In the jungle Peggy Huhmann walks among the greenery Monday, April 27 in the greenhouse on the campus of Morgan County R-II High School in Versailles during a plant sale. Clients shopped by appointment only and had to wear face masks, due to restrictions in place because of the coronavirus pandemic. Plants for the sale
License office line-up People stand in line waiting their turn to get into the Morgan County License Office Monday, April 27 on North Monroe Street in Versailles. The license office re-opened Monday and will serve the public limited hours, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., for the week of April 27 through May 1. Clients were
Torri Cable, from left, Camron Hawkins, Thomas Cable, Lawrence Benz, Carolyn “Liz” Johnson, and Adele Williams, all with the Lake Ozark Regional Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, load cartloads of food in their van Friday, April 24 at Food for Morgan County in Versailles. The Cadets then delivered the food packages to people
Amos Martin Leinbach Samuel and Elaine Leinbach of Barnett are the parents of a son born on April 21, 2020 at Capital Region Hospital in Jefferson City. The baby, Amos Martin, weighed 8 pounds and 2 ounces and was 21 inches long. Amos has one brother, Elias, 1. Maternal grandparents are Benny and Grace Martin.
May 1, 1930 A stray hog is at my place, black with red spots, weighs 80 pounds, a female, has had a hole in left ear, owner pays feed and advertising bill. Harry Mefford, Versailles. April 28, 1950 Made beautiful and brilliant by lighting effects designed by General Electric Company, Jacob’s Cave, the northernmost of