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KAS teams up with Bridging Kentucky

Corn Island Archaeology and the Kentucky Archaeological Survey (KAS) from Western Kentucky University have teamed up to evaluate an archaeological site in southern Kentucky. This site is located in the project area of a proposed bridge reconstruction project in the statewide Bridging Kentucky Project. Materials from various cultural periods are being revealed at this site.

Here Today: Diggin’ On Beecher Terrace

Recently, we were visited by WFPL’s Laura Ellis to record a podcast on our ongoing investigations of Beecher Terrance. We discussed the history of the area, our process during the excavations, and much more. Thank you so much for coming out! Listen to the full podcast on Here Today: Diggin’ on Beecher Terrace *Photos by […]

Bridging Kentucky

We’ve been to some very interesting places all across the state thanks to the Bridging Kentucky! Started by the Kentucky Transportation Department, this initiative aims to rehabilitate, repair, or replace more than 1,000 bridges across the state. We’ve been doing our part as one of the teams assessing many of these structures. The following are a few that we’ve reviewed recently in District 5.