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Today's News

  • Education Briefs

    “Our Town” tickets on sale

    The Oldham County Schools Arts Center’s youth theatre production of “Our Town” will be performed on November 8th and 9th at 7pm. 7105 Floydsburg Rd., Crestwood.

    Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students and children and may be purchased at the door or in advance by calling 502-241-6018.

    Deans List

  • Band finishes season with first place win

     

  • This Week’s Schedule

    Football

       11/8 Doss at North Oldham, 7:30

       11/8 Oldham County at Male, 7:30

       11/8 West Jessamine at South Oldham, 7:30

    Girls Soccer

       11/7 Oldham County vs. Sacred Heart at Dunbar High School, 6

    Volleyball

       11/8 Oldham County vs. Hazard at Valley High School, 11 a.m.

       11/8 State quarterfinals, semifinals and finals at Valley High School, Time  TBD

  • La Grange Rotary Students of the Month

    The LaGrange Rotary Club is pleased to announce the October students of the month from Oldham County High School, Benjamin Finch and Griffin Bowling and from the Arvin Education Center, Kaylee Kroyer. 

  • Championship Dreams

     

  • Go outside, Go Home, Go Away

    Take care of yourself.  It’s something most of us don’t do very well.  Do you?  Admit it – it’s last on your list of things to do that never get done.  But now you’ve noticed how depleted you feel mentally and physically.

  • Ag Agents Awarded
  • OC senior uses big trucks to combat bullying

    Macey Nichter likes to drive big trucks.

    Not the tricked-out Chevys and Fords, with lift kits and larger than normal tires. Macey likes the tires to be around 64 inches tall and weight about 700 pounds each.

    That’s because Macey likes monster trucks and at 17-years-old, the Wesport resident is the youngest driver in the national Monster X circuit.

    “Full size monster trucks like you see on TV crushing cars and vans, I drive that!” Macey said.

  • Mayor on insurance mix-up: ‘It’s over’

    A prolonged fight over $12,000 in uncollected insurance contributions from La Grange city employees has seemingly run its course.

    After an hour of discussion, the La Grange City Council voted 5-4 against a committee proposal to authorize reclamation of the missing payments from the checks of city employees, with Mayor Bill Lammlein breaking a tie on the council.

  • Enriching lives for 25 years

    A young woman puts a load of laundry in the washer.

    A young man writes the next chapter in his book.

    Another young man explores an aquarium in Florida via the internet.

    Roommates sit down at the table to share dinner.

    All slices of life for the residents and clients of Apple Patch, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.

    Today Apple Patch serves nearly 300 adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) through a variety of programming. Its beginnings, however, were quite humble.