Today's News

  • Buckner Elementary Choir to be featured on television

     Buckner Elementary’s Choir returns for the eleventh consecutive year on WKYI-TV/THIS 24 Louisville and sister television station WNDA-TV. The 11th Annual Songs of the Season showcases choirs in Louisville and Southern Indiana. It will air several times on both television stations through Christmas Day.

  • South Oldham Rotary names students of the month

     The South Oldham Rotary Club had the pleasure of honoring the South Oldham Rotary John Longstreet Students of the Month at its Nov. 13 meeting.  

  • Hignite earns Eagle award

     Zachary Hignite, of Pewee Valley earned the highest advancements offered by The Boy Scouts of America, the Eagle Scout Award. He was recognized at a Court of Honor ceremony on Aug. 2 at Crestwood United Methodist Church.

    Hignite’s Eagle Scout Project benefited the Friends for Michael organization. He led a team of volunteers that laid memorial bricks and provided landscaping to the Michael Brent Playground in New Castle. This playground is handicap accessible and was funded by Friends for Michael.

  • Arts on the Green winners announced

     Arts Association  of Oldham County (AAOC) is pleased to announce the winners of the Arts on the Green Kid’s Note Card Contest Winners 2015.   

    This summer, during Arts on the Green, Fire it Up Studio was the host for children to be creative in designing this year’s note cards.   

  • Community in Brief - Dec. 10, 2015

     Brownsboro Alliance hosts benefit

    The Brownsboro Alliance will host a Brownsboro Trails Benefit with a New Year’s Day trail ride from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (rain date Jan. 3) and Jan. 2 trail hike from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Cost for the ride will be $20 per hiker or rider, which is a tax-deductible donation. For the hike, households will be charged $40. 

  • Who is afraid of the Lord?

     The children were presenting the traditional Christmas pageant.  On the night of the performance the little boy playing the innkeeper was tired of being the bad guy who told Mary and Joseph, “There is no room in the inn.”  

  • Went to the show

     By Tom McShane

    It was only a month ago when I wrote an article encouraging people to get out and go to the public shows. Then, one week later, the world experienced that horrific event in Paris, France, and, most recently, in San Bernardino, Calif. 

    Now, it seems, the whole world is on edge. 

  • Budget deadline looming

     By Thomas Massie

    Will Dec. 11 mark another déjà vu moment for Congress?  This looming deadline is the day by which Congress must once again fund the federal government for the upcoming fiscal year. 

  • My Personality Disorder

    By Ginger Lumpkin

    I recently called someone a narcissist, so they promptly took an online quiz that resulted in “proof” that they are only 23 percent narcissistic.  

    “Well, that can’t be right,” I insisted. “I am going to take the quiz too, but I am going to take it as you.”

    “You are so narcissistic that you think you can be me,” they goaded. 

  • Public records - Dec. 10, 2015

     KSP Arrest

    David Richardson, DOB 03/01/1968, La Grange — arrested Dec. 6 at the 13 mile marker of I-71 northbound by Trooper Stucker for reckless driving, wanton endangerment, improper signal and no insurance card 


    Property Transfers

    Stannye Wolfe to Steven Straight, Lot 44, Majestic Woods, Section 2, 1228 Royal Avenue, La Grange, $171,000