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Today's News

  • Restoring the Moravian Fire

    What is the most amazing prayer story you have ever heard? Whatever it is I can top it. Below is the story of a 110-year prayer vigil that changed the world, and the way churches think about missions.

    It is unbelievable to me how few people know the story, and it is time Christians tell it again, not so much in word, but in deed. That is on our knees with head bowed, praying for God to send a great revival to our country.

  • ‘Animal attraction’ show attracts local artists

    Local artwork is going to the dogs – and cats, and other animals.

    The Arts Association of Oldham County’s upcoming “Animal Attraction” show will display works by local artists that feature animals and pets.

    The artwork includes a variety of mediums such as oil, acrylic and watercolor painting, sculpture and photography and will be displayed at Gallery 104 in downtown La Grange.

  • Hartman is a finalist for 2010 Kentucky homecoming queen

    Mercedes Ashton Hartman of Crestwood is a finalist for Kentucky’s 30th annual Homecoming Queen Selection. The selection will take place May 8 and 9 in Louisville. Hartman is the South Oldham High School Homecoming Queen.

    Kentucky’s 2010 Homecoming Queen receives a cash scholarship and a trip to the national finals to compete for America’s Homecoming Queen.

    Hartman is the daughter of Ron and Rhonda Hartman.

  • U.S. Census questionnaires are being mailed to residents

    Census questionnaires are being mailed to more than 120 million households across the country.

    The 10-question form is the shortest decennial census since the country’s first, commissioned by the U.S. Government in 1790.

    For every 1 percent who mail in their forms, taxpayers save between $80 and $90 million – the cost of sending census takers door-to-door to collect information needed for a complete and accurate count of the nation.

    For information about the Census visit2010census.gov.

  • Kids Kloset Spring Consignment Sale is Friday and Saturday

    Kid’s Kloset Spring Consignment Sale takes place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at St. John United Methodist Church in Prospect.

    More than 130 sellers will be consigning brand name and boutique spring and summer clothes, including clothes for boys and girls sizes infant to 18 and older.

    The sale features clothes for juniors, young men, maternity wear, prom, Easter, nursery items, books, kid’s furniture, toys, bikes and  strollers.

    Cash and credit cards are accepted.

  • Oldham County Singers will perform concert at Arts Center

    The Oldham County Singers are performing a concert called “The Oldham County Singers in Sacred Song.” at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Oldham County Schools Arts Center.

     

    The music will be accompanied by a sign language interpreter.

  • Rambo-Bean

    Donald and Marcie Bean of La Grange announce the engagement of their son, Shaun Lee Bean to Allyson Nicole Rambo, daughter of Kip and Beth Rambo of Elizabethtown.

    The bride-elect is a 2006 graduate of Central Hardin High School. This spring she will complete her studies at the University of Kentucky, earning a bachelor’s degree in international studies with a minor in French.

  • Local student named state Geographic Bee semifinalist

    Mark Scherer, a seventh-grader at North Oldham Middle School was recently named a semifinalist in the Kentucky Geographic Bee by the National Geographic Society. The bee will take place April 9 at the Knicely Economic Center in Bowling Green.

    The winner will receive $100, the “National Geographic Collegiate Atlas of the World” and a trip to Washington, D.C. to represent Kentucky in the national finals.

    Scherer is the son of Randy and Beth Scherer.

  • Dragons lead in awards

    DRY RIDGE — South Oldham High School’s basketball teams led the way in post-season honors this year.

    SOHS senior Jordann McGuffin was named the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches Player of the Year for the Eighth Region. She receives the automatic tryout for the Kentucky All-Star team for the annual summer series with Indiana.

  • Rock band will play children’s music at La Grange business

    Rock Rhythm and Rhyme, a Louisville-based rock band that specializes in children’s music and entertainment is performing at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at The Treasured Child in La Grange.

    The performance is free and open to the public.

    For information about Rock Rhythm and Rhyme, visit rockrhythmandrhyme.com.