History buffs with a sharp eye for detail have another chance to win a copy of "Survey of Historic Sites in Kentucky: Clark County."
The first round of the Clark County-Winchester Heritage Commission's scavenger hunt ends at 4:30 p.m. today, just in time for the second round to begin.
This time, the photos focus on Winchester's historic downtown district, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. Commission Chairman Harry Enoch said 114 structures were listed as contributing structures. Today, 94 of those are still standing.
The nomination documentation called downtown Winchester "one of the more remarkable collections of late 19th century commercial architecture in existence in Kentucky," Enoch said.