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Today's News

  • Game Bytes

    Football

    North Oldham vs. Trimble County

    Score: 31-0 North Oldham.

    When: Friday.

    Where: North Oldham.

  • Kemper's offense powers Colonels

    BUCKNER – Jacob Kemper’s game was so good, he even scored on a header.

    Kemper, an Oldham County High School senior, scored four goals Monday as the Colonels beat Eastern 4-0 in the opening round of the regional tournament.

  • County events

    Thursday, Oct. 23

    Wendell Ford Democratic Dinner. 7 p.m. John W. Black Community Center. Hosted by the Oldham County Democratic Party. Tickets for special seating, $60. Regular seating, $40. Students, $20, Children younger than 12, $15. Call Seth Hall for tickets, 767-1145.

  • Trio's burglary leaves one man dead

    A La Grange native is dead after a homeowner awakened by a break-in shot him Saturday in Shelbyville.

    Three local men – Timothy Carpenter, Joshua Fast and David L. Fletcher – allegedly burglarized a home on Brown Avenue about 11:30 p.m. Saturday.

    Police say they gained access by breaking a front window.

  • Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

    THUMBS UP - Airport board wants your opinion

  • Education briefs

    Local student awarded pre-medical scholarship

    Caitlin Mullen, a senior at the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences, studying biology, recently earned the Kash Senior Pre-Medical Scholarship.

    Mullen is the daughter of Patricia Mullen and Daryle Mullen of La Grange. She plans to graduate from UK in May.

  • Letters to the editor

    Support staff deserve equitable pay, too

    To the editor:

    “Kudos” to Jed Turner’s letter last week regarding our situation here in Oldham County regarding our schools.

  • Student Voices

    Crestwood Elementary

    Fourth grade

    Teacher: Jeanie Curry

    Life without TV

    Last week I didn’t have power. I went to a park called E.P Tom Sawyer Park.

  • The hunt along I-71 is over

    Officials are halting hunters’ efforts to reduce the deer population along Interstate 71 in La Grange.

    A group of hunters have been bow-hunting on land owned by the Oldham-La Grange Development Authority to decrease the number of deer making their way across the interstate. Deer are crossing the interstate from OLDA’s 1,000-acre property to reach a water source in the median of Interstate 71.

  • 'Just for Kids' campaign benefits Kosair

    Kosair Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital Foundation and Norton Healthcare officials announced Sept. 25 a $208 million “Just for Kids” Campaign to benefit Kosair Children’s Hospital – the first major philanthropic campaign in the hospital’s 116-year history. Kosair Children’s Hospital is Kentucky’s only free-standing, full-service children’s hospital.