Like most everyone else in Cynthiana, when the news circulated that our beloved Biancke’s Restaurant was on fire, I was deeply saddened.
I was out of town and unable to see for myself what was going on. However, initial reports were that it would be a total loss.
When Thursday dawned, however, the future looked much brighter for Mary Todd and the Biancke’s crew.
By all accounts, Biancke’s front door was like a revolving door of volunteers helping to clean up a mess left by fire, smoke and water.
It could have been much worse.