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April 21, 2022

In the Thursday, April 21 issue

In the print edition:

Springtime in Versailles

These beautiful cherry trees line the streets in Versailles and are in full bloom this time of year thanks to some people who had a vision for a town in bloom. The Versailles Main Street group has been working hard to get a Pocket Park next to the Versailles Town Hall and soon action will be seen there to enhance that area on the square.

Wheelock Lake Campground celebrates one year

Pictured above is the Southeastern Indiana Honor Guard honoring Wheelock Lake Campground with a new flag for their one year celebration. Pictured left the new flag was raised on Saturday, April 16 at the anniversary celebration complete with a 21-gun salute. Families and friends gathered for the event that also showcased the opening of their restaurant. Owner Kevin Wang provided a luncheon and Easter Egg Hunt along with other festivities throughout the day.

$5M grants awarded for road, bridge work

Indiana will benefit from the $107M plus money granted through Community Crossing Grants for transportation infrastructure with Ripley and surrounding counties receiving $5,126,626 of that grant funding, according to State Rep. Randy Frye.