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  • South Oldham Lions Club to host Eighth Annual Crestwood Festival

    The South Oldham Lions Club is hosting a fundraising event that will have activities for the entire family on June 27.
    This year’s Crestwood Festival will have a car show, kids activities, live entertainment, arts and crafts and food vendors.
    Chairman of the project, Koss Kinser says that they expect up to 4,000 people to come out.
    Children will have the opportunity to play on the bouncies and get their faces painted at the Crestwood Festival.
    The South Oldham Lions Club will host the Second Annual Wash and Shine Car Show this year.

  • Garden Tour this weekend

    The Crestwood Civic Club will host its Annual Garden Tour, Luncheon and Plant Sale on Saturday, June 20.  This year’s event features two privately owned gardens, and tour guests and gardeners alike will delight in the landscaping appeal and plantings.  One of the gardens is located in the Prospect area of Oldham County and the other garden is located in eastern Jefferson County, just minutes from Oldham County.  

  • Howard recognized nationally

    Jill Howard, of Buckner, has been named a member of the National Council for the Tiffany Circle Society of Women Leaders.  
    The Tiffany Circle is a society of women leaders and philanthropists from across the country that commits a minimum of $10,000 a year to support the work of the Red Cross.  

  • Ownership change at long-standing La Grange business
  • Class of 2015

    All photos of Buckner Alternative High School, NOHS, OCHS and SOHS by Taylor Riley, Elliott Pratt, Amanda Manning, Peter Campbell, Bobbi Nelson

  • Not exactly a morning person

    I have always said that I am neither a morning person nor a night person, but rather I am more of a 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. person.  I hear people talk about their early morning routines, but I don’t fully understand either of those words.  Early? Routine?  

  • Goshen holds first reading of new budget after many concerns

    After three controversial meetings over the 2016 budget, the City of Goshen held its first reading of the budget on Monday.
    The process of proposing the budget began on May 12 with a workshop meeting that the commissioners used as a time to hash out their issues with last year’s budget.
     It was proposed that the property taxes would go from a ten percent discount to two percent if paid on or before August 1, 2015.  

  • A Night of a Thousand Stars
  • Missing dog signs ordered to be taken down, Voegele explains

    By: Amanda Manning

  • The natural approach

    Doctors and research councils tell Americans every day that eating right and exercising are the keys to a happy and healthy life, but some professionals are certain that a healthy lifestyle can help cancer patients, as well as prevent cancer from being diagnosed in the first place.
    One La Grange woman says a changed, healthier lifestyle helped her push through her cancer diagnosis and later her remission.
    When Judy Edwards, at 52, was diagnosed with uterine cancer in 2012, she wasn’t given many options for her terrifying journey.