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Today's Features

  • For 47 years, the Oldham Chamber and Economic Development has recognized one person annually for going above and beyond their commitment to the county.

    Those people are honored as Oldham Countian of the Year, and the list grew on Tuesday.

    "This year, our honoree is someone that is not in the mainstream of politics, business or chamber work," said Deana Epperly Karem, executive director of the chamber, but who has a passion for the county that is "deeply ingrained in all that he does and stands for."

  • An Oldham County resident was crowned 2011 Lindsey Wilson College homecoming king.

    Daniel Pulliam of Crestwood, was crowned king on Saturday afternoon at Blue Raider Stadium during halftime of the LWC-Kentucky Christian University football game.

    He was elected by the 2,600-student body at the liberal arts college and congratulated by Lindsey Wilson College President William T. Luckey Jr.

    Pulliam represented the LWC Student Activities Board on the homecoming court.

  • The Great Pumpkin is alive and well in Oldham County this season, despite shortages across other pumpkin-farming states.

    Pumpkin crops in many northeastern states were devastated by Hurricane Irene, which flooded fields in August. Even before that, heavy rains in the northeast delayed plantings, setting back the Halloween-timed main harvest.

    In Oldham, however, pumpkins had a good season, according to several area farmers. 

  • Despite the drizzle and chill Saturday morning, over 100 people attended the first Oldham County Hike ‘n’ Bike event on Commerce Parkway.

  • When she arrives at work each day, Susan Eubank is happy. Happy to see staff, patrons and products — none of which she could see from her old office.

  • From buffalo production to philanthropic giving, Laura Lee Brown and Steve Wilson are well-known for their work in Oldham County.
    Their extensive contributions will be recognized at the annual Oldham County Historical Society gala this year.

  • Every Kentuckian can name at least one famous Thoroughbred.

    But not many can tell you stories of the not-so-famous ones.

    Ask Kim Smith, though, and she’ll tell you about Krismas Cactus, Manchester, Finn, First and Gold ... And Lucky.

    She’ll definitely tell you about Lucky.

  • Fourteen years ago, Suzette Decker organized a neighborhood garage sale that included 30 friends and neighbors. Since then, Decker has found a few more people to join in — about 1,000 of them.
    Decker’s KidStuff Sale consignment events draw that many vendors to its events, with a spring and fall event each in Buckner, Louisville and Southern Indiana.

  • St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church will welcome a guest speaker on Sunday who spent three years interviewing leaders across the country about their relationships and success.

  • Metro United Way announced Sept. 5 it has approved seed funding for Oldham County’s Hope Health Clinic.
    The clinic is scheduled to open in September and provide access to quality, affordable health care to the uninsured in Carroll, Henry, Oldham and Trimble counties.