Resident Betty Shuppert holding planter. Riley Whittle, CNA, does a resident’s hair. Resident Jim Kruse planting flowers. Hoehns Family putting up window basket. by Sharon Tausch As the stay-at-home order continues in compliance with COVID-19 guidelines, people everywhere are adapting to changes in their ordinary daily routines. Shoppers carry disinfectant products, wear face masks, and
Joe Shady loads a box of produce for a client Friday, April 24 during a special food distribution at Food for Morgan County on Newton Street in Versailles. The distribution was made possible by a extra allotment of produce including corn, blackberries, grapes, salad mix, cole slaw, avocados, potatoes, sweet potatoes, parsnips, and apples. (photo
Last call for firefighter Glenn Weaver Ladder trucks from Versailles City Fire Department form an archway Thursday, April 23 near Versailles Rural Fire Protection District Station 1 on Route D and Highway 52 in Versailles. The display was a tribute to Glenn Weaver, a local firefighter who died Monday, April 21 in a mowing accident.
Bumgardner the gardener Mary Bumgardner picks out some plants Monday, April 27 in the greenhouse on the campus of Morgan County R-II High School in Versailles during a plant sale. Shoppers were allowed in the sale two at a time and by appointment only and had to wear face masks, due to restrictions in place
Tomato time Mary Ella Zimmerman, left, assists Vicki Stark choosing tomato plants Monday, April 27 at the greenhouse on the campus of Morgan County R-II High School in Versailles during a plant sale. Clients shopped by appointment only, were limited to two in the greenhouse at a time, and had to wear face masks, due
Unclogging the arteries Midwest Drain & Sewer employees Tyler Cannon, Jeremy Campbell, and Chris Tucker work Thursday, April 23 to “ram jet” a sewer line running under Jasper Street in Versailles. After the line is cleaned with the high-pressure water, a special powered camera is sent down the line. A video of what the camera