Local News

  • Bowl For Kids’ Sake fundraising event is Saturday and Sunday

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oldham County will host Bowl For Kids’ Sake Saturday and Sunday at Rose Bowl North. 

    Lanes are still available. For information,  call Kim Pitchford at 222-7473.

  • Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve hosts Pet Day Saturday in Goshen

    Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve will host a Pet Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

    During the event, the preserve’s new pet fountain will be unveiled and the Humane Society of Oldham County will have animals available for adoption. The event also includes refreshments, crafts for kids and gifts for pets and pet  owners.

    The event is free and pet-friendly for pets on leashes.

    Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve is located at 12501 Harmony Landing Road in Goshen. For information, call 228-4362 or visit CreaseyMahanNaturePreserve.org.

  • Dickinson named to dean’s list at VMI

    Matthew T. Dickinson of Prospect was named to the dean’s list at Virginia Military Institute for the fall semester.

    Dickinson, a sophomore at VMI, is studying mechanical engineering.

    He is the son of Janine M. Diaz and Dean K. Dickinson.

    To be named to the dean’s list, students must earn a 3.0 grade-point average.

  • ‘Animal attraction’ show attracts local artists

    Local artwork is going to the dogs – and cats, and other animals.

    The Arts Association of Oldham County’s upcoming “Animal Attraction” show will display works by local artists that feature animals and pets.

    The artwork includes a variety of mediums such as oil, acrylic and watercolor painting, sculpture and photography and will be displayed at Gallery 104 in downtown La Grange.

  • U.S. Census questionnaires are being mailed to residents

    Census questionnaires are being mailed to more than 120 million households across the country.

    The 10-question form is the shortest decennial census since the country’s first, commissioned by the U.S. Government in 1790.

    For every 1 percent who mail in their forms, taxpayers save between $80 and $90 million – the cost of sending census takers door-to-door to collect information needed for a complete and accurate count of the nation.

    For information about the Census visit2010census.gov.

  • Kids Kloset Spring Consignment Sale is Friday and Saturday

    Kid’s Kloset Spring Consignment Sale takes place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at St. John United Methodist Church in Prospect.

    More than 130 sellers will be consigning brand name and boutique spring and summer clothes, including clothes for boys and girls sizes infant to 18 and older.

    The sale features clothes for juniors, young men, maternity wear, prom, Easter, nursery items, books, kid’s furniture, toys, bikes and  strollers.

    Cash and credit cards are accepted.

  • Oldham County Singers will perform concert at Arts Center

    The Oldham County Singers are performing a concert called “The Oldham County Singers in Sacred Song.” at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Oldham County Schools Arts Center.


    The music will be accompanied by a sign language interpreter.

  • Rambo-Bean

    Donald and Marcie Bean of La Grange announce the engagement of their son, Shaun Lee Bean to Allyson Nicole Rambo, daughter of Kip and Beth Rambo of Elizabethtown.

    The bride-elect is a 2006 graduate of Central Hardin High School. This spring she will complete her studies at the University of Kentucky, earning a bachelor’s degree in international studies with a minor in French.

  • Rock band will play children’s music at La Grange business

    Rock Rhythm and Rhyme, a Louisville-based rock band that specializes in children’s music and entertainment is performing at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at The Treasured Child in La Grange.

    The performance is free and open to the public.

    For information about Rock Rhythm and Rhyme, visit rockrhythmandrhyme.com.

  • La Grange student worked with Habitat during spring break

    Abigail Greenwell of La Grange, a sophomore at Western Kentucky University, spent her spring break working with Habitat for Humanity.

    Greenwell led a group in Waynesburg, Pa. She is one of about 30 students and faculty from WKU’s Habitat for Humanity chapter who volunteered with Habitat in several cities March 8-12.

    The WKU volunteers helped a family in need of a simple, decent and affordable home as part of Collegiate Challenge, Habitat for Humanity’s year-round alternative break program.