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Today's News

  • Business briefs

    Diabetes information fair is Saturday at hospital

    Baptist Hospital Northeast is offering a diabetes information fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the hospital.

  • Signs of mischief

    Something like this is supposed to only happen in places like his native Bulgaria, not in the United States. Goshen resident Nikolay Dimitrov didn’t expect this when he posted his first political yard sign.

    “I think this is kind of a vital election,” he said.

  • NOHS headed to state

    MT. WASHINGTON – Dominating the net and playing with confidence, the North Oldham High School Lady Mustangs upset Oldham County in two games to win the regional title Thursday.

    The win avenged two losses to OCHS this year.

  • Gray's Anatomy

    Visiting North Oldham High School’s AP biology and anatomy students was a nostalgic experience for world-renowned surgeon Dr. Laman Gray.

    “I first became interested in the medical field in my high school biology class,” he told the group. “That was some 50 years ago for me, and there are a lot more opportunities available now.”

  • Game Bytes

    Football

    Oldham County vs. Anderson County

    Score: 35-21 Oldham County.

    When: Friday.

    Where: Anderson County.

  • Students visit Waverly Hills

    Oldham County Middle School’s gifted and talented program visited Waverly Hills Sanatorium on Sept. 15. They got the chance to tour the old haunted tuberculosis hospital, and learned more about the ghost hauntings.

    We would like to share this experience with you.

  • County events

    Thursday, Oct. 30

    Garden Geeks II. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. $55 for non-members, $45 for members, Yew Dell Gardens.

    “An Italian Straw Hat”: South Oldham High School Theater Department production. 7 p.m. Tickets are $6 for adults, $4 for students and seniors and available in the school office or at the door. Nightly performances through Saturday. South Oldham High School auditorium. 241-6681.

  • North Mustangs push Western Wolverines out

    GOSHEN – The push for respect continued Friday as the North Oldham Mustangs beat Western Hills 17-7 to clinch the district football title.

    The Mustangs did it in their usual, workman-like manner, pounding the ball on the ground behind an underrated offensive line that has delivered game after game in the Mustangs’ 8-0 season.

  • Attorney's service now questioned

    A man nominated by the mayor but not approved by city council as La Grange city attorney is already handling city business.

    Mayor Elsie Carter nominated Graham Whatley to fill the vacant city attorney seat Sept. 2.

    Former city attorney Wade Helm resigned July 23.

    The council approved Whatley’s service as city attorney under the condition that he begin his service after ending his involvement with a lawsuit against the Oldham County Property Valuation Administrator.

  • Son of a sailor

    PROSPECT – When he was 13, Neal Deaves crewed his first sailboat with a neighbor and he’s been on the water ever since.

    Deaves, a Centerfield resident, then crewed a boat built by his father on the Delaware River outside Philadelphia to begin a lifelong love with the sport that has grown to include his whole family.