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Today's News

  • Local foundation makes senior’s farming dream come true

    For Virginia Broyles, farming was more than a way of life.

    The 102-year-old spent many years working her farm in Brownsboro, before spending the last nine years at Friendship Health and Rehab in Pewee Valley.

    But thanks to a partnership between Friendship and Opal’s Dream, Broyles was once again transported back to the farm on Saturday morning with the help of the Oldham County Historical Society’s Antique Iron Club.

  • Lab results delaying cases of two La Grange men

    Pending lab results are holding up the cases of two La Grange men charged with drug offenses after an attempted transaction went haywire.

    Henry Schultz-Eggenspiller, 22, is charged with tampering with physical evidence and criminal conspiracy to commit trafficking in a controlled substance, second degree.

    His co-defendant, Roberto Cabrera, Jr., is charged with criminal conspiracy to commit trafficking in a controlled substance, second degree.

  • LG&E thanks emergency responders for gas pipe help

     

    The explosion of a gas line in Goshen weeks ago was a difficult situation made smoother with the close cooperation of Oldham County’s emergency departments, an LG&E employee said.

    Tom Reith, director of Gas Operations for LG&E, described the rupturing of a gas line in Goshen in September as a “tough situation” at a Local Emergency Planning Commission meeting held last week.

  • Oldham History Center hosts Ohio River cruises
  • City of Pewee Valley holds several events

     

    Pewee Valley will be hosting many activities in the month of October, according to a list of events noted at the latest city council meeting.

    There will be a Meet the Candidates forum with local and state politicians at the Oldham County Library Oct. 15 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

    The Pewee Valley Fire Station 2 will open its doors with an Open House on Oct. 25. Times are still being discussed. The firehouse is located on Ash Avenue in Pewee Valley.

  • Mosley ‘sexting’ trial begins

     

    The jury has been selected and the trial has begun for Harry “Shane” Mosley, the former Oldham County Police officer accused of using electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual activity.

    In opening comments, Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Barry Baxter relayed the prosecution’s story that started with a routine traffic stop on the night of Sept. 25, 2012.

  • After beating cancer twice, local girl gets Disney World wish granted

    For one La Grange family, a nearly three-year dream to visit Mickey Mouse is coming true.

    Hayli Nobles, 4, is one of many children granted Make-a-Wish dreams every year. Since being diagnosed with actute myleoid leukemia in 2010, her dream has been to see the princesses at Disney World.

    On Monday, Hayli’s wish was granted, as a limo pulled up to the family’s La Grange residence to take them to the airport for a trip to Orlando.

  • La Grange to allow chickens

    After being banned for roughly 15 years, chickens will once again be allowed in the city limits of La Grange.

    The La Grange City Council voted 5-2 to pass an ordinance allowing chickens to be raised in the city limits, with councilmen Joe Davenport and Tad Humble voting no. Councilwoman Debbie Pollard was absent from the meeting.

  • Music shop adds cafe for performances

    The sign on the wall at Hewn from the Mountain Music Cafe says it all about the focus of the shop: “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which remains silent.”

    Musician Tom McShane owns the full-service music shop, located in Crestwood, which celebrated the opening of a café with a ribbon cutting ceremonty by the Oldham County Chamber of Commerce last week.

  • Louisville Councilman up against healthcare professional in House 36 race

     

    A Louisville anesthesiologist is trying to be a true political contender when she runs against a Louisville Metro councilman for election to the 36th House District.

    The 36th District was formerly a seat located in Eastern Kentucky, but the seat now makes up most of eastern Jefferson County and a portion of southwestern Oldham County, including Pewee Valley.