By law, Kentucky requires local school board members to take annual professional development classes. But two members of the Oldham County Board of Education have gone beyond the minimum mandates in state law, earning advanced certification in support of their work for this community’s children and schools.
Dave Weedman got his man.In what could be his last new hire as principal at Oldham County High School, Weedman, who is stepping down as the OCHS principal at the end of the school year, convinced Larry Just to leave the college coaching ranks after 19 years and become the new gir
Fuel prices are higher than ever. No fun, huh? What if you could find a way to enjoy time with your family and never have to burn a gallon of fuel? Sounds good doesn’t it?It’s not only possible, it’s easy!
We will concede that rental property can be difficult to manage.There are good renters and bad renters — renters who wouldn’t think of letting their grass grow or piling up trash, and renters who really don’t care to do either.
Included in this year’s fourth annual Tour of New Homes are many developments located in Oldham County.Participating are Ballard Woods, Artisan Park, Williamsgate, Longwood, Sycamore Run, Heritage Hills, Heritage Manor and Heather Green.<
A project that began on the first day of school has come full circle for the fifth-graders at Crestwood Elementary.“On the first day of school we started out listening to a song by Carla Gover, since then we’ve been learning about eastern Kentucky,” fifth-grader