Today's News

  • Talk begins on four-county loop

    By: Tom Barr  

  • Pick a book, exchange a book, leave a book

     When David wants to read a new book, he only needs to walk out the door of Apple Patch Community, Inc. and across the parking lot to a small, outdoor library full of a variety of books.

  • Boys Basketball: Waggener gets by North

    North Oldham boys basketball couldn’t hold onto a slender fourth quarter as Waggener went on a 9-0 run to claim a 66-58 victory Tuesday night in Goshen. Dylan Yates had a team-high 18 points while Justin Rose scored 16 points for the Mustangs. Cole Fischer added 10 points.

  • 85-year-old loses everything in fire

     On Dec. 27, the home that Francis Walters has lived in for over 50 years caught on fire in La Grange.

    “Momma made it with nothing but her purse,” Walters' daughter, Sylvia Walters said.

    Walters' son was also able to make it out of the fire at 202 South Third Street. Neither sustained any injuries, but lost everything in the fire.

  • Boys Basketball: Butler outlasts South

    A barrage of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter allowed Butler boys basketball to remain undefeated as it down South Oldham 60-52 in the championship game of the Jeff and Julie Beyke Classic hosted in Crestwood Friday night.

    Devin Young had a team-high 16 points and 11 rebounds while Sam Beard added 12 points for South Oldham.

  • Girls Basketball: South vanquishes Southern

    South Oldham girls basketball led the entire game as it defeated Southern 73-31 Friday in the final day of the Southern Holiday Jamboree. Payton Herold finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds and five assists while Maggie Smith had 10 points and five rebounds. Lexi Von Feldt had a team-high 11 rebounds along with eight points.

  • Boys Basketball: North outlasts E'town

    When the lead needed to be protected, North Oldham’s defense held firm and Layne McIntosh made four three throws in the final minute, which held off a feverish comeback as North Oldham boys basketball defeated Elizabethtown (E’town) 71-64 in the final day of the Middletown Holiday Classic tournament hosted at Eastern High School Friday.

  • City of La Grange proposes 55k mayor salary again

     During a special called meeting on Dec. 28, the City of La Grange proposed a $42,520 salary increase for the mayor of La Grange again - but this time, without benefits.

    The mayor of the City of La Grange currently makes $12,480. The proposed ordinance would increase that salary to $55,000.

  • Boys Basketball: South edges McCracken County

    South Oldham boys basketball weathered a strong run by McCracken County to begin the second half as the Dragons won 70-54 in the second round of the Jeff and Julie Beyke Classic hosted in Crestwood. Devin Young had a team-high 18 points and six rebounds while Peyton Hicks scored 14 points along with eight rebounds. Jake Vincent added 15 points.

  • Boys Basketball: George Rogers Clark slips by North

    After four ties and six lead changes in the final six-and-a-half minutes, Will Philpott grabbed an offensive rebound and made a game-winning lay up as time expired to give George Rogers Clark boys basketball a 60-58 victory over North Oldham Wednesday in the first round of the City of Middletown Holiday Classic hosted by Eastern High School.