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Today's News

  • North stars fall in state title game

    LA GRANGE – The North Oldham Little League Senior softball all-stars fell just short in their quest for a state title Monday, falling to Adair County 10-5 at Walsh Park.

    Adair County took the lead 2-0 in the second inning before the North stars came back to score two of their own in the third after Paige Whittaker reached on an error and Kelly Vogel tripled. Vogel scored off a fielder’s choice off the bat of Kara Stinson.

    Adair County, however, came back to break the game open with six runs in the fourth inning.

  • Shredding event planned

    A shredding event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 12 at the Oldham County Fairgrounds.

    Officials are also planning a household hazardous waste collection event 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 10 at the fairgrounds.

  • Birth Announcement

    Aidyn Lee Tingle was born May 6, 2009, at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville. He weighed 6 pounds and 6 ounces and measured 18 and a half inches long.

    His parents are Tyler L. Tingle and Kristina M. Whelehan of La Grange. 

    Grandparents are Colleen Maeder of Georgetown and Ronnie and Mary Tingle of La Grange.

    Great-grandparents are Earl and the late Minnie Tingle, the late Don and Linda Collier, Carmen Espinal, Edward Whelehan and the late Susie Russ.

  • Game Bytes

    BOWLING

     

    Conn wins national tournament

    When: Friday. 

  • Mason attends circuit clerks summer college

    Linda G. Mason, circuit court clerk for Oldham County, recently participated in the 2009 Circuit Court Clerks Summer College in Lexington. 

    The Administrative Office of the Courts hosted the college, which offered sessions on how to improve and safeguard the Office of Circuit Court Clerk. Participants received 12.25 hours of continuing education credit. 

    Circuit court clerks attended sessions on managing jury records, serving domestic violence victims, maintaining court records and promoting excellent customer service. 

  • Pair charged with burglary at Apple Patch

    Police are investigating a burglary at Apple Patch Community in Brownsboro.

    Officers headed to the scene about 2 a.m. July 16 to the scene of a burglary in progress after Oldham County Police received information from La Grange Police.

    At the scene, officers detained a male suspect later identified as Michael K. Rogers, 19, of the 200 block of South Cedar Street, LaGrange.

  • La Grange man killed in motorcycle crash

    A La Grange man died Saturday after his motorcycle crashed on U.S. 42.

    According to police, Matthew Huberty, 22, of La Grange, wasn't wearing a helmet when his motorcycle crashed about 5:15 p.m. Saturday at U.S. 42 and Tobacco Road.

    Witnesses told police Huberty was traveling east bound on U.S. 42 when he lost control of his motorcycle. He was pronounced dead at the scene. 

  • One big barbecue

    The South Oldham Lions Club is proud to host this year’s Oldham County Backyard Barbecue and Craft Festival 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 12. 

    The park-like setting of The Maples, in Crestwood on W. Ky. 22, has been selected as the location for this year’s Lions Club fundraising event and admission is free.

    Registration for participants will be accepted through July 31. 

  • Visual art institute planned

    The Oldham County Schools Arts Center is offering a 2009 Summer Visual Art Institute course.

    The institute is an intensive summer course designed to work in correlation with other high school art classes to give students a stronger visual language. 

    To be accepted, students are required to audition for the institute by submitting a portfolio of five pieces of the student’s choice.  

    Admission is based on artistic merit and recommendation by their art teachers.  This course is approved by the OCBE for one performance-based credit. 

  • South Oldham continues change

    CRESTWOOD – A new building, a new league and plans to finish a new field all have the South Oldham Little League moving in a new      direction.

    With nearly 800 kids involved in T-ball, baseball and softball, the league has survived recent growing pains and is hoping to continue to move forward.

    “We’ve been a busy crew,” league president Daryl Baer said. “We’ve got T-ball kids playing at five and big league kids playing at 18, so it runs the course.”