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SEVEN-YEAR-OLD Mia Williams was the winner of the Best Personality award at the 2017 Little Miss Apple Blossom pageant.

From Little Miss Apple Blossom winners!   |   10/23/17

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

SIX-YEAR-OLD Scout Mullin walked away in her red boots with the 1st Runner-Up award at the 2017 Little Miss Apple Blossom pageant.

From Little Miss Apple Blossom winners!   |   10/23/17

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

TALLULAH TOWNES, at just 3 months old, was escorted by a family member and won the Most Creative Outfit award at the 2017 Little Miss Apple Blossom pageant.

From Little Miss Apple Blossom winners!   |   10/23/17

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

WITH AN APPLE in one hand and offering a flower with the other, Kendal Ann Clark sweetened the judges and the crowd, and was chosen as Second Runner-Up at the 2017 Little Miss Apple Blossom pageant.

From Little Miss Apple Blossom winners!   |   10/23/17

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

ALL FIVE LITTLE MISS Apple Blossom finalists pose for a group photo following their wins during the pageant. From left are Scout Mullin, First Runner-Up; Emilynn Brown, Little Miss Apple Blossom; Kendal Ann Clark, Second Runner-Up; Tallulah Townes (held by a family member), Most Creative Outfit; and Best Personality winner, Mia Williams.

From Little Miss Apple Blossom winners!   |   10/23/17

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

AN ECSTATIC EMILYNN BROWN was crowned Miss Apple Blossom at the Little Miss Apple Blossom pageant during the closing night of the 2017 Apple Festival. Judges Ashleigh Arrington, left, and Savannah Rymer congratulate Emilynn on stage. The pageant was also judged by Emerald Leamon, and hosted by Apple Festival director Jill Arrington.

From Little Miss Apple Blossom winners!   |   10/23/17

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

ALL OF THE CONTESTANTS and judges met on stage together during the closing moments of the Little Miss Apple Blossom pageant on Sunday night.

From Little Miss Apple Blossom winners!   |   10/23/17

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

CLEVELAND JETPORT Manager Mark Fidler is shown walking away from a couple of Hinkle construction workers Sunday. The crew was installing lights at the end of the taxiway on the new runway extension.

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

A CONSTRUCTION worker was busy with some final grading work Sunday on the new runway extension at the Cleveland Jetport. The light in the foreground is at the end of the runway extension.

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

HINKLE CONSTRUCTION workers were busy Sunday laying threshold markings and numbers for the Cleveland Jetport's new runway extension. The 700-foot construction project is lengthening the landing/departure surface to 6,200 feet. The Jetport terminal is in the background.

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

THIS IS THE WIDE expanse and markings on the new runway extension at the Cleveland Jetport. The $2.5 million project was made possible by a grant from the Tennessee Aeronautical Commission, spearheaded by State Rep. Kevin Brooks of Cleveland.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

THE TEDDY BEAR cookie construction table was a popular attraction at the 2017 Junior Auxiliary Teddy Bear Picnic on Saturday at the Cleveland Public Library.

From Junior Auxiliary Teddy Bear Picnic   |   10/22/17

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