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Today's News

  • Oldham hits North with second half knockout

    GOSHEN – Oldham County didn't have all its pieces available Thursday night, but it still got the job done.

    Guards Hayden Hawes and Jordan Gates scored 18 and 17 points each and the Colonels advanced in the district tournament with a 66-48 over North Oldham on the Mustangs’ home floor.

    The win clinches OC (21-6) a spot in next week’s Region 8 tournament and a spot opposite South Oldham in Friday night’s District 29 championship game. North (11-17) ends its year on a five-game losing streak after beating South Feb. 10.

  • Stephens: Tee’s big night joyful for everyone

    GOSHEN – Sports provide the full range of emotions, but too often it’s the negative emotions we see on display.

    The rage from a parent yelling at an official, the disappointment of an unexpected loss, the sadness of a season coming to an end – the negatives are easy to spot.

    But Friday at North Oldham we got to see an emotion you don’t often see on a court or field, but one that’s as noticeable as any.

    We saw pure joy.

  • South finishes 57th at state wrestling

    LEXINGTON -- South Oldham came home with a 57th place finish in KHSAA state wrestling tournament, tallying 10 points for the event at Alltech Arena.

    South freshman Keanan John won two matches in the 120-pound class before being eliminated in his second consolation match.

  • Combined title the goal for North swimming

    Expectations have changed for North Oldham’s swim team.

    Five years ago just qualifying a swimmer for the state tournament was a big accomplishment, North coach Randy Scherer said.

  • OC’s Wilkerson places fourth at state wrestling

    LEXINGTON – Oldham County coach Aaron Riordan said senior wrestler Connor Wilkerson would run through a brick wall if he asked it of him.

    Wilkerson didn’t smash through any bricks this weekend at the KHSAA state wrestling championships, but he did have an impressive tournament.

  • Rusch finishes third at state

    LEXINGTON – Mitch Rusch didn’t finish his high school career the way he wanted, atop the KHSAA state wrestling championships podium.

    But the North Oldham senior came about as close as he could.

  • Young leads South to district finals

    GOSHEN – Kyle Young simply overwhelmed Trimble County in the first half Wednesday night.

    The senior guard finished with 33 points, 26 of which came in the first half, and was a pest on the defensive end, playing a part in the Raiders turning the ball over 18 times before the half.

    Young's big performance lifted South Oldham to a 51-19 halftime lead and eventually to an 88-60 win over Trimble Wednesday night at North Oldham in the first round of the District 29 tournament.

  • McMurtrey scores 41 as OC moves on

    GOSHEN -- Heavily favored Oldham County needed a shot in the arm early Wednesday night in its District 29 tournament opener against North Oldham.

    The Lady Colonels got one from their star player.

    Ashley McMurtrey scored a career-high 41 points in just three quarters as OC ended North's season, 71-33, Wednesday night at North.

    OC (14-9) clinched a berth to next week's Region 8 tournament and a spot in Friday's district championship game, where it'll meet the winner of Thursday night's South Oldham vs. Trimble County game.

  • Commission approves proposed Crestwood Walmart

    After a five and a half hour meeting Tuesday, a proposed Walmart in Crestwood has received the necessary approvals from the Oldham County Planning and Zoning Commission.

    The 13-member commission approved a recommendation for a change in zoning for the Walmart, which will be located at 6701 Veterans Memorial Parkway, also known as KY-392 Bypass, on a 10-3 vote.

    The zoning change now heads to the City of Crestwood for final approval.

  • La Grange Utilities mulling deal with OC Water District

    A search for a new director for the La Grange Utilities Commission has broadened to the consideration of a management takeover by another utility company.

    At a special meeting of the LUC last week, the commission’s members heard several scenarios for the future of the utilities from the commission’s chairman, Roy Horton.

    Those include hiring a new director, going into a partial management partnership with an outside agency, a full management partnership and/or a full merger with another utility company.