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Today's News

  • St. John United Methodist Church hosts banquet

    eeThe “Ignite the Spirit” Wild and Mild Banquet will take place at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 12 at St. John United Methodist Church. 

    Tickets are $10 for a meal, and guest speaker is Jeff Miller. The church is located at 12700 W. U.S. 42 in Prospect. 

    For information, call 228-2897 or visit www.stjohnprospect.com

  • Dollars for Scholars awards money for college

    The Latest:  Oldham County Dollars for Scholars, a non-profit organization established five years ago, offers more than 60 scholarships from local businesses to help Oldham County students with the rising cost of higher education. 

    Application forms went online Monday and are due in less than 30 days. Scholarships for 2010 range from $500 to $5,000. By submitting only one application, students can apply for multiple scholarships. Some scholarships require essays.

  • Game Bytes

    BASKETBALL

    South Oldham vs. Anderson County

    When: Where: Key players: Game highlights: SOHS - 19 10 22 18 69 - Austin Bowling 16, Casey Jackson 15, Brice Jewett 9, Carson Fields 7, Chris Schumm 8, Chris Dogan 10, Trent Martin 4, 69.

    ANDERSON COUNTY - 17 22 12 7 58 - Warford 8, Ruggles 10, Newton 2, Hyatt 6, Cox 3, Kelly 2, Trimble 6, Russell 21, 58.

    Oldham County vs. Shelby County

  • Kopper named to dean’s list at Baldwin-Wallace College

    Emily Kopper of Prospect was named to the dean’s list at Baldwin-Wallace College for the fall semester.

    Students must earn a 3.5 grade-point average to be named to the dean’s list.

  • Green Thumbs Garden Club meets Monday

    The Green Thumbs Garden Club will meet 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Oldham County Extension Office in La Grange. The annual membership drive meeting will feature guest speaker Monty Justice, founder and developer of Monty’s Plant Food products.

    For information, call 222-9453.

  • Book about county history will be released this month

    A new book on Oldham County’s history, “Oldham County: Stories from the River’s Edge,” will be released later this month. 

    Dr. Nancy Stearns Theiss, executive director of the Oldham County Historical Society, describes the muddy waters of the county’s beginnings, through turbulent times and along the currents of progress.

    Through the efforts of the Oldham County Historical Society, the stories have been preserved through court documents, old newspapers and other artifacts from Oldham County.ee

  • The tick of time

     To an adult an oak tree is just a tree, a cloud passing before the moon is just a cloud like those that have gone before. But to a child that same tree is a jungle gym and that same cloud is an elephant in the sky. Things happen for the first time to a child. The world is born fresh with each pulse of time.

  • Relief efforts are continuing in Haiti

    Relief efforts are continuing in Haiti, with many around the world donating what they can in terms of food, supplies, money and time to help. In Oldham County, healthcare workers and several schools are getting involved. One family is providing a friend from Haiti a place to stay.  The Oldham Era will soon profile local efforts to support Haiti. Send your photos and information to news@oldhamera.com by noon Monday to let us know how you’ve joined the relief effort.

  • Library’s board of trustees meets today

    The Oldham County Public Library board of trustees meets at 6:30 p.m. today (Thursday) at the Main Library in La Grange.ee

    For information call library director Susan Eubank at 222-9713.

  • Police accepting applications for Citizens’ Police Academy

    The La Grange Police Department is now accepting applications for the upcoming 2010 Citizens’ Police Academy.  

    During the academy, participants meet at 6 p.m. Thursdays from March 18 to May 20 to learn about local police and the justice system.