Recent Albums

Recent Albums

Children should be seen ... and heard

  • 31 photos
  • Pamela Moon spent the first few hours of her retirement receiving well-wishes from friends and celebrating her work of the last six years as executive director of Southeastern Indiana Voices for Children.
  • 8/1/2014
  • Album ID: 1829623
  • Photos by Ken Ritchie

FIRST DAY FOR MIKAELA

  • 41 photos
  • Today was the first day of classes at the Southwestern Schools, but Mikaela Willis’ locker was already lined with photos of her friends. Mikaela, a freshman, said she was excited to begin high school but also felt the anxiety that comes with starting this new chapter in her life.
  • 8/1/2014
  • Album ID: 1829622
  • Photos by Ken Ritchie

August 1 2014

  • 2 photos
  • 8/1/2014
  • Album ID: 1829620

2014 FAIR REVIEW: Tractor Operator Contest

  • 56 photos
  • UP FOR THE CHALLENGE: Shane Clark, 18, of the Dupont Die Hards 4-H Club maneuvers a John Deere tractor between obstacles in the tractor and lawn equipment operator contest at the 2014 Jefferson County 4-H Fair. Shane said that it has been hard to see his last year as a 4-H’er come and go after 10 years in the program.
  • 7/31/2014
  • Album ID: 1829374
  • Photos by Ken Ritchie

2014 FAIR REVIEW: Exhibit Hall

  • 15 photos
  • FINE-TUNED PHOTOS: Catherine Fisher, 15, of the Town and Country 4-H Club and the Southpaws Advanced 4-H Dog Club, proudly displays her Grand Champion photography project while her mother, Sarah, takes her picture. Fisher has been fine tuning her photographic abilities more and more each year that she has competed and said she is looking forward to taking the project to the Indiana State Fair.
  • 7/31/2014
  • Album ID: 1829373
  • Photos by Ken Ritchie

2014 FAIR REVIEW: Swine Show

  • 20 photos
  • SHE’S GOT WHAT IT TAKES: Michaela Warfield, 15, of the Four Leaf Clover 4-H Club, leaves the ring, below, after competing in the swine show at the 2014 Jefferson County 4-H Fair. “This is only my second year,” Warfield said. “But I feel like I’ve already learned a lot about what it takes to do this.”
  • 7/31/2014
  • Album ID: 1829370
  • Photos by Ken Ritchie

2014 FAIR REVIEW: Sheep Show

  • 29 photos
  • 4-H FOR THE FUN OF IT: Delanie Jones, 18, of the Deputy Family and Friends 4-H Club, waits in the sheep barn for her turn to compete in the sheep show at the 2014 Jefferson County 4-H Fair. After the dorset ewe competition, Jones talked about the show.
  • 7/31/2014
  • Album ID: 1829369
  • Photos by Ken Ritchie

2014 FAIR REVIEW: Rabbit Show

  • 34 photos
  • THERE’S MORE TO RABBITS THAN ‘CUTE LITTLE NOSES’: Courtney Ward, 17, of the Saluda Kountry Kids 4-H Club, and her mother, Angie, prepare one of Ward’s rabbits for the rabbit show at the 2014 Jefferson County 4-H Fair. Ward said she started showing rabbits in third grade because, “I loved their cute little noses. There was a lot more to showing them than I thought, but I’ve always loved it.”
  • 7/31/2014
  • Album ID: 1829362
  • Photos by Ken Ritchie

2014 FAIR REVIEW: Poultry and Other Fowl Show

  • 69 photos
  • MOVING ON UP FROM MINI 4-H Matthew Douglas, 10, of the Young Country 4-H Club, refreshes the water bowls in the cages of his birds between competitions in the poultry and other fowl show at the 2014 Jefferson County 4-H Fair.
  • 7/31/2014
  • Album ID: 1829361
  • Photos by Ken Ritchie

2014 FAIR REVIEW: Horse Show - Western

  • 37 photos
  • KISS ME KATElynn: Katelynn Buchanan, 12, of the Dupont Die-Hards 4-H Club, kisses her horse, Tommy Boy, before they enter the ring in the western horse show at the 2014 Jefferson County 4-H Fair. “I’ve been in 4-H for four years and had horses for three,” Buchanan said. “But this is the first year with my own horse.”
  • 7/31/2014
  • Album ID: 1829359