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Today's News

  • Census workers needed for 2010

    The time has come for the next U.S. Census - conducted once every 10 years to determine the country’s population. The official year kicks off in March and at Monday’s meeting of the La Grange City Council, a U.S. Census Bureau representative urged residents to be sure to fill out the forms.

  • Irish Rover Too to host souper supper series

    The Oldham County History Center and the Irish Rover Too will host several evening programs during the winter months.

    All programs take place at the Irish Rover Too on 117 E. Main St. in La Grange.

    From Leather to Linen and Appraisal Fair

    6 p.m. Jan. 13

    This event includes special tips for taking care of family heirloom pieces” featuring special guest Jan Jasper.

  • Be clear, concise

    We have all heard the saying, “A picture is worth 1,000 words.” I never doubted that statement until recently. I got to thinking about what you could do with 1,000 words and I discovered that with far less than 1,000 words one could write the Lord’s Prayer, the 23rd Psalm, the Hippocratic Oath, a sonnet by Shakespeare, the preamble to the Constitution, Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and the Boy Scout oath. I submit to you that those 1,000 words are worth more than any picture on this earth.

  • Meth lab found in Crestwood

    Police discovered a meth lab Dec. 2 in Crestwood while responding to a domestic disturbance.

    According to police, officers visited a home in the 4800 block of Harvest Drive to conduct a well-being check on residents at the home.

    OCPD Lt. Col. Billy Way said officers have visited the home numerous times in the past for well-being checks when callers have reported yelling at the residence. 

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Ashley Askin.

    School: North Oldham Middle School.

    Sport: Volleyball/basketball.

    Age: 14.

    Position: Middle blocker in  volleyball, post player in

    basketball.

    Hometown: Goshen.

    Accomplishments: The 5-foot-10 Askin was one of the leaders of the NOMS volleyball team that recently won the Mid-Bluegrass Conference championship for a third-straight year.

    Her size and athletic ability around the net were a big part of the Lady Mustangs’ drive to the title. She plays club volleyball for Union East.

  • McDonald's tourney

    BUCKNER – The Ronald McDonald Classic basketball tourney takes on an international flavor Saturday when Oldham County High School takes on an Australian team.

    The 8 p.m. game will serve as the nightcap of a four-game event at OCHS that raises funds for the Ronald McDonald House in Louisville.

    The Ronald McDonald House offers housing to families with members receiving medical treatment at one of Louisville hospital complexes. The center houses thousands of families annually at a fraction of the cost of lodging it would take to stay elsewhere.

  • Diabetes group meets Tuesday

    The Living Well with Diabetes support group will meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Baptist Hospital Northeast, 1025 New Moody Lane, La Grange. 

    The meeting will feature educational speaker an open forum. 

    For information on the support group, call Angela Madden at 222-3344.

  • Project ships butterflies to space

    “Butterflies can survive in space!” Students in Stephen Freyer’s fifth grade class at Harmony Elementary School are raising monarch butterflies in conjunction with NASA’s “Monarchs in Space” program.

    The project launched Nov. 16, when the space shuttle Atlantis took off from Kennedy Space Center bearing a load of three Monarch butterfly larvae, among other experiments. 

    Two days later, Atlantis docked at the International Space Station and the larvae were transferred to the Kibo Laboratory of the ISS.

  • Baptist Eastpoint to host Santa Dec. 13

    Santa Claus will be listening to the Christmas lists and sharing cookies with all the good little boys and girls who come to Baptist Eastpoint from 1-4 p.m. Dec. 13. 

    The free community event will include photos with Santa, kid-friendly crafts and activities (such as face painting, making ornaments and reindeer food, story time with Mrs. Claus and a cake walk), a holiday bazaar for parents to browse and a chance to win a Nintendo Wii. Cookies, popcorn, and juice will be served.

  • Holiday shows planned at the arts center

    “A Child’s Christmas Carol” and “Holiday Youth All-Stars” is scheduled at 7 p.m. Friday at the Oldham County Schools Arts Center, 7105 Floydsburg Rd., Crestwood. 

    Tickets are $7. 

    “A Child’s Christmas Carol” will also be performed at 11 a.m. Saturday   at the arts center.

    Tickets are $6. 

    Call 241-6018 for information or advance ticket purchase.