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Today's News

  • Scam involves payment for classified ads

    Consumers who have purchased classified ads in newspapers could be targeted by scam artists and should not give out personal information over the phone.

    Attorney General Jack Conway said the state’s consumer protection hotline has received complaints that someone claiming to be from a newspaper is contacting advertisers asking for credit card and Social Security numbers.

    Newspapers across the Commonwealth are asking advertisers not to respond to these calls and not to give out personal information over the telephone.

  • Carlson named to honor roll at Phillips Academy

    Chelsea F. Carlson of Goshen was named to the honor roll at Phillips Academy during the spring semester.

    To be named to the honor roll at Phillips, students must earn a 5.0 grade-point average.

  • Javanon takes second in nation

    LOUISVILLE – Javanon ‘91 pushed its way into the U.S. Youth Soccer national championship game only to fall just short of Discoveries SC out of South Carolina 2-1 July 30.

    The Javanon team had three Oldham County players – Jacob Kemper of Oldham County High School and North Oldham brothers Jordan and Paul Althoff.

  • Oldham students named to University of Louisville dean’s list

    Several Oldham students were named to University of Louisville’s dean’s list for the spring semester.

  • Court appoints residents to local posts

     Members of the Oldham County Fiscal Court made the following personnel changes at their meeting Tuesday:

    • Accepted the resignation of Lori Brown at Animal Control, effective July 31.

    • Appointed Laura Bohne for full term on planning commission, to expire Aug. 6, 2013.

  • Clore named to dean’s list at Hanover College

    Hannah Clore of Goshen is among the students named to the dean’s list at Hanover College during the spring term. 

    To be named to the dean’s list at Hanover, students must earn a 3.5 grade-point average.

    Clore, a sophomore at Hanover and a graduate of Oldham County High School, is the daughter of Oren Brannaman Clore III and Amy Clore.

  • Three from Oldham graduate from Ohio State University

    Three Crestwood students were among the 7,807 graduates of Ohio State University this spring.

    Michelle Fegenbush graduated from OSU with a bachelor of arts degree. She has been accepted to veterinary school.

    Alan McKeel graduated with a bachelor of arts with honors.

    Jacob Pence graduated with a master of music degree.

    Applegate named to dean’s list at DePaul University

    Steven C. Applegate of Pewee Valley was recently named to the dean’s list at DePaul University.

  • South Oldham stars win second in state

    CRESTWOOD – It came down to the tying run on third and winning run on first before the South Oldham Little League 10-year-old all-stars finally fell in the state championship game.

    South fought to the East Daviess County all-stars out of Owensboro 5-4 in the title game in Richmond that took two days to play due to rain delays.

  • Truck strikes pedestrian on Ky. 146

    A La Grange man is hospitalized after being hit by a truck on Jefferson Street this afternoon.

    About 2:45 p.m., a Chevy S-10 pickup truck driven by a New Castle resident struck a man in the 300 block of E. Jefferson Street. 

    Witnesses told police the man darted into traffic for an unknown reason.

    Oldham County EMS took the man to University Hospital in Louisville for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

     

  • First Birthday

    Easton Lee Shelton celebrated his first birthday June 20.

    He joins siblings Ryane, 13, and Sadie, 2.

    He is the son of Chris and Christy Shelton of Shelbyville.

    Grandparents are Wayne and Joyce Shelton of Pleasureville and Jim Puckett and Candy Miller of Crestwood.

    Great-grandparents are Marvin and Alice Carpenter of Middletown.