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Taking inspiration from both Louisville and La Grange, two Oldham County residents hope to breathe new life into a Main Street event.
While statistics say that Oldham County is the healthiest in the state, on Sept. 10 residents will have the chance to physically prove it. All they need to do is walk.
On his office computer, Judge-Executive David Voegele scrolled through a lengthy list of to-dos: projects in the midst, people to talk to, proclamations to write and meetings to attend.
Although it was a humid 93 degrees on the courthouse lawn Aug. 26, more than 200 people headed to downtown La Grange for a nine-course meal to raise money for the Oldham County Educational Foundation.
Although Oldham County finances will eventually have borrowed millions for construction of a new detention center, just over $1.2 million of the expenditures were returned Aug. 31.
With delicious food on the grill, extra time in the boat or backyard, and parties with friends and family, it is easy to forget that Labor Day is more than just an excuse for a long weekend on the first Monday in September.
During a public hearing, the La Grange Parks Board voted to postpone recommending the construction of a splash park in Wilborn Park, citing concerns about health, parking and potential for vandalism.
An Oldham County Girl Scout has come up with an unusual way to help others in need.
The Oldham County School Board will soon hold a public hearing as they consider raising property taxes.
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