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Today's News

  • Dispute over Goshen property could head to court

     

    A dispute over the use of a property on U.S. 42 in Goshen will likely continue with litigation after another hearing in front of the county’s Board of Adjustments.

    The property in question, 9051 W. U.S. 42, is currently owned by Anthony Zeppa and only has an accessory structure on the property currently.

    After receiving initial approval in May 2013 to have the secondary structure on the property without a home also on the grounds, problems arose in January about the misuse of a variance on the property.

  • Lane takes plea deal in gang case

     

    A sixth individual originally indicted on charges of participating in organized crime has pleaded down to a lesser charge.

    Donnie Lane, of La Grange, took a plea deal similar to that of his five co-defendants during a hearing last week.

    Lane pled guilty to one count of possession of drug paraphernalia and was given 12-month probation on a two-year term as a sentence.

    The plea and sentence was similar to that of co-defendants Gabrielle Beach, Felix Myers, Thomas Wenz, Roger Wilson and Brandon Davis.

  • Youth give back with landscaping

     

    Members of the Hillcrest Youth Athletic Association volunteered their time to help make Goshen Elementary School beautiful by landscaping on consecutive Saturday mornings. The association has hosted a Youth Triathlon for local kids ages 6-16 since 2009.

    “We try to teach them that in swimming they may not get their personal best, but they can reach their personal best by giving back to the community,” John Shearer, member of the association, said.

  • Turnage signs with Mt. Olive
  • NOLL names all-stars

    North Oldham Little League has named the following players as its national all-stars for the 2014 summer:

    Baseball 9-10 year old nationals
    Jaron Cotton, Nick Cox, Grant Gibson, Jonathan Klein, Jake Lindeman, Eli Meyers, Drue Osbourne, Brady Pickle, Luke Schneider, Michael Starks, Logan Wade, Tristan Wilson, Samuel Young

    Baseball 11 year old nationals

  • Maier wins at Iroquois

    North Oldham golfer Josh Maier fired a 2-under 69 to win the boys championship division of the MDGT Junior Golf Tour event Friday at Iroquois Golf Course in Louisville.

    The Goshen native finished two shots clear of second-place Kyle Saffran of Louisville.

    La Grange’s Jacob Marcum was sixth with a 9-over 80.

    Prospect’s Crosby Cameron tied for ninth, shooting a 12-over 83.

    Also at Iroquois, Pewee Valley’s Phil Nelson won the 17-18 boys division with a 9-over 80.

  • OCYFL holds signups

    The Oldham County Youth Football League will be having signups at the OCYFL Fields in Buckner on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    The 2014 season has a new addition with the Senior Division back for 11-12-year-olds.  

    The cost is $80 for 5-6-year-olds (Mighty Mites) and $120 for Pee Wee (7-8), Juniors (9-10) and Seniors (11-12).  

    Cheerleaders are $45 plus cost of uniforms.  

    All players are guaranteed playing time so this is a good time to get involved and get in the game.

  • Riggs 29th in state amateur

    Former Oldham County golfer Taylor Riggs finished 29th last week in the Clark’s Pump ‘n’ Shop Marathon Kentucky Amateur.

    Riggs shot a 1-over 217 at the event, which was held at Cherry Blossom Golf and Country Club in Georgetown.

    The Eastern Kentucky University golfer fired back-to-back 71’s the final two rounds after scoring 75 the first day.

    He finished 13 shots behind tournament champion Tom Campbell of Danville.

  • Brown wins at Tates Creek

    Oldham County golfer Michael Brown fired a 4-over 76 to win the 15-16 boys division of the Mussellman-Dunne Junior Golf Tour event June 19 at Tates Creek Golf Course in Lexington.

    The La Grange native won the event by one stroke, earning 200 points toward the summer championship.
     

  • South hosting basketball camp

    South Oldham boys basketball camp for students in grades 6-8 during the 2013-14 school year is July 7-11.

    Camp for students in grades 1-5 during the 2013-14 school year is July 14-18.

    Each camp runs from 8:30 a.m. to noon each day.

    Cost is $60 if paid in advance, $70 at the door.