This Just Happened, a weekly roundup

Main Street in West Liberty, pre-tornado
Rebuilding West Liberty's effort to rebuild the community into a sustainable model for the 21st century is participating in the Clinton Global Initiative America. [Recovering Politician]

Another public art series in Lexington - The Bourbon Barrel Project on Town Branch - is getting ready to begin! Roll out the barrels! [Facebook]

Covington's Madison Ave. Christian Church unveils stained glass windows as part of its centennial celebration [RiverCityNews]

Litigation between Victorian Square and Desha's makes one wonder if there will be a Desha's in 2014? [Herald Leader]

The day after part of I-5 collapsed in Washington, 100 bridges in the northern Kentucky/Cincinnati region were determined to be either "structurally deficient" or "functionally obsolete." Some of these bridges are undoubtedly historic in nature and ought to be rehabilitated or moved for incorporation into lower-stress mixed-use trail settings. [LEX18]

The reinvention of Disco Kroger takes another step. [AceWeekly]

Ground broken on Oldham County Memorial Park [Courier Journal]

A new five-mile trail opened at Clermont's Bernheim Arboretum [KyForward]