Marissa Van Pelt, a kindergarten student, awaits the delivery of her personal belongings Monday, May 11 at Morgan County R-II Elementary School in Versailles. Items had to be picked up curbside due to coronavirus restrictions as the unconventional school year, including distance learning, drew to a close. (photo by Bryan E. Jones)
Newspaper page artwork submitted by Charlie Stephens.
Newspaper page artwork submitted by Jennifer Rauscher.
Smile prompters Versailles Nutrition Site Volunteers, standing from left, Betty Arnold, John Crass, and Cheryl Scott greet Steve “Yaba” Long for a curb-side order pick-up at the nutrition site on Fairgrounds Road in Versailles. The volunteers sometimes wear costumes and silly hats or headbands to get smiles out of those who come to pick up
Another school year in the bag Paper grocery bags, full of the contents from students’ lockers and other personal items, line the hallway at Versailles Middle School awaiting pickup this week. A limited number of people were allowed in the building at any one time to retrieve their belongings, due to “social distancing” requirements in
Pastor Chris Bass, center, minister at First Baptist Church, addresses a small contingent of the faithful who gathered Thursday, May 7 to observe National Day of Prayer on the north side of the Morgan County Courthouse in Versailles. Versailles Mayor Terry Silvey, left, participated in the observance, along with a few ministers from area churches.