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Today's News

  • Non-profit offers quality, low-cost food

    Below is the November Menu for Angel Food Ministries, a non-profit, non-denominational organization that provides fresh and frozen food items sold at about half the price to help people with their grocery bills.

    Anyone of any income level can buy the food.

    This month, a $30 box of food includes the following items:

  • Sewer rates jump 25%

    Oldham County Fiscal Court members approved the Oldham County’s Sewer District’s budget for 2009 on Tuesday.

    The budget includes a 25-percent rate increase, which amounts to about $7.30 added to OCSD’s residential customers’ current bill.

  • 23 attend monthly hymn sing

    New Hope Baptist Church recently hosted the Oldham County Hymn Sing, with 23 folks and 10 churches in attendance. Rev. Arthur Gullett from the church came and gave us a hearty welcome and the evening prayer.

    Gullett led the congregation in the hymn, “Victory in Jesus” and “Heavenly Sunshine,” with Rachel Thornsberry accompanying on the piano.

  • Game bytes

    Soccer

    Oldham County vs. St. Xavier

    Score: 6-2 St. Xavier.

    When: Oct. 30.

    Where: Oldham County High School.

  • Community News

    Turner-Jones Engagement

    Teresa Turner of Crestwood announces the engagement of her daughter, Charlotte Turner to Mark N. Jones, son of Michael and Kathy Boggs of Crestwood.

  • Heads and Tails: Lincoln's Advice

    After looking at the T-shirt, I don’t know what I was more embarrassed about – spending all my money or being the only person that didn’t realize the singer at the concert was Elvis Presley. Dad was right – there were some things money couldn’t buy – like time, happiness, common sense, or a ticket out of the doghouse.

  • City will manage own water runoff

    The Pewee Valley city council thinks they can manage water runoff in their city better than the county can, so Monday night they voted to create their own storm water district.

  • Property transfers

    Crestwood

    Mattingly-Jones LLC to The Jones Group LLC, unit 4606, building 5, Heritage Manor, Crestwood, $29,900.

    The Jones Group, LLC to Sharon Kersey-Carr and Wiley Carr, unit 4606, building 5, Heritage Manor, 4606 Heritage Manor, Crestwood, $267,095.

  • How youth voted

    Brandon Naber has a quarter century before he’s eligible to run for president, but at least he has the necktie knot down.

    The Harmony fifth-grader ties a mean four-in-hand tie knot. More importantly, he won a landslide election Monday as the representative of John McCain in his school’s mock presidential election.

  • Contentious council

    Monday night’s meeting of the La Grange City Council ended quickly, after residents watched a council member attempt to ask a question and the mayor answered by banging her gavel and asking a police officer to escort him out.

    Mayor Elsie Carter began the meeting with a statement about the nomination of Graham Whatley for the position of city attorney, an ongoing issue since she nominated Whatley to fill the position in September.