A mural  depicting the tobacco  harvest has been in the rotunda of the  Bourbon County  Courthouse in Paris for more than 100 years.
A mural depicting the tobacco harvest has been in the rotunda of the Bourbon County Courthouse in Paris for more than 100 years. Herald-Leader
A mural depicting the tobacco harvest has been in the rotunda of the Bourbon County Courthouse in Paris for more than 100 years. Herald-Leader

Bourbon County's tobacco heritage thwarts proponents of smoking ban

May 25, 2014 09:01 PM

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