Today's News

  • Link connects lower to upperclassmen at SOHS

    It’s the first day of high school and a student gazes across a crowded cafeteria for a place to set his tray. He was almost worried until he found a familiar face in a blue shirt.

    The blue-shirted senior is the leader of a crew at South Oldham High School that specializes in making younger students feel welcome. Link began in 2011 led by Hallie Hunt, English teacher, and the program has been thriving ever since.

  • ‘The Ultimate Legacy’ to premiere at CityPlace

    CityPlace welcomes veterans, armed service members, cast, crew and the general public to the world premiere of “The Ultimate Legacy” on Friday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m.

  • Mackindsey’s Mitten Tree


    For another year, Mackindsey’s  Mitten Tree will be at Steve-O’s Italian Kitchen in Buckner, allowing Oldham County residents the opportunity to give to those in need of warmth during the winter.  

    The Mitten Tree, which is named in honor of organizer Debra Webster’s late granddaughter, Mackindsey Walker, has been at Steve-O’s since the restaurant opened.  

  • Beefing up business

     A local farm with an entrepreneurial spirit recently received a financial boost to expand its line of beef products.

    John Bednarksi and Dan Weintraub of Sherwood Acres, LLC were awarded a $49,750 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development office. Sherwood Acres was one of only seven recipients in Kentucky among 258 businesses nationwide awarded value-added producer grants totaling $34 million.

  • OCMS students learn about Spain through dance

     Southern Spain came to Crestwood this month when FlamencoSpanish classes of Flamenco Louisville performed various dance routines representing the southern region of Spain, known as Andalucía.  The Oldham County Art Center Stage resonated with distinct chants, claps, and guitar sounds reflecting the soulful system of dance and music.

  • Wedding Announcement

     Emily Lauren Susemichel wed Shannon Lee Baker on November 23 at 1 p.m. in La Grange, officiated by Gary Fields. The bride is from Louisville and the groom is from Morristown, Tenn.

  • Worthington Fire recognized for safety

     Earlier this week KEMI presented Chief Kevin Groody and other members of the department with a prestigious award for workplace safety. This is a tremendous accomplishment for a fire district considering the inherent risks associated with their role in the community, but we’re proud to say that Worthington Fire District is in an elite class by earning this recognition.

  • Community in brief - Dec. 3, 2015

     Bazaar for a cause

    The Red Hat Society at Providence Richwood presents a Holiday Bazaar on Wednesday, Dec. 9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be arts and crafts vendors, scarves made by residents, refreshments and more. Proceeds will benefit Kosair Children’s Hospital. Providence Richwood is located at 1012 Richwood Way in La Grange.


    TIME honors Crestwood dealer

  • A healthy fear of the Lord for Christmas

     Thanksgiving is behind us now and you are excited about Christmas because you’ve already got that spirit we all want to experience this time of year: Right?  What is the Christmas spirit anyway?  I think it is some feeling of joy we get because something happens that makes us feel more special than usual.  

  • Public Records

     KSP Arrests


    Jacqueline Vanegas — arrested Nov. 22 at exit 14 on I-71 northbound by Trooper Brewer for speeding, improper signal, possession of a open alcohol container, and DUI third


    La Grange Police