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Today's News

  • North blasts off early over Atherton

    GOSHEN— It didn’t take long for the North Oldham football team to get rid of the bitter taste of last week’s first loss of the season.

    After receiving the opening kickoff from district opponent Atherton, the Mustangs marched down the field, scoring on a 21-yard strike from quarterback Cameron Renaud to wide receiver Jacob Sanders for a 7-0 lead less than two minutes into the game, setting the tone in a 61-0 route at home.

  • Oldham stumbles early again in loss

    BUCKNER— If Oldham County coach Matt Brown could figure out why his team starts so slow, the outlook might be a little different for the Colonels.

    In a similar tune to other games this season, Eastern was already up 6-0 on a touchdown pass four plays into the game. Again, Oldham County mounted a comeback but were still outplayed in nearly every statistic in falling to the Eagles 42-21.

  • Lady Colonels strike early for girls soccer district win

    SHELBYVILLE-- Make it three out of four.

    Oldham County captured its third girls' soccer 16th District title in four years Thursday night. On the strength of two early goals, The Lady Colonels downed South Oldham 2-0 Thursday night at the Shelby County Athletic Complex.   The victory gives Oldham County homefield advantage in next week’s 8th Region Tournament and avenged an earlier loss to the Dragons this season.

  • Heated school district meeting delays state funding for Brownsboro school

    Planning and Development Director Jim Urban became the voice of Oldham County on Thursday.

    Well, at least to those residents who complain the school board doesn’t listen, moves forward on projects regardless of the community’s feelings and generally does what it wants.

    Urban is a member of the Local Planning Committee for the school district. The committee met Thursday to vote on changing the priority level of the Brownsboro school, which would allow the district to use nearly $2 million in state funds for the project.

  • Former stylist owes Great Clips $14,500 for sly accounting

    An Eminence woman owes the owner of a La Grange hair salon more than $14,500 that she took during a 14-month period.
    Tracy Foree, 41, pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking from her former employer, Zip Clips Inc., doing business as Great Clips hair salon in the Kroger shopping center in La Grange.
    According to court documents, Foree took money from the salon from October 2008 to February 2010.
    She was indicted by an Oldham County grand jury in August 2010.

  • Crestwood crew meets country cutie Taylor Swift

  • North takes volleyball district crown

    CRESTWOOD--- It shouldn’t have been any surprise that the top two teams in the eighth region would be playing for the district crown.

    Both North Oldham and Oldham County dropped just one game each in district play all season. The Lady Mustangs were the Lady Colonels’ lone loss. In the 31st district championship at South Oldham, North Oldham made it two.

    In a tight match, the Lady Mustangs hung on to win the first set 25-22, then held off Oldham County 25-21 to win in two sets tonight.

  • Man strips in La Grange hair salon, suspected in underwear theft

    After stripping down to a women's bra and underwear and fondling himself in the La Grange Fantastic Sams hair salon, an unidentified man escaped on foot Monday. 

    According to La Grange Police Chief Kevin Collett, the man entered the salon at 7:15 p.m. He sat down in the waiting area briefly before standing up and removing his shirt and shorts.

  • Quilt shop debuts new patterns

    The Gathering Room Quilt Shop in La Grange has been “busy as a beehive,” according to owner Michelle Klein.

    Using a unique tool called the “twister” ruler, the shop has designed two new patterns, Twisted Jack and Caramel Twist. 

    Opal Hibben designed the Caramel Twist pattern; Judi Robinson was behind Twisted Jack.

    The ruler produces designs reminiscent of a pinwheel and is easy to use. 

  • U.S. Postal Service reorganization skips Oldham locations – for now

    The Issa-Ross Postal Reform Act could bring with it significant changes to the postal service. 

    The bill was introduced by California Republican Darrell Issa in June, and is current in the house rules and house oversight and government reform committees.