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GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- The people of Grayson County woke up to a biblical surprise the day before Christmas. 

Out on the county courthouse lawn appeared a copy of the "Ten Commandments." 

No one knows how it got there, no one's claiming responsibility, and so far no one's complaining including store owners in the square who say they don't mind the display.

"We just saw it a couple days ago and I personally have no issue with the message what so ever," said store owner Ivert Mayhugh.  "Its obviously a homemade sign and it carries a very important message for somebody but I don't know who that is."

County officials say as long as no one minds, the Commandments will stay right where they are for a little while.