Business

Adding a Special Touch to a Small Corner of the World

by Sharon Tausch Dreams are sometimes born at the wrong time in a person’s life, but that does not mean they will not come true. Versailles resident Michael Hunter’s dream of becoming a horticulturist and owning his own greenhouse and florist shop came to him in 1988 when he went to work for the late

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Co-Mo celebrates 20,000 subscribers

Charles and Shannon Donelson Co-Mo Electric Cooperative recently celebrated the milestone of 20,000 broadband service subscribers through Co-Mo Connect. “We are very excited to hit the 20,000-subscriber milestone,” said Co-Mo CEO Aaron Bradshaw. “Our mission at Co-Mo is to improve the quality of life for the region we serve, and we are proud to be

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Tilly’s: A Unique Blend of Family, Food, and Fun

Olga and Loren Tilly’s Tacos and California Burritos in Versailles. by Sharon Tausch When it comes to Mexican cuisine, herbs and spices are not necessarily the stars of the show. There are sauces, cheeses, and traditional culinary vegetables enhancing a variety of meat and vegetable dishes. However, the most important ingredient added to the culinary

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New heating/AC unit for Morgan County R-I School

Zach Pinzke, left, and Adam Guinn, both with First Choice Mechanical of Versailles, install a new rooftop heating/air-conditioning package unit Wednesday, June 17 at the school in Stover. The unit was hoisted to the roof with a crane from Xtreme Crane of Versailles. (submitted photo)

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Food establishment inspections

The Morgan County Health Center conducted food establishment inspections Thursday, June 11 to Friday, June 19, 2020. Results shown include the critical violations and the number of non-critical violations. The following establishments were inspected: Buck Creek Store in Gravois Mills, Thursday, June 11, routine inspection, zero critical violations observed, and zero non-critical violations observed. Lake

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Laura Keim celebrates opening her State Farm agency

Laura Keim, holding scissors, celebrates opening her State Farm agency office with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, June 5 on the square in Versailles. Members of her family, employees, and representatives from Versailles Area Chamber of Commerce were on hand. (photo by Bryan E. Jones)

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