Saturday, May 21, 2022

A local artist showcases Maysville’s history with her vibrant mural design

MAYSVILLE — Murals are fun to look at and they beautify building walls that used to go unnoticed. They can also attract new businesses into an area and boost the economy. Maybe the most beneficial aspect of murals being displayed in public spaces is that they provide the opportunity to tell the community’s story through colorful pictures.

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With honor and respect

A ceremony honoring fallen officers Danny Hay and Anson Blake Tribby was held recently at the Cox Building in downtown Maysville for National Polic Wee. The Maysville Police Department honor guard conducted a wreath presentation.

Shelter Dog of the Week

MAYSVILLE—Sadie, our featured MCAS dog this week, will capture your heart and never let go.

A splash of color

These azaleas paint the spring time landscape with their eye-catching pink blooms.

Giving into temptation to run the Spanish Steps

EDITOR’S NOTE: Marjorie Appelman is off this week so we are offering an encore of a previous column.

Pleasant views at Pleasant View

This horse and buggy were parked at Pleasant View Furniture on U.S. 68 for an Amish bake sale last Saturday, where delicious donuts, pies, breads and cookies were available.

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