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Today's News

  • Math Night provides real-world practice

    You need 85 servings of Sprite for a party. Which would be the better deal, 12-packs or 2-liter bottles? If you need 36 eggs, how many cartons would you buy? These are the types of real-world math problems that students at Centerfield Elementary set out to solve on Tuesday, February 24.

      Nearly 300 families signed up to participate in the first annual Family Math Night at the La Grange Kroger, including third-grader Alexandra Jarvis, who says the event was “fun, but a challenge.”

  • Beginning Beekeeping

    The Oldham County Exttenstion Office will hold a beginning beekeeping class on Saturday, March 21 from 9 a.m.–2 p.m.

    There will be a $10 registration fee and it may be payable to Oldham County Extension. Lunch is included and space is limited and registration must be submitted to reserve a seat.

    The workshop location is 1815 N. Hwy. 393. Call (502) 222-9453 for more information.

    The event is sponsored by Oldham County Beekeepers Association and the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Colonels end season with 55-32 loss in regional tournament

     Oldham County girl’s basketball coach Jace Bryant hoped his team’s underdog mentality would give them the push they needed to put up a fight to Simon Kenton in the first round of the Region 8 Tournament. 

    But Simon Kenton took care of the underdog early and cruised to a 55-32 win over the Lady Colonels at Carroll County High School. The Lady Pioneers will play Shelby County in the 8th Region semifinals.

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Region 8 Tournament rescheduled

    Due to inclement weather, the boy's Region 8 Tournament games at Henry County that were scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday have been rescheduled for Saturday.

    The new schedule for Saturday, Mar. 7:

    10:00 a.m. - Grant Co. vs. Shelby Co.

    Noon - Oldham Co. vs. Gallatin Co.

    2:00 p.m. - North Oldham vs. Owen Co.

    4:00 p.m. - Collins vs. Simon Kenton

     

    The regional semifinals are still on schedule for Mar. 9 with the championship game set for Mar. 10.

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  • BOYS: Oldham smokes Trimble, heads to district final

    It took longer than expected, but Oldham County has its desired rematch with North Oldham in the district tournament finals.

     

    The Colonels (24-4) easily dispatched Trimble County (16-10) 77-31 in the first round of district play Wednesday night.

     

    Its senior leaders, Hayden Hawes and Connor Hicks, paced Oldham County in the first quarter en route to a 24-12 lead. But once Trimble packed packing in the middle and defending on the wings, the rest of Colonels took over and never looked back, leading by 25 at half.

     

  • GIRLS: Seniors send Oldham County to district finals

    One of the keys to any postseason run is having experienced players go above and beyond their play in the regular season.

     

    Which is why the Lady Colonels are heading to the district finals and South Oldham is heading home after a 63-45 defeat in the first round of the postseason Wednesday night.

     

    The Lady Colonels (13-15) relied heavily on seniors Jayla Davis, Kasey Wernert and Abigail Stewart, who scored 47 points combined for Oldham County.

     

  • Starry Night

    Inclement weather didn’t stop a full house from being present at the Mellwood Arts Center for Dancing with the Prospect Stars on Saturday. Kentucky State Sen. Ernie Harris took home the Mirror Ball Trophy and raised over $25,000 for Apple Patch. Jennifer Willis, dancing for USA Cares, was selected as People’s Choice and David Thurmond, dancing for Family Scholar House, was awarded the Judges’ Best Dancer trophy. Above, Thurmond, who danced for Family Scholar House, is introduced.

  • Home giveaway will allow for winner’s choice

     

    Some dream of winning the lottery and spending their fortune on a dream home, but the odds of that actually happening are extremely low.

    For the past three years, Live in Oldham County has increased the odds of winning a dream home with its Dream House Giveaway.

    This year, however, the contest winner will have a little more control of their winnings.

    In years past, a house was preselected by Live in Oldham County, but this year, the lucky winner can take his or her $200,000 prize to build their dream home in a sponsored neighborhood.

  • Spring Break still safe despite wintry week

    It wasn’t planned, but students of Oldham County Schools were the recipients of a winter break last week as snow and below-zero temperatures rocked the region.

    But those five days off will push an already delayed school calendar even further into June, OCS Communications Director Tracy Green said.

    OCS’ last day is now scheduled to be June 10, with all five days tacked on to the end of the current calendar. The original last day was June 3, thanks to a delayed start to the year due to renovations at Oldham County Middle School.