|My tailgate yesterday at Commonwealth. Banner Raised.|
Now, for the roundup:
- The Supreme Court started a new term in Washington this week, but there hasn't been a Kentuckian on the High Court for decades.
- The oldest continuously operating firehouse in Lexington is the Vogt-Reel House on Jefferson Street.
- Without a doubt, one of Lexington's loveliest neighborhoods is Bell Court.
- Cool image of kids in 1933 standing outside the State Theatre waiting for a double feature.
- My weekly Jessamine Journal column, Jessamine "Magistrates don't take I-75 Elixir."
And now for elsewhere around the Commonwealth:
A portion of the Kentucky River may be more conducive to adventure tourism if Lock No. 8 is made operable. [Herald-Leader]
Louisville cemeteries subject of preservation symposium [Courier-Journal]
Post-game handshakes banned in Kentucky? We thought so for part of the week, until things were clarified. A PR mess for KHSAA. [Huffington Post]
New historic marker honors Cherokee role in Kentucky, Treaty of Sycamore Shoals. [KyForward]
LFUCG Council to spend $250,000 on old Fayette courthouse. [Herald Leader]