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  • Support Group Instills HOPE in Others

    When Vicki Phillips faced two separate cancer diagnoses, her husband was by her side each time to help her through what she referred to as “some very dark days.”

    “There are days when you can’t see past it,”  Phillips said. “I found it encouraging to see people who had made it past those dark days.”

  • News Briefs for 10-3 through 10-10

    Ag Tag Nets $900

    In February, Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer asked farmers across the Commonwealth to step-up and make the “Ag Tag” donation.

    For the second time, the proceeds from voluntary donations to the Agricultural Program Trust fund would be divided equally among 4-H, FFA and Kentucky Proud. Farmers had the option to donate $10 when they renewed their license plates in March.

  • Community Briefs

    Cornhole Tourney

    The LaGrange Railroad and Bluegrass Festival is pleased to announce the newest addition to the activities schedule on October 12th, ” The Club Car Invitational.”

  • Public Records

    KSP Arrests                          Week of Sept. 23-29

    9/24 – Richard W. Johnson, 35, La Grange – Rape 1st, Incest 1st, Sodomy, Sexual Abuse 1st
    9/24 – Virginia S. Oleary, 53, Louisville – Promoting Contraband 1st, two counts

    Oldham County Property Transfers Week of Sept. 23-27

  • OCS Scores Well on State Tests

    Recently realeased data shows the majority of Oldham County Schools have once again scored well above the average on state testing.

    The district as a whole scored in the 96th percentile, ranking as distinguished, the top ranking the state gives.  District superintendent Will Wells said he was proud of the overall work of the county.

  • Doctor Sees Different Kind of Problem in OC

    Dr. Charity Whitehill said she thinks this county is facing a serious crisis. Not a health crisis, government conspiracy or a impending terror strike, but a communication crisis.

    Whitehill recently opened a new business in La Grange called Dr. Charity Communications that specializes in helping people understand communication better.

    She said many problems today, such as suicide and divorce could be solved if people understood their emotions and could express them well. Cases of domestic violence especially upset her.

  • Shelter Waives Some Adoption Fees for the Month

    Many of the dogs and cats at the Oldham County animal shelter are just neglected or abandoned pets looking for a new home. Animal Control Officer Barbara Rosenman is doing her best to find them the homes they deserve.

  • Teacher charged with DUI

     

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    A Locust Grove Elementary teacher has been arrested by Oldham County Police on charges of drunken driving.

  • Lawsuit with Former Mayor Settled

     

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    The City of La Grange settled its lawsuit against former mayor Elsie Carter almost three years after she left office.

  • Goshen Teen Awarded for Service After Struggles

    The chances of Kinsey Morrison making it to 17-years-old were 0.00047 percent.

    Odds so miniscule, doctors had told her parents, Karen and Audrey Morrison, to call in hospice and tell their oldest daughter goodbye at 6 years old.  

    Kinsey Morrison should not be here.

    Yet here she is, an energetic Goshen resident who is a senior at St. Francis, a private school with campuses in Oldham County and Louisville.