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Today's News

  • A FATHER’S STORIES DELIGHT HIS CHILDREN

    I sat on the couch, making my Thanksgiving grocery list, while hubby and our seven-year-old daughter laid on their bellies and colored pictures in front of the fireplace.  My ears perked up when I heard daughter ask, “Wouldn’t it be weird if you could live without a head?”

    One never knows what’s taking place in the mind of a child.  I smiled as I heard hubby say, “Have you ever heard of…”

  • Public Records Nov. 28

    La Grange Police Arrests

     

    Nov. 19  Troy L. Johnson Jr., 18  of Louisville, was cited and released for unauthorized use of vehicle, 1st offense.

     

    Nov. 19  Lindsey J. Curry, 28  of Louisville, was cited and released for operating on suspended or revoked operators license.

     

    Nov. 22. Barry A Yount, 52,  of Shelbyville, was cited and released on for operating on suspended or revoked license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance.  2nd offense.

     

  • My Living Will – Being Thankful

    Over the last month I have seen and heard more Christmas commercials than ever and we haven’t even gotten to Thanksgiving.

     Thanksgiving has become the forgotten holiday which is sadly all too common in America.  For a land blessed with such an amazing bounty we sure do have a lot of whining, moaning and complaining about the lack of stuff and that is just under my own roof.  Have you decided to give a living will of thankfulness to your family and friends?  What keeps you from being more thankful?

  • Dentist earns nickname the hot way, breaks Guinness world record

    What started as an item on his bucket list turned into a world record for Crestwood resident Jason McNabb.

    “When I was a kid, I used to read about Guinness World Records in the Scholastic Reader magazine at school,” McNabb said. “I was always amazed at the feats people accomplished.

    “There’s a fine line between amazing and crazy, I guess.”

  • Collins KO’s North

    SHELBYVILLE – Same location, same matchup, same result.

    One month after Collins whipped North Oldham 35-6 at Titan Stadium to win the regular season district title, it did the same thing to North Friday to win a region title.

    The Titans scored 42 unanswered points and beat the Mustangs 42-14 in the state quarterfinals Friday night. Collins earned the Class 4A, Region 2 title with the win.

  • OC girls start year with No. 4 Manual

    A lot of teams across the state are starting their seasons next week with “warm-up” games in order to get a stress-free win or two under their belts.

    Oldham County’s girls won’t be one of those teams.

    The Lady Colonels will host preseason No. 4 DuPont Manual at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Buckner. OC will be facing a Lady Crimson team that’s won Region 7, one of the state’s toughest regions, three straight years.

    Manual was state runner-up in 2010-11, state champ in 2011-12 and a state semifinalist last season.

  • Reed honored as District 5 Coach of the Year

    South Oldham football had one of its most successful seasons in program history this fall.

    For that, the Dragons’ head coach has received some hardware.

    Jamie Reed was named the Class 5A, District 5 Coach of the Year for his efforts in helping the Dragons to an 8-4 season that included a regular season district title.

    This year marked the first outright district title in Dragons history and the first award of this kind for Reed, he said.

  • PSN announces basketball coverage

    The Pegasus Sports Network (www.pegasussportsky.com) has announced its broadcast schedule for the 2013-14 high school basketball season.

  • Dunn named Region 6 Coach of the Year

     

  • East Oldham hoops wins