NEW ALBANY — New Albany High School students worked on the ceramic assemblage titled "New Albany 64 Sculpture" at the corner of Spring Street and the Interstate 64 westbound on-ramp in New Albany on Friday afternoon. The public sculpture was designed by New Albany art teacher Trish Korti, and about 100 students contributed to making the individual ceramic pieces that are based on local industry. See realted photos.
A goat looks through the fence at Ray Lawrence Park, where they are currently used to maintain the grass along the steep basin slopes that mowers can't maneuver. The Clarksville Town Council are looking to widen the existing detention basin and reduce the steepness of the slopes to allow mowing and to increase the amount of water moved through the basin.
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