This Just Happened, a weekly roundup

'Battle of the Bumpers' goes to Transy; they've the most support on license plates among the independent colleges in the Commonwealth [Press Release]

The upgrades to the Distillery District in Lexington may run $23 million according to preliminary reports. The proposed District would revitalize a "historic - but long neglected - industrial corridor where there are no sidewalks, curbs, gutters, or streelights." [Herald-Leader, Bev Fortune]

Another TV show set in Kentucky (1940s/50s era Ashland, themed on the red scare era) has been picked up by AMC. [Copious Notes/HL]

The Richmond Register will be an almost-daily, dropping Monday from its printing schedule [Richmond Register]

Coach ain't gonna put Richie in; fmr. Ag. Commish Richie Farmer indicted by federal grand jury [Herald-Leader]

The historic Roebling Bridge linking Covington to Cincinnati will be closed for a couple days this week. [RiverCityNews]

I (Peter) been picked up as a columnist for the weekly Jessamine Journal. My first column is an introduction of sorts. [Jessamine Journal]