A Roundup of News to Start 2014

Local beer runs are easier with 14 breweries opening in Kentucky since 2011. [Courier Journal]

My parents relocation from Kentucky to North Carolina must have helped the Tarheel State jump to become the ninth most populous state. Kentucky is still #26 but there are more than 4.4 million Kentuckians for the first time ever! [WKYT]

A spectacular roundup on Northern Kentucky's 13 biggest historic preservation stories of 2014. [River City News]

Even sinkholes don't last forever. They are patching the sinkhole at Bowling Green's Corvette Museum. [WDRB]

Lexington and Kentucky: 2014 reviewed from the media perspective [Herald Leader]

And then the Governor shouts out the accolades for Kentucky in 2014 [Presser]

In case you haven't noticed, I ❤ historic preservation! So I just love reading a well-written piece on good historic preservation being sustainable, economical, and flexible. A lot of the focus of this effort is coming to Louisville! [Preservation Leadership Forum]

Across the river in Indiana, a circa 1864 bell that survived a 2009 county courthouse fire was rededicated on the courthouse lawn in Madison. [Herald-Leader]

Anyone interested in a weekly roundup of Kentucky and history and preservation news? Let me know if you'd like me to continue this kind of post!