This Just Happened, a weekly roundup (Elmer T. Lee edition)

Bourbon aficionados said goodbye to Elmer T. Lee who passed away on Tuesday, July 16. Lee rose through the ranks at the Stagg Distillery (now Buffalo Trace) in Frankfort. He turned the bourbon world upside down when he introduced the very first single barrel bourbon, Blanton's. It was my first taste of Blanton's that made me love bourbon. On Tuesday night, I poured myself a Blanton's for myself and one for Elmer, pouring his libation out beneath the stars.

Kentucky.com has put together a timeline for Centrepointe. Something must be in the works. [Herald-Leader]

Moving to Victorian Square was a good move for the Lexington Visitor's Center. [KyForward]

A road project in Boyd County will result in the relocation of the Colvin Calvin Cemetery in Cannonsburg. [Ashland Independent]

Ahead of tonight's planning commission meeting, the Blue Grass Trust took a position in favor of proposed H1 zoning overlay in Nicholasville. [Jessamine Journal]

Tates Creek road is getting some sidewalks. But you already guessed that if you saw all the trees being cut down/back. [Herald-Leader]

An Eagle Scout's mission is to give a facelift to the Clark County Courthouse Square. [Winchester Sun]

Built in 1929, the old Deming High School burned Thursday morning in Robertson County. [WKYT]

An update with no update on the proposed Lexington to Versailles dinner train. [Herald-Leader]
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