Today's News

  • Working in state

     As a senator, my job requires that I spend many hours in Washington, but Kentucky is my home and I make it a priority to be in the state when the Senate is not in session.  

  • Rapid Reaction: South defeats Oldham County

    With district tournament seedings on the line, South Oldham baseball defeated Oldham County 4-0 Wednesday night in Crestwood to take a big step toward securing the top seed of the District 29 tournament. Brennan LaBarbera pitched into the sixth inning, holding Oldham County scoreless and drove in two runs.

  • Girls Lacrosse: South Oldham defeats North Oldham

    South Oldham girls lacrosse jumped out to a 9-1 lead in the first half against North Oldham and held off a feverish second half rally to win 13-8 in Goshen Tuesday night. Freshman Hailey Crittenden led the Lady Dragons with three goals while Caleigh Spoon, Trinity Danielson, BZ Janes, Megan Barnes and Riley Brashear added two goals apiece.

  • Rapid Reaction: South baseball defeats Oldham County

    South Oldham baseball picked up its second district win of the season behind a dominant performance by pitcher Will Moriarty. The senior threw a complete game as South Oldham defeated Oldham 3-2 Monday night in Buckner. Tanner Johnson went 1 for 2 with an RBI double and Moriarty added an RBI single while Oldham County's Tyler Morrison pitched a complete game.

  • Boys Lacrosse: South pushes passed North

    With a reworked offensive attack, South Oldham boys lacrosse defeated North Oldham 16-7 Friday night in Crestwood. Luke Niebrugge scored a game-high six goals while Trevor Chapman and Grant Prince added four goals apiece for the Dragons. Juniors Gavin Beauregard and Malachi Pyle combined to score five goals for North Oldham.

  • Sowell's swing creates special moment

    The unscripted nature of sports is what makes it so encapsulating to me and so many of its viewers. There are moments that seem to reverberate beyond the game that’s being played, and though those moments may be few and far between, they’re special.

  • April 2017 Living Treasure: Elbert Riley

    Transcript by Nancy Theiss, executive director, Oldham County History Center

    I was born January 28, 1937.  I was born the year when they had that big flood in Louisville.  

  • Resurrection disciples: Do you love me?

    Jesus has shown Peter the most amazing mountaintop experience that anyone can imagine. 

  • Interview with a master gardener

    In May 2016, 17 Oldham County Master Gardeners passed their exams and began volunteering throughout the community. 

    Paula State, of Crestwood, spearheaded a gardening project in the courtyard of Friendship Health and Rehab in Pewee Valley.

  • Crossroads IGA opens in Prospect

    The Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for the grand opening of Crossroads IGA in Prospect on April 12. The 12,000 square-foot store will feature grab and go meals, locally sourced produce and grocery essentials. The store is located at 13124 West Highway 42.