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Today's News

  • HoneyBaked Ham returns to La Grange, needs workers

    HoneyBaked Ham enthusiasts will be excited to learn that it just got a bit easier to put their legendary products on your holiday table. No longer will Oldham County residents have to travel to Louisville to pick up cherished HoneyBaked Ham products. Beginning Nov. 7, shoppers will be able to pick up their favorite HoneyBaked Ham signature meats and one-of-a-kind side dishes at Kroger in La Grange.

  • Boys and Girls State participants honored

    The American Legion Oldham County Post #39 presented four senior students, who attended Kentucky 2014 Boys or Girls State, certificates of appreciation at their October meeting.

    Representatives from Oldham County High School were Jeremy Dodson and Molly Kate Stephens. From South Oldham High School were Jacob Herold and Erika Laws.

    The students, accompanied by parents and guidance counselors, were recognized individually. Commander Joe Hamilton presented each with their Certificate of Appreciation from The Ameican Legion.

    -Submitted info

  • Goat named Greatest of All-Time
  • Arts on Quality Place returns to Buckner YMCA

    A number of favorite St. James Court Art Show artists will be selling their works at the up and coming Oldham Arts on Quality Place show Oct. 24-26.

  • Celebrate Oldham County Retired Teachers week

    Oldham County Retired Teachers Week is Oct. 19-25.

    Retired teachers continue to render valuable services in diverse leadership roles in the community, they provide a pool of experience and training dedicated to the betterment of the community and they represent a loyal, patriotic and concerned citizenry to support local leaders and also state and national representatives.

  • Crestwood natives recognized as part of Gatton school

    Thirteen seniors from The Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky have been recognized by two separate organizations for their work in the classroom.

  • Education Briefs Oct. 16

    Goshen Elem.

    Climbing Club

    The Climbing Club at Goshen Elementary isn’t new, but it’s as popular as ever. Students learn more than physical fitness in this club. They learn about teamwork, trust and overcoming obstacles. The club is led by third grade teacher Brooke Noon, who has an athletic background and a great respect for the sport.

  • Public Records Oct. 16

    La Grange Police Arrests

    Oct. 10 -- Steven T. Leanhart, 47, La Grange, was arrested for operating a motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/drug/etc. first offense and careless driving.

  • Celebrating our railroad heritage

    By Helen E. McKinney

    Oldham County History Center

    Oldham County has always been an enterprising county. Town lots were set aside in La Grange in 1827, with founding fathers realizing the potential of future growth and knowing how important transportation was to their tiny town.

    Many times visitors to the Oldham County History Center and Peyton Samuel Head Family Museum ask if the town was built first or the railroad. It’s reminiscent of which came first: the chicken or the egg?

  • Expanding the arts in Oldham County