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Local News

  • Case of men charged with La Grange murder goes to grand jury

     A district court judge ruled that probable cause exists in the case of two men charged with the death of a La Grange man and referred the case to an Oldham County grand jury. 

  • 22-year-old woman shot; boyfriend charged

    A Friday night shooting on Bluegrass Parkway left a 22-year-old Oldham County woman hospitalized and sent her boyfriend to jail. 

  • Property Transfers

    Buckner Colyer Construction Company Inc. to MRC Construction Company Inc., lot 153, Darby Pointe, Buckner, $46,400. Colyer Construction Company Inc. to MRC Construction Company Inc., lot 131, Darby Pointe, Buckner, $47,200.   Crestwood Victor and Yarling Loaisiga to Stable Properties LLC, 7005 W. Ky. 22, Crestwood, $96,768. Todd Mark LLC to J.

  • County crews continue to clear curbside debris

    Residents that still have debris from the January ice storm stacked at the curb ready for pickup will have to be patient. It could be months before storm debris is gone. 

  • Commercial real estate slows down

     Realtors marketing commercial property in Oldham County say the sluggish economy means leasing empty space takes longer. But there’s still plenty of interest.

  • Oldham County Day needs a grand marshal

     The Latest: Members of Project Guild of La Grange are planning for Oldham County Day on July 18. One 

    of the first orders of business is to seek nominations from the community for the grand marshal of the Oldham County Day parade.  Nominations may be sent to Project Guild, P.O. Box 31, La Grange, Ky., 40031, or by e-mail to AnnBrownOldhamClerk@yahoo.com before March 12. Project Guild members will choose the grand marshal next month.

  • Dispatch moves to new facility

    Oldham County Dispatchers showed off their new facility at a ribbon-cutting event Feb. 19. The control center for 911 calls and radio communications to emergency personnel moved to the new second floor of the old bunker style building. The $419,000 project is funded at no cost to Oldham County taxpayers, Emergency Management Director Kevin Nuss said. Instead it is paid for through grants and charging rent to cell-phone companies who use the dispatch’s towers. The main improvement is in working conditions for dispatchers, Nuss said.

  • Come and knock on my door (if you have a permit)

    Residents of Oldham County could soon encounter fewer door-to-door salespeople, thanks to a proposed county ordinance.

    Members of fiscal court heard the first reading of a Peddler’s Ordinance Feb. 17. The ordinance would require anyone wanting to sell magazines, appliances and other goods or services by traveling door-to-door, to obtain a license, have a background check and be subject to other limitations.

  • Officials: False alarms equal fines

     When an alarm sounds inside an Oldham County business, several county resources are involved in responding to an alarm that often turns out to be false.

  • Vision shapes future of Brownsboro area

     One group’s vision for the Brownsboro area took a step toward reality Tuesday as the Oldham County Planning and Zoning Commission approved the Brownsboro Master Plan.