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Today's News

  • Education in brief Jan. 19, 2017

    Dean’s list at Ohio Wesleyan University
    Alexis Roberts of Louisville, has been named to the 2016 fall semester dean’s list at Ohio Wesleyan University.
    To earn dean’s list recognition, Ohio Wesleyan students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale in all applicable classes.
    Cumberlands confers degrees

  • Osborne sworn in as House speaker pro tempore

    Representative David Osborne was sworn in as House Speaker Pro Tempore on Jan. 3 in Frankfort. Osborne, from Prospect, is the first Republican in history to serve as House Speaker Pro Tempore. Osborne has served in the House since 2005 and joins Speaker Jeff Hoover as a constitutional officer.

  • What would jesus do with cell phones?

    Our youth group was going through security at an airport on their way to a mission trip. The TSA agent stopped the youth minister with a bit of shock on his face and asked, “Where are all the cell phones?” The youth minister proudly explained that our youth group is an electronic free zone. He smiled and said, “cool!”

  • The path to peace

    For most of my life, I have been seeking internal peace. The Christian scriptures call it “the peace that passeth understanding.”
    Growing up in the church, I was taught that it was something one could attain if they were diligent. But no matter how hard I prayed or worked, or how diligently I followed the rules, true inner peace was never to be found.

  • Places to rejuvenate

    I am an extrovert and draw great energy from being around others. I spend a lot of time giving talks, raising money for Hosparus and consoling and counseling folks. At times I have to get away from all of the above, too. Sometimes it just means going to places that make me feel good. Our world abounds with quiet, free sources of revitalization.

  • Boys Basketball: North Oldham defeats Anderson County

    All five North Oldham starters scored in double-figures as the Mustangs defeated Anderson County 92-83 on Tuesday. Zach Wheeler scored a team-high 28 points and Jalen Henry scored in double-figures for the fourth consecutive game, finishing with 21 points.

  • Girls Basketball: South Oldham defeats Seneca

     After starting the season 3-3, South Oldham girls basketball has won nine of their last 11 games and heads into a district match up with Trimble County on Thursday night.

  • Ballingers face new fight

    Over the past two months Oldham County High School sophomore Tristan Ballinger and his family have overcome every obstacle thrown at them after the 16-year-old was critically injured in an accident.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham County defeats North Oldham

    Oldham County picked up its second win over a district rival in seven days, this time, defeating host North Oldham 76-63. All five Colonel starters scored in double figures as Oldham County outlasted North Oldham in a back-and-forth game that was as close as one possession until the final four minutes when Oldham County closed out the fourth quarter on a 14-4 run.

  • Girls Basketball: Oldham County defeats North Oldham

    A week ago, Oldham County allowed a season-high 63 points in a home loss to South Oldham. With a slight change to its defense, the Lady Colonels put together statistically, the best defensive performance of their season, holding North Oldham to a season-low 31 points in a District 29 match up.