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Births announced this week are: Eli Joseph Hargett, April 12, son of Robert and Teresa Hargett; Audrey Nichole Reed, April 17, daughter of John and Tabatha Reed.
Matt Stone Kentucky, Inc., which manufactures concrete stepping stones and veneer stone products, will be moving their operations to Cynthiana. Thirty-two acres have been purchased on New Lair Road near Bullard for the new facility. Customers of Matt Stone include Walmart, Home Depot and Lowes.
J & B Flowers now open. Located on Hwy. 19 just off US 62 East (past Claysville).
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