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Today's News

  • Boyers takes plea on rape charges

    A Pewee Valley woman has pleaded guilty to multiple counts of rape and sexual abuse stemming from a relationship with an underage male.

    Jessica Boyers pleaded guilty to more than 35 charges of either second-degree rape or first-degree sexual abuse during a hearing last Thursday.

    According to police and court records, Louisville Metro Police found Boyers on April 11, 2013 with an underage male in her vehicle. The male told police the two had sexual contact.

  • Public records

    La Grange Police Arrests

    Joseph Kozdemba, 56, was arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, 1st offense, possession of open alcoholic beverage container in motor vehicle prohibited, carrying a concealed weapon.

    Caressa K. Weathers, 27, was arrested for alcohol intoxication in a public place, 1st and 2nd offenses.

  • Artists shine at Gallery 104

    Gallery 104 has named Rebecca J. Burke Artist of the Month for April.
    Gallery 104 Executive Director Kathy Dowling described Burke in a release sent to The Oldham Era:
    “She is a freelance graphic designer by day, working with such clients as one-person start-ups to multi-million dollar corporations. Her true passion, however, lies with making Western-bound books and Japanese side-stitched notepads.”

  • Education briefs

    Park gains acclaim
    Darby Park resident Nancy LoGuidice, 16, current sophomore at Sacred Heart Academy in Louisville and former student of both Oldham County Middle and Bucker Elementary schools, has recently gained national acclaim as a member of the Student Voice Team who organized with other team members to advocate in the Kentucky Capitol for legislation which would allow a student to be appointed to a school board when it chooses a school district’s superintendent.
    NOHS students compete

  • Community briefs

    Cheese class offered at Extension
    Readers looking to learn the basics of cheese-making will have an opportunity on Thursday, March 26. At 1:15 p.m., Jane Proctor will be hosting “Cheese Basics.”
    The class will be held at the Oldham County Extension Office, 1815 N. Hwy 393 in Buckner. Proctor is a County Extension Agent for Family & Consumer Sciences in Trimble County.  Admission is free and the class is open to the public.

    Chamber group to meet in La Grange

  • How to kick but and use the gym as an antidepressant

     One month ago today, I finally did something I’ve always wanted to do.  I hired a personal trainer.  I have worked out sporadically over the years, but have a really hard time staying motivated. Out of the 16 years I have carried a membership, I have probably only spent a total of 36 hours at the gym.  This includes dropping kids off in the childcare center, socializing with other moms and spending extra time in the locker room so I could have a few minutes of peace before picking the kids up again.  

  • Massie: Innovation Act threatens American inventors

    By Rep. Thomas Massie

    At the Northern Kentucky Regional First LEGO League Robotics tournament last December, I marveled at the imagination and creativity displayed by so many young people.  In these students, I saw the spirit of ingenuity and a culture of invention that have been critical to our nation’s economic success for over two centuries. I was reminded of the competitions I participated in as a young inventor, and of the American spirit of innovation that inspired me to obtain 29 patents.

  • How does God want us to use our time, talents and treasures?
  • ROUNDING THE BASES: North Oldham dominates home opener; area scores & previews

     GOSHEN - In what was unfolding into a pure defensive game, all North Oldham needed was a spark to get going on offense.

    That spark turned into a wildfire.

    The Mustangs scored seven runs off of eight hits in the fifth inning to claim a 7-0 win over Fairdale Wednesday night in their home opener in Goshen.

  • TRACK & FIELD: OC working on depth to fill void left by successful 2014 team

     Oldham County already has the rust off its offseason belt with the Harry Gerschel Invitational at Christian Academy of Louisville being its third track and field meet in an eight day span.

    But that doesn’t mean all units are clicking.