Daily Journal staff reports

For the past month, workers have removed and replaced wood, revamping a window on the north side of the Johnson County courthouse.

Now, the restored window that covers part of the clock and bells in the county courthouse is being installed today.

The project restored the window to its historic look.

Workers from Indiana Stained Glass took out the historical window and reframed it. Piece by piece, workers removed the historical glass to keep it intact and build new wood around it. Indiana Stained Glass was paid $13,000 for the month-long job.