Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Nearly 700 lambs went through the show ring at the 2015 Junior Market Lamb Show that proved to be a long, hot day for animals and exhibitors alike. The Final Grade Drive and Champion Drive were punctuated by thunderstorms rumbling outside and electricity in the air as the winners were selected. Here they are:Grand Champion Bailee Amstutz, Union Co. (Grade Champion)Reserve Champion Logan Harvel, Fayette Co. (Grade Res. Champion)3. Bailee Amstutz, Union Co. (Hampshire Champion)4. Lauren Ott, Huron Co. (Natural Colored Champion)HampshireChampion: Bailee Amstutz, Union Co.Reserve Champion: Colin Gump, Miami Co. ShropshireChampion: Morgan Mazey, Wood Co.Res. Champion: Davis Will, Mercer Co. SouthdownsChampion: Ava Shroyer, Logan Co.Res. Champion: Mason Miller, Tuscarawas Co. SuffolkChampion: Logan Harvel, Fayette Co.Res. Champion: Autumn Miller, Fairfield Co. DorsetChampion: Ava Shroyer, Logan Co.Res. Champion: Ava Shroyer, Logan Co. MontadaleChampion: Brock Martin, Seneca Co.Res. Champion: Corbin Melvin, Fayette Co. OxfordChampion: Lauren Ott, Huron Co.Res. Champion: Autumn Miller, Fairfield Co. AOBChampion: Adam Wagner, Hardin Co.Res. Champion: Morgan Seckel, Marion Co. Brockle-faceChampion: Carly Gump, Miami Co.Res. Champion: Meghann Winters, Guernsey Co. Natural ColoredChampion: Lauren Ott, Huron Co.Res. Champion: Sarah Young, Highland Co. GradeChampion: Bailee Amstutz, Union Co.Res. Champion: Logan Harvel, Fayette Co.Photos by Alyssa Muhlenkamp Oxford exhibitors Montadale exhibitors Justin Mason, 12, Coshocton Co., with his Montadale Olivia McDade, Darke County, with her Dorset. Kendal Sattler, Henry Co., with her Suffolk Autumn Miller, Fairfield County, had the Res. Champ Suffolk Dorsets Justin Howell, 11, Knox Co. with his Southdown Brittany Muhlenkamp, Mercer Co, and Morgan Mazey, Wood Co., show their Shrops. Southdowns Shropshire exhibitors watch the judge Shropshires Shoropshires Logan Harvel with his Hamp Hampshires The judge evaluates a tough Hamp class Logan Harvel with his Hamp The judge evaluates a tough Hamp class. Chase Barkalow, Montgomery Co. Taylor Hites, 15, Logan County with her Hamp. Bailee Amstutz, Union Co., had the Champion Hampshire Neilla Kinsman, 16, Fulton Co., shows her Brockle-face lamb. Kaylee Achor from Highland County works with her Natural Colored lamb in the ring. Wyatt House, 11, Preble County, won his Natural Colored class. On the right is Paige Teeter, Highland Co., 13 with her grade lamb Grade exhibitors Garrett Gwin, Wayne County, with his grade lamb Grade Champion: Bailee Amstutz, Union Co. Grade Champion Drive Grade Champion Drive Champion Drive
Descendants of freedom fighter Laxmi Indira Panda on Saturday staged a protest at Jeypore in Koraput district, demanding expeditious police investigation to trace her grandson, Babula Panda, who went missing on April 16 at the railway station here. Babula’s parents, Surendra Panda and Sujata Panda, were among the descendants of freedom fighters felicitated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Raj Bhavan here. Babula had accompanied his parents to the function. Laxmi Indira Panda had joined Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army in the Rani Jhansi Regiment when she was only 14 years old, and fought against the British for the country’s Independence. Separated at stationJust an hour before Babula and his parents were to board the Hirakhand Express from Bhubaneswar to return to Jeypore, the three got separated at the railway station. While Babula’s father Surendra Panda reached Jeypore a day later, his mother Sujata Panda boarded a wrong train and landed in Balasore, from where she was rescued. But Babula could not be traced.Subsequently, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik directed the police to find Babula, but the police had made no headway till Saturday. “It is duty of the government to find our son,” said Ms. Panda.