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  • Robbery suspect in court again, case pending on court documents

    A La Grange man, who was arrested in August for a string of bank robberies, was back in court last week and—as it turns out—he is a wanted man in several counties.
    William Gary Grubbs Jr., 36, was indicted in August by an Oldham County grand jury on two counts of robbery in the first degree, related to robberies at Farmers Bank of Milton on Highway 53 on April 23 and June 1.
    Grubbs was arrested June 25 in Kenton County. Louisville Metro Police charged him with robbery first degree for a bank robbery in Jefferson County.

  • In memory of the Fallen

    Forty-two U.S. flags will fly high in La Grange from Memorial Day through Veterans Day and each of them memorialize the memory of an Oldham County veteran who made the ultimate sacrifice for his country.
    The American Legion Post 39 is responsible for placing the flags for each of the servicemen that gave his life in service beginning in WWI to the present. The event has continued since the early 1990s.

  • Norton Commons Art Show draws vendors, collectors in Prospect

    From Norton Commons

  • State now offering local farm-to-school mini-grants

    The Kentucky Department of Agriculture sends the following notice

    The National Farm to School Network is accepting applications from eligible schools or school districts in Kentucky for $5,000 mini-grants to help jump start new farm-to-school activities or ramp up existing programs.
    “I encourage Kentucky schools to apply for these mini-grants to enable their students to grow up healthy and eat more local Kentucky Proud food,” Agriculture Commissioner James Comer said.

  • Big Boys Bash draws motorcycle enthusiasts to BBQ

    Bourbon, Beer, BBQ, Blues and Bikes drew a small crowd to the Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce’s first ever Big Boys Bash on Tuesday, May 12. The event was held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Karem’s Grill & Pub on Norton Commons Blvd in Prospect.

  • 'Heart of a Thoroghbred' on display at Gallery 104

    From the Arts Association of Oldham County

    The Arts Association of Oldham County presents: From the Field to the Finish Line: The Heart of a Thoroughbred,  the work of photographer, Dr. Michael Huang at Gallery 104, La Grange through June 19.
    Equine photography work of Lexington physician and sports photographer Michael Huang, M.D., is being featured in an exhibit at the Gallery 104 on Main Street in La Grange. 

  • Grin and Bear It

    On Saturday, May 16, Luther Lucket Correctional Complex in La Grange hosted its annual Grin and Bear It 5K Run/Walk.
    Proceeds went to benefit the institution’s unique Bears Behind Bars program in which inmates make teddy bears that are given at no cost to local and state first responders.
    They in turn give the bears to children affected by crises such as house fires, automobile accidents, and domestic violence situations.
    Thus far the program has been very successful and the bears have proven to be a great comfort to children in their time of need.

  • Public Records: May 14, 2015

     

    La Grange Police Arrests

    May 10 -- Ashlee E. Primeau-Pieniazek, 20, of La Grange, was arrested on bench warrants for disregarding traffic regulation, 1st offense, drug paraphernalia, possession, possession of a controlled substance 3rd degree.

    May 10 -- Michael R. Satterly, 49, of La Grange, was arrested for indecent exposure 1st degree, 1st offense, alcoholic intoxication in public place 1st and 2nd offense, disorderly conduct 2nd degree.

  • Traffic Almanac

    The Kentucky Department of Transportation has issued a road repair and construction schedule for the week.

    Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.

  • Aggressive wildlife warning

    The city of Pewee Valley has sent out a warning to “residents, runners and walkers that frequent the area,” cautioning them against approaching an aggressive hawk that has taken up residency in the Mt. Mercy Place area. The following is from their press release:

    “There is a hawk nesting in the immediate area. There have been incidences of the hawk acting aggressively toward people in the area. The hawk is a federally protected species and cannot be relocated, harassed, or harmed in any way.