West Liberty To Get Its Doughboy Back

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/06/2013 10:09 pm
West Liberty is about to get its doughboy back.

What does that mean?

The tornado last March damaged a statue of a World War 1 soldier outside the Morgan County Courthouse.

The statue was ripped from its pedestal, and broke into several pieces.

After a search, the pieces were found.

Now Morehead artists Stephen Tirone and Eddie Horton are restoring it.

They say the work is 99% complete.
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