Today's News

  • 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


  • Trusting in one another

     We have the joy and privilege of living with three dogs: Sadie, a lhasa apso; Stella, a Cavalier King Charles spaniel and Tigger, a maltipoo.  Sadie is the alpha dog, the most independent of the three and usually finds her own place to be.   Invariably, Stella and Tigger will rest together, their heads bowed to each other, their small frames limp.

  • An Honor to serve

    By Jack Conway

     Serving as Kentucky’s 49th Attorney General has been an honor and a privilege.   I am incredibly proud of what we have accomplished together since I took office eight years ago.  I’ve kept my promises to you, and it’s been my honor to fight for you, to protect Kentucky families and to move this state forward.

  • Thirty days hath September

     You would think four decades after learning the poem that contains this line, I would remember which months have 30 days. But I don’t, so I have to recite it each time. And not just mentally recite it; I actually say it out loud, albeit under my breath.   

    They say that in kindergarten you learn everything you need to know in life.  I’d have to agree. 

  • 2015 Winter Sports Preview - Wrestling: Colonels and Mustangs return deep rosters aiming for state

    Oldham County had its first state champion in 12 years last year with Alex McIntosh and had a strong showing on the podium overall at state.

    McIntosh is now a senior along with Brady and Max Emerson, who each placed on the podium at the KHSAA state championships last year in Lexington.

    That strong performance and another deep and talented roster has the Colonels ready to make another run.