Today's News

  • The heat is on

    It’s a common misconception that purchasing a new home heating or cooling unit will automatically lower your energy bills. Purchasing a new energy efficient heating or cooling unit should lower your energy bills. However, you may want to ask yourself if your home is prepared to fully realize the potential cost savings of a new energy efficient unit.

  • Oldham County is but a canvas
  • Oldham Countian of the Year


  • Fugitive nabbed


  • Child struck by car

    A ten-year-old child remains in criticial condition following a car accident Friday night.

    According to La Grange Police, shortly after 7:30 p.m. Friday the child was crossing the road in front of the La Grange Community Center on West Jefferson Street when he was hit by a Dodge Neon. The driver,  who police declined to name, stated she was unable to avoid a collision and struck the juvenile with the front of her car. 

  • School board hears alternatives to redistricting proposal

    With one month until the school board votes on new redistricting boundaries for elementary, middle and high schools, two alternative proposals have been added to the mix.

    Both of the new proposals are variants of the original final proposal, which took the northeast portion of the county and redistricted it to the Buckner campus of schools. The area is currently sent to the North campus of schools.

  • Drug take back event a success

    Oldham County’s latest drug take back event netted an estimated 50 pounds of pills from residents.

    The Oldham County Sheriff’s Office coordinated the latest take back event, held last Saturday at La Grange Fire Department Station 2 in Buckner.

    The event is part of a national drug take back event sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency a couple times every year.

  • Doctor tries new treatment style

    After treating patients for over 20 years, Dr. Carl Paige saw a pattern that was frustrating.

    “With traditional medicine, the patient gets sick, goes to the doctor and gets some medicine or treatment,” Paige said. “We identify the crisis and pull them back from the brink of the crisis, and that’s good, we need that. But I started looking for ways to evaluate patients from a different model, one that doesn’t wait for the crisis.”

  • Happy Halloween


  • Turning 100 not scary for La Grange resident

    Blanche Evans has seen 99 Halloweens come and go.

    But it’s not a simple holiday for the La Grange resident. It’s also a way to keep track of her age every year. That’s because Evans was born on Halloween in 1913.

    And today will be Evans’ 100th birthday, or Halloween, however you look at it.