JEFFERSONVILLE — Construction continues at the entrance of the Clark Memorial Bridge as workers lowered one of the two eagles that rest on the top of the limestone pylons Tuesday. The eagle sculptures, along with the rest of the limestone on the bridge entrance, will be relocated as the entrance is widened. See related photo.
Ron Banet, Greenville, of MAC Construction & Excavating, uses an excavator to remove portions of the sidewalk and curb along East Main Street in New Albany in this March 2014 file photo.
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