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Today's News

  • NOHS’ Kline romps

    FRANKFORT – Defending state tennis champion Lauren Kline began defense of her title Monday with a convincing 6-0, 6-0 sweep of Shatia Rogers of Shelby County.

    Kline, a senior, is a favorite to repeat as are the Lady Mustangs as they hope to win the regional team title. NOHS is tied with host Franklin County with 8 points each after the second round with South Oldham a close third with 6 points.

  • Family court

    CRESTWOOD – Those who thought the South Oldham High School tennis team would fade into obscurity after the graduation of four-time state champion Eric Quigley last spring were sadly mistaken. Powered by the singles tandem of brothers Ryan and Jordan Pitts and a pair of strong doubles teams in Jeppa Stig-Nielson and William Reed and Austin White and Steven Mayborg, the Dragons posted a 17-5 record in the regular season and recently finished as the consolation bracket runners-up in the King of the Bluegrass tourney. “As a coach I can say I am pleasantl

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Brianne Brown.

    School: South Oldham Middle School.

    Sport: Track.

    Age: 14.

    Position: Hurdler/relays.

    Hometown: Goshen.

    Accomplishments: Brown, an eighth-grader, helped the NOMS girls’ track team to a second-place finish at the middle school state meet at Lexington Dunbar Saturday.

    Brown won the state title in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 16.72 seconds.

  • Offering your house for rent? Prepare to pay the city before you’re paid by tenants

    People offering rental properties within the City of Goshen may soon have to pay an annual fee, as well as obtain a one-time license from the city before renting. The first reading of an ordinance that would impose an annual $500 fee for any person or business renting real property in the City of Goshen took place at the City of Goshen Commission’s April meeting. According to the ordinance, any property owner who leases his or her property to someone else is deemed as engaged in the business of renting properties.

  • Project grad will be a caribbean night

    June 13 marks the 23rd year that Oldham County residents, businesses and organizations have hosted Project Graduation. Graduating seniors from all Oldham County high schools will gather at South Oldham High School for the annual night-long celebration beginning at 11 p.m. This year’s theme, “Caribbean Nights,” captures the feel of the tropics. The halls and grounds of SOHS will be transformed into a paradise lined with palm trees, a beach, volleyball, a spa, karaoke, music, dancing, food and fun. All participants will win prizes.

  • Dillman graduates from U.S. Air Force basic training

    U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Jeffrey M. Dillman recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of MaryEllen and Jay Brandi of La Grange and Martin and Missy Dillman of Louisville. He is a 2003 graduate of South Oldham High School.

  • Smith graduates from Center for Marine Corps Intelligence

     U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence Specialist Pfc. T.J.

  • Students celebrate SWAT Derby

    La Grange Elementary celebrated their annual “SWAT Derby” event hosted by the instructional assistants – known as Super Women at All Times – with entry fees benefitting the Oldham County Relay for Life. Cardstock horse cutouts are decoratively bejeweled and transformed into racehorse characters reflecting the unique personality of each contender.  Creativity abounds with horses named Paws for Nothing, Clothes Horse, Victorious Secret, Purple Rein and Anita Job to name a few of this year’s 57 horse field.

  • Residents appointed to local posts

    Members of Oldham County Fiscal Court recently made the following appointments and personnel recommendations: • Gregg Cobb, appointed to North Oldham Fire Department Board, three-year term; • Stephen Cummings, appointed to Storm Water Management Board, to fill the remainder of Dale Hettinger’s term, three-year term; • Rev.

  • Trash service overpays county

    For the past few years, Industrial Disposal has overpaid Oldham County government, and while Oldham officials say they’ve notified ID of the extra money, the company just recently noticed.