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Today's News

  • Remember to do an annual audit on yourself

    I am most thankful for the set of values I received in the course of my life from so many sources. At the same time, I am examining the scaffolding of beliefs, values and assumptions that I inherited from my family, school, religion and society. One by one and on an annual basis, I seek to dismantle and discard those that are not in keeping with mature adult living and cherish those that are.

  • Public Records Jan. 2

    La Grange Police Arrests

    Dec. 23 -- Halanna A. Hofmann, 34 , of LaGrange was cited and released for failure to produce insurance card, no registration plates, no registration receipt and operating on suspended or revoked operator’s license.

    KSP Arrests

    Dec. 18 -- Chester L. King, 56, of Mt. Sterling, Ky. Sodomy 1st

    Dec. 23 -- Jamal R. Stephenson, 22, of Louisville, execution of a bench warrant for another agency; Possession of marijuana; Possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • News briefs Jan. 2

    Appointment

    Gov. Steve Beshear has appointed the following members to the Kentucky Board of Certification of Fee-Base Pastoral Counselors:

    John Lepper, of Crestwood, is a pastoral counselor and head of a nonprofit at St. Matthews Pastoral Counseling Center and Kentucky Baptist Fellowship. He represents pastoral counselors. The appointment replaces Wade Rowatt, whose term has expired. Lepper shall serve for a term expiring Sept. 22, 2016.

    Extension office classes

  • Having a healthy fear of angels and the Lord

    What does an angel look like? The most famous pair of angels is perhaps Santi Raphael’s cute pair of cherubs. Type in angels on Google and there is no end to the cute, white faced, pink cheeked, precious winged, little creatures that have been drawn. They make us happy. Isn’t that what angels are supposed to do?

  • Baptist Health La Grange adds new therapy device for pediatric patients

    For the past 60 years, WHAS Crusade for Children has been one of our community’s leading advocates for pediatric special needs, donating 100 percent of all funds it collects to organizations that support children with special needs. This year, the Crusade, in collaboration with the Baptist Health Foundation, donated $75,252 for specialized equipment for Baptist Health. This is just the latest in a series of generous donations WHAS Crusade for Children has made to the Foundation, which total nearly $250,000 since 2011.

  • Locals discover interest in Keno

    The Kentucky Lottery’s latest game is adding extra incentive to stay in Oldham County when dining out.

    The lottery introduced a new Keno game months ago, hoping to boost revenues for the lottery, which supports education funding.

    So far, three Oldham County restaurants have installed Keno: Steve-O’s Italian Restaurant, Beef O’Brady’s and XRailsX.

    Steve Tingle, owner of Steve-O’s said he signed up for the game after being approached by lottery officials.

  • Farm to table twist

    A simple haircut led to the fulfillment of a dream for a local entrepreneur.

    While in the barber’s chair at Dorothy’s Barber Shop, Lonnie Young’s interest was piqued when he learned Starvin’ Marvin’s in Buckner had closed. Young immediately inquired about the space and began plans to fulfill his dream of opening a family-centered restaurant.

    Rooster Creek opened 36 days after the family signed the lease on the property. A complete renovation, new menu and a focus on happiness paved the way for the business to open on Nov. 6.

  • Prospect resident picked to start program at St. Jude’s

    A new job is music to Amy Love’s ears.

    The Prospect resident was recently hired by St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., to begin a music therapy program.

  • McDonald’s owner makes an impact

    By Stephanie Doyle

    Landmark news service

    George Saliba was 21 and spoke no English when he stepped onto a college campus in Ohio on May 29, 1979 – just three months away from the first day of classes.

  • McMurtrey good shot on the court, in the woods

    It wasn’t long after Jace Bryant took the Oldham County girls basketball coaching job in 2012 that he found out Ashley McMurtrey would be his star player.

    “As soon as I got the job people told me about her,” Bryant said.