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Today's News

  • Volleyball: Dunbar sweeps Dragons

    CRESTWOOD – Paul Laurence Dunbar showed Thursday night why it was ranked No. 7 in the state preseason coaches’ poll.

    The Lady Bulldogs won a tight first game, 25-20, before claiming 25-13 and 25-18 game victories in a sweep of South Oldham.

    The Lady Dragons (1-1) suffered their first loss after sweeping Fern Creek Monday night.

  • Boys golf: North wins tri-match

    PROSPECT – North Oldham shot a nine-hole 158 (+14) to take a tri-match against Oldham County and South Oldham Thursday at Nevel Meade Golf Course.

    North’s Mason Lenhart shot the day’s best round, firing a 37 (+1). Next were Tyler Reller (39 +3) and Michael Vissing and Crosby Cameron (41, +5).

    OC (178, +34) edged out South (179, +35) for second place.

    Grant Larimore led the Colonels with a 42 (+6). Following Larimore were Michael Brown (43, +7), Grayson Willard (44, +8) and Matthew Crobmie (49, +13).

  • Field hockey preview: Sport is KHSAA-sponsored for first time

    North Oldham and South Oldham have been playing field hockey for awhile but this year both schools will compete for a KHSAA title for the first time.

    The state’s high school sports governing body announced earlier this year that field hockey will be an officially sponsored fall sport, starting this season.

    That move will hopefully create growth in the number of teams competing across the state, North coach Michelle Dixon said.

  • Bluegrass Cup: Kapp, Massey lead OC comeback

    BUCKNER – Oldham County was in danger of doing something in its season opener Wednesday that it didn’t do until the state semifinals one year ago – losing a game.

    But trailing Mercy 2-0 in the second half on their home field, the Lady Colonels took over.

    Sabrym Kapp scored two goals and Bethany Massey tallied a goal and two assists as OC beat the Jaguars 3-2 in a season-opening win.

  • Early childhood music program

    The Oldham County Schools Arts Center is excited to introduce their new Early Childhood Music Program for children ages 0-5. There will be two parent-child classes offered on Wednesday and Saturday mornings: Music for Babies and Toddlers (ages 0-2) and Music for Preschoolers (ages 3-5).

  • College and career night at South

    On Thursday, Aug. 28 high school students and their families in Oldham County are encouraged to attend the first in a series of College and Career Night Programs, “How to Select a College and Get Useful Information at the Regional College Fair.”

    The program will be from 7 to 8 p.m. in the South Oldham High School cafeteria.

  • St. Francis opens new gym on Goshen campus
  • Public Records August 21

    La Grange Police Arrests

    Aug. 16 -- Melinda A. Jenkins, 43, Louisville, was arrested for operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/drugs first offense, possession of open alcohol beverage container in motor vehicle, disregarding traffic control device-traffic light.

     

    Aug. 16 -- Anthony M. Hernandez, 18, Louisville, was arrested for speeding 10 mph over, operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol under 21, failure of owner to maintain required insurance first offense.

     

  • Cauley Foundation joins Oldham County Community Foundation

    Elizabeth Cleland Cauley, known to her friends as Betty, was passionate about animals and the environment. A passionate supporter and contributor to Oldham County Animal Control and the Oldham County Humane Society, Betty established a private foundation after her husband, Tom, passed away in the 1990’s to ensure that funds were set aside to provide annual support for the causes she held dear.

  • Battle of Perryville latest topic in author series

    “The Battle of Perryville was Kentucky’s most important battle,” according to author Stuart W. Sanders, former executive director of the Perryville Battlefield Preservation Association. But he also goes on to say that “Maney’s Brigade played the most critical part.”

    Sanders has spent countless hours researching Perryville and the battle that took place on Oct. 8, 1862. It was there that 40,000 Union and Confederate soldiers clashed in Kentucky’s largest Civil War battle.