Zombie's, the fun kind, will descend upon Vernon Friday for an evening of family Halloween fun.
Absentee Board members Connie Geurkink (GOP rep) and Katie Matthews (Demo rep) have been busy bees at the Election Office since public walk-in voting began Oct. 12.
While most parents and kids are busy gathering up costume items for Monday's Trick or Treat night, another group is busy getting organized for North Vernon's annual Christmas in the City event.
Halloween is almost here, and there will be no shortage of ghosts, witches and assorted monsters on the prowl as a wide variety of activities will be held in Jennings County not just on the holiday itself but throughout the coming weekend.
In the shadow of the Jennings County Courthouse, young thespians act out "The River Boy," one of the nine skits presented during the Jennings County Historical Society's Ghost Walk one-and-a-half weeks ago. The Jennings County High School Thespian Troupe and the Jennings County Company, both made up of JCHS students, directed and performed the skits. From left are Brad Emry, Luis Sanchez, Kaley Ernstes, Storm Miller and Kayla Gross. The Ghost Walk skits were presented not only on the courthouse lawn but also at the Commons and Adams Well, an annual tradition that is part of Hector's Haunted Evening in Vernon.-Staff Photo by Bryce Mayer