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Today's News

  • Community Briefs, Sept. 19th

     Spaghetti Dinner Planned

    Troop/Pack 167 will host a Spaghetti Dinner on September 21 at 5 p.m. at the Crestwood United Methodist Church. There will be a Spaghetti Dinner, Kid’s Carnival and Silent Auction to raise funds for Boy Scout Troop 167 and Cub Scout Pack 167. For more information, please call Sue Bird at  502-243-1429.

     

    Benefit for Nature Preserve Upcoming

  • Keep a balanced lifestyle

     Over the last three weeks I have looked at the importance of seeing our work as a Christian calling, not just a job. If God has a plan for your life then God wants to use the vocation He gives you as a meaningful part of your service and ministry to Jesus Christ. I hope you have thought about your work in new and meaningful ways and have found ways to work for the Lord while you work to provide for your family. I have one last message I want to share. Last, but not least.

  • Public Records, Sept. 19th

     Ksp ARRESTS SEPt. 2-19, 2013

     

    Sept. 4: Keegan S. Berry, 24, Campbellsburg-Probation Violation

    Sept. 7: Walter V. Taylor, 42, Bedford-DUI 3rd, Possession of Open Container

    Sept. 10: David Franklin, 32, Pleasureville-Assualt, 4th degree, minor injury

     

    Oldham County
    Property Transfers 
    sEPT. 9-13, 2013

     

  • Antiques and Primitives

     On Saturday, Discover Downtown La Grange (DDL) hosted the first Antiques and Primitives on the Track. Business on Main Street held open door and sidewalk sales, while vendors set up shop along the closed roadway. The new event was well received, according to DDL Director Nancy Griffin. “The merchants and vendors were very pleased and we’ve already been asked to do it again.”

  • Citizens Union Bank released from consent order with FDIC

     Citizens Union Bank of Shelbyville (CUB) announced that it has received notice from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions (KDFI) which formally terminates the Consent Order the Bank entered into with the regulators in January 2010.

    A Consent Order is a formal agreement between banks and regulators designed to help address improving certain areas of a bank such as credit quality, capital, earnings and liquidity.

  • Motorists advised of possible delays on area roadways

     There will be construction work on Interstate 71 in Oldham County as contract crews will begin work this week to install median cable barriers between mile points 15 and 17.8.

    Lane closures are possible on southbound I-71 in Oldham County between mile points 15 and 17.8 on weeknights from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. the following morning and on weekends from 7 p.m. on Friday until 5 a.m. on Monday. 

    Shoulder closures are possible 24 hours/day.

    Motorists should be cautious in the following areas as well:

  • Parenting seminar offered

     The Kosair Charities Children’s Peace Center at Our Lady of Peace, part of KentuckyOne Health, will host a free seminar for parents in Oldham County on managing difficult childhood behaviors as part of the Peace for Parents series.

    The seminar will be presented by Kim Dwyer-Moore, a board certified behavior analyst with Our Lady of Peace and will provide information on managing difficult childhood behaviors at home and school. 

    The next seminar will take place on October 15 at 6:30 p.m. at Crestwood Elementary, 6500 Kentucky 146.

  • Flying Cross Farm Horse Trials

     Over 200 competitors from 15 states and Canada converged on the Flying Cross Horse Farm in Skylight this past weekend. Riders and horses competed in three events: dressage, stadium jumping and cross country. In its 13th year, the Horse Trials have had a waiting list for three years of hopeful competitors, who range in age from 10 to 70+.

  • The Hermitage Classic

     In its second year, the 2013 Hermitage Classic drew 36 competitors to its ever evolving course. Much like the events held at the Flying Cross Farm Horse Trials, riders must compete in three events: dressage, marathon and cones. The primary difference is that these course events are completed with the horse, or team of two horses, pulling a cart with a driver and sometimes a passenger. 

  • County title up for grabs

     North Oldham came within one point of repeating as county champs last season.

    The Mustangs had already beat Oldham County 16-10 and needed a win over South Oldham, a team it had beat four out of the five previous years, to win the unofficial county title.

    But South pulled off a dramatic 43-42 double overtime win over the Mustangs, taking the Oldham County crown for itself.