Steve Ewalt stands in front of his jewelry store on Main Street in Cynthiana. Part-time employee Rejeana Craft and others designed the window display, which includes a moving zombie.
Steve Ewalt stands in front of his jewelry store on Main Street in Cynthiana. Part-time employee Rejeana Craft and others designed the window display, which includes a moving zombie. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Steve Ewalt stands in front of his jewelry store on Main Street in Cynthiana. Part-time employee Rejeana Craft and others designed the window display, which includes a moving zombie. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

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August 04, 2016 11:40 AM

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