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Today's News

  • A $1.9m scheme

    A federal grand jury indicted a Crestwood businessman and several other Oldham residents Nov. 20 for a scheme awarding $1.9 million in false veterans disability benefits.

  • Icing on the cake

    LOUISVILLE – They may have practice in the fog at times, but the Oldham County ice hockey team has not played in a fog this year.

    The team, made up of players from all three local high schools, has posted a 7-0 record this season.

  • Athlete of the week: Mitch Rusch

    Name: Mitch Rusch

    School: North Oldham Midlle School.

    Sport: Wrestling. 

    Age: 13.

    Hometown: Goshen.

  • Airport board survey to begin in January

    On Tuesday, the Oldham County Airport Board’s Survey Committee reviewed a draft of a survey that will collect feedback from residents about a proposed general aviation airport.

    Last month committee members met with a Kansas-based company – ETC Institute – which will facilitate the survey.

  • Police Reports

    Arrests

    James W. Goodman II, 48, 1622 Brickman Street, New Albany, Ind., arrested by OCSO Nov. 14, failure to serve 30 days jail.

    David Simpson, 25, No.13 Spring Meadows Trailer Park, La Grange, arrested by OCSO Nov. 17, failure to comply.

  • Locals expect to challenge for region

    BUCKNER – After dominating the region with a one-two-three finish last year, local high school wrestling teams are primed to do just that again.

    South Oldham, Oldham County and North Oldham all return top-flight wrestlers that include state champion contenders.

  • OC’s Camper blazes

    BUCKNER – Fortune failed to smile on the Oldham County Colonels Friday as they fell to John Hardin 42-23 in the second round of the state 5A playoffs.

    John Hardin caught several breaks and took advantage of some uncharacteristic OCHS mistakes to advance, ending the Colonels’ season at 9-3.

  • Housing programs to merge

    Good News Homes and RoseHaven Transitional Home for Women and Children announced a partnership Tuesday to transition assets and management of RoseHaven to Good News Homes by Jan. 1.

  • Property Transfers

    Crestwood

    Fred Bova to Tara Bova, quitclaim, lot 31, Kentucky Acres, 3005 Lincoln Trail Court, Crestwood, $1, FMV $250,000.

    Tara Bova to Valerie Todara and Robin Burke, lot 31, Kentucky Acres, 3005 Lincoln Trail Court, Crestwood, $188,500.

  • Game Bytes

    Soccer

    Local players named to all-state team

    When: Monday. 

    Where: Lexington.