Today's News

  • Cantrell Honored


  • Poor representation is worse than none!

    By Mike DiGiuro


    As I cast my view from the back end of the 4th Congressional District  towards Washington DC, I am particularly  annoyed by the actions of our elected representative Thomas Massie; who apparently has no concept of how to govern. 


    “Mommy, wake up! We’re back where we started!”

    Hubby and I, along with our two little ones, had fallen asleep on the train.  I glanced at my phone. It was nearly 1 a.m.  Then the announcement, “All passengers are requested to exit at this stop.” 

  • South Oldham Fire Fest

    The South Oldham Fire Department held their annual Fire Fest last Saturday. Turnout was solid again this year, despite rain washing out many outdoor activities in the afternoon.

  • North boys soccer finishing strong


  • South facing defending 5A runner-up Friday

    South Oldham has a chance to create a good position for itself in the Class 5A District 5 race Friday.

    The Dragons (4-3, 2-0 District 5) will head north to Cooper (2-5, 0-2), attempting to keep an unblemished district record alive.

    But in order to leave Union with a 3-0 district record, South will have to take down an opponent it’s struggled against.

    “We’ve never beat Cooper,” coach Jamie Reed said. “We’ll need a good week of practice from everyone because it’ll be a tough game.”

  • High School Sports Results

    Field Hockey

      10/3 Eastern 4, North Oldham 0

      10/3 Mercy 11, South Oldham 1


       10/4 South Oldham 42, Grant County 3

    Boys Soccer

       10/1 North Oldham 4, Oldham County 1

       10/3 North Oldham 2, Louisville Collegiate 1

       10/3 Oldham County 9, Elizabethtown 0

       10/3 South Oldham 9, Shelby County 0

    Girls Soccer

      10/1 Oldham County 3, Christian Academy-

       Louisville 0

  • Railroad and Bluegrass Festival This Weekend

    Discover Downtown LaGrange will host its 4th Annual La Grange Railroad and Bluegrass Festival this weekend in historic downtown LaGrange. Admission is free to the public and will feature a variety of downtown activities including music entertainment Friday night and throughout the day Saturday, Farmer’s Market, Model Train and Toy Swap Meet, kid’s miniature train rides, workshops, a cardboard box train parade, and two first time events, the La Grange Railroad Festival Beauty Pageant and Club Car Invitational Cornhole Tournament.

  • OCHS Homecoming



    When I was a little girl, my family lived close enough to town that I could walk to the grocery store. One summer day, my sister and I decided to walk to the store for ice cream and took our dog, Hobo, with us. Hobo soon got hot and tired and demanded he be carried the rest of the way.