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Today's News

  • Collins named player of the week

    Citizens Union Bank, along with the Oldham County High School Football Program is happy to announce their sponsorship of the “Player of the Week” program. The week following each home football game, a presentation of a specially printed football with the school’s logo, the name of the team played, and the date of the game will be made to the Player of the Week, who has been chosen by the OCHS Head Football Coach Matt Brown.

  • Community Briefs, Sept. 26

    Arts & Crafts Day

    Sponsored by the Pewee Valley Woman’s Club Saturday, October 26, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pewee Valley Presbyterian Church Over 60 juried artists at this indoor location! Proceeds benefit Oldham County college scholarships. Artisans will also be at St. James Church, St Aloyusius Church and at 314 Exchange on Mt. Mercy Drive in Pewee Valley. We also encourage you to visit the Oldham County Fine Arts show in Buckner. Booths are still available. Information @ pvwcky.net or call Lee @ 502-241-73.

     

    Photography Contest

  • North beats South on PKs

     

  • Learning to trust the Lord

    God will go to great lengths to teach us to trust Him more. 

    This usually happens in the hardest times in our life, because we live in a fallen world, where sin, death and evil must be dealt with regularly in our lives. Life is hard! 

    It is during those hard times that we often turn to the Lord for strength.  This is a wise thing to do, for God desires to care for us, and draw us closer to Him. 

  • South boys beat OC

    South Oldham’s Christian Dehart wins the ball from an Oldham County opponent during the Dragons’ 4-1 win over Oldham County last Thursday in Buckner. Alex Benson, Christopher Martin, Daniel Weller and Christian Lister scored goals for South.

  • Biodynamic farming at Foxhollow

     

  • GSP Reunion

     

  • Discharge leads to angry resident

    Dave Lorenz grabs a stick and stirs up the water and silt in a creek running through his property and almost instantly a black cloud forms in the water before slowly drifting downstream.

    Lorenz then hikes a hundred yards upstream and stirs the water again but this time the color is noticeably not black. A few worried minnows swim away, fauna that is absent just a little way down the creek.

  • NOHS Students of the Month

     

  • New agreement would merge county GIS mapping system

    Fiscal Court’s IT Committee met on Sept. 17 to discuss a new inter-local agreement allowing the sharing of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) maps.