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Today's News

  • 'Dear' Day

    East Oldham Middle held its first Drop Everything And Read Day Aug. 23, with more scheduled throughout the year. For an hour, students and staff took time to read anything of their own choosing. The school has a goal of reading 15,000 books this year! A reading challenge kick-off Aug. 16 featured teachers dressed as literary characters.

     

  • Sports Briefs

     

     

    Soccer team wins big

  • Living a Grace-Filled Life
  • Sharing art with children brings smiles

    Artist Lea Ann Luce’s love of art began early, surfacing in the first grade, expanding in high school and building even further at University of Kentucky’s school of art. 

    Today, in addition to her own active work in various media, she is committed to teaching art to children, passing along the love of art that she was given as a youngster. 

  • Fiscal Court Briefs

    Oldham County Fiscal Court approved two new board members during their meeting on Sept. 3.

    Judge-Executive David Voegele appointed Samuel Finney to the County Planning and Zoning Commission Board with a term to expire in September of 2017.

    Finney comes in at a crucial time with the fate of the comprehensive plan in question and a future zoning overhaul for the county on the horizon.

    Voegele also added Sallie Haynes to the Oldham County Library Board with a term to expire in October of 2017.

  • Judge Jones Sworn In

    Last week Allison Jones took her official oath, being sworn in as the new Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge for the 6th Appellate District, Division 1, which includes Oldham County. 

    Elected officials and judges from across the state gathered in the Campbell County Courthouse in Newport to celebrate Jones’ investiture as the newest member of Kentucky’s Appellate Court. 

    Judge Jones, who has decided to locate her office in Campbell County, replaces current Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Michelle Keller, who swore her in.

  • Football teams looking to bounce back

     

    All three county teams will be looking to restart some momentum when they resume action this Friday.

  • Dragons, Mustangs ready for round two

     

    After playing a game South Oldham coach Kenny Burke described as “chippy,” South and North Oldham don’t have to wait long for a rematch.

  • North golf out to defend cup

     

    Coach Larry Dunn’s North Oldham boys golf team has already had a strong start to the year.

  • Lady Colonels start off 5-0

     

    Walk the halls of Oldham County High School and you won’t see any girls soccer players wearing their “2012 Region 8 champs” shirts.