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Today's News

  • Johnson arrested on additional sex charges

     

  • Liberty Elementary Marks 90 Years

     Students and teachers at Liberty Elementary School celebrated the school’s 90th Birthday this past week. They signed a wall in Liberty Elementary designed to be a birthday cake and the school had events all last week for their birthday, including wearing 90 things in one day and dressing like an 90-year-old day.

  • Johnson case sent to Grand Jury

     Cases involving allegations a La Grange man possessed child pornography and sexually abused a minor are heading to a grand jury.

    Richard Wayne Johnson, 35, has been charged with 14 counts of possession of child pornography and one count each of incest, sexual abuse of a minor and sodomy.

    A previous charge of rape of a minor was dismissed.

    Johnson appeared in court Wednesday for a pre-trial hearing on his two separate cases. District Court Judge Diana Wheeler heard testimony from two KSP detectives who worked each case of charges against Johnson.

  • CUB Player of the Week

    The CUB Bank Player of the Week for Oldham County High School Football is Ross Gravig. Ross is pictured here with Chuck Harper of CUB Bank.

  • Johnson Arrested Again on Sex Charges

    A La Grange man has been arrested for a second time in two weeks for offenses relating to sex crimes.

    Richard Wayne Johnson, 35, was arrested a second time last week on four charges, including rape, sodomy, incest with a minor and sexual abuse.

    Johnson was originally arrested Sept. 17 on allegations he distributed and possessed child pornography.  Johnson was released on $10,000 bond and ordered not to have unsupervised contact with anyone under the age of 18.

  • OC Football snaps losing streak

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – Playing in a torrential downpour, Oldham County was able to wash away a three-game losing skid Friday night.

    The Colonels turned in a dominating performance, rushing for 370 yards in a 33-0 blowout of North Bullitt before a sparse crowd at C.T. Collins Field.

    “It’s good, I’m glad that we got it after three losses,” quarterback James Harding said. “It feels like we’re playing well now.”

    The biggest play of the game came on the defensive side for the Colonels.

  • Leghart & Meyer win Grand Slam

     

  • Public Records, Sept. 26

    Grand Jury indictments Sept. 2013

     

    Gail G. Kelley, 1961: Murder, a capital offense; Tampering with Physical Evidence, Class D Felony and Persistent Felony Offender in the Second Degree.

     

  • This Week's Schedule

     

  • Sports Briefs, Sept. 26

    NOMS XC Wins in Franklin County

    The NOMS girls and boys dominated the Franklin County Invitational meet on Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park, with both teams claiming first place.  Avery Fryman won the girls race (3,000 meters) with a time of 11:42.

     

    Top Girls Finishers:

    Avery Fryman, 1st

    Ainsley Cooper, 6th

    Meredith Yurt, 7th

    Reagan Lacey, 8th

    Gwen Moore, 10th

    Libby Foster, 11th

    Rachel Scherer, 12th

     

    Top Boys Finishers: