One local group thinks it’s time for Christian leaders in the workplace to shine.
Meeting mid-afternoon, SHINE is a local collection of businesspeople who meet during their lunch breaks to explore the role of their faith in the workplace.
In January, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) approved 209 growers to raise up to 12,800 acres of industrial hemp for research purposes in Kentucky. Six of those farms are in Oldham County, doubling the amount of participants in the county from last year.
While many other sporting events were canceled because of frigid temperatures on Tuesday, the Oldham County girls lacrosse team played in nearly unbearably conditions in Buckner. Mercy defeated the Lady Colonels 9-7.
The Oldham County Public Library opened its Play2Go exhibit at the main branch in La Grange on March 3. The exhibit is a collaboration between the library and the Kentucky Science Center that takes the popular Science in Play exhibit and shrinks it down to portable size. Play2Go is a mobile exhibit designed for local libraries across the state which was previously unboxed at Woodford County.
In an effort to stop semi trucks from stranding themselves on Crestwood’s railroad crossings, Fiscal Court passed a resolution to reclassify the road, taking it off GPS and map applications for truckers.
When it comes to grants, locally active charities have an opportunity close to home.
The Oldham County Fiscal Court Grant committee was established last year to help local organizations meet their needs and introduce new programs.