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Today's News

  • Gameday Preview: Oldham County looks to get back on track against confident North Oldham

    Oldham County is well aware how dangerous North Oldham can be in January. One of the Colonels’ four regular season losses last year came from the Mustangs, and OC understands the importance of getting back on track against them Friday night.

    OC (11-5, 1-1 District 29) got back on the winning track Tuesday night with a dominant 61-27 home win over Spencer County.

  • Pfaff and Heffington share unique player-coach bond

    When the girls’ basketball teams of South Oldham and North Oldham tip off Tuesday night at 7:30, not only will two teams battle for an important district seed, but two coaches will rekindle a relationship that started on the court.

    More importantly, if it wasn’t for one these coaches, the other might not be coaching on the opposite bench.

  • Fields earns Light My Fire award
  • Girls Soccer: Trivino hired as North Oldham girls soccer coach

     North Oldham has hired Jair Trivino as its next girls soccer coach. Trivino will be the second girls’ soccer coach in North history, replacing Ann Revell who stepped down this fall after 13 seasons at the helm.

    Trivino was introduced to the Lady Mustangs soccer team Monday afternoon.

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Colonels continue hot streak with 51-43 district win at South Oldham

    CRESTWOOD — Oldham County is reaping the benefits of recent confidence. It helps that confidence is turning around the Lady Colonels’ season in time for district play.

    Senior Shannon Rush led with 13 points and junior Kylee Nuernberger recorded a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds as the Lady Colonels won their third straight with a 51-43 victory at South Oldham Friday night.

  • Boys Basketball: South Oldham proves versatile in 63-53 district win over Oldham County

    CRESTWOOD — South Oldham has built its reputation on the 3-point shot. Against a team regarded as one of the best in the region, the Dragons proved they can get the job done inside the arc.

    South Oldham hit just six 3-pointers, a drop from its double-digit season average, but outworked district and county rival Oldham County on its way to a 63-53 win Friday night in Crestwood.

  • Alcohol vote contested

    Oldham County resident Patrick Vincent filed a petition on Dec. 31 against several county leaders alleging mishandling of the recent special election that moved to allow expanded alcohol sales within the community. Implicated in the legal action are Oldham County Judge-Executive David Voegele, Oldham County Sheriff Steve Sparrow and Oldham County Clerk Julie Barr.

  • Alcohol vote passes

    On Dec. 29, Oldham County residents voted to allow expanded alcohol sales within the county.  

     

     

    The alcohol measure, which passed with 5,688 residents voting yes and 3,420 voting no, has been a controversial subject since it was first introduced in 2014.  

  • New Year, no smoke

     

    Many make resolutions to lead healthier lives in the new year, but it takes tenancity and drive to kick unhealthy habits and actually fulfill the wishes made.

    Hope Health Clinic in La Grange is giving those with the wish to maintain a healthier lifestyle the chance to be nicotine free in 2016.

    The clinic is offering free smoking cessation classes to any interested individuals or companies that are willing to become non-smokers.

  • Crestwood explosives expert writes book

    Crestwood resident Joe Nelson McConahy has worked in the explosives industry since the 1960s.  He has worked in a dynamite factory and has drilled and blasted in places as diverse as British Columbia and Mexico City.  Now, he can add writing a book to his resume.