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Today's News

  • Rotarians reach polio milestone

    July 24 marked one year since the last case of wild poliovirus was found in Nigeria, the only remaining country in Africa where polio had never been stopped. This achievement could signal that the world will soon see a polio-free Africa, a major milestone in global public health. Kentucky Rotarians have long supported efforts to end this crippling disease, through donations to The Rotary Foundation, fundraising activities, raising awareness, and polio immunization campaigns around the world.

  • Rotarians reach polio milestone

    July 24 marked one year since the last case of wild poliovirus was found in Nigeria, the only remaining country in Africa where polio had never been stopped. This achievement could signal that the world will soon see a polio-free Africa, a major milestone in global public health. Kentucky Rotarians have long supported efforts to end this crippling disease, through donations to The Rotary Foundation, fundraising activities, raising awareness, and polio immunization campaigns around the world.

  • Time to defund Planned Parenthood

    Warning: graphic content and conversation here. No, this isn’t about Donald Trump’s latest insults, but rather a more serious subject that he doesn’t consider “one of his issues.” I’m talking about the sanctity of human life. More specifically, the undercover videos that caught Planned Parenthood officials discussing abortion extraction methods best suited to preserving in-demand fetal organs for research.

  • Hudson Charles goes to camp
  • Tilling life lessons from the garden

    In our home of 15 years we have an acre of grass and vegetation which I love tending. It’s my therapy and I learn a great deal from the yard I manage.
    Each season, grasses, flowers, shrubs and trees let a part of themselves go in the form of seed, every one of which is a point of life containing the full potential of the parent. In the quest to find a rooting spot, they are buffeted by winds, parched by the sun and soaked by rain. And they often encounter cement or stone rather than fertile soil.

  • Going in search of great adventures in life

    Last week I got to experience one of the great adventures in my life.
    I was able to take my boy scouts on a 120-mile canoe trip on the Au Sable River in Michigan. Scouting has allowed me to travel all over this country to experience the most amazing adventures.

  • Public Records -- July 30, 2015

    The Oldham Era reports property transfers, police reports, arrests, misdemeanors, felonies and grand jury indictments. Charges or citations reported to The Oldham Era do not imply guilt.
    Information on this page is public information.

    KSP Arrests

    Roger D. Wilson, 21, La Grange – arrested July 20 on S. First Avenue in La Grange by Trooper Samu executing a warrant

  • Miss Oldham County crowned as fair begins
  • KYTC: Highway 22/Brownsboro road to open by beginning of school year

    Oldham County commuters will have their old route back as school starts in the fall.
    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) says Highway.22/Brownsboro Road, which was awarded a contract for replacement after a culvert collapsed in early April, is scheduled to open Aug. 10.
    “We know how vital this roadway is for motorists in eastern Jefferson County and those commuting from Oldham County,” Matt Bullock, Chief District Engineer for the Department of Highways District 5 Office in Louisville, said in a press release.

  • La Grange woman charged for killing dog

    Stephanie Tyler, 27, of La Grange was charged with second-degree cruelty to animals after she left her dog in a hot car in Frankfort last Tuesday.

    According to Frankfort Police Department spokesman Maj. Rob Warfel, animal control responded to a phone call about a dog left in a car and then police got involved.

    The dog, a male pitbull, was found dead in the car as soon as animal control and police arrived on the scene.