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Local News

  • Retailer plans to retire

    At the end of the year, Dave’s will be dizzy no more.  

    After 35 years, La Grange Main Street retail staple Dizzy Dave’s East is closing its doors as owners Paul and Wendy Gasser retire.

  • Most hopeful on heels of historic election

    Oldham County’s elections have resulted in major changes across the county’s government, from the county’s small towns to federal seats in Washington D.C.  Several controversial races have put new leaders in place, while others have retained previous representatives. 

  • Alanon to meet

     

    There will be an Alanon meeting every Thursday at 8 p.m. at Shiloh United Methodist Church, 9611 W. Highway 42 in Goshen.

  • Cash Express coat drive

    Cash Express is sponsoring an annual coat and toy drive for children served by a local food bank and family resource centers. The business, located at 210 South First Street, Suite A in La Grange, will accept toys, coats, shoes (washable), clothing and non-perishable food items. Please make all donations no later than Dec. 15. 

  • The gospel in a shoebox

    It might be a yo-yo, a doll, school supplies or even a pair of flip flops. One small item has the power to forever impact the life of a child when it is packed into an Operation Christmas Child shoebox.

  • Fahy wins award

    Elizabeth Fahy of Pewee Valley, was recently honored with the Second Year Basic Science Award at Southern College of Optometry. The award recognizes an optometry student demonstrating excellent promise in his or her studies.

     

  • Crestwood City Council

     

    The City of Crestwood commission will not meet in December.

  • Board of Health

     

    The Oldham County Board of Health will convene in a regular meeting on Friday, Nov. 18, at 7:15 a.m. at the Oldham County Health Dept, 1786 Commerce Parkway in the Community Engagement Center. The public is welcome.

  • Suspected shooter captured, appears in district court

    Oldham County Police (OCPD) have arrested Norman E. Dick IV of Goshen under suspicion of shooting a firearm into at least three vehicles on Nov. 8, according to a pair of press releases.  

  • Baptist Masquerade sale

    The Baptist Health La Grange Volunteer Association will host the Masquerade Jewelry and Accessories Sale on Monday, Nov. 21 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesday, Nov. 22 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the front atrium of the hospital.