Work progressing on courthouse fountain


Workers are pictured pouring more than 15 yards of concrete Monday afternoon as construction continued on the Bagshaw family-sponsored fountain being built on the Highland County Courthouse square in Hillsboro. Bagshaw Operations Manager Mel Mckenzie told The Times-Gazette he hoped that, weather permitting, the newest gem of the city could be unveiled by Memorial Day weekend.

Workers are pictured pouring more than 15 yards of concrete Monday afternoon as construction continued on the Bagshaw family-sponsored fountain being built on the Highland County Courthouse square in Hillsboro. Bagshaw Operations Manager Mel Mckenzie told The Times-Gazette he hoped that, weather permitting, the newest gem of the city could be unveiled by Memorial Day weekend.


Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

Workers are pictured pouring more than 15 yards of concrete Monday afternoon as construction continued on the Bagshaw family-sponsored fountain being built on the Highland County Courthouse square in Hillsboro. Bagshaw Operations Manager Mel Mckenzie told The Times-Gazette he hoped that, weather permitting, the newest gem of the city could be unveiled by Memorial Day weekend.

Workers are pictured pouring more than 15 yards of concrete Monday afternoon as construction continued on the Bagshaw family-sponsored fountain being built on the Highland County Courthouse square in Hillsboro. Bagshaw Operations Manager Mel Mckenzie told The Times-Gazette he hoped that, weather permitting, the newest gem of the city could be unveiled by Memorial Day weekend.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/04/web1_Fountain-progress.jpgWorkers are pictured pouring more than 15 yards of concrete Monday afternoon as construction continued on the Bagshaw family-sponsored fountain being built on the Highland County Courthouse square in Hillsboro. Bagshaw Operations Manager Mel Mckenzie told The Times-Gazette he hoped that, weather permitting, the newest gem of the city could be unveiled by Memorial Day weekend. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette