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Today's News

  • New Farm Bureau area program director named

    Louisville – David S. Beck, Executive Vice President of Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, announced today that Stacy Lowe, a Flemingsburg native, has been named Area Program Director for Area 3 in North Central Kentucky. Her appointment is effective as of Monday.

  • Lykins-Seidel engagement

    Mr. and Mrs. David Lykins of Goshen would like to announce the engagement of their son, Ryan, to Lindsay Seidel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Seidel of Goshen. Ryan is a teacher at North Oldham High School and Lindsay works for Power Creative Advertising in Louisville. They attended high school together at South Oldham. Ryan graduated from Western Kentucky University and then Bellarmine for his masters in education. Lindsay graduated from the University of Louisville. The wedding will be in the spring and invitations are to be sent.

  • Community briefs Jan. 9

    Children and Family Music Lessons

    Music Together in the Bluegrass is offering three classes for children 6 months to 5 years old and their families beginning January 10. Classes will be held at Dancer’s Pointe in Pewee Valley on Fridays at 10:30 and Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.

    Classes will be held at First Christian Church in Prospect on Saturdays at 10:30. Registration for the winter semester of Music Together classes is now open.

  • 4-H Banquet Awards
  • Two of region's best meet

    Oldham County and South Oldham’s boys go into their meeting at 7:45 p.m. Friday with quality wins under their belts.

    OC recently finished third in the Surf Division of the Surf ‘N’ Slam Tournament in San Diego, beating teams from Florida and California.

    Meanwhile South is coming off a title two weekends ago in the John Fendley Classic and a third-place finish in last weekend’s Lindsey Wilson College Holiday Classic.

    South and OC are ranked first and third in Region 8 by the Courier-Journal.

  • Lady Colonels out for revenge vs. South

    Oldham County’s girls seemed on their way to a District title last February, leading South Oldham by 14 points in the fourth quarter of the district title game.

    But the Lady Dragons came back and guard Abbey VanZant hit a buzzer-beater to take down OC, 46-44.

    The Lady Colonels will have a chance for revenge at 6 p.m. Friday when the rivals meet in Crestwood.

    The game will be broadcast live online at pegasussportsky.com.

  • Oldham schools finish top 3 in invitational meet

    LOUISVILLE – County swimmers dominated the pool Friday night in Louisville.

    North Oldham, South Oldham and Oldham County finished first, second and third respectively, in the 2nd Annual Oldham County Invitational at the Ralph Wright Natatorium.

    North’s women finished first in the eight-team meet with a score of 204, followed by OC (154) and South (153).

    Meanwhile South (203) won the men’s meet, out-pacing North (167) and OC (124).

  • Oldham Co. Schools closed TUESDAY, Jan. 7

    Oldham County Schools will be closed Tue. Jan. 7, 2014 due to cold weather, the district has announced.

    Here is the statement from the district:

  • Oldham County Schools CLOSED Monday Jan. 6

    Oldham County Schools will be closed Monday, Jan. 6, 2014 due to likely inclement weather, the school district announced Sunday. 

    Here's the announcement from the school district:

    As always, Oldham County Schools officials carefully monitor inclement weather situations to make the best decisions for the safety of our students and staff.

    At this time, we have decided to cancel school for Monday, Jan. 6, 2014.

  • Iroquois handles North Oldham

    GOSHEN – North Oldham has set a pattern this year of playing ugly in the first half only to storm back in the second. That’s how last month the Mustangs beat North Hardin and South Warren and how they nearly beat Male.

    But Saturday night North followed up an awful first half with a second period that was just as poor.