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Today's News

  • North Oldham sets school records at Eastern Relays

    The University of Louisville hosted 91 schools in its annual Eastern Relays at the Oswley B. Frazier Cardinal Park Friday and Saturday. Teams across Kentucky and surrounding states gathered to compete in 22 events. North Oldham continued it's strong performances in both the boys and girls events, with North Oldham setting two new school records. Maggie Mollack set a record in the discus throw with 126.8 and Erin Edmunson set a school record in the mile with a time of 5:10.04.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Mustangs make statement with 4-2 win over Oldham County

    GOSHEN -- The North Oldham softball team’s mission to be heard for 2015 is working at the right time, and timing was everything in that next step Wednesday night against Oldham County.

    The result was a long time coming for the Lady Mustangs.

    Trailing 2-0, North scored four unanswered runs to defeat the Lady Colonels 4-2 Wednesday night in Goshen for the first time in five years.

    The Lady Mustangs have won six straight, shutting out three opponents and allowing just three runs during that stretch.

  • Public records -- April 23, 2015

    La Grange Police Arrests
    Sherri A. Rothman, 39, of La Grange was arrested on April 16 for theft by unlawful taking shoplifting under $500, possession container substance 2nd degree, prescription container substance not in proper cont 2nd offense.

    Jamie M. McAtee, 29, Louisville, was arrested on April 16 on Jefferson County warrant for loitering for prostitution purposes 1st offense.

  • Farmer of the year applications now being accepted

    The 2015 Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) “Farmer of the Year” application process is now open, and the organization is seeking the Commonwealth’s finest nominees for this prestigious award.

  • Crestwood spa now open

      Pilar Varon is a licensed esthetician that was renting a room in Salon 146 as an independent contractor, but moved to her own space in February in Crestwood.

      Skincare By Pilar specializes in making skin healthier with facials for renewing, acne, vitamin C, microdermabrasion, O2 lit, rejuvenation cocktail facial, and ilma. New to the spa is micro-needleing and smart wave cavitation.

      Pilar also does lash and brow tint, glo-mineral make-up and waxing treatments.

  • Community briefs -- April 23, 2015

    Board of Health    meeting

    The Board of Health will convene in a special called meeting on Friday, May 29 at 7:15 a.m. This meeting will be held at the Oldham County Health Dept located at 1786 Commerce Parkway. The previously scheduled meeting was April 17.

    Burn ban

  • Seeing religious freedom in Oldham County?

    Oldham County touches Indiana.  As such we in Oldham County, through news sources both local and national know that Indiana recently passed a “Religious Freedom Restoration Act.”

  • Dealing with challenging times

    When we come to those challenging times that we feel like abandoning our ideals, giving up the struggle and quitting life, it is a stimulating experience to ask ourselves some very important questions, such as: Can good be defeated by evil?  In view of the change that is coming to my life, is anything left for me?  Am I a completely paralyzed person?  Is there something I can do?  Should I just fold my hands and suffer patiently?

  • Does our land need healing?

    Since I moved to LaGrange in 1997 I have joined with a group of pastors to pray for a spiritual revival for our county.  We have not prayed for any one church in particular, or just our churches, but for all the churches of the county.  I have seen many positive things happen over those years.  Average household income has gone up, many projects have enhanced the quality of life and many people have tried hard to be strong community citizens, and our schools continue to be a bright and shining example of excellent public schools.

  • BASEBALL: Lashley homer propels Colonels to 7-4 win at North Oldham

    GOSHEN -- Oldham County catcher Jaxon Lashley watched five opposing players cross home plate in the first inning of the Colonels’ loss to North Oldham on Tuesday. He and the rest of the Colonels saw the momentum shift it provided for North, which held on for the win.

    Oldham County returned the favor 24 hours later.

    Lashley blasted a two-run homer in the bottom of the first inning to set the tone for the Colonels on their way to a 7-4 win over North Oldham Wednesday night in Goshen.