.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • OCHS grad found dead on local farm

    An Indiana man has been arrested and charged in connection to a body found on a Oldham County property last week.
    Police in Watertown, N.Y. arrested Miles J. Matthews, a 27-year-old male from Corydon, Ind., on Sunday, after he was identified as the suspect in the death of 34-year-old Adam N. Gregg, of Louisville.  Matthews has been charged with murder and theft by unlawful taking in the case.
    As of Tuesday, Matthews was still being held in the Jefferson County, N.Y. Correctional Facility after being arraigned Monday afternoon.  

  • OCEA gets approval for sewer, surcharge increases

    Customers of the Oldham County Environmental Authority can expect to see an average increase of seven and a half dollars in their monthly bills soon.

    OCEA, also known as Veolia Water, was granted a 4.5 percent rate increase for sewer charges, as well as a $5.59 flat increase to a monthly surcharge by the Oldham County Fiscal Court Tuesday. According to figures given by OCEA, the increases amount to an extra $7.43 a month for the average customer.

    The Oldham County Fiscal Court approved the increase by voice vote at its bi-monthly meeting Tuesday.

  • Mosley receives new trial date

     

    The trial of a former police officer accused of official misconduct has been reset for an October date.

  • OC Day Parade Grand Marshals celebrate 50 years of Project Guild

    Roughly 50 years to the day, 14 women in their 20s gathered in La Grange with a similar goal in mind, one focused on improving their community by tackling smaller, but necessary, projects.

    Little did they know that decades later, that first official meeting of Project Guild would lead to numerous fundraising events, a day-long festival or even a parade where they will be honored as grand marshals this year.

  • Council approves new Pewee Valley town center

     

    Pewee Valley residents are one step closer to a redesign of its city center after council members approved the option selected by an online vote in a council meeting earlier this week.

    In June, voters were given the option to choose from two Town Square concept plans, one keeping the city’s fire pit in Town Square and one relocating it.

    Council members tallied the 127 votes and by a vote of 36, residents of Pewee Valley chose Town Square Concept A. Concept B received 25 votes and 9 people voted for the “other” option.

  • Extension office celebrates 100 years in Oldham County

    One of Oldham County’s oldest services is celebrating its 100th birthday this year with a float in the annual Oldham County Day Parade.

    The Oldham County Extension Office was first opened by John T. Taylor in 1914 and has grown from a rural agriculture outreach service to one available to any resident of the county, extension agent Traci Missun said.

    “We’re open for anybody,” Missun said. “We have a diverse client base. Our mission is to serve people and be a non-biased point of information for people.”

  • Larimore wins in Buckner

    La Grange’s Grant Larimore won boys 15-16 division of the KYPGA Junior event July 17 at Oldham County Country Club in Buckner.

    Larimore, an Oldham County golfer, shot a 7-over 78.

    He beat Louisville’s Timo Imhoff (+8) by one stroke.

    La Grange resident Michael Brown (+9) finished tied for third. Fellow La Grange native Marco Valenzuela (+11) was fifth.

    La Grange’s Drew Wallace shot a nine-hole 4-over 40 to claim the boys 10-and-under division.

  • Edlin named player of year

    Prospect’s Taylor Edlin was named last week as champion of the 11-13 girls division of the Musselman-Dunne Junior Golf Tour.

    Edlin played nine events and accumulated 2,250 points.

    She edged Louisville’s Molly Bebelaar (2,125) for the series title.

    Other top five series finishers included

    –Drew Wallace, La Grange, 10-and-under boys (4th, 10 events, 1,440 points)

    –Lyman Brackett, Goshen, 10-and-under boys (5th, 10, 1,350)

    –Phil Nelson, Pewee Valley, 17-18 boys (5th, 7, 917.5)

  • Danner wins 5K

    Andrew Danner finished in 16:26.71 this weekend to win the Oldham County Festival Race.

    Danner beat second-place Mike Baird (16:56.20) by nearly 30 seconds.

    The top five male finishers were:

    1. Andrew Danner

    2. Mike Baird

    3. Brian Ruggles (17.22.40)

    4. Nate Dotterwiech (17:34.92)

    5. Sean Robison (17:38.40)

    The top five female finishers were:

    1. Lynn Riedling (21:21.24)

    2. Melissa Christensen (22:07.58)

    3. Roberta Meyer (22:43.05)

  • Cochran III repeats as Open champ

    Paducah’s Rick Cochran III defended his Kentucky Open title last week, winning the event at Hunting Creek Country Club in Prospect.

    Cochran became the first player since current PGA pro J.B. Holmes in 2003 and 2004 to repeat as Kentucky Open champ.
    Cochran shot a three-day 12-under 204.

    He finished with five-under 67’s in the final two rounds Wednesday and Thursday.

    Louisville’s Jared Wolfe was second at 8-under.