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Today's News

  • Game Bytes

    BASKETBALL

    North Oldham vs. Grayson County

    Score: 97-87 Grayson County.

    When: Saturday. 

    Where: Oldham County High School. 

    Key players: North Oldham’s Alex Foley. Grayson County’s Tyler Saltzman and Hunter Gary. 

  • BaptistWorx now offers urgent care

    BaptistWorx Occupational Health and Wellness, located at 1023 Sanibel Way, Sutie C, on Baptist Hospital Northeast’s campus in La Grange, now offers urgent care for residents age 12 and older. 

    The hours for the urgent care are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. The clinic is closed on major holidays.

  • Property Transfers

     Buckner

    Joseph Mcenaney to Gregory and Belinda Strickland, lot 14, The Reserves of Deerfield, 7003 Tip Top Court, Buckner, $300,000.

    Mark and Jennifer Hancock to Stephen and Janet Bloom, lot 134, Darby Pointe, 4100 Galway Cove, Buckner, $335,000.

    Crestwood

    Robert and Julie Meyers to Christopher and Sarah Gold, lot 14, Glen Meadows, 7421 Dorsey Court, Crestwood, $225,000.

    William and Joyce Bryant to William and Whitney Brown, lot 82, Lockwood Estates, 3503 Lori Court, Crestwood, $199,000.

  • Rescuers equipped with gear for pets exposed to smoke

    Devastating losses of several pets to house fires in the past year prompted officials a local veterinary hospital to donate life-saving equipment to the South Oldham Fire Department. 

    Dr. Jeff Willard, founder of the Crestwood Veterinary Hospital, presented the fire department with two sets of oxygen masks designed specifically for dogs and cats.

  • Prospect police will soon debut hybrid police cruisers

    Two gas-electric hybrid police cars could debut in Prospect as early as Friday, Mayor Todd Eberle said, making it the first city in Kentucky to utilize carbon-reducing cruisers.

    Prospect could eventually add a total of nine Ford Escape Hybrids to its police fleet — one for each full-time patrol 

    officer. 

    Each SUV would be adapted for police use and equipped with energy-saving LED lights.

    The SUVs cost about $28,000, Eberle said, and will replace the department’s aging fleet of gas-guzzling Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors.

  • Cowboy Church planned Friday

    Christian Country Cowboy Church will perform at 8 p.m. Friday at the Oldham County Fairgrounds. 

    Admission is free. For information call 222-7587 or 553-3696.

  • Openrange Gun and Paintball awarded national five-star status

    The National Shooting Sports Foundation recently awarded five-star status to Openrange, a status shared nationally with only 14 other firearm ranges.

    CEO Barry Laws said Openrange is thrilled to represent Kentucky as a leader in the shooting sports and be recognized for their dedication to safety and innovative entertainment.

  • Ollie Bell ‘Cissy’ Smith, 79

    Ollie Bell “Cissy” Smith, 79, of La Grange, passed away Saturday, Dec. 12, 2009, at her home. 

    She was a member of Westport Baptist Church and a retired bookkeeper for PNC Bank.  

    She was preceded in death by her parents, Edmond and Emma (Snowden) Taylor; two brothers, James Taylor and Edmond Taylor; and one sister, Patricia Higgins.

  • Former OCHS runner killed in Ky. 1817 crash

    Police say the driver in a fatal crash on Cedar Point Road had been traveling at a high speed as he followed a fellow Oldham County High School grad.

    Devon T. Willingham, a 2008 graduate of OCHS, died at the hospital after his vehicle collided with a tree about 8 p.m. Dec. 1 along Cedar Point Road (Ky. 1817) in Buckner.

    The crash left Willingham, 20, and his passenger, Timothy A. “Timmy” Shain of Buckner, trapped inside.

  • Letters to the Editor

    Harris: Celebrate a Kentucky Proud Christmas

    To the editor:

    A month ago, there was a dust-up in Frankfort regarding what to call the evergreen tree that traditionally stands in the front of the capitol every Christmas season.  

    For most of us, this symbol of the renewal and promise of Christ’s birth is called the Christmas tree. Regrettably, in a misguided attempt to be politically correct, the governor decided to be the first Kentucky governor to call it a holiday tree.