Today's News

  • Lake gets new fishing dock
  • Lakin, Mason make preseason all-state

    They are the arm and the bat that just may carry the Oldham County High School baseball team over the hump to a regional baseball championship this season.
    Seniors Ryan Lakin and Wade Mason have both been selected to the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches’ Association preseason all-state team after strong junior seasons that saw them lead the Colonels to a 21-12 record and regional semifinals last year.

  • Athlete of the Week: Austin Veech

    Name: Austin Veech.
    School: Oldham County Middle School.
    Sport: Baseball.
    Position: Catcher.
    Age: 14.
    Hometown: La Grange.
    Parents: Scott and Mari Jo Veech.
    Accomplishments: An eighth-grader at Oldham County Middle School, Veech is entering his second-year as the starting catcher for the OCMS baseball team and has been elected the team captain.
    Veech helped the Colonels to a second straight league title last season with his outstanding defensive work behind the plate and solid hitting.

  • GINGER: Decluttering brings remorse for selling Grandma's cookie jar

    Besides my hymnal collection, and the refrigerator magnets I pick up to commemorate my travels, I’m not much of a collector. In fact, I’m kind of the opposite.

    I get tired of having stuff around, so I am constantly decluttering. With seven people in our home, things tend to accumulate rather quickly, and I start to feel like I’m suffocating.

  • PUBLISHER: Trains, planes and daily news

    Arriving in La Grange for the first time last November, I was as giddy as a 5-year-old to see a train run through the middle of town. The attraction of trains for boys is a somewhat odd trait of male genes, but one that has always captured my attention from the small-scale toy trains to standing and analyzing the mechanics of large diesels sitting on sidetracks.

  • Did you know? President Woodrow Wilson honored La Grange resident for innovation

    “Like writing history with lightning,” were the words used by President Woodrow Wilson to describe the first movie shown in the White House in 1915.

    That movie, "Birth of a Nation," was created by La Grange native D.W. Griffith, whose initials, carved by his own hand in concrete, are still visible in La Grange today. 

  • Notorious railroad crossings mar Oldham transportation

     Certain crossings in Oldham County are notorious for being dangerous, difficult to navigate or downright irritating for local commuters.

  • Bridge Hill sees fewer crashes

    Cindy Muncie and her family have had a number of brushes with big, bad Bridge Hill.

  • 'Gator doodles' in high demand

    With Gator Doodles in high demand, the crayon factory at Goshen Elementary is operating at full capacity.

  • La Grange woman dies after Henry County accident

    An Oldham County woman died this morning of injuries sustained in a collision in Henry County March 15.

    Sarah Cornish, 23, of La Grange, died just before 1:30 a.m. Monday at the University of Louisville Intensive Care Unit.

    Cornish was on her way to work at Homestead Nursing Center in New Castle just before 7 a.m. Tuesday when she lost control of her vehicle and hit a tree. The accident happened at a sharp curve near the intersection of Ky. 146 and Dawkins Lane. 

    An Air Methods helicopter flew her to hospital for treatment.