If you missed one, be sure to read the Kaintuckeean posts from the week:
- The historic marker for Skaggs Trace revealed a part of the Wilderness Road in Rockcastle County.
- In Clark County, the natural beauty and historical import of Lower Howard's Creek shines.
- An answer to the unguessed prior week's #ThrowbackThursday was the Oliver Perry House at Camp Nelson.
- You all knew the answer to this week's #TBT - a demolished building at an important Lexington institution. If you haven't guessed, make sure you have.
- When Camp Nelson is celebrating 150 years, one post isn't enough! My column in the Jessamine Journal for the week also focused on the only National Historic Landmark in Jessamine County.
And now, from elsewhere around the Commonwealth ...
Locals are pushing to have the old Greyhound Bus Terminal in Lexington added to the National Register. [Herald-Leader]
Covington group restoring shotguns for new artist-centric community. [RiverCityNews]
Fleming and Mason Counties may get wind power turbines from Duke Energy [Herald-Leader]
In the Battle for the Governor's Cup, the Louisville Cardinals proved victorious on the gridiron over the Kentucky Wildcats, 27-13. [Courier-Journal]
And across the river, Jeffersonville, Ind. has commenced work on getting their end of the Big Four Brige opened. [Courier-Journal]