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Today's News

  • Stroke is an emergency, know the signs

    For every hour that a stroke is untreated, 120 million irreplaceable brain cells die and the brain ages 3.6 years.

    Your quick response in recognizing stroke symptoms and calling for help is vital to your future health. Stroke is very treatable if you recognize the situation and seek help immediately.

    If you notice any of these signs, don’t hesitate. Call 911 immediately.

    • Severe headache

    • Sudden dizziness

    • Trouble seeing in one or both eyes

    • Sudden confusion

  • Wake up with anticipation

    How do you wake up in the morning? Do you dread the day ahead every day? Wake up with anticipation.

  • Public Records Jan. 16

    La Grange Police Arrests

    Jan. 6 -- Christopher L. Smalley, 24, was arrested for TBUT or DISP Shoplifting u/$500. All items recovered.

     

    Jan. 6 -- Virginia M. Lister, 38, was arrested for a Jefferson County warrant for failure to produce insurance card.

     

    Jan. 7 -- Allison N. Bower, 28, was cited and released for theft of property mislaid or delivered by mistake.

     

    Jan. 7 -- Jonathan J. Piasta, 30, was cited and released for theft of property mislaid or delivered by mistake.

     

  • The potter and the clay: God is working on you

    Most of us have had the experience of working with clay. The lump of clay feels good in our hands as we work it and make it soft. Then we make it into something of our own creation. It probably isn’t very good by worldly standards, but we were probably impressed with what we made because we made it.

    One thing I can guarantee you is that the clay never told us what it wanted us to make it into.

    Jeremiah is inspired by God to use the powerful image of God as the potter and you and I as clay.

  • Mustangs meet Colonels Friday

    District games are magnified in a district where teams play each other just once during a season.

    And when North Oldham heads to Oldham County at 7:30 p.m. Friday, there will be high District 29 stakes.

  • Keita teaches taekwondo for a day in Crestwood

    CRESTWOOD –  Taekwondo has given Daba Modibo Keita the chance to compete in the Olympics and hold the title of world champion.

    Keita got the chance to give some of that back this weekend.

  • North Oldham holds off Spencer County

    GOSHEN – North Oldham coach Chris Stobaugh has conceded the fact his Mustangs will be locked in close games all year.

    “We’re not going to blow anybody out and we’re good enough not to get blown out,” Stobaugh said, “so every game’s going to be close.”

    North won another close one Tuesday night, beating Spencer County 53-50 on its home floor.

  • OC wrestling goes 1-1-1 in Indiana

     

    Oldham County wrswent 1-1-1 at the Columbus East Duals last weekend in Indiana.

    The Colonels beat Greenwood (Ind.) 41-25, lost to Columbus East (Ind.) 33-29 and tied with Lawrence North (Ind.) 29-29.

  • Dragons attack basket to hold off Braves

    CRESTWOOD – A South Oldham team known for its 3-point shooting had to find another way to win Monday night when its perimeter shots just weren’t falling.

    So the Dragons took the ball, ran through the lane and attacked the basket.

  • Griffin's 3 sends South past OC

    CRESTWOOD – High-quality basketball is a family tradition for both Michael Griffin and Isaac Fields.

    Friday night the son of former Oldham County star Jeff Griffin and the younger brother of former South Oldham standout Carson Fields each got to put their own stamps on basketball in the county.

    Fields came off the bench to hit four 3-pointers and Griffin hit the game-winning 3 with 20 seconds left as South knocked off OC, 62-58. They helped the Dragons win a game they trailed 50-40 at one point during the fourth quarter.