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  • Kings and queens
  • Understanding the new American Dietary Guidelines

    As science advances, it is important to apply newfound knowledge to everyday life. To help spread understanding of nutrition’s role in health, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services publishes Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Released every five years, these guidelines are designed to help improve the health of the U.S. population.

  • Living Treasures Reception to feature Abraham and Mary Lincoln

    Abraham Lincoln will always be remembered as the president who freed the slaves with the Emancipation Proclamation. From his humble upbringing in Kentucky and Indiana, Lincoln became a self-taught lawyer who went on to serve as President of the United States of America during a turbulent time in history. His untimely death at Ford’s Theatre makes him all the more unforgettable and intriguing.   

  • Prospect names Elf on the Shelf contest winner

     The Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce (PACC) recently held an “Elf of the Shelf” contest. 

    The PACC Elf visited nine member businesses for a few days at each site. Customers had the opportunity to locate Elfie and leave their name and phone number for a chance to win $450 in gift cards to those businesses.  

  • Prospect names Elf on the Shelf contest winner

     The Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce (PACC) recently held an “Elf of the Shelf” contest. 

    The PACC Elf visited nine member businesses for a few days at each site. Customers had the opportunity to locate Elfie and leave their name and phone number for a chance to win $450 in gift cards to those businesses.  

  • Wetherton to compete in pageant

    Kate Wetherton, daughter of Brenden and Diane Wetherton of Crestwood, will represent Oldham County at the Kentucky Beauties State Pageant in Louisville Jan. 29-31. Wetherton is a student at East Oldham Middle School who will compete in the areas of evening gown, interview and personality wear. Other optional competitions include community service, talent, academics and casual wear modeling. Wetherton has been a straight “A”    

  • La Grange NAPA gains new account manager

     James (J.T.) Stivers has joined the NAPA Auto Parts Store of La Grange as an account manager for the Oldham and Henry County areas. J.T. is a lifelong resident of Shelby County, graduated from Shelby County High School, and earned his B.S. in Business Administration from Sullivan University. He and his wife Lorri live in Cropper with their two sons.

  • Community in Brief - Jan. 7, 2016

     Super Bowl tickets awarded

     

    The La Grange Rotary Club announced the results of its Super Mega Sports raffle offering a grand prize consisting of an all-expenses paid trip for two to the 50th Super Bowl.

  • History Center in midst of renovation

     The Oldham County Historical Society has been in existence for 56 years. In that time, the organization has acquired three buildings for its campus, turned one of them into a museum that houses countless artifacts relating to Oldham County individuals, archived a vast array of important historical deeds, court records, oral histories and genealogical information and expanded programming to include something for all ages year-round.

  • Community in Brief - Dec. 24, 2015

    Pewee Valley Cemetary receives donation