Jessamine County

May 29, 2014 2:19 PM

Clock atop Jessamine courthouse keeps ticking, but occasionally needs a tune up after 135 years

NICHOLASVILLE — Time just keeps marching on; but even the finest clock needs some adjustment after 135 years of time keeping. So officials called in Danny Clark earlier this week to figure out why the north face of the venerable 1879 Seth Thomas tower clock, high atop the Jessamine County Courthouse, has been running a bit slow of late. Just getting to this clock's works is no small matter.

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