John Cheves, Lexington Herald-Leader
Last week a paper copy of the Ten Commandments once again found its way to a place of prominence: the front door of the Shelby County Courthouse.
The 8-by-11-inch copy was taped to the inside of the door, next to the sign banning food and drink.
Circuit Court Clerk Lowry Miller, who took down a framed copy of the document after Shelby County resident Linda Allewalt took issue with it being posted in the driver’s license office, said he had seen the copy on the front door of the courthouse but didn’t know who put it there.
“I’ve been on vacation, so I don’t know how long it was there,” he said.
A reporter snapped a pho