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Today's News

  • Haddix named warden at Luther Luckett
  • Engagement Announcement

    Judy and Stan Vetovitz of Crestwood announce the engagement of their daughter, Michelle Murray Vetovitz to Lance Martin Roe, son of Lisa and Louis Roe of Youngstown, N.Y.
    The bride-to-be graduated from South Oldham High School in 2007, then Indiana University with a bachelor of arts degree in communications and marketing. She is currently employed as a senior media buyer at Butler/Till in Rochester, N.Y. She is currently pursuing an MBA.

  • Historical Society offers walking history tours of La Grange

     Spend a few hours on a downtown walking tour of La Grange and learn things you never knew about the quaint town beside the railroad tracks. Join Dr. Nancy Stearns Theiss, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Oldham County History Center, as she leads an informative and fun stroll through La Grange, pointing out various highlights of the town’s history.

  • Troop 200 completes Au Sable

     Boy Scout Troop 200 recently returned from a High Adventure canoe trip in northern Michigan. The troop completed the Au Sable River Canoe Marathon course, covering 120 miles from Grayling to Oscoda in seven days. They camped each night along the river, carrying all their food and supplies in the canoes. The course has multiple hydro-electric dams that required portaging the canoes and gear.

  • Apple Patch partners with Kentucky Colonels

     Kentucky Colonels from all over the world are partnering with Apple Patch Community, Inc to improve the lives of those living in this community.

    On Sept. 9, Apple Patch will receive a grant from the Honorable Order of Kentucky during a ceremony at the Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville.   

  • Historic marker to be dedicated Sept. 12

     On Saturday, Sept. 12, at 6 p.m., a special highway transportation marker will be dedicated to Richard James Oglesby during the Brownsboro Days Festival. The marker is funded through Oldham County Tourism and is a part of the statewide historical marker program sponsored by the Kentucky Historical Society and the Kentucky Department of Transportation. It will be placed near the Brownsboro Community Center during the Brownsboro Days Festival.

  • Nash earns Eagle Scout

     Aidan Nathaniel Nash of Crestwood has earned the highest advancement award the Boy Scouts of America offers to Scouts, the Eagle Scout Award. 

    A member of Troop 28 in Crestwood, Nash is one of approximately 4 percent of all Boy Scouts who attain the Eagle rank, according to Scoutmaster Greg Wilson. 

  • OCPD alums tour helicopter
  • Crestwood Elementary recognized nationally

     Crestwood Elementary has been named a “National PTA School of Excellence” — the only school earning the honor in Kentucky out of 124 designees named for 2015-17.

    The National PTA School of Excellence designation honors accomplishments in building strong, effective family-school partnerships, which are proven to make a difference for students and schools.

  • Lund named Elementary Music Educator of the Year

     Former Colonel marching band member Matthew Lund hopes to inspire a future generation of players as the music teacher at Crestwood Elementary. In his fourth year of teaching, Lund was recently named the Fifth District Elementary Music Educator of the Year by members of the Kentucky Music Educators Association.