Today's News

  • The grieving process

     Years ago when I served in parish ministry I used to visit all of my parishioners’ homes.  It was a great way to get to know people, do a parish census and find out what the real needs were.

  • Kasbah to rooftop: finding peace

    By Ginger Lumpkin

     I can’t stop smiling. 

    It started when I rode that camel on the beach in Morocco, and continued as I followed my intuition wherever it led. 

  • Pratt: Take time to listen to old stories from those who tell them

    This one is for you young folks.

    Always take the opportunity to listen to stories from those who can tell them.

    As a writer, it’s sort of a personal itch I’ve always had going back to joining the old men at “the round table” of my grandfather’s restaurant every morning in my high school days.

  • Softball: North uses hot bats to rout South 16-7

    CRESTWOOD — A young North Oldham team showed explosive offense to win its third straight by routing South Oldham 16-7 on Tuesday.

    Senior Erin Parker was perfect at the plate, going 3-for-3 with five RBIs and two runs while the Lady Mustangs scored in all but one inning.

    Madisyn Eads drove in three runs and split pitching duties with Anna Maiocco for three innings a piece as North Oldham used its entire roster in the winning effort.

  • Football: Cates sings with Alderson Broaddus
  • Baseball: Dragons earn third shutout with 9-0 win over Bullitt East

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham is picking up right where it left off last year with a little help along the way.

    The Dragons are off to a hot start with stingy defense and solid at-bats with its most recent win coming in a 9-0 home shutout over Bullitt East on Monday.

    That win gave South Oldham its third shutout this season and its fourth game with more than eight runs scored for a 5-1 record.

  • Softball: North Oldham earns first road win at Oldham County with 9-5 victory

    BUCKNER — A new-look North Oldham softball team is putting aside the idea that 2016 is a rebuilding year. The Lady Mustangs extended their win streak to five with a solid day at the plate in a 9-5 victory at Oldham County Tuesday.

    The win for North Oldham (5-1, 2-0 District 29) was just the school’s third win over Oldham County and the first for the Lady Mustangs on the road in Buckner.

    North now has sole possession of first place in District 29 with the win over Oldham County (7-3, 1-1).

  • Schools compete in culinary contest

     Three teams representing high schools and educational centers from across Kentucky met in Louisville on March 12 for the first annual Kentucky ProStart Competition, hosted by the Kentucky Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (KRAEF).

  • Education in Brief - March 24, 2016

     SFS performs Greek comedy

    The National Youth Arts award-winning St. Francis Drama Project proudly presents “The Birds.” 

    This ancient Greek comedy written by Aristophanes features beaks, feathers, comedy, classical and modern music, clueless gods and even a little romance. Show times are Friday, March 25, Tuesday, March 29, and Wednesday, March 30 at 6:30 p.m., and a Saturday, March 26, 2 p.m. matinee.

  • Oldham County Students study in China

    A group of 12 students from The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky, inlcuding Logan Parker and Alex Banaszak, both juniors from Oldham County High School, and Aaron Kirtland, a junior from South Oldham High School, traveled to China during WKU’s spring break to study its changing energy policy, as well as the country’s architectural development.