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Today's News

  • Local Program Brightens Holidays for Seniors

    This season holiday shoppers in the area can give cheer to area seniors by participating in the Be a Santa to a Senior  program.

     The program – run by the local Home Instead Senior Care office in partnership with local nursing facilities and senior living communities, Baptist Hospital, Walmart, volunteers and members of the community – helps ensure isolated seniors receive gifts and companionship during the holidays. This can be a difficult time for many, especially those who live alone or have lost spouses and loved ones.

  • OC Farm Bureau recognized

    The Oldham County Farm Bureau was recognized for outstanding membership and program achievement during the recent 94th Kentucky Farm Bureau annual meeting in Louisville. Sam Finney, center, accepts the award from David S. Beck, right, Kentucky Farm Bureau executive vice president, and Brad Smith, executive vice president of Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Companies, during a Dec. 6 recognition and awards program.

  • Shriners lend helping hand

     

    Members of the Oldham County Shrine Club delivered some special items of necessity for the youngsters attending Centerfield Elementary School. The Shriner’s said this was another chance to give back to the community in a special project called Masonry Matters. Shriners all over the world collect to help the children and we are proud to be able to help in our community. We wish to thank those that have given so generously and hope you will continue to do so.

  • Holiday happenings

    Several cities had their Christmas and holiday celebrations the first weekend of December, regardless of bad weather.

  • Holiday happenings

    Several cities had their Christmas and holiday celebrations the first weekend of December, regardless of bad weather.

  • My Living Will – Character Counts in Life

    When do you think this news headline was written? “Gambling, robbery, sexual immorality and violence are prevalent. Half of all children are born out of wedlock; purity and fidelity to the marriage vow are sneered out of fashion. Corruption in politics is rampant. The world is broken.” This was written in 1694.

  • Public Records Dec. 12

    La Grange Police Arrests

    Dec. 9 -- Melinda Simmons, 32,of LaGrange was cited and released for uttering false/forged prescription.

     

    Dec. 9 -- Stacey L. Jacobs, 41, of LaGrange, was arrested for 2 counts having controlled substance not in proper container, assault 4th, domestic violence, endangering the welfare of a minor.

    Property Transfers, DEC. 2-6, 2013

    Federal Home Loan Lucy Dean to Howard and Tina Kline, lot 20, Covered Bridge, Goshen, $200,000

  • Stroth is artist of the month for Gallery 104

    Photographer E. Ann Stroth knows no boundaries when she seeks to depict an image in the most creative way possible. After nearly 30 years in commercial photography, she is a master of the technical tools available to her but is always aware of the creative element.

    “It really is a balancing act,” she said. “I believe that some people get so involved in the technical details that they forget to enjoy the creative process.”

  • Litter pick up program a success

    The Litter Abatement Program was fully funded by the State of Kentucky through the Kentucky Department of Transportation.

    Oldham County received $70,020.71 for calendar year 2013. Oldham County hires non-profit groups based only in Oldham County to pick up litter along the community’s roadsides. They are paid a specific stipend if they collect all litter but can receive a higher stipend if they segregate recyclables (aluminum cans, whole glass bottles, and plastic bottles) from the litter into separate, marked bags.

  • OCS students, schools receive honors from Kentucky Youth Assembly

    Leadership, communication and critical thinking are three main goals of Oldham County Schools, and hundreds of students employed those skills while at the Kentucky Youth Assembly in recent weeks.

    All seven Oldham County middle and high schools attend this three-day experiential learning conference this year, participating in a simulation of the Commonwealth’s democratic process.