Cynthiana’s history comes alive this weekend.
Over a year ago, one Eastside Elementary fifth grader (now a sixth grader) made a big discovery of some big mistakes.
Joe Moss was working on a project for Jeff Kinney’s fifth grade history club, when he noticed that some historical markers in the county weren’t completely accurate.
After taking photographs of the markers on US 27 North and South, Joe noticed that the two markers had conflicting dates for the first Battle of Cynthiana, which occurred on July 17, 1862.
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