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Today's News

  • Bowling tops in shot and discus

    BUCKNER – With each passing week Isaac Bowling comes a bit closer to the ultimate goal.
    Bowling, an Oldham County High School senior, is dominating the state AAA track and field scene  in the discus and shot put this season with a firm grip on the No. 1 ranking in both events.

  • Waits leads young Lady Mustangs squad

    GOSHEN – She may only be in the seventh grade, but Maddie Waits is well aware of the tradition she is now helping to lead.
    Waits, a North Oldham Middle school student is holding down the No. 1 singles spot for the North Oldham High School girls’ tennis program that has won six straight regional titles.

  • Grams fires perfect game for Colonels

    BUCKNER – For once Alex Grams didn’t want to hear his teammates chattering behind him when he was on the mound.
    Grams, an Oldham County High School senior fired a perfect game in a 17-0 win over Trimble County April 14.

  • SOHS boys tennis set for regional run

    CRESTWOOD – With just two losses this season the South Oldham boys tennis team is priming for another regional title.
    “Right now things are going really well,” SOHS coach Wood McGraw said. “We took a pretty strong Male team to a 3-2 match and Trinity beat us 3-2, other than that we haven’t been beaten.”

  • Athlete of the Week: Hayden Whitelaw

    Name: Hayden Whitelaw.
    School: North Oldham Middle School.
    Sport: Tennis.
    Age: 12.
    Hometown: Goshen
    Parents: Christine and Grady Whitelaw.
    Accomplishments: Whitelaw, a seventh-grader at North Oldham Middle School, has stepped into the varsity lineup for the North Oldham High School tennis team this year.

  • GINGER: Do-it-yourself projects make me shelf-conscious

    I stopped by my girlfriend’s house the other day and saw that, once again, she was moving furniture.  Lots of ladies enjoy rearranging their furnishings from time to time, but she takes it to a whole new level.
    Not only does she move the furniture, but she generally changes it somehow. She is the queen of re-purposing.

  • ENOUGH OF THE EIGHT – What’s best for kids?

    A town hall meeting April 14 at North Oldham High School attracted 25 residents interested in a discussion with members of the Oldham County Board of Education.
    The school board hosted the meeting, and six members of the audience signed in to address the board.

  • Another man’s treasure available free during clothing swap

    It’s a sight you don’t want to miss as hundreds of items from clothes to furniture a Crestwood church and are given away at no charge.
    The event takes place at the Crestwood Stake Center during the fifth-annual Swap N’ Shop from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The center is located at 6401 Westwind Way in Crestwood.

  • Steelworkers rally for contract changes

      

    Steelworkers rallied Wednesday afternoon in protest of a lockout by their employer.

  • Wind rips roof from former Brownsboro restaurant

    Strong winds ripped the roof from the site of a former Brownsboro restuarant early Wednesday morning as a line of storms stretching from central Indiana to central Kentucky swept through Oldham County.

    A building that housed the Brownsboro Eatery on Ky. 329 in Crestwood lost more than a third of its roof at the height of the storm.