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Today's News

  • La Grange Church of God hosts Bible studies

    At 10 a.m. Saturday, La Grange Church of God will host a men's prayer breakfast and Bible study, called “Lifebuilders.”

     

    At 9 a.m. Nov. 17, the church will host a women's Bible study called "Women of Faith."

  • Music Makers

     The South Oldham High School Marching Dragons  performed their show,  ÒAurora BorealisÓ at the SOHS stadium Saturday when the Dragons hosted the KMEA Divison AAAA semi-finals.

    They were one of 16 high school marching bands competing for one of the top four spots for finals competition, which took place Saturday night at Papa John's Stadium in Louisville.

  • Barnes and Noble will host reading events

    Barnes and Noble Booksellers in the Summit shopping center in Louisville will host two reading events involving Oldham County students in November.

     

  • St. Aloysius students collect canned goods for Schumann Center

    From Nov. 1 through 12, the students of St. Aloysius collected can goods and other non-perishable food items for the Schumann Center in Louisville. 

    The St. Aloysius Middle School Communities have been paired up with younger grades and are competing to see who can bring in the most canned goods. 

    At 12:30 p.m. today (Thursday) in the St. Aloysius gym, the groups will get to 'play with their food' and build architectural masterpieces in the second-annual "Canstruction" event.

  • Karen’s Book Barn will host book signing Friday

    Thomas Freese of Louisville, author of "Ghosts, Spirits and Angels: True Tales from Kentucky and Beyond," will sign copies of his book from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Karen's Book Barn in La Grange.

     

  • Local business plans expansion, will stay in community

    The Kentucky Economic Development Authority recently approved an Oldham County business for state tax incentives. 

    Artemis Electronics, located in Goshen, was approved for $1,250,000 in tax incentives over the next 10 years through the state's Kentucky Business Investment initiative.

    Artemis Electronics performs complete overhaul and repair of any type of circuit board.  The company is specialized in military equipment and its capabilities include reverse engineering, technical manual writing, form-fit functions and more. 

  • Civic club will host monthly meeting Friday

    Crestwood Civic Club will host their monthly meeting at 10:30 a.m. at the Civic ClubÕs Clubhouse at 7215 Kavanaugh Road in Crestwood.

     

    For information, call 241-0231.

  • La Grange students graduate from Sullivan University

    Karen Grazional of La Grange recently graduated from Sullivan University in Louisville  with a bachelor's degree in management.

    Joel Huberman of La Grange recently graduated from Sullivan, with  bachelor's degrees in management and logistics/distribution.

  • Holy Trinity Lutheran Church renames preschool playground

    Holy Trinity Lutheran Church recently named its new preschool playground after Paul Strand of La Grange. 

    The dedication recognizes Strand's role in moving and reconstructing the playground and other projects. 

  • Family game "Ruckus' at La Grange toy store selling well

    The Treasured Child, a small La Grange specialty store is one of the nation's top sellers of a family game called Ruckus, outselling much larger retailers across the country, according to Dan Levy, president of Funstreet Inc and the game's creator and manufacturer.

    Levy said the Treasured Child is in the top 5 percent of the 1,500 stores selling the game nationwide. Ruckus has been carried by Toys 'R' Us, Target, FAO Schwarz and Nordstrom. He said none of the stores in those chains has ever made it into the top 5 percent.