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Today's News

  • OCPD reaches agreement with LMPD

    Oldham officials reached an agreement Tuesday so Louisville Metro Police and Oldham County Police officers can effectively assist each other when necessary while  to calls along the Oldham-Jefferson line. As part of the agreement, individuals arrested by LMPD in Oldham County will appear in Oldham district court, just like individuals arrested by OCPD in Jefferson County appear in court there.  “They’re prepared to come if we ask,” OCPD Chief Mike Griffin said. He said OCPD is also prepared to assist LMPD if needed, and th

  • Opennrange to host conceal carry class

    Openrange will host a state-mandated conceal carry class from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.  Openrange shooting sports arena is located in Crestwood. For information, call 243-8282.  

  • Rollover crash injures three North Oldham firefighters responding to alarm

    When a fire truck slammed into a series of utility poles early Sunday, an Oldham County dispatcher coordinating rescue efforts from a call center in Buckner had no idea her husband would be the firefighter loaded into a helicopter bound for University Hospital in Louisville.

    Three North Oldham firefighters were injured as a fire truck crashed about 1:30 a.m. along U.S. 42 in Goshen while headed to Paramont Estates on the report of an alarm sounding. 

    NOFD Deputy Chief David Stoltz said all three men on board were taken to area hospitals.

  • BBB cautions on text message donations for Haiti relief efforts

    In the wake of the earthquake disaster in Haiti, Americans are donating via text message more than ever before. The Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance advises donors that giving through text can be a safe and easy way to give—but you should still use caution.

     

    Within days following the disaster in Haiti, it was widely reported that more than $3 million was donated through text message to such organizations as the Red Cross and others.

     

  • Men charged in friend's death

    Two Oldham County men face manslaughter charges in the October 2008 shooting death of a Shelbyville resident.

    Timothy Carpenter of La Grange and Joshua Fast of Crestwood, both 23, have been indicted by a Shelby County grand jury and charged with complicity to second-degree manslaughter.

    David L. Fletcher, 28, a Shelbyville father of four formerly of La Grange, suffered a gunshot wound Oct. 18, 2008, during an apparent burglary at 1011 Brown Avenue.

  • Spay/neuter clinic is Monday in La Grange

    The Humane Society of Oldham County will offer a low-cost dog and cat spay/neuter clinic for those who cannot afford full service veterinary care Monday in La Grange.

    Registration is required. Call 222-7537. Details are provided with registration.

  • North girls man up

    GOSHEN – A new and improved attitude has led to a new and improved version of the North Oldham girls’ basketball team so far this season.

    The Lady Mustangs are off to an 8-4 record, the best in the program’s history.

  • Library hosts long-term care seminar

    The Oldham County Public Library will host a long-term care seminar from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 21. 

    The seminar is free and will be presented by Elise Goldberg and Jackie Taylor. It will include information on learning how to protect assets, staying at home longer and partnerships.Reservations requested. Call 523-2606 or 376-9618.

  • Second Street is spared by gates

    Crews from CSX and La Grange Public Works began installing crossing gates at Second Street in La Grange Monday – a move that allows the city to maintain its quiet zone.

    Mayor Elsie Carter announced Friday that gates will arrive within a week and wiring will begin soon after.

    The city’s public works department will assist CSX with the gate installation.

    On Monday, crews started the installation process by digging holes for the gates.

  • Former code enforcement officer files suit claiming wrongful termination

    A former county employee claims supervisors forced him to cite property owners for non-existent code violations to generate revenue for Oldham County government.

    In a lawsuit filed Dec. 30 against Oldham County Fiscal Court, former code enforcement officer Mitch Nobles claims he reported his immediate supervisor’s wrongdoing on several occasions and ultimately lost his job.