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Today's News

  • Encyclopedias vs. Google

    A single frame comic reads, “Life Before Google: a short story.” Two characters are sitting on the couch, eating popcorn. One states, “I just thought of something I’d like to know more about.” The other responds, “That’s a darn shame.”

  • Uncle Bob’s Cookin: Old-fashioned French toast

    Long before instant cereals, frozen waffles, frozen French toast, and toaster pops. my mother would fix breakfast for me and my brother.

    Sometimes it was just cereal with or without fruit. Many times it would be pancakes, waffles, French toast or eggs. Breakfast might be soft boiled eggs, scrambled eggs or an omelet. Often we had bacon, sausage, scrapple or pork roll with our eggs. A large breakfast would include one of those meats, hash browns or home fried potatoes with eggs.

  • Public Records June 5

    La Grange Police Arrests

    May 23 -- Eduardo R. Silva, 32, Louisville, was cited and released for no registration plates, no registration receipt, failure on non-owner to maintain required insurance first offense, no operator’s license.

     

    May 23 -- Glen T. Bradford, 58, Louisville, was cited and released for no operator’s license and failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance first offense.

     

  • Assistant promoted to top job at South Oldham Middle

    South Oldham Middle School will welcome a new principal this summer but he doesn’t need much introduction to the school’s community. Associate Principal Steve Emerson will move into the position, said Superintendent Will Wells, who announced his acceptance of the site-based decision making council’s decision May 27.

  • SOHS marches at Disney
  • OCS grads share first salute

    Submitted photo

    On Friday, May 23rd, in Annapolis, Md., two former South Oldham High School alumni met at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium to honor a newly commissioned officer’s first salute. Spencer Warren, 22, of Crestwood, a 2010 South Oldham High School graduate and May 2014 United States Naval Academy graduate, and Trevor Lively, 20, of Crestwood, a 2012 South Oldham High School graduate and plebe midshipman at the United States Naval Academy, saluted each other after graduation on Friday.

  • Student selected for Brown Fellows
  • Crestwood Civic Club hosts annual Garden Tour
  • Healing Blankets program celebrates 10 years

    St. James’ Episcopal Church in Pewee Valley is marking the 10th anniversary of its Healing Blanket Ministry and celebrating a milestone, after creating a landmark 1,000 blankets.

    The Healing Blanket Ministry was brought to St. James by parishioner Carolyn Heymann, as part of Episcopal Church Women. Heymann was serving as parish nurse when she heard about the program.Excited volunteers gathered fabric from their closets and drawers and got to work. They’ve gathered once a month in the ten years since the program was launched, handcrafting blankets.

  • Graduation

    Rachel Catherine Cranfill

    Rachel Catherine Cranfill, a 2010 Oldham County High School graduate, graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., on May 28 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. Rachel has been selected to attend flight school and will begin her pilot training in Pueblo, Colo., and then Del Rio, Texas. Her parents are Chad and Lois Cranfill of La Grange.