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Today's News

  • Cold weather cooking

    Well cold weather is here and I feel it more than I used to feel it. As a youngster I could stay out all day playing in the snow. Even cold weather activities like ice skating, skiing, ice hockey, hunting or football games didn’t bother me.

    This is the best time of the year for soup; it is good all year but there is nothing better than a hot bowl of soup when it’s cold outside. Soup makes a good meal with some good bread or crackers.

  • Knowing what’s good and bad humor

    I have been told that I have a good sense of humor, but not at the expense of others. I do not laugh at people’s mistakes, distresses or misfortunes. I feel compassion and look for ways to be supportive. I am less and less apt to engage in ridicule or sarcasm. I resist using comebacks when others are sarcastic toward me. I seek simply to feel the pain in both of us and look for ways to bring more mutual respect into our communication.

  • Public Records Jan. 9

    La Grange Arrests

    Dec. 27 -- Holden K. Short, 19, of Bedford, was cited and released for TBUT U/$500 (shoplifting at Walmart). Merchandise recovered and returned.

     

    Dec. 27 -- Antoine J. Cole, 36, of La Grange, was arrested on bench warrant for Jefferson County District Court for failure to maintain required insurance 1st offense.

     

    Dec. 28 -- Joshua A. Hardin, 26, of Shelbyville, was arrested for TBUT, trespass 3rd, and illegal possession of a legend drug.

     

  • God gives more than 100 percent

    I want to have some fun and use math to discover just how much God loves us. Athletes like to talk in percentages about how much they give to help their team win. They talk about giving more than 100 percent, but is that even possible since 100 percent is as much as we can give? Does the same apply in everyday life?

    To help make my point I want to give every letter of the alphabet a point value with “A” getting one point and “Z” getting 26 points and the rest correspond to their place in the alphabet. What equals 100 percent in life?

  • New Farm Bureau area program director named

    Louisville – David S. Beck, Executive Vice President of Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, announced today that Stacy Lowe, a Flemingsburg native, has been named Area Program Director for Area 3 in North Central Kentucky. Her appointment is effective as of Monday.

  • Lykins-Seidel engagement

    Mr. and Mrs. David Lykins of Goshen would like to announce the engagement of their son, Ryan, to Lindsay Seidel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Seidel of Goshen. Ryan is a teacher at North Oldham High School and Lindsay works for Power Creative Advertising in Louisville. They attended high school together at South Oldham. Ryan graduated from Western Kentucky University and then Bellarmine for his masters in education. Lindsay graduated from the University of Louisville. The wedding will be in the spring and invitations are to be sent.

  • Community briefs Jan. 9

    Children and Family Music Lessons

    Music Together in the Bluegrass is offering three classes for children 6 months to 5 years old and their families beginning January 10. Classes will be held at Dancer’s Pointe in Pewee Valley on Fridays at 10:30 and Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.

    Classes will be held at First Christian Church in Prospect on Saturdays at 10:30. Registration for the winter semester of Music Together classes is now open.

  • 4-H Banquet Awards
  • Two of region's best meet

    Oldham County and South Oldham’s boys go into their meeting at 7:45 p.m. Friday with quality wins under their belts.

    OC recently finished third in the Surf Division of the Surf ‘N’ Slam Tournament in San Diego, beating teams from Florida and California.

    Meanwhile South is coming off a title two weekends ago in the John Fendley Classic and a third-place finish in last weekend’s Lindsey Wilson College Holiday Classic.

    South and OC are ranked first and third in Region 8 by the Courier-Journal.

  • Lady Colonels out for revenge vs. South

    Oldham County’s girls seemed on their way to a District title last February, leading South Oldham by 14 points in the fourth quarter of the district title game.

    But the Lady Dragons came back and guard Abbey VanZant hit a buzzer-beater to take down OC, 46-44.

    The Lady Colonels will have a chance for revenge at 6 p.m. Friday when the rivals meet in Crestwood.

    The game will be broadcast live online at pegasussportsky.com.