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Education

  • Head and Tails: Company Dog

    We ended up in 1997 – not the 21st century, but close. At least everything felt familiar. For one, our computer was back. Not the computer I was accustomed to, but a late ‘90s model. I had to dial a phone number so I could connect to the Internet. Our TV included more channels and a remote control. Also, just by turning it on, we knew all the news all around the world in just a matter of minutes.

  • Education briefs

    South Oldham High hosts college night programs

    Selecting a college is one of the most important and often most difficult decisions a high school student will make during his or senior year. The first step to selecting the right school is to learn what options are available. However, even if a student knows he or she wants to attend college in Kentucky, there are still more than 30 schools to research.

  • Heads and Tails: Lincoln's Advice

    After looking at the T-shirt, I don’t know what I was more embarrassed about – spending all my money or being the only person that didn’t realize the singer at the concert was Elvis Presley. Dad was right – there were some things money couldn’t buy – like time, happiness, common sense, or a ticket out of the doghouse.

  • How youth voted

    Brandon Naber has a quarter century before he’s eligible to run for president, but at least he has the necktie knot down.

    The Harmony fifth-grader ties a mean four-in-hand tie knot. More importantly, he won a landslide election Monday as the representative of John McCain in his school’s mock presidential election.

  • Education briefs

    Bus drivers want more pay, better conditions

    A group of Oldham County school bus drivers are unhappy about their pay and conditions on their busses. Over the last couple months, drivers have attended school board meetings to express their concerns.

  • Gray's Anatomy

    Visiting North Oldham High School’s AP biology and anatomy students was a nostalgic experience for world-renowned surgeon Dr. Laman Gray.

    “I first became interested in the medical field in my high school biology class,” he told the group. “That was some 50 years ago for me, and there are a lot more opportunities available now.”

  • Students visit Waverly Hills

    Oldham County Middle School’s gifted and talented program visited Waverly Hills Sanatorium on Sept. 15. They got the chance to tour the old haunted tuberculosis hospital, and learned more about the ghost hauntings.

    We would like to share this experience with you.

  • Education briefs

    Local student awarded pre-medical scholarship

    Caitlin Mullen, a senior at the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences, studying biology, recently earned the Kash Senior Pre-Medical Scholarship.

    Mullen is the daughter of Patricia Mullen and Daryle Mullen of La Grange. She plans to graduate from UK in May.

  • Student Voices

    Crestwood Elementary

    Fourth grade

    Teacher: Jeanie Curry

    Life without TV

    Last week I didn’t have power. I went to a park called E.P Tom Sawyer Park.

  • Liberty School eighth grade and high school graduates meet for banquet

    There are only a few high school graduates left from the old Liberty School in Goshen, and they still meet annually for dinner.

    Several years ago they decided to start including eighth-grade graduates, and then it turned into an event for any former Liberty School students, their friends and families.

    On Oct. 4, graduates from 1936 and later came to what is now Liberty Elementary to visit with old friends.