In the Tuesday, April 6, 2021 issue
Editor’s Note: With April being designated Month of the Military Child, a three-part series, written by Robert Luken, will appear in this paper. We thank him for being willing to share his experience and promote children of military parents. When most …Read the story »
David Bradshaw has done just about everything a head coach in high school sports can do. Whether on the basketball court or the baseball diamond, the Jac-Cen-Del graduate has done nothing but give back to his alma mater, delivering accomplishment after …Read the story »
Spring Home Improvement 2021 (First of two sections)
The first of this week's Spring Home Improvement sections includes the following stories:
• How to prepare a garden for spring planting
• The average timelines for popular renovation projects
• How to add shade to a deck or patio
• Lawn watering and fertilizing techniques
Watch for more ideas, tips and tricks in the April 8 Versailles Republican!
Mass vaccine clinics available now
According to Lexi Bushhorn, Ripley County Health Department Administrator, the county health department has started mass vaccine clinics that will run through the month of April. Bushhorn noted that the clinics will be offering the Moderna vaccine with everyone 18-years of age eligible to sign up.
Cpl. Steve Sullivan retires from RCSO
Corporal Steve Sullivan, pictured center, recently retired from the Ripley County Sheriff’s Office. He was given a plaque and a handgun with sheriff’s office engraved on it. He also received a retirement badge for 23 years of service. Also pictured from left: Chief Deputy Kurt Enneking, Lt. Randy Holt, Sgt. Corky Houseworth, and Sheriff Jeff Cumberworth. Cpl. Sullivan was thanked for his years of service.