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Today's News

  • YOUR GREATEST ASSIGNMENT

    Loving yourself is your greatest assignment in life.  At the end of the day, it’s not about them, it’s about you believing you’re worthy of being loved and seen for who you really are.

    Loving yourself is a quiet thing.  You don’t need blaring trumpets or a billboard to announce it to the world.  Instead, when you’ve learned how to love yourself, you will feel the quiet inward turning of your consciousness toward you, to your value, to the unrepeatable beauty that you are. 

  • The Auntie Blessing

    When life gets too busy, our peripheral relationships often fall to the wayside.  Acquaintances go first and then friends who aren’t part of everyday life.  After that, family relationships begin to suffer: cousins, sisters-in-law and eventually uncles and aunts.  Sadly, we don’t always have time to spend cultivating these relationships, so they begin to fade. 

  • How can I live life with passion?

    In a devotional recorded in A Fifth Portion of Chicken Soup for the Soul (© 1998), an encounter at the airport is shared by Michael Hargrave.  He tells of a man who is met by his family after his flight. 

    He hugs and kisses each as if he has been gone a long time, but with great passion he gives his wife the longest kiss Mr. Hargrave had ever witnessed, and then stares longingly into her eyes and then mouths the words, “I love you.”

  • A Day on the Farm
  • Book Worms
  • South Oldham Rotary names students of the month

    The South Oldham Rotary Club had the pleasure of honoring the October Students of the Month at their Nov. 8 meeting.

  • Education Briefs Nov. 21

    Jack Earns Scholarship

    Amanda Jack of Goshen has received a Paschal Carter Scholarship to Denison University. The Pascal Carter Scholarship is competition based and open only to National Merit Semi-Finalists.

     

    Schmidt Competition Honors Singers

  • Public Records Nov. 21

    Grand Jury Indictments

    October

     

    Joshua Hardin, one count of complicity to fraudulent use of a credit card over $500.00, one count of complicity to forgery in the second degree.

     

    Jeffery Delahanty, one count of fraudulent use of a credit card over $500.00, one count of forgery in the second degree and one count of persistent felony offender in the second degree.

     

    Scott Peebles, one count promoting contraband in the first degree, one count of persistent felony offender in the second degree.

  • Wrestling background pays off for former OC star Vance

    Ichiro Vance has received his fair share of football accolades.

    The Eastern Kentucky University linebacker was named all-conference the last two seasons. This season Vance was named a semifinalist for the Campbell Award, an award that recognizes a college football player’s academics, community service and on-field performance.

    All those honors came after a decorated football career at Oldham County High School.

  • Former OC runner competing at NAIA Nationals

    Kevin Montgomery originally didn’t set out to be a runner.

    From the age of six, his love was baseball, and he played for 11 years in the South Oldham Little League. He ultimately started at second base for the Oldham County High School freshman team when he was in 8th grade, and he went on to play two more years at OC.

    This Saturday, though, the 2012 OC grad will be with the Tennessee Wesleyan College cross-country team that will compete at the NAIA Nationals in Lawrence, Kan.