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Today's News

  • GINGER: My love will linger on, always

    Twenty-one years ago, when hubby and I were planning our wedding, I wasn’t really sure how to go about choosing songs. I knew I didn’t want recorded music, but finding sheet music was a bit difficult.
    Back in those days, we didn’t have the benefit of Googling the lyrics.
     We have never really had a song that we refer to as “our song.” Our song changes with each stage of our relationship. When we first began dating, we listened to a lot of Roger Miller.

  • BOB MUELLER: Open your mind

    Native Kentuckian Abraham Lincoln has always been my favorite president. I have read countless books and articles about his universal empathy. Lincoln demonstrated time and time again “a singular ability to transcend personal vendetta, humiliation or bitterness.”
    Emulating Lincoln’s magnanimous empathy is not easy. The key to developing the same open-mindedness in ourselves is to start small.
    If people make you angry, instead of immediately spouting off, put yourself in their shoes.
    Why are they behaving the way they are?

  • St. Francis schools announce Goshen, Louisville campus merger

    Officials from the St. Francis School in Goshen and St. Francis High School in Louisville announced a merger between the two schools Feb. 22.
    The merged school will be called  St. Francis School. The new school is the only independent school in Louisville serving 2-year-olds through 12th graders.
    The high school will continue to operate at its downtown location, the lower and middle Schools will continue to be located in Goshen, and the preschool will continue to operate at its Harrods Creek location for the immediate future.

  • Lexington prostitution ring had Oldham County clients

    Four Lexington residents were indicted March 2 for recruiting and enticing women from other states to come to Kentucky so they could solicit them for prostitution.

    A Lexington grand jury returned the indictment charging Marco Antonio Flores-Benitez, 38; Roxana Serna-Olea, 36; Adrian Lezama-Ruiz, 26; and Roberto Salinas-Rivera, 35, with persuading, inducing, and enticing an individual to travel in interstate commerce to engage in prostitution.

  • Sports Primer 3.7

    It's been another busy week of sports in Oldham County.

    Catch another edition of this week's Sports Primer again in podcast format.

    Each week, you can find an updated podcast with a rundown on the content in The Oldham Era's sports section, plus any other updates.

    And just a reminder to check out Friday's Grand Stamm—LIVE! with special guest, Oldham County High School senior forward Tyler Wesley. I'll be announcing the time officially on my Facebook page, The Oldham Era's Sports Guy.

  • CARTOON: NCAA backet time
  • Colonels defend region crown with 50-40 win over Collins

    NEW CASTLE — With 11.8 seconds remaining in the game, the chants came roaring from the Oldham County High School student section.

    “Rupp! A-re-na! Rupp, Rupp A-re-na!”

    The Colonels are once again eighth region boys’ basketball champions after pulling away Tuesday night for a 50-40 victory over Martha Layne Collins in the eighth region championship game at Henry County High School.

  • Mike Montgomery: The radio voice of Oldham

    One of the top free throw shooters in the state, North Oldham High School boys’ basketball’s David Levitch stepped to the free throw line Jan. 13 at Oldham County High School.

    From the press table three rows from the floor, Mike Montgomery commented on Levitch’s 88 percent free throw percentage for the season. Montgomery is the play-by-play announcer for Pegasus Sports, an internet radio broadcast station.

    Levitch missed his next free throw.

  • CARTOON: Rush limbos lower
  • Crossing guards provide barriers for bikers

    In her neon yellow safety vest, Linda Coffey warms her hands Feb. 25 while standing on Walnut Street in front of La Grange Coffee roasters. She keeps an eye on the nearby traffic on Jefferson Street in La Grange.

    Coffey’s job is to keep vehicles from entering the course of the La Grange Urban Short Track Series.

    Coffey claps and cheers as bikers breeze by throughout the race. She recognizes most of the bikers from the eight races she’s worked.

    A woman in a blue and black racing suit zips by on her bike.