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Today's News

  • Elite Feats

    On a cool, crispy morning last week, two FBI snipers laid on top of the press box at Oldham County High School’s football field.

    Their target was an angry man inside a white truck, parked at the edge of the grounds at the field, who had “kidnapped” a member of Oldham County Schools Junior Guard.

    After about five minutes of tracking the man inside his vehicle, the snipers executed the suspect after he put a gun to the student’s head.  A FBI SWAT team then moved in to clear the truck and “rescued” the student.

  • School redistricting down to one proposal

    After a long process triggered by the eventual closing of Liberty Elementary, school officials have narrowed the latest round of redistricting proposals to one each for elementary, middle and high school boundaries.

    Oldham County School District officials presented the narrowed down plans to the school board at their monthly meeting on Monday, taking the map drawing out of the district’s hands and into board member’s. The final proposals largely affect the northeast corridor of Oldham County, from Westport to the Henry County line. 

  • Player of the Week

    The CUB Bank Player of the Week is kicker Sean Nuernberger, who has been recruited by Ohio State. He kicks 60 yard field goals in practice. He is pictured here with Chuck Harper of CUB Bank.

  • Player of the Week

    The CUB Bank Player of the Week is kicker Sean Nuernberger, who has been recruited by Ohio State. He kicks 60 yard field goals in practice. He is pictured here with Chuck Harper of CUB Bank.

  • La Grange Man Arrested on Child Porn Charges

    A La Grange man has been arrested on charges alleging he distributed and possessed child pornography.

    Richard Wayne Johnson, 35, was arrested on Tuesday, Sept. 17 after Kentucky State Police served a search warrant at his home.

    Johnson is charged with two counts of distribution of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor and 12 counts of possession of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.

    He was lodged in the Oldham Co. Jail and has been released on bond.

  • KSP's Arterburn awarded

     Tpr. Brad Arterburn (right), of Kentucky State Police Post 5 in Campbellsburg, received the 2013 KSP Public Affairs Officer of the Year Award from Sgt. Rick Saint-Blancard, commander of the KSP Public Affairs Branch on Aug. 25 at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville. A resident of Crestwood. Arterburn is a four-and-a-half-year veteran of the agency. He has served as the public affairs officer for the post for the last two years.

  • OCMAA chops down wall
  • Photo evokes melancholy

     Today is a melancholy day.  I am sitting in Berlin, listening to the rain drizzle against the slanted windows of our attic apartment.  In the distance I can see the American flag flying over the U.S. Embassy, and beyond that, the glass dome top of the Reichstag, which is the German Parliament building. 

  • Splashing Around PVFD

     

  • Discovering the world around us

     By Helen E. McKinney

    Educator/Genealogist

    Oldham County History Center

    In a high-tech world of computers, iPods and GPS’s, we think we have all of the information we need at our finger tips. So why has no one ever discovered what happened to the settlers of Roanoke Island who disappeared in 1587?