Today's News

  • Slow Mail Costs Money

    By Matthew Paxton IV

    Most people get mail every day, Monday through Saturday. But what happens when the mail comes later than we expect?  

  • Soccer: Mustangs defeat CAL

    After dropping games to Henry Clay and Ryle, two teams in the top-five of the most recent Maher state rankings, North Oldham boys soccer recovered with a 3-2 win over Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL) Tuesday night in Goshen. David Roy and Nick Ludwick each scored goals for the Mustangs.

  • Oldham Era gets new publisher

    From her youth in Campbellsville, she warmly remembers the local paper.

    “Even from a young child, I loved keeping up with current events,” Pace said. “Everybody in my family started their morning with a newspaper and a cup of coffee.”

  • Long-time coach Viehmann honored with field

    For nearly a decade, Mark Viehmann provided a bridge from Little League to high school baseball for middle schoolers. The Oldham County Middle School (OCMS) coach had the baseball field at Wendell Moore Park named in his honor last Saturday as he steps away as the program’s leader.

  • Lady Dragon volleyball shows progress

    South Oldham volleyball’s 6-0 start is nice, but coach Amy Wells is more pleased to see the progression from her team than their undefeated record. The Lady Dragons defeated North Bullitt in straight sets (25-18, 25-9, 25-19) Monday night in Crestwood.

  • South football returns to form

    Following a loss to Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL) in its season opener, South Oldham football bounced back to defeat Doss 33-14 last Friday. Keaton Martin rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown and JaMartez Beaudoin blocked and returned a punt for a touchdown as South Oldham scored the game’s final 19 points.

  • Colonel football rallies to beat North Oldham

    With an 11-point second half deficit, Oldham County’s defense delivered three turnovers to lift the Colonels to a 35-24 win over North Oldham last Friday in Buckner. Jacob Ratliff returned two interceptions for touchdowns in the final seven minutes as the Colonels defeated their intra-county rival for the second consecutive year.

  • Soccer: Colonels fall to Highlands

    The opportunities were there, but Oldham County boys soccer couldn’t overcome a two-goal deficit to Highlands in a 2-1 loss Thursday night. The Colonels controlled possession for most of the night and outshot the visitors, but Oldham County couldn’t find the back of the net.

  • Soccer: Lady Colonels tie Ryle

     A late goal by Brylee Pottie with 76 seconds left provided an equalizer for Oldham County girls soccer in a 2-2 tie against Ryle Wednesday night. The goal culminated a frantic push by the Lady Colonel offense after Ryle took a one-goal lead on a score by Morgan Snider with 15:52 in the second half.

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