A crane lifts a new 3.400-pound, copper-covered clock tower onto the Old Morgan County Courthouse Wednesday October 9, 2013, in West Liberty. The tower, designed to resemble the one damaged by the March 2, 2012 tornado, was built in Campbellsville.  Photo by John Flavell
A crane lifts a new 3.400-pound, copper-covered clock tower onto the Old Morgan County Courthouse Wednesday October 9, 2013, in West Liberty. The tower, designed to resemble the one damaged by the March 2, 2012 tornado, was built in Campbellsville. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader
A crane lifts a new 3.400-pound, copper-covered clock tower onto the Old Morgan County Courthouse Wednesday October 9, 2013, in West Liberty. The tower, designed to resemble the one damaged by the March 2, 2012 tornado, was built in Campbellsville. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader

Massive new clock replaces one taken out in historic Kentucky tornado

October 09, 2013 3:28 PM

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