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  • Public Records Nov. 28

    La Grange Police Arrests

     

    Nov. 19  Troy L. Johnson Jr., 18  of Louisville, was cited and released for unauthorized use of vehicle, 1st offense.

     

    Nov. 19  Lindsey J. Curry, 28  of Louisville, was cited and released for operating on suspended or revoked operators license.

     

    Nov. 22. Barry A Yount, 52,  of Shelbyville, was cited and released on for operating on suspended or revoked license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance.  2nd offense.

     

  • Dentist earns nickname the hot way, breaks Guinness world record

    What started as an item on his bucket list turned into a world record for Crestwood resident Jason McNabb.

    “When I was a kid, I used to read about Guinness World Records in the Scholastic Reader magazine at school,” McNabb said. “I was always amazed at the feats people accomplished.

    “There’s a fine line between amazing and crazy, I guess.”

  • Crash disrupts traffic in Crestwood

    A tractor trailer crashed into a telephone pole at the intersection of Highway 22 and Highway 329, causing traffic delays around Crestwood.

    The truck, diverted from Interstate 71 due to accidents there, broke a telephone pole in two places. The driver, who was enroute from Pennsylvania to Louisville, turned off of Highway 22 right onto Highway 329 when he struck the pole in front of Dairy Queen. 

    There were no major power problems as a result of the accident and the driver suffered no injuries. 

  • Plan to attend Light Up La Grange

    The 27th annual Light Up La Grange celebration is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 6 in downtown La Grange from 5:30-9 p.m.

  • Habitat builds on dreams

    The dream of homeownership is an elusive one for many, but through the efforts of Habitat for Humanity it’s a dream that’s come true for one family in Oldham County this year.

  • Local couple brightens town

    It’s the time of year when the twinkle in Michael Glover’s eye shines a little brighter.

    Glover and his wife, Vonnie, are the creative force behind the 340,000 lights on display for Light Up La Grange. They work together 10 months out of the year to create 29 lit areas and 15 different displays that are set to music for the community to enjoy on the Oldham County Court House lawn.

    “It’s not for the glory, it’s not for the trophy, it’s to bring joy to the people,” Michael said.

  • Prospect 'stars' dance for charity

    Glitz and glamour. Sequins and sprains. It’s not your typical fundraiser.

    Six locals will offer up their best dance moves to compete in the first-ever Dancing with the Prospect Stars on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014 at the Mellwood Arts Center in Louisville.  The event will raise funds for six area charities and the Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce.

  • Prospect 'stars' dance for charity

    Glitz and glamour. Sequins and sprains. It’s not your typical fundraiser.

    Six locals will offer up their best dance moves to compete in the first-ever Dancing with the Prospect Stars on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014 at the Mellwood Arts Center in Louisville.  The event will raise funds for six area charities and the Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce.

  • Fashionable new idea

    A food truck might fill you up, but a visit from Sandi West’s fashion truck will make you fabulous.

    West recently premiered Sandi’s Styles: Fashion Boutique on Wheels. The mobile boutique features clothing and accessories for all ages and sizes and nothing is priced more than $50.

    “Everybody wants to look nice, no matter what size they are or how much money they have to spend,” West said. “I wanted to have something for everybody.”

  • Federal program helps OCPD with equipment

    A federal program through the Homeland Security Department is helping the Oldham County Police Department prepare for any potential crisis.

    The program, called the Defense Logistics Agency, allows old or no longer used federal equipment to funnel down to local law enforcement agencies for emergency management.

    So far, OCPD has acquired a wealth of useful equipment from the program, Police Chief Greg Smith said, including an all-terrain vehicle, three Humvees, radios, weapons and cold weather and water gear.