Pewee Valley’s town hall restoration was completed Friday, Sept. 16, when the building’s original cupola was placed back over its historic bell. The bell, which still rings before every meeting, first called the town council together in August of 1897.
It only took 14 seconds for South Oldham football to take control in the annual rivalry game against Oldham County. Dragon kick returner JT Benson fielded the opening kickoff on the 9-yard line and charged up the middle of the field. The freshman, relatively untouched, broke free near midfield and ran down the sideline for an 89-yard kick return touchdown.
• Community movie night, doors open 6:30 p.m., movie begins 7 p.m., St. James Episcopal, 401 La Grange Road, Pewee Valley. Free movie, lemonade and popcorn. All ages welcome. Movie will be “Alvin and the Chipmunks.”
Some years ago a tailor phoned to tell me a man had bought me a suit as a gift. When I went to get measured and to select the cloth, the tailor said, “The man wants you to have the best,” and he showed me his most expensive cloth.
Robert Porter Stoess, 18 of Fairdale, has earned the highest advancement award the Boy Scouts of America offers to Scouts, the Eagle Scout Award. Stoess was recognized in ceremonies in July at St. Rita Church, Casper Center.
Oldham County Community Scholarships, a local non-profit organization that provides scholarships to graduating high school seniors that reside in Oldham County, is participating in the annual Give Local Louisville event on Thursday, Sept. 15.