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The Oct. 13 edition incorrectly identified photos on our community page.
Two locations held a Blessing of the Animals ceremony and submitted photos to The Era.
There is no doubt that Donna Schwedler loved Christmas.
Following months of controversy, the decision to sell the La Grange skate park property for $1 will not come to fruition, La Grange Mayor Joe Davenport announced at the Oct. 3 city council meeting.
With bourbon, horses, history, trains, strong policing and schools, La Grange can be more than a bedroom community, according to a group of local leaders who spoke during a State of the Community address at CityPlace.
The 25th annual Dragon Invitational 5k cross country was hosted by South Oldham on Saturday.
An Oldham County charity hopes to support local veterans while giving active duty troops a night they will never forget.
The Warrior Empowerment Foundation will hold its third annual Tribute to the Troops event Oct. 15.
La Grange Police
Walter E. Dietsch, 89 of La Grange — cited and released Sept. 28 for careless driving; and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs
There are few who have spent more time in Oldham County than Charles Bottorff.
The 97-year-old has lived all of his life here and he has a family history that is also deep-rooted in the Goshen area.
While the Ironman Triathlon brings more than 2,400 athletes to the region, it will also bring road closures for residents of Oldham County for the duration of the race.
After several years, a beloved La Grange business is being revived.
Christmas in Kentucky, well known as the La Grange Christmas House, will reopen as Tinsel, Twine and Spirits on Oct. 7.
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