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Today's News

  • OC girls start year with No. 4 Manual

    A lot of teams across the state are starting their seasons next week with “warm-up” games in order to get a stress-free win or two under their belts.

    Oldham County’s girls won’t be one of those teams.

    The Lady Colonels will host preseason No. 4 DuPont Manual at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Buckner. OC will be facing a Lady Crimson team that’s won Region 7, one of the state’s toughest regions, three straight years.

    Manual was state runner-up in 2010-11, state champ in 2011-12 and a state semifinalist last season.

  • Reed honored as District 5 Coach of the Year

    South Oldham football had one of its most successful seasons in program history this fall.

    For that, the Dragons’ head coach has received some hardware.

    Jamie Reed was named the Class 5A, District 5 Coach of the Year for his efforts in helping the Dragons to an 8-4 season that included a regular season district title.

    This year marked the first outright district title in Dragons history and the first award of this kind for Reed, he said.

  • PSN announces basketball coverage

    The Pegasus Sports Network (www.pegasussportsky.com) has announced its broadcast schedule for the 2013-14 high school basketball season.

  • Dunn named Region 6 Coach of the Year

     

  • East Oldham hoops wins

     

  • High school results, schedule Nov. 28

    high school results

     

    Football

    11/22 Collins 42, North Oldham 14

     

    Boys Swimming

    11/23 Fern Creek Invitational – No. 1 North

    Oldham 97, No. 2 South Oldham 77.5

     

    Girls Swimming

    11/23 Fern Creek Invitational – No. 1 North

    Oldham 80, No. 4 South Oldham 53

     

    this week’s schedule

     

  • Crash disrupts traffic in Crestwood

    A tractor trailer crashed into a telephone pole at the intersection of Highway 22 and Highway 329, causing traffic delays around Crestwood.

    The truck, diverted from Interstate 71 due to accidents there, broke a telephone pole in two places. The driver, who was enroute from Pennsylvania to Louisville, turned off of Highway 22 right onto Highway 329 when he struck the pole in front of Dairy Queen. 

    There were no major power problems as a result of the accident and the driver suffered no injuries. 

  • La Grange Farmers Market & Artisans Winter Bazaar

    Customers browsed booths at the Winter Market and Bazaar in La Grange Community Center. The market, hosted by La Grange Farmers Market and Artisans, features  a variety of farm fresh produce, crafts, baked goods, woodworking and other locally made and produced goods. The event will be held again on December 14, at the La Grange Community Center.

  • Please sponsor a child

    The Teddy Bear Tree is here!

    This holiday season the History Center is again partnering with the Tri-County Community Action Council to help brighten Christmas for children in the tri-county area.  

    Stop by during our regular business hours to choose a child to purchase gifts for this Christmas.  

    You may choose one child or an entire family, the choice is yours.  

    Gifts are due back to the Oldham County History Center Tuesday, Dec. 10.  

    If you have any questions please feel free to call us at 222-0826.

  • Five steps to create and keep a holiday budget

    The Better Business Bureau is urging consumers to create a holiday budget this season! Mapping out your spending in November will help ease the strain of a financial holiday hangover in January. Creating a budget, and being disciplined enough to follow it, is one of the best ways to avoid overspending during the holidays. Here are the steps to creating a holiday budget: