RADCLIFF, Ky. (AP) -- When Kate Bateman received a call late last fall from Radcliff business owner Terry Shortt, she was told he had a "little" project he wanted to discuss with her.
This spring, that "little" project began taking shape, with help from North Hardin High School art students, as a mural on a wall of the Asian Buffet in Radcliff welcoming those traveling from Fort Knox on Wilson Road.
The group began painting in May.
Each letter of the mural spelling "Radcliff" is approximately 5 feet high and 4 1/2 feet wide and represents a decade beginning in the 1940s.
The whole mural reads, "The city of Radcliff welcomes you!"