The Prizing House in Cynthiana, a restored tobacco warehouse now used for social gatherings, had part of its roof blown off in the weekend storms. "We're going to do an assessment ... and see what we might be able to do to help them get repairs started," Mayor Steve Moses said.
The Prizing House in Cynthiana, a restored tobacco warehouse now used for social gatherings, had part of its roof blown off in the weekend storms. "We're going to do an assessment ... and see what we might be able to do to help them get repairs started," Mayor Steve Moses said. Herald-Leader
The Prizing House in Cynthiana, a restored tobacco warehouse now used for social gatherings, had part of its roof blown off in the weekend storms. "We're going to do an assessment ... and see what we might be able to do to help them get repairs started," Mayor Steve Moses said. Herald-Leader

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