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Today's News

  • Holy Trinity Lutheran Church has one service this Sunday

    Holy Trinity Lutheran Church will have one service, at 9:30 a.m. Sunday.

    Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is located at 2416 S, Ky. 53 in La Grange.

  • Holy Trinity Lutheran Church will host Thanksgiving Eve service

    Holy Trinity Lutheran Church will host a Thanksgiving Eve service at 7 p.m. Wednesday. 

    Holy Communion will be offered.

    Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is located at 2416 S. Ky. 53 in La Grange.

  • ‘Taking Care of History’ series continues Dec. 3

    The next lecture in the Oldham County History Center’s “Taking Care of History” brown bag series takes place Dec. 3. 

    The lecture, called “Who Am I?” will be led by staff genealogist Dot Carraco. 

    Carraco will give tips for research on local family history. She has led the research on genealogy and cemeteries for the Oldham County History Center. 

    Classes are free but registration is required. Refreshments will be served and participants are encouraged to bring their own “brown bag.” 

  • Annual Youth For Food collection benefits Eastern Area Community Ministries

    On two Saturdays in November, two local churches will join together to collect food for Eastern Area Community Ministries in the annual Youth For Food collection. Boy and Girl Scouts will be collecting in Crestwood, Pewee Valley and La Grange and several food pantries and community food drives will benefit, including Immaculate Conception Parish Food Pantry in La Grange. In addition, a school collection at St. Mary Academy will also benefit the Immaculate Conception Parish Food Pantry. 

  • The trail of openness

    We children of the Internet and the cell phone and the Weather Channel think we are the enlightened ones. We aren’t fooled by anything. We just want the facts. We think we are on the right trail. 

  • Post office hours will be limited Nov. 25, 27

    Before heading to your local post office on Nov. 25 and 27, check to make sure it’s open. 

  • Laser Technology hopes to restore old opera house

    Employees of Laser Technology, located in the old Kincaid Hardware building in La Grange are considering restoration of the old opera house on the second floor of their building. 

    They are looking for old pictures of the building before the outside was changed. They have checked with the Oldham County Public Library, the Oldham County History Center and other groups, only to find just three photos.

  • Civic club hosts holiday home tour

    Crestwood Civic Club will host their annual holiday home tour and luncheon from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday. 

    There are three homes on this year’s tour. For ticket information, call  292-2701.

     

  • Game Bytes

    SOCCER

    Vitalis heads locals on all-state teams

    When: Monday. 

    Where: Louisville. 

  • County renews contract with trash service

    Oldham officials renewed a five-year contract Monday with Industrial Disposal.  

    The renewal begins Feb. 1 with a new rate. 

    Under the new contract, ID customers will pay $13.50 per month, which includes two roll carts. 

    Under the current contract, customers are paying $12.73 per month and 80 cents per rental per cart. 

    Oldham County Solid Waste Coordinator Linda Fountain said the new rate is a reduction of 3 cents for households with one cart, and 83 cents for households with two.