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Bound in black and white, a century of local history

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By Meaghan Downs

To understand Lawrenceburg’s future, start with the Kentucky River.
Bill Bryant, Anderson County native and co-author of the pictorial history volume “Lawrenceburg,” opened to the first page of “Lawrenceburg” and a black and white photo of the river.
Technically, it’s a rejuvenated spring that fell 300-400 feet from its original location, he says.
The river is the same water source for the former Cedar Brook Distillery, which operated a water pipeline to the former Cedar Brook pump station.


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