A postcard at the Archives showing the original 1904 Logan County Court House before the 1907 renovations to save the building were completed.

Logan Fiscal Court recently awarded Dixie Restoration, a Kentucky-based full-restoration company, the bid for work needed at the historic courthouse. The necessary work is a result of last winter’s deep freeze.

Judge-Executive Phil Baker explained, “During the cold snap in December, a waterline froze and burst in the historic courthouse. During the following weeks, while repairs were being done, we discovered water entering the building because of the shift in the wall.”

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