The Week In Photos: March 14, 2013

The visual report from the week of March 14, 2013.

Cairo head baseball coach Allan Pearman gives a talk to his players March 8 after practice at Cairo High School. The Pilots will play their first game of the season march 14 against the Egyptian Pharaohs. -- Isaac Smith | The Cairo Citizen
Cairo head baseball coach Allan Pearman gives a talk to his players March 8 after practice at Cairo High School. The Pilots will play their first game of the season march 14 against the Egyptian Pharaohs. — Isaac Smith | The Cairo Citizen
A Chester’s Chicken employee, middle, tells anxious customers it would only be a few moments before Chester’s Chicken would open for the first time March 8 in Cairo. Chester’s manager Melissa Palmer said business was booming the first day. She said there was a line out the door for most of business. Chester’s Chicken is the third business Zach Short of Anna has opened in Cairo.  Short also has Blue Fish General Store slated to open in the coming weeks. -- Isaac Smith | The Cairo Citizen
A Chester’s Chicken employee, middle, tells anxious customers it would only be a few moments before Chester’s Chicken would open for the first time March 8 in Cairo. Chester’s manager Melissa Palmer said business was booming the first day. She said there was a line out the door for most of business. Chester’s Chicken is the third business Zach Short of Anna has opened in Cairo. Short also has Blue Fish General Store slated to open in the coming weeks. — Isaac Smith | The Cairo Citizen

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From top to bottom:  Jeremiah Hale collects, washes and dries  eggs March 11 at his home in McClure. Hale and his grandfather, James Williams, raise a flock of four hens and two roosters, though the two hope to grow their operation by 20 birds in the not-too-distant future. Hale and his grandfather put a sign up advertising eggs for sale. Since they got the birds late last year, Hale said he has sold between five and six dozen and  has gotten to keep all the profits. — Isaac Smith | The Cairo Citizen
From top to bottom: Jeremiah Hale collects, washes and dries eggs March 11 at his home in McClure. Hale and his grandfather, James Williams, raise a flock of four hens and two roosters, though the two hope to grow their operation by 20 birds in the not-too-distant future. Hale and his grandfather put a sign up advertising eggs for sale. Since they got the birds late last year, Hale said he has sold between five and six dozen and has gotten to keep all the profits. — Isaac Smith | The Cairo Citizen

Third of four new business opens in Cairo

The third of Zach Short’s businesses opened March 8.

A Chester’s Chicken employee, middle, tells anxious customers it would only be a few moments before Chester’s Chicken would open for the first time March 8 in Cairo. Chester’s manager Melissa Palmer said business was booming the first day. She said there was a line out the door for most of business. Chester’s Chicken is the third business Zach Short of Anna has opened in Cairo.  Short also has Blue Fish General Store slated to open in the coming weeks. -- Isaac Smith | The Cairo Citizen
A Chester’s Chicken employee, middle, tells anxious customers it would only be a few moments before Chester’s Chicken would open for the first time March 8 in Cairo. Chester’s manager Melissa Palmer said business was booming the first day. She said there was a line out the door for most of business. Chester’s Chicken is the third business Zach Short of Anna has opened in Cairo. Short also has Blue Fish General Store slated to open in the coming weeks. — Isaac Smith | The Cairo Citizen