceled due to concerns about COVID-19, the

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