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Today's News

  • Military News

     Wassel graduates from training at Ft. Sill

    U.S. Army Pfc. Andrew S. Wassel recently graduated from the Fire Support Specialist Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. The field artillery specialists serve in intelligence activities including target processing in field artillery, cannon battalions, division artillery, artillery and maneuver brigade and headquarters and fire support elements. Wassel is the son of Donald A. and Wendy A. Wassel of La Grange. He is a 2004 graduate of Oldham County High School.

  • Public Records

     Sheriff’s reports

  • News In Brief

     News In Brief

  • Magistrate accused in scam says he is also victim

     The attorney for a magistrate accused of selling bogus Derby tickets says brokers never delivered them — resulting in a chain of dissatisfied customers and criminal complaints from those he resold tickets to.   

  • Police investigate robbery on U.S. 42

     A dry cleaning worker is reportedly the victim of a robbery Saturday afternoon on U.S. 42 near the Oldham-Jefferson line. 

  • Making his own mark

    GOSHEN – When Cyrus Moslemi chose to make his mark with a racket in his hand instead of a ball at his feet he broke a family tradition. Moslemi, a junior at North Oldham High School has made the switch work, emerging as one of the top underclassmen tennis players in the state this year. “In my whole family, everything is soccer,” Moslemi said.

  • Engagement

     Mr. and Mrs. Kipley McNally of Louisville announce the engagement of their daughter, Kala J. McNally to Brandon M. Gathof, son of  Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gathof of La Grange.

  • Racism: The next great challenge for humanity

     Exodus begins with a brief description of how the Egyptians, out of fear, forced the Hebrew people into slavery. In Exodus 1:8-11 it is written, “Now a new king arose over Egypt, who did not know Joseph. He said to his people, ‘Look, the Israelite people are more numerous and more powerful than we. Come, let us deal shrewdly with them, or they will increase and, in the event of war, join our enemies and fight against us and escape from the land.’ Therefore they set taskmasters over them to oppress them with forced labor.”

  • Don’t take voting lightly

     Election Day is less than one week away. On Tuesday, the voters of Oldham County will be making some very important selections on some very important elected positions throughout this community. 

  • Digging up the past

     Several Oldham residents attended an archaeology investigation Saturday at the Gatewood Plantation in Bedford, hosted by the Oldham County History Center. The event is part of an ongoing investigation at the site, which is the last place where Henry Bibb — the first black editor of a Canadian newspaper - was a slave in Kentucky. The site was part of Oldham County until Trimble County was formed, in 1836.