Today's News

  • Crestwood residents witness plane fire

     Crestwood residents Keith and Barbara Ruschival were returning from vacation when they were delayed at the Fort Lauderdale, Fla. airport by emergency services responding to a plane on fire that was supposed to be leaving for Venezuela, South America. This event was also featured on national news.

  • Ribbon cutting

     The Oldham County Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development held a ribbon cutting on Wed., Nov. 8, for Eberle Orthodontics. The event celebrated the business’ new La Grange location at 2311 S. Highway 53. 

  • The Thanksgiving Problem
  • Nine tips for staying safe at home

     Falls are the top cause of home injuries, sending over one million Americans a year to an emergency department for treatment.

  • LMPD graduates two Oldham residents

     Leah Abell and Andrew Petty, both of La Grange and graduates of OCHS, have joined “Louisville’s finest.” They graduated from the Louisville Metro Police Academy, Class 32 at a ceremony held Nov 20. Petty also attended University of Louisville and Abell has a bachelor’s degree from Murray State University and a masters degree from Eastern Kentucky University.

  • History Center plans wreath-making class

     Fresh cut wreaths are a great way to spruce up a door or window for the holidays, and a freshly-scented centerpiece is always a warming welcome into any home. 

    Join in the fun at the Oldham County History Center by learning to make simple centerpieces and wreaths from fresh cut cedar and pine gathered from an Oldham County farm. 

  • Ms. Preteen competes at State Fair

     Payton Schindler, our own 10-year-old Miss Preteen Oldham County Fair, competed in the Kentucky County Fair State Pageant 2015. Payton was number 22 in the group of close to 90 girls vying for the state title.  Although she didn’t capture the crown this time, Payton did an excellent job of representing the county.

  • Community in Brief - Nov. 26, 2015

     Glen Oaks Holiday Bazaar

    The Glen Oaks Holiday Bazaar will be held on Saturday, Dec. 5, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Glen Oaks Country Club, 10601 Worthington Lane in Prospect.


    Fastline promotes Arterburn

    Fastline Publications announces that Susan Arterburn has transitioned into a new role at the company.

  • Simba, the cat

     During some major life changes over the past several months, seven-year-old Hudson Charles has become very attached to one remaining constant: Simba, the cat.  He lavishes love on him, carries him everywhere and talks to him about his problems.  

  • “Nemo dat quod not hat”

     “You cannot give away what you do not have yourself” or in Latin “Nemo dat quod not hat” is a wonderful spiritual principle I learned years ago in my seminary education.  We must constantly learn and take care of ourselves first to be good for others.