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Today's News

  • Public Records - Dec. 17, 2015

     La Grange Police

     

    Joshua Hodge, 26 of Louisville – arrested Nov. 25 on bench warrants for failure to signal, reckless driving, failure of owner to maintain insurance, and DUI

     

    Clinton L. Riggs, 38 of Elizabethtown - cited and released Nov. 25 for operating on suspended operator’s license and failure to produce insurance card

     

  • Swim: Oglesby wins gold in 100- and 200-butterfly at U.S. Junior Nationals

    North Oldham senior Grace Oglesby set another record at last weekend’s U.S. Junior National Championships in Atlanta.

    Oglesby won gold and set the meet record in the 100-butterfly in 52.41 while also taking first place in the 200-butterfly in 1:55.39. 

    Ogelsby’s sweep at junior nationals helped her Cardinal Aquatics team finish eighth out of 105 scoring teams for their first top 10 finish at nationals.

  • Wrestling: North Oldham wins Franklin Duals, beats South at home tri-match

    North Oldham wrestling had its best weekend of the young season with a sweep at the Franklin County Duals last Saturday. The Mustangs went 5-0 with wins over Trinity, Grant County and Campbell County in their pool. North defeated host Franklin County 61-15 in the semifinal and handled Dixie Heights 67-13 in the finals.

    The tournament win was the first outright victory for North this year after tightly competitive matches in previous weeks.

  • Cross Country: Dowdy places 38th at national championships

    South Oldham senior Cole Dowdy had a race he’d like to forget, but experienced a trip he’ll always remember.

    Dowdy didn’t have his best race at last Saturday’s Foot Locker Cross Country National Championships in San Diego, finishing 38th out of 40 runners invited to the national event. Dowdy finished the race in 16:25, a minute slower than his record time set at Kentucky Horse Park in November (15:20) to win the Class 3-A individual championship.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham County searching for consistent energy

    BUCKNER — Fresh off a dominating victory to open district play, Oldham County discovered its energy level is key for four quarters — and possibly more — to win night in and night out.

    The Colonels met their toughest match last Saturday night in the Ronald McDonald House Classic in Buckner when they hosted Valley.

  • Boys Basketball: South Oldham moves to 5-0 after dominant win at Trimble County

    BEDFORD – South Oldham jumped out on Trimble County from the tip off and never looked back on its way to an 89-25 victory Monday night in Bedford.

    Trenton Bouvet led the Dragons with 15 points and Jacob Bray added 14 as the Dragons moved to 5-0 on the young season and 1-0 in District 29 play. South remembered how last year’s district play started with a loss to Trimble County and made it a mission to avoid complacency no matter how wide the margin.

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Dragons facing ups and downs of strength of schedule

    CRESTWOOD — South Oldham is still finding its way through the early part of the season with ups and downs in its confidence level.

    The Lady Dragons entered this week with a 2-3 record with wins over Henry County and Carroll County, but have suffered three double-digit losses.

  • Girls Basketball: Lady Colonels hoping to get over hump in search for first win

    BUCKNER — Oldham County coach Brian Hood admits he’s never lost six games in a row in his basketball career. But that’s exactly what he’s facing as the first-year coach of the Lady Colonels.

    Oldham County (0-6, 0-1 District 29) has been on the cusp of victory in most games this year, but the Lady Colonels have yet to get over the hump.

  • Historical Society Director honored as Oldham County’s top resident

    Nancy Sterns Theiss has worn many different hats in her lifetime.
    She has lived in Oldham County most of her life, amd some would say Theiss is one of the most accredited individuals they know in the entire county.
    Not only is Theiss knowledgeable in county history as the executive director of the Oldham County Historical Society, she also has a background in environmental science and obtained her Ph.D. all while raising a family.

  • SOHS student brings gun to school, arrested

     A student at South Oldham High School was arrested Dec. 3 for unlawful possession of a weapon on school property, possession of a handgun by a minor and terroristic threatening.  

    The student, whose name has not been released, allegedly brought a handgun to school on Dec. 1 and Dec. 2, according to press releases from Oldham County Schools and the Oldham County Police.