Forgot Password? | Not a User? Sign up
Your browser does not support iframes.
Oldham Era Staff Report
Planes, trains and automobiles were the subject of the day for the youngest students attending St. Francis School of Thought on Sept. 9.
On Aug. 17, Oldham County students returned to school for their first day. This year, Oldham County Schools will welcome 12,238 students for a school year scheduled to end June 1, 2017. The number has increased from 12,049 last school year.
Oldham County book lovers of all ages will be able to meet some of their favorite local authors at an Oldham County Library event.
The Main Library in La Grange will welcome 24 local writers for its first Author Fair.
Pictured is a graphic that includes tax rates for all of Oldham County. Click to enlarge.
A $10 fee could save a life, and a $10 gift on Sept. 15 could help keep a local charity alive.
The “aahs” and “oohs” of children could be heard throughout the library Wednesday before schools are typically released.
Although Oldham County finances will eventually have borrowed millions for construction of a new detention center, just over $1.2 million of the expenditures were returned Aug. 31.
La Grange Police
Yamil S. Escobar, 36 of Kannapolis, N.C. — cited and released Aug. 31 for improper turning and no operator’s license
Copyright © 2016
The Oldham Era is your source for local news, sports, events, and information in Oldham County and LaGrange, Kentucky, and the surrounding area.