The flood waters are gone, but the clean-up process continues for some.
“We’ve been without electricity for over a week,” Recreation Department Director Rick Chasteen said.
The baseball season was put on hold after heavy rains pushed the South Fork Licking River to crest at 21.92 feet on May 4 - almost two feet above flood level.
Thirty-four inches of water stood in the concession stand at River Road Park, Chasteen said.
For more on this story, see this week's Cynthiana Democrat.