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Today's News

  • Practice kindness

    The practice of kindness encompasses a range of small acts and habits that we know as old-fashioned good manners – saying “please” and “thank you,” waiting your turn, being on time, lending a helping hand, or cheering someone up with a smile. It applies not just to your relationships with other people. It extends to things, animals, plants and the earth.

    This practice also means being generous with your presence, your time and your money. Give freely without expecting anything in return. Just do it. Kindness is not a quid pro quo endeavor.

  • Business News

    Orthodontists donate books to Oldham County libraries

    Dr. and Mrs. Eric Bednar, orthodontists at BracesBracesBraces, recently purchased and donated books to three libraries in Oldham County.

    Dr. and Mrs. Bednar – who practices orthodontics at two locations in Oldham County – said they want to make sure that the libraries in Oldham County have plenty of books on the shelves for children to read.

    They purchased three sets of the same books, so each branch could have a set.

  • North, South in contention for title

    FRANKFORT – Led by their solid singles and doubles combinations, the North Oldham and South Oldham high school tennis teams are in the hunt for a regional title.

    NOHS secured the first round lead Monday at Franklin County High School with the day cut short by rain. The Mustangs notched seven points just ahead of Franklin County, SOHS and Western Hills with five points each and Oldham County High School with four points.

    The Lady Mustangs scored six points, ahead of Bullitt East and Franklin County with four points and SOHS with three. OCHS scored two points.

  • Davis files suit against U of L assistant coach

    A ticket broker who resides in Oldham County has filed suit against a University of Louisville men’s basketball coach, alleging that the coach “unjustly” kept $50,000 in cash related to the procurement of Kentucky Derby tickets.

  • Education News

    Local student musician selected to participate in music tour of Europe

    Katie Vilardell of Crestwood was recently selected to participate in the Kentucky Ambassadors of Music’s tour of Europe this summer.

    She has been a member of the South Oldham High School music program under the direction of Ryan McAllister.

    She is the daughter of Patrick and Shela Vilardell.

    Crain named to dean’s list at Murray State University

  • Groups reach agreement on Oldham Reserve

    On Friday of this week, the Oldham-La Grange Development Authority and Talmage Hocker, president of The Hocker Group LLC, are expected to sign an agreement forming a partnership to develop the Oldham Reserve Business Campus. This will mark the first public/private partnership for both entities.

    Oldham Reserve is a 1,000-acre planned unit development located off of I-71 at exit 22 in La Grange. The campus will house a mixture of retail, office and residential uses.

  • Game Bytes

    Basketball

    Henley hosting camp at NOHS

    When: June 14-17.

    Where: North Oldham High School.

    What: North Oldham High School boys’ basketball coach David Henley will host his summer camp June 14 to 17 at NOHS.

    Campers in first through fifth grade will compete from 8:30 a.m. to noon and from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. campers in the sixth grade and up will practice. The cost is $75 per camper. The cost is $60 for a second child from the same immediate family and $50 for a third child.

  • God's Law: The way things are

    We read in Psalm 119:8, “I will observe your statutes.” I like the Psalmist’s clear communication of what he “will” do. It is forceful and committed. “I will observe God’s statutes.” Notice he does not write, “I will try to observe God’s statutes.” “Try” is one of those words that we should tune our ear to so that when we use it, we question our commitment.

  • News In Brief

    Marriage workshop offered Saturday

    The Marriage Education and Resource Center will offer a workshop, “Love and Respect,” from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Baptist Hospital Northeast in La Grange.

    The workshop is free but donations are accepted.

    To register, call  939-0121, e-mail:  pdhud9@aol.com or visit kymrc.com.

    St. Francis Episcopal Church hosts vacation Bible school

  • One of county’s most dangerous roads gets much-needed improvements

    One of Oldham County’s most dangerous roads is getting some much-needed safety improvements, according to county officials.

    County engineer Beth Stuber said Hawley Gibson Road is undergoing an expansion during the next few weeks, a project similar to those done recently on Locke Lane and Cedar Point Road.

    The plan, she said, is to widen the road to 20 feet of pavement with black asphalt and an 18-inch roll curb on each side.