In the Thursday, June 30 issue
Convicted killer gets maximum
Jordan Knudson, 37, of Holton, …
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Ebel inducted into Maryland HOF
A Versailles native, South Rip …
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Next generation business: Lemonade stand
Kids were invited to participate in Market on the Square in Versailles last Saturday, June 25. These young entrepreneurs ran a lemonade stand. Who could resist these smiling faces pictured above: Aurora Lawhorn, Grayson Lawhorn, Paisley Kimla, Lincoln Sell and Lane Lawhorn. They were positioned near the southwest corner of the square across from Emily’s Brew where you could grab a quick specialty drink and sweet treat. The square was bustling with activity as many vendors were set up with a large variety of items to choose from. There were many booths for the children where they could interact or listen to stories that were read by employees from Tyson Library.
Versailles Lions busy serving others
Versailles Lion Woody Sizemore was the grillmaster on Saturday, June 25 as he cooked the delicious pork chops for the Lions Club Pork Chop Dinner with the proceeds benefiting the Holdsworth Pavilion project at the new Pocket Park on the Square in Versailles. The group works tirelessly throughout the year to benefit others.
Commissioners ask for over $1.5 M in appropriations
At the June 13 meeting of the Ripley County Commissioners two projects will total more than $1.5 million dollars.