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Today's News

  • Vet hopes to raise money for service dog

    Veterans sometimes come back after serving overseas feeling helpless, anxious, fearful and sometimes guilty because of the trauma he or she endured. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, hasn’t been all that uncommon in recent years.
    After two tours in Iraq, Nick Milburn came home to Oldham County and his wife and two kids with both PTSD and debilitating seizures.

  • Portrait of endurance

    An Oldham County mother got the shock of her life when her daughter, an eighth-grader who was complaining of neck pain, was later diagnosed with a rare brain disease and was told she would be dealing with the disease for the rest of her life.
    Macy Paradis thought her heavy backpack was giving her the neck pain, loss of balance, numbness in her limbs and dizziness, but after her mother, Nancy Schema Paradis, noticed how often her daughter was complaining about the pain, she decided to seek medical attention.

  • Ownership change at long-standing La Grange business
  • Public Records -- June 25, 2015

     KSP Arrests

     

    Bradley S. Winsor, 35, La Grange – arrested on June 15 at 8101 Hanna Road in La Grange by Trooper Ferris for leaving the scene of an accident

     

    James D. Brewer, 61, Hazard – arrested June 16 at Kentucky State Reformatory in La Grange by Trooper Ferris for execution of warrant for murder (Perry County)

     

  • Financial Advice

     The fiduciary versus suitability standard has been a hot topic in recent months.  I was recently asked when speaking to The Pewee Valley Woman’s Club in April about the Department of Labor’s recent proposal that would require those who provide advice on assets held in retirement accounts to be held to a fiduciary standard.

  • Letters to the Editor-- June 25, 2015

     Displeased with building

    When Southeast Christian Church moved into, and eventually bought, Crestwood Station, I was very impressed with the many changes they made, both aesthetically and structurally.  

    When they began the marvelous renovation of the storefronts across from the church property I was equally impressed.  

  • It's always something

     We are tiny complex humans in a huge complex world and an even bigger universe.  It’s all so unimaginably, fantastically strange that we’ll never be able to understand everything.  And that applies at all levels and in all areas of life.  Once you grasp this rule you’ll sleep easier at night.

  • Heilman places wreath

     World War II Marine veteran Dr. E. Bruce Heilman, who recently completed his 6,000-mile motorcycle ride to kick off the “Spirit of ‘45” national commemoration of the end of WWII in August, returned to Louisville on Sunday, June 21, to place a wreath at Zachary Taylor National Cemetery.  

  • Honoring Famous Oldham Countians Series continues

     RICHARD JAMES OGLESBY DAY  June 27 at the                                            Peyton Samuel Head Family Museum

                           

  • Community in brief --June 25, 2015

     Summer theatre

    Oldham County Schools Arts Center’s All Community Summer Theatre production of “Fiddler on the Roof” will be performed June 25, 26 and 27 at 7pm.