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Firefighters in Oldham County went beyond their servant duties to help special needs children. Together, the six local departments raised nearly $150,000 for the WHAS Crusade for Children.
Whether they wanted to give playground equipment to Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve or not, Goshen City Council does not have an option, Mayor Bob Thacker said during the council’s May meeting.
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A Crestwood man was arrested May 29 while trying to flee the scene in a vehicle driven by his grandmother, according to a citation.
Though Rick Bissmeyer of the Oldham County Red Cross said he knew it was a cliché, he could not resist comparing his coworkers to a family.
An Oldham County tradition will continue June 18 as the South Oldham Lions Club sponsors the Crestwood Festival.
Ted Harley of La Grange was proud to boast the first red tomato reported to the Era this year.
Increased property value assessments indicate Oldham County Schools will receive nearly $600,000 in additional revenue during fiscal year 2016-17, compared to the prevoius fiscal year.
Rain, snow, sleet or hail, Nathan Crisp isn’t delivering the mail, but if school will be in session, he is standing outside North Oldham Middle School directing traffic.
Bob Reid built Boy Scout Troop 167 in Crestwood from the ground up and served as its Scoutmaster from its inaugural year in 1977 to 2006.
With a long history of forging community connections in her past, one Oldham Countian will be saying goodbye to the coworkers she came to know as a family.
Peggy Kilgore of the Oldham County Family YMCA has retired after 24 years of service to the local community.
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