City News

  • Freezing credit not surefire identity theft protection

    Recently, national media has suggested freezing your credit to proactively protect yourself against identity theft. Unless you have had your identity stolen, however, it is best to consider other methods first.

  • Community in Brief - March 3, 2016

     Spanish classes offered

    Oldham County Community Education will offer Spanish for Preschoolers beginning March 15 at 11 a.m. at the Oldham County Schools Arts Center.

  • Public Records - March 3, 2016

     La Grange Police


    Kayla L. Combs, 26 of La Grange — arrested Feb. 16 for reckless driving; failure to illuminate headlights; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs; and failure to produce insurance card


  • Clayton places in taekwondo championship

     On Feb. 6, Ty Clayton, 10, won a bronze medal at the U.S. Open Taekwondo Championship in Reno, Nev.  Through a tremendous amount of hard work, perseverance and guidance from his master instructor, Sean Ramey, Clayton was able to achieve a great milestone in his young taekwondo career.

  • Community in Brief - Feb. 25, 2016

     American Legion to meet

    The monthly meeting of the Oldham County Post #39 American Legion is held on the first Thursday of each month. The next meeting will be March 3 at 7 p.m. in the lower level of the Oldham County Post #39 American Legion building located at 2301 West Highway 146 at the Eastern end of the Oldham Fairgrounds in La Grange. Refreshments will be available. All veterans are welcome.


  • Public Records - Feb. 25, 2016

     La Grange Police


    Yesenia Guadalupe Galeas, 32 of La Grange — cited and released Feb. 9 for no operator’s license


    Emanuel J. Lawson, 23 of La Grange — arrested Feb. 10 on an Oldham County warrant of one charge


  • Oaks Assisted Living crowns Valentine’s Day King and Queen
  • KU, LG&E offer grants for planting trees

     We all know trees beautify our natural landscapes, but they’re also a vital part of our ecosystem and play a key role in energy as well.  Trees help reduce energy bills by providing summer shade, winter warmth and winter windbreaks; benefits the Commonwealth will multiply and continue to enjoy long into the future thanks to partnerships funding tree planting projects across the state in 2016.

  • KU offers winter safety advice

     KU reminds customers to take safety precautions during winter weather.

    •Have your furnace checked by a certified professional to make sure it’s in peak operating condition. Remember to check your filter each month and replace it as necessary, based on the manufacturer’s recommendations.  A dirty filter will slow air flow, making the system work harder to keep the indoor air temperature at a consistent, comfortable setting.

  • Engagement announcement: Jacobs-Reynolds

    John and Lesia Reynolds of Crestwood would like to announce the engagement of their son Landon Edward Reynolds to Brittani Nicole Jacobs of Blooomington, Ind.

    The bride-to-be’s parents are Paula Postlewait of Shepherdsville and Daniel Jacobs Jr. of New Albany, Ky.