Indian Head Rock to return to Kentucky





An 8-ton boulder pulled from the Ohio River will be returned to Kentucky on Thursday.

The Kentucky Heritage Council-State Historic Preservation Office says the artifact known as Indian Head Rock will be taken to Greenup County where it will be stored in a garage.

The agency says Greenup County Judge-Executive Robert Carpenter expects the rock to be stored until a permanent home is located and funds are found to help display it for the public.

The rock jutted out of the water on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River for generations and served as a navigation marker for boaters. Initials, names and a crude face had been carved into the rock over the years....


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