Children throughout the state are benefitting from a new magazine that teaches them that healthy living is fun.
FIT4FUN is a colorful magazine that encourages creativity, critical thinking and a healthy lifestyle for children in kindergarten through third grade.
Sixth-grade students at St. Francis School in Goshen are spreading their wings, and some paper, to reach out to Japan in the country's time of need.
This past fall, students read two books, "Hiroshima" and "One Thousand Paper Cranes," as part of a study about the atomic bombings of Japan by the United States.
An Oldham County High School student must have eaten his Wheaties the morning of the American College Testing exam.
Cory Smith, son of Tommy and Angela Smith of La Grange, earned a perfect score on the ACT, which has not been accomplished at his school in at least eight years, his guidance counselor said.
By Janell Oliver
special to the oldham era
Saturday morning may have been chilly and wet but that didn’t stop dozens of adults and children from attending a wildflower open house at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve in Goshen.
The event included two Wildflower Walks led by flower expert and executive director, Tavia Cathcart.
The Oldham County History Center presents dinner lecture series
Join the Oldham County History Center for a series of entertaining and educational evenings with great food and drink at the Irish Rover Too.
Reservations are required with discounts for history center members.
All events take place at 6 p.m. Wednesdays.
If you didn’t know better, you might think the culinary arts class at the Oldham County Schools Arvin Center is a show on the Food Network.
Students wearing red, black and white chef jackets huddle around stainless steel work tables.
A girl peers into a massive commercial mixer.
A Crestwood native is taking one small step toward a career as an astronaut.
Jake Gamsky, 23, a physics major at the University of Kentucky and 2006 graduate of South Oldham High School, was recently admitted to the International Space University space studies program.
In my second year as a newspaper publisher, a lady called to share her disgruntlement with a columnist our newspaper published.
She did not share this man’s view and somewhat comic approach regarding the talk of melting ice on the poles of our globe and the good things that could come of it.
Officials from the Kentucky transportation cabinet advise motorists that the following roadways are closed due to high water or damage from flooding:
• Ky. 3222 (Rose Island Road) in Oldham County is flooded at Oldham Acres Road (mile point 1.8) - NEW;