Today's News

  • North Oldham girls' tennis edges South

    The North Oldham girls’ tennis team played the role of unkind guest in their visit to Crestwood March 27, dispatching rival South Oldham 3-2.
    Though South Oldham’s Steffi Pitts was able to claim a 6-0, 6-0 win over Rheagan Riggs in the No. 1 singles’ match, the rest of the day belonged to the Lady Mustangs, as they captured the other two singles’ points before splitting doubles.
    Liz Whitman earned a 6-2, 6-1 decision over Julia Dean in the second singles’ match, while teammate Erin Biddle defeated South’s Alex Wiley 6-0, 6-2.

  • Oldham County girls win Spring Break Classic

    Fresh off knocking out No. 3 Ballard, Oldham County started spring break with a bang Friday night, claiming an 11-1 win over Bracken County in the opening game of pool play in their Spring Break Classic.
    After putting just one run on the board in the top half of the first inning, the Lady Colonels’ offense exploded in the second inning, plating six runs and coasting from there.
    They went on to add four more runs, ending the game after only four innings.

    OCHS (4-1) — 1 6 1 3 - 11 14 1

  • Oldham County softball upends No. 3 Ballard

    After facing temperamental weather and plenty of high expectations to start the season, the Oldham County softball team picked up its first big win of the season March 27, upending No. 3 ranked Ballard 5-1.
    That came in large part to an offensive explosion in the game’s sixth inning as a two-out push by the Lady Colonels ended in a four-run swing

  • South Oldham softball run rules rival North

    With her team clinging to a narrow 2-0 lead, South Oldham junior Courtney Galvan made her second at-bat count Thursday, launching a grand slam over the left-centerfield fence to give the Lady Dragons all the momentum they would need in a 10-0 district win over rival North Oldham.
    In addition to boosting their district record to 1-0, the win also gives South Oldham some revenge after the Lady Mustangs ended their season in last year’s district tournament.

  • Parents share concerns at school redistricting forums

    Nearly 100 parents turned out to the third and final school redistricting forum Thursday night at North Oldham High School.

    The trio of forums is the first of three rounds of public meetings Oldham County Schools will hold to discuss a redistricting plan, which will take effect for the 2014-15 school year.

    District officials said decreased enrollment projections and a decision to close Liberty Elementary next year have created a need to redraw student assignment boundaries.

  • GINGER: Am I middle-aged?

    At 43, it’s probably time to stop saying, “when” I become middle-aged, and accept that I’ve arrived. I don’t know what the official marker is for middle-aged, but I seriously doubt I’m going to make it to 86. 

  • The three Rs of youth: Role models, rebellion and relationships

    We all had role models growing up. Maybe you still do.

    Who was your role model? Why did you choose the person? What qualities did he/she possess?

    Did your role model fall in your eyes over time? 

  • MUELLER: Showing compassion

    Mayor Greg Fischer has proclaimed Louisville to be “Compassion City.” 

    What a noble thing to do! For compassion is the unique human ability to care about other people, to be considerate of others and sensitive to their needs. 

  • CARTOON: First signs of spring
  • OC Schools to auction 37 school buses

    Oldham County Schools will auction more than three dozen school buses this spring.

    The Board of Education Monday approved the sale of 37 out-of-service buses in a bidding process through the Kentucky Interlocal School Transportation Association, a nonprofit collective of school districts that facilitates the sale and purchase of new and used buses.

    Of the 37 buses to be sold, 26 are still operational. The buses range in model years from 1993 to 1999.