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Today's News

  • Pair indicted for murder in La Grange

    Two men arrested in February on charges related to the shooting death of a La Grange man are now indicted.  Raymond M. Carrion II, 28, and Jason E. Parr, 25, are indicted on a number of charges, including wanton endangerment, burglary and murder for the death of 33-year-old James E. Bailey at a La Grange apartment complex Feb. 1. With assistance from Oldham County Police Department, Kentucky State Police and Louisville Metro Police, LPD arrested Parr and Carrion Feb.

  • Obstacles to Grace - Spring Housecleaning

    As we come closer to Easter I want to celebrate God’s gift of grace. When we know and love Jesus Christ personally as our Lord and Savior then we can understand grace, which is God’s love and forgiveness of our sins which is not contingent on anything we do. We don’t earn grace and we don’t deserve it. It is a free gift given to us because God loves us so much.  In the Parable of the Day Laborers (Matthew 20:1-16) Jesus tells us all about the God’s out-of-control grace showered down upon us.

  • The home team

    CRESTWOOD – They are homeless no more.

  • Sheriff's Reports

     Sheriff’s reports

  • News Briefs

     South Oldham Fire seeks volunteers

  • Quigley still winning sets

    CRESTWOOD – Playing college tennis has been a different experience for Eric Quigley. He’s actually lost a couple of matches. But just a couple, the former four-time state singles champion from South Oldham High School has a 11-2 record as a freshman playing No. 3 singles for the University of Kentucky. “It’s going good, as a team we are ranked No. 13 in the country and I am 11-2 right now,” Quigley said. “The biggest difference is every match is so tough. There are no easy days. That, plus the travel.

  • Police Reports

    Alcohol/drug arrests

  • Letters to the Editor

    Westport resident is battling pancreatic cancer

  • Door-to-door salespeople must register

    Ready to pound the pavement and make a living based on your shoe leather, charm and magazine prices? Not so fast. 

    Oldham County Fiscal Court passed an ordinance March 17 requiring door-to-door salespeople to register with the Oldham County Police Department, undergo a background check and pay $100 before hitting the sidewalk with an identification badge visible. 

    The license must be renewed every six months for $50.

  • Job applicant files suit against Oldham County Police

    A Shelby County resident alleges that the Oldham County Police Department denied him a job due to his membership in the National Guard. Bruce Gentry, of Shelby County, is a member of the Kentucky National Guard and a police officer with the Shelbyville Police Department. He has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against OCPD alleging the department denied him a job because of his military commitment. According to the suit, Gentry applied for a position with OCPD in November 2007.