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Today's News

  • Youth mud run announced
  • Trivia night fundraiser

    Oldham County Middle School invites you to attend Family Tree Foundation Trivia Night on Saturday, March 22, at 6 p.m. at St. Aloysius Catholic Church at 212 Mt. Mercy Drive in Pewee Valley.

    Regular Tables are $120 for 8 people (ages 18 and over only).  Please feel free to bring your own snacks and drinks, adult beverages are welcome. VIP Tables are $200 for 8 people.  VIP Benefits: Soda/Water, Dessert, Raffle Tickets, 2 Free Answers, Prime Table Placement and Runner.

  • Goshen student serves as page for Sen. Harris
  • Speech team competes

    Congratulations to the 2013-2014 NOHS Speech Team for a job well done at the 2014 KHSSL State Championship Tournament at UK. Brooke Hasl placed fifth overall in the Prose state finals to become a state finalist.

    The following students also reached the semifinal round (top 18) of state competition:

    Cedric Withrow and Anabel Unker-

    -Dramatic Interpretation State Semifinalists. Kiersten Cleveland and Grace Elbert--Duo Interpretation State Semifinalists--they finished 10th overall.

  • Teen takes on underage tanning
  • Free Agents or Unconditionally Elected

    Who shall be saved? Who are the elect that will spend eternity with God? How much does God know about who will be saved and who will be lost to hell? How much free will do we actually have?

    One option is Universalism, which means everyone will be saved. This has the broader application that all religious roads lead to heaven. One can find individual verses that seem to support this belief like John 3:17, “For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him.”

  • Public Records March 20

    La Grange Police Arrests

    March 14 - Joseph H. Jordan, 24, Beaumont, Miss. was arrested for DUI 2nd offense, disregard stop sign, speeding.

    March 14- Candyce N. McSwaine, 21, New Augusta, Miss. was arrested for Alcohol Intoxication.

    March 14-Marresha B. Bell, 23, Louisville was arrested for operating vehicle w/o license, no proof/no insurance, disregard stop sign.

     

    March 15 -William A. Cotton, 18, Louisville, was arrested for DUI, careless driving, no operators license, no seat belt.

  • Notebook: Hoptown's Henry beats South at its own game

    LEXINGTON – Hopkinsville's Demarius Henry could've fit right into a South Oldham jersey Wednesday afternoon.

    The Tiger guard was 5-of-9 from beyond the arc as Hoptown eliminated South 83-62 in the first round of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena.

    Overall the Tigers (31-2) shot 7-of-17 on 3-pointers, matching the same number hit by South (7-of-29) on 12 fewer attempts.

    Henry set the tone for that shooting performance, hitting four 3's in the first quarter. He finished with 15 points.

  • Hopkinsville ends South's season at Sweet 16

    LEXINGTON – For the second straight year, Hopkinsville was just too much for South Oldham on the state's biggest stage.

    Tra Edwards scored a game-high 30 points as the Tigers, ranked No. 1 in the state AP poll, beat the Dragons 83-62 Wednesday afternoon in the first round of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena.

    Hoptown (31-2) took a 6-5 lead in the first quarter on an Edwards 3-point play and never looked back. The Tigers will play Trinity in the state quarterfinals Friday afternoon.

  • Leanhart named pitcher of week

    Indiana University Southeast freshman Jessica Leanhart was named the KIAC softball pitcher of the week by KIAC officials on March 3.

    Leanhart, an Oldham County High School product, finished the week 2-0 after earning the win against St. Catharine and Brescia. She finished the week with a 3.23 earned run average and struck out 14 opposing batters in 13 innings pitched.

    Leanhart’s best outing of the week came in a 2-1 win over Brescia when she pitched a complete game, giving up one run on six hits while striking out seven.