Lockington celebrates Shelby County bicentennial


Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, left to right, watches as Shelby County Commissioner Bob Guillozet presents Lockington Mayor Tracy Johnson in the Lockington Fire Department during Lockington's celebration of Shelby County's bicentennial on Sunday, Sept. 29.

Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, left to right, watches as Shelby County Commissioner Bob Guillozet presents Lockington Mayor Tracy Johnson in the Lockington Fire Department during Lockington's celebration of Shelby County's bicentennial on Sunday, Sept. 29.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lockington Mayor Tracy Johnson, left, talks about how archivist Brent Adams, right, of Franklin, has been organizing Lockington historical legal manuscripts inside Lockington Village Hall. Among the manuscripts are ones that talk about how the village dealt with prostitutes, drinkers and gamblers during prohibition. The village was able to hire the archivist with money from a grant. Visitors could see some of the documents on display in the Village Hall during Lockington’s celebration of Shelby County’s bicentennial on Sunday, Sept. 29.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lockington Mayor Tracy Johnson, left, talks about how archivist Brent Adams, right, of Franklin, has been organizing Lockington historical legal manuscripts inside Lockington Village Hall. Among the manuscripts are ones that talk about how the village dealt with prostitutes, drinkers and gamblers during prohibition. The village was able to hire the archivist with money from a grant. Visitors could see some of the documents on display in the Village Hall during Lockington’s celebration of Shelby County’s bicentennial on Sunday, Sept. 29.

Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, left to right, watches as Shelby County Commissioner Bob Guillozet presents Lockington Mayor Tracy Johnson in the Lockington Fire Department during Lockington’s celebration of Shelby County’s bicentennial on Sunday, Sept. 29.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_DSC_3174.jpgSidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, left to right, watches as Shelby County Commissioner Bob Guillozet presents Lockington Mayor Tracy Johnson in the Lockington Fire Department during Lockington’s celebration of Shelby County’s bicentennial on Sunday, Sept. 29. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lockington Mayor Tracy Johnson, left, talks about how archivist Brent Adams, right, of Franklin, has been organizing Lockington historical legal manuscripts inside Lockington Village Hall. Among the manuscripts are ones that talk about how the village dealt with prostitutes, drinkers and gamblers during prohibition. The village was able to hire the archivist with money from a grant. Visitors could see some of the documents on display in the Village Hall during Lockington’s celebration of Shelby County’s bicentennial on Sunday, Sept. 29.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/09/web1_SDN100119Lockington.jpgLockington Mayor Tracy Johnson, left, talks about how archivist Brent Adams, right, of Franklin, has been organizing Lockington historical legal manuscripts inside Lockington Village Hall. Among the manuscripts are ones that talk about how the village dealt with prostitutes, drinkers and gamblers during prohibition. The village was able to hire the archivist with money from a grant. Visitors could see some of the documents on display in the Village Hall during Lockington’s celebration of Shelby County’s bicentennial on Sunday, Sept. 29. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News