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Today's News

  • Local band plays at Forecastle

    Last weekend, Louisville hosted Forecastle, a three-day musical festival that in the past played host to artists such as Outkast, Jack White, Bassnectar, The Avett Brothers and DEVO.  This year, though, the lineup included Oldham County punk rock band, White Reaper.  
    The band, which is composed of Tony Esposito on guitar and vocals, Ryan Hater on keyboards, Nick Wilkerson on drums and Sam Wilkerson on bass, released their self-titled debut EP in 2014 and has since grown immensely in popularity.  

  • Dusting off and doctoring the resume
  • Public Records

    KSP Arrests
    Nichole L. Bishop-Cooley, 33, Bedford – arrested July 16 on Crystal Drive in La Grange by Trooper McCormick for DUI first-aggravated, wanton endangerment first-police officer, wanton endangerment first, no registration plates, reckless driving and no registration receipt

    La Grange Police
    William C. Powell, 24, La Grange — arrested July 13 for reckless driving, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol first offense and failure of owner to maintain required insurance first offense

  • Can my cross be padded and a bit smaller?
  • Gallery 104 honors Logan
  • Report flooding of homes to Emergency Mgmt.
  • Kaden goes to camp

    Pictured is Kaden Riggle, who attended session five of the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys and Girls Ranch. Also pictured are Oldham County Deputies Tom Cecil and Tim Kehl, who transported the campers, and Ranch Head Counselor Kayla Mayfield. Submitted Photo.

  • 2015 Oldham County Day

    Oldham County Day was hosted on Saturday by Project Guild. Booths, bands, families and even a parade filled the streets of La Grange. Float winners were: Commercial Floats:
    1st: Conagra Foods; 2nd: Hometown Pizza; 3rd. All About Kids; Non-Commercial Floats: 1st: Oldham County Public Library;  2nd: Oldham County FFA; 3rd. Trust For Life, Organ Donor Registry.

  • Chamber members meet with President

    The president of AT&T Kentucky visited with Oldham County business leaders at the Chamber Top Investor Roundtable last week. Photo submitted by Oldham County Chamber and Economic Development

  • Community briefs

    Interstate 71 Exit 14 to be closed July 24-August 5
     
    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 5 Office advises motorists that the Interstate 71 North ramp to KY 329 (Exit 14) in Oldham County will be closed for concrete pavement replacement from July 24 through August 5.
    KYTC awarded a contract to Hall Contracting of Kentucky, Inc. to remove and replace the deteriorated concrete pavement at the exit ramp on I-71 North at KY 329 in Crestwood.  The contract amount for this project is $660,000.