Today's News

  • Scouts clean up at park

     On Saturday, Oct. 17, cub scouts and boy scouts from Pack and Troop 200 joined the Rotary Club for a cleanup day at The Glen, a La Grange city park on Maple Street.

  • Colonial Christmas Fair offers holiday treasures, memories

     Looking for that special gift that would transcend any time period, but can’t get to Colonial Williamsburg for the holidays? 

    Come visit the Colonial Christmas Indoor Market Fair on Saturday, Nov. 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Oldham County History Center. 

    Held inside the Rob Morris Educational Building located at 207 W. Jefferson St. in La Grange, this indoor market fair is sure to hold treasures that would please the pickiest person on your holiday shopping list. 

  • South Oldham High School Dragons marching to state

     South Oldham High School’s Marching Dragons shined brightly on this past Saturday’s cloudy day in the Kentucky Music Educator Association’s East Regional Competition in Berea.  The Marching Dragons competed against 10 KMEA Class AAAA bands from across the state earning a Distinguished rating from the judges and placing second in the contest.  The Dragons now advance to Class AAAA Semifinal competition, the next step to State Finals which will be held on Oct. 31 in Bowling Green.

  • Education in Brief - Oct. 19, 2015

     Newman wins merit scholarship

    Students in Denison University’s class of 2019 were recently awarded a First Year Merit Scholarship. 

    Lilia Newman, of a graduate of North Oldham High School received the Denison Founders Scholarship. The Denison Founders Scholarship is based on academic achievement, leadership and personal merit.


    Local grad homecoming candidate

  • Tate completes Eagle Scout project
  • Riverthon racer

     Ellen van Nagell recently competed in Riverthon, a seven-mile stand-up paddleboard race between Towhead Island and the community boathouse.

  • Forestry webinar series available through Extension

     University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service is currently offering a forestry webinar series, designed primarily for woodland owners, but is open to anyone interested in woodland, timber and wildlife topics.

  • NOMS cross country teams end perfect seasons with state title

    North Oldham Middle School’s boys and girls cross country teams made history last weekend with both teams winning their respective state meets to cap undefeated seasons at Masterson Station Park in Lexington.

    The boys’ team ran away with first with 112 points while Crosby finished second with 189.

    The girls’ team won with 85 points.

  • Mustangs finish 3-7 with season ending loss at Franklin County

    Week 10 is the bye week for the North Oldham football team and rather than preparing for a playoff game, the team is gathering up equipment.

    For just the second time in 10 years under head coach Billy Martin, the Mustangs will miss the KHSAA Class 4-A playoffs after going winless in the district with Friday night’s 23-7 loss at Franklin County.

    North finished the season 3-7 after a 2-0 start.

  • Boys State Soccer: Dragons fall to Trinity in first round of KHSAA state tournament

    CARROLLTON – South Oldham made it into the KHSAA state tournament because of its preparation and execution that led to a second straight Region 8 Championship.

    Studying film and eliminating the strengths of the opposition led to their win over Oldham County in the regional final, and the Dragons knew that same approach was necessary to defeat Trinity Monday in the first round of the state tournament.