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Today's News

  • Lady Colonels blast Sacred Heart

    BUCKNER – It was a good senior day for the Oldham County High School softball team as they raised their record to 25-6 on the year with a  3-1 win over Seventh Region power Sacred Heart Monday.
    The 13th ranked Lady Colonels used a stingy defense and some solid pitching from senior Taylor McElhinny to win against a highly regarded Sacred Heart club.

  • Athlete of the Week: Kaleb Fuson

    Kaleb Fuson.
    Buckner Elementary School.
    Baseball, basketball, soccer and lacrosse.
    8.
    Buckner.
    Julie and Jeff Fuson.
    Accomplishments: Fuson, a second grader at Buckner Elementary School, loves to play sports and is an active participant in the Oldham County YMCA sponsored leagues playing baseball, basketball, soccer and he will start playing lacrosse next year in a bantam league.

  • Athlete of the Week: Tomm Loguidice

    Name: Tommy Loguidice.
    School: Buckner Elementary School.
    Sport: Tae Kwon Do
    Age: 7.
    Hometown: La Grange.
    Parents: Diane and John Loguidice.

  • Jury favors Rawlings as suit seeks millions in overtime

    An Oldham County returned a verdict Friday in favor of The Rawlings Company, in a class action brought against Rawlings and its founder George Rawlings on behalf of current and former medical claims auditors.  

  • Cyclists shot in Pewee Valley during afternoon ride

    Two cyclists pedaling with three others on Saturday afternoon say a driver shot them with a BB gun in one of Oldham County's quietest neighborhooods.

    Manfred Schmidt said he's still in shock after his bike ride through Jefferson and Oldham counties required a 911 call.

  • Dozens of firefighters battle Pewee Valley blaze

    Dozens of firefighters were called to a Pewee Valley home midday Sunday where they spent eight hours gaining control of a house fire and working to save remnants of the home. 

    Oldham County dispatch received reports of a garage fire just before noon Sunday in the 100 block of Mount Mercy Place near St. Aloysius Church in Pewee Valley.

  • Design students unveil vision for La Grange

    Usually when a small town like La Grange asks professionals for an urban design and planning assessment, the cost is between $150,000 to $200,000.

    Linda Goin, executive director of Discover Downtown La Grange, said the city is lucky to obtain the expertise from the University of Cincinnati students for only $10,000.

    And, taxpayers aren’t footing the bill.

  • BOB MUELLER: It’s time to rekindle your curiosity

    There’s a joke about a couple who’ve been married over 50 years, and one night in bed the wife looks over at her husband and starts to complain.
    She says, “You know, when we were first married, you’d reach over and hold my hand. It’s been years since you’ve reached over to hold my hand at night.”

  • Pewee town council meeting rescheduled

    Due to scheduling conflicts, the regular June meeting of the Pewee Valley Town Council is a few days earlier than originally scheduled. 

    The council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 1 at town hall on Mount Mercy Drive.

  • Earthquake drill helps Baptist Northeast practice mass treatment

    Dramatic was one word to describe the earthquake disaster drill that took place at Baptist Northeast Hospital last Wednesday.

    The scenario: 14 patients injured in an earthquake and arriving in the emergency room from Western Kentucky.

    But why would patients from Western Kentucky seek treatment so far away?