Today's News

  • Westport man arrested for threatening to kill state officials

    A Westport man was arrested for several Facebook posts threatening to kill people, including state officials.

    Adrian Wayne Thompson, 34, allegedly posted on Facebook on Jan. 1 that he was going to start killing people.

  • Organizations speak out against jail fundraiser

     An organization that protested the Oldham County Detention Center last month is now calling on local nonprofits to withdraw from a fundraiser at the new jail and for Oldham County to cancel the event.

  • Boys Basketball: Butler blasts North

    A night after its reign of the only unbeaten team in the state ended, Butler boys basketball had a dominant performance against North Oldham, a 53-35 victory, in the Whitefield Down Syndrome Classic hosted at Whitefield Academy Saturday. Dylan Yates had a team-high 10 points while Justin Rose finished with seven points and six rebounds for North Oldham.

  • Girls Basketball: North clobbers Collegiate

    There wasn’t much rest for the weary in North Oldham girls basketball 10-day, six-game stretch that ended with a 56-34 victory over Collegiate Saturday in Goshen. The Mustangs led for a majority of the way as AT Proctor had a team-high 16 points while Sarah Fiorito and Caitlyn Chen finished in double figures with 11 points and 10 points, respectively.

  • Boys Basketball: South staves off Oldham

    South Oldham boys basketball answered every Oldham County momentum swing during the Colonels’ comeback attempt, coming away with a hard-earned 70-60 victory in Crestwood Friday night. The Dragons never relinquished their fourth quarter lead despite the Colonels closing the deficit to one possession five separate times in the final seven minutes.

  • Girls Basketball: South downs Oldham

    It took some time, but South Oldham girls basketball perimeter shooting found its moment and used it to defeat Oldham County 42-28 in Crestwood Friday night. Skylar Sahatjian had a game-high 16 points while Lexi Bowlden had nine points and 10 rebounds for South Oldham. Aliyah Swanson finished with eight points and Sophia Head added seven points for Oldham County.

  • Police say human trafficking Facebook post hasn't been reported

     A post on Facebook that has been shared over 380 times that states “beware of this couple believe to be involved in human trafficking seen yesterday in La Grange at Walmart,” has not been reported to police. 

    “We have no report of it, it’s all on Facebook,” La Grange Police Chief Frank Conway said.

  • South Oldham Middle School on 'soft' lockdown

     South Oldham Middle School was on a 'soft' lockdown on Friday morning as police and administrators investigated a threat that was sent over the school’s anonymous tip line last night.

    South Oldham Middle School has an anonymous see something, say something form through its school website.

  • Match ups in the rivalry

    The first of three intra-county rivalry basketball games tip off Friday night as South Oldham boys and girls basketball hosts Oldham County. The girls’ game begins at 6 p.m. and the boys’ game will follow.

  • $42k salary increase for Mayor of La Grange approved

    In a split vote, the La Grange City Council approved a $42,520 salary increase for the next mayor on Wednesday night.

    The Mayor of La Grange currently makes $12,480 a year. Starting on January 1, 2019, the mayor will make $55,000.