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Today's News

  • Work at love

     I have had the privilege and the honor of celebrating over a thousand weddings over the years with many wonderful couples.  My goal is to personalize each wedding by meeting with the couple several times, leading the rehearsal and officiating at the wedding ceremony. My wife and I find it very exciting meeting couples in love, pledging their love and commitment to one another.

  • A bridge to peace

    By Ginger Lumpkin

     Sometimes, when I am out and about, I realize that I am not quite ready to go home. And by “go home” I don’t mean die and go to heaven. I just mean I need to find some stillness within myself before jumping back into the midst of the household. 

  • Senator Ernie Harris' legislative update

    By Ernie Harris

     The success of a legislative session is often defined on an issue that emerges out of committee meetings, floor debates and rallies that punctuate the lawmaking process. Last year it was the heroin epidemic. This year Kentucky’s burgeoning pension crisis is the marque issue facing lawmakers.

  • Middle school academic teams compete in districts

     Oldham County Schools’ four middle schools were well-represented at district-level Governor’s Cup competitions as students compete in a variety of academic challenges.

  • Sawyer Blair named Presidential Scholar

     A South Oldham High School senior has been invited to apply for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, one of the nation’s highest honors for high school students.

    Sawyer Blair was selected based on his academic achievements and joins about 4,000 other students selected from across the country.

  • La Grange Rotary names students of the month

     The La Grange Rotary Club congratulates its January Students of the Month. On the left is Allison Lentz, a sophomore at the Arvin Career Center's Engineering Program. Center and right, Garrison Simpson, Jr. and Alli Hicks are both seniors at Oldham County High School.

  • Crestwood native to play in world premiere
  • Education in Brief - Feb. 4 2016

     Academic Honors

     

    JCTC dean’s list

    JCTC recently announced the dean’s list students for the fall 2015 semester.  Students must maintain full time status and a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher to be included.

  • Public Records - Feb. 4 2016

     La Grange Police

     

    Ella J. Whorton, 21 of La Grange —cited and released Jan. 20 for inadequate muffler; rear license not illuminated; no registration plates; no registration receipt; no other state registration receipt; failure to maintain required insurance; and failure to produce insurance card

     

  • Signing Day: Vaulk signs with Murray State

     

    CRESTWOOD — South Oldham senior Victoria Faulk signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Murray State on Wednesday.

    The Lady Dragons' top forward from 2015 led the team with 19 goals and was named All-District 29 and First-Team All-Region 8.

    Murray State won the Ohio Valley Conference tournament championship last season for the first time since 2009 with an overtime goal to defeat Southeast Missouri.