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  • OCSAC teaches art side-by-side with students
  • Oldham County Fair 2015 Winners


    •The following received one or more blue ribbons in the Youth Division of the Agriculture Department:
    Thomas Blackburn
    Kaylee Blackburn
    Juliann Foushee
    Nolan Foushee
    Sarah Griffin
    Melody Hardin
    Sarah Hardin
    Ashley Potts
    Paisley Salisbury

    •The following received one or more blue ribbons in the Adult Division of the Agriculture Department:
    Holly Fischer
    Bob Fishback
    Elizabeth Griffin
    David Ragsdale
    LeAnne Smith

  • Joggin’ for Frogmen less than month away

    The second annual River City Joggin’ for Frogmen 5k is back, bigger and better.
    Once again, it will take place at 8:30 am on Saturday, Aug. 29, at South Oldham High School, 5901 Veterans Memorial Parkway. The race raised over $10,000 in 2014 and needs your help to reach the 2015 goal of $20,000.
    For a limited time, race registration for the 5k is $35 for adult civilians, $30 for adult Active Duty Military, and $10 for the Tadpole Trot (children six and under). Registration will include custom finisher’s medals for all participants, chip timing and bibs, and a race t-shirt.

  • Oldham County YMCA adds programs
  • Wedding announcement
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  • Water district employee earns state customer service award

    Terri Campbell, office manager of the Trimble County Water District #1 and resident of La Grange, was honored July 28 at the at the KY/TN American Water Works Association Conference. Nominated for her outstanding customer service, flexibility and personal attention to develop and maintain relationships with customers, Campbell, a five-year employee with the District, was awarded the 2015 Customer Service Award from the KY/TN Section of the AWWA, which is presented to one nominee from each state. Above, Campbell accepts her award from the KY/TN Section President.

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  • American Heritage Girls top ten reasons to join

    Is your daughter interested in joining a scouting troop? Try American Heritage Girls, AHG, one of the fastest growing scouting organizations in America, and it’s faith based too!
    Why should you consider AHG?

    Your daughter will:
    10. Make new friends.
    9. Enjoy community service.
    8. Take pride in being an American citizen.
    7. Participate in the Oldham County Day Parade.
    6. Hike, camp and explore nature.
    5. Have fun with Mom (and Dad!).
    4. Learn valuable life skills, like engineering.
    3. Earn up to 240 badges.
    2. Grow in their faith.
    1. Have tons of fun!

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  • Dogwood Lane may be opened to emergency vehicle traffic

    Citizens of Pewee Valley who live on Dogwood Lane can expect to see a survey from the city council in the mail as to whether or not the road will be opened to emergency vehicle traffic. The issue was discussed during the open comment portion of the most recent council meeting, when a citizen raised concerns about building a gate on the road.