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Today's News

  • 11-year-old chooses fundraiser over party

    When most children turn 11 they try to have an awesome party at a fun place. They might take all their friends out to Chuck E. Cheese or a video game arcade.

    Emma MacNiven decided for her birthday bash on Sept. 14, she would like to have a fundraiser and instead of presents, she wants donations.

    While this may seem like an odd choice for a girl turning 11, Emma’s life has been affected by a disorder known as Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS). The syndrome took her twin brothers back in 1989, robbing her of the chance to meet them.

  • OC POLICE WIN AWARDS AT SPEEDWAY

     Two Oldham County Kentucky police officers raced to the top of the Richard Petty Driving Experience (RPDE) speed charts and collected Kentucky Speedway Top Cop Challenge team and individual titles.

    The speedway created the friendly competition to thank regional law enforcement for efforts toward making the venue’s race events successful in addition to officers’ year-round public safety initiatives.

  • Woodward to speak on Obamacare

     

  • Burkhart named to Dean’s List

     

  • Wampler Graduates

     

  • ROVER CLOSED, NEW RESTAURANT COMING SOON

    The Irish Rover Too has closed, ending roughly a decade on La Grange’s Main Street.

    A sign on the door of the restaurant said the business closed this Saturday, August 31, but another restaurant will take its place.

    Irish Rover owner Michael Reidy says he has enjoyed his time running his second location in Oldham County, saying the community has “supported us, we felt loved and needed” during 10 years in the area.

    Reidy’s first location, the Irish Rover, is located in Louisville.

  • DEFINING YOUR PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY

    Each of us has a personal philosophy, but few of us have defined what it is.  Although you may never have sat down and defined what your philosophy is, it is operative and working in your life at all times. 

    It deals with what you believe about the world in which you live, about its people and events, about how events and circumstances affect you and how you affect them.

  • Looking for singers

     

  • Arts & Crafts classes

     

  • OLDHAM COUNTY PROPERTY TRANSFERS, AUGUST 26-29, 2013

    Thomas Luke, Sr. to Michelle Luke Smith, quitclaim, lot 306, Lakeview Estates, 12105 Cloverdale Drive, Goshen, FCV $175,000

    Barnes and Esposito Builders Inc. to Patricia Klosterman, lot 8, Cottages of Crestwood, 6015 Cottage Lane, Crestwood, $267,695

    Cole Christopher Builders LLC to Melanie and Bryan Arnold, lot 155, Longwood, 1300 Wellington Way, Goshen, $582,750

    James and Carrie Turk to Christopher Murphy, lot 2, Dock G, Tartanís Landing, Prospect, $4,800