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Today's News

  • Football: North blows out Waggener

    Seven North Oldham players scored touchdowns Friday as the Mustangs recorded a 53-0 win against Waggener in Goshen.

    North (4-2, 1-1 Class 4-A, District 3) forced a first-half running clock and led by a score of 40-0 at halftime.

    Mustang winback Arien Beasley ran five times for 54 yards with two touchdowns. Kevin Graham, Chris Webb, Jackson Wine, Harrison Stuart and Chris Burton also ran for North touchdowns against the Wildcats (1-5, 1-1).

  • Football: South holds on for key district win

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham went into its game Friday against Cooper in search of a complete performance.

    The Dragons put together solid four-quarter efforts to begin the season with wins against Collins, Anderson County and Oldham County, but couldn’t sustain success in their last three games – losses to North Oldham and Conner and a win against Grant County.

    As senior linebacker Connor John described it, South got back on top of a roller coaster Friday against Cooper.

  • Boys soccer: Dragons, Bulldogs play to scoreless draw

    CRESTWOOD – Defense wins championships, and on Thursday night No. 2 Paul Laurence Dunbar and No. 9 South Oldham showed why they’re both favored to win their respective region championships and contend for a state crown.

    The Dragons and Bulldogs played to a 0-0 draw at Dragon Stadium in each team’s regular season finale.

    Both sides produced quality chances but neither could break completely through the other’s defense and goalkeeper.

  • Cross-country: Cole Dowdy, Searcy claim county titles

    BUCKNER – The Oldham County championships Wednesday went to prove just how even cross-country competition is in the county this season.

    Host Oldham County won the girls championship after the Lady Colonels got the advantage over North Oldham and South Oldham thanks to a tiebreaker.

    South Oldham won the boys title over North Oldham, placing four runners in the top five.

    South swept the individual titles, with sophomore Hallie Searcy winning the girls 5K and junior Cole Dowdy winning the boys championship.
     

  • Using God’s unconditional love in our own lives

    Fifteen years ago God sent me on an amazing journey to China to adopt my youngest daughter, Danielle. I knew as I looked into the eyes of the bewildered little girl (she was two and a half years old when we adopted her), that the amazing journey was just beginning. I have to admit I had an element of self-pride when I thought about how we would change this little orphan’s life by bringing her to the U.S. Was I in for a great surprise when I found out God had plans to use my daughter to teach me many important Bible lessons about life.

  • Public Records Oct. 9

    La Grange Police Arrests

    Oct. 4 - Omar N. Dorantes, 40, La Grange, was arrested for violation of a emergency protection order/domestic violence order

    Oct. 5 - Michael Scholz, 38, Kettering, Ohio, was arrested for possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia buy/possession.

    Property Transfers

    Nationstar Mortgage, LLC and Rebecca Wilson to Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, Lots 23 and 24, Lafayette Park, 705 W. Madison St., La Grange, $80,000, Commissioners Deed

  • College and Career night

    On Tuesday, Oct. 14, high school students and their families in Oldham County are encouraged to attend the next College and Career Night Program,

    “The ACT, PSAT and SAT Tests: What You Should Know Before Taking Them & How They Affect College Admission and Scholarship Opportunities.” The program will be from 7 to 8 p.m. in the South Oldham High School cafeteria.

  • St. Aloysius named Blue Ribbon
  • Teacher selected for innovative group

    The Fund for Transforming Education in Kentucky has named 21 teachers to its new Innovative Teacher Leader Cohort, one of which is from Oldham County. Ashley Lamb-Sinclair was chosen from a pool of fifty applicants after undergoing a rigorous review process. Teachers were ultimately chosen for their leadership ability in fostering a collaborative culture, promoting professional learning, and publicizing teaching and learning.

  • Education Briefs Oct. 9

    St. Francis Farm to Table fundraiser

    St. Francis School in Goshen will host its annual farm-to-table dinner and live auction this Saturday starting at 6:30 p.m. The event beings with cocktails and a silent auctions, followed by dinner and a live auction at 8 p.m. Dessert and dancing to follow. For more information, call 502-736-1005.

    PTA awards

    The following are membership awards presented during the summer at the Kentucky PTA Convention Leadership. These awards are for membership numbers during the 2013-14 School Year: