Approval for the sale of alcohol at a local country club passed by only 16 votes during a special election in Buckner on Tuesday.
Voters assigned to the B104 West Buckner precinct had the chance to vote on a measure that would allow Oldham County Country Club to sell alcoholic beverages by the drink.
Oldham County EMS is opening two new substations this week, one in La Grange and another in Crestwood.
The service is also adding an ambulance to both its day and overnight shifts.
Through a new agreement with Baptist Hospital Northeast, EMS personnel will be stationed near the hospital’s emergency room entrance on a fulltime basis.
La Grange resident Nishea Sipley’s motto is “start small with big plans.”
In May 2009, Sipley began making monogrammed ponytail holders and selling them on eBay for $3 each.
When Sipley’s daughter Mali was born she received a monogrammed gift basket and it sparked her interest.
“I had never sown anything before,” she said.
Coworkers, members of local government, friends, family and neighbors all gathered to honor Denia Crosby and her work in Oldham County.
Crosby has been a figure in Oldham County for 17 years.
She is a former mayor of the City of Orchard Grass Hills, served on the Oldham County Board of Health and the county’s planning and zoning
When you’re 18, what defines greatness? That is, how do you stand out in a crowd?
When I was in high school, like most guys, I wanted to be a standout athlete. Others would want to be the smartest kid in class.
Lots of people would wish to be voted most popular.
Recently we lost an extraordinary young man in our community, John Powell.
Overcoming adversity was the focus of Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear’s message to Oldham County Democrats Friday while promoting the Gov. Steve Beshear gubernatorial re-election campaign.
Jane Beshear told those gathered at the Brownsboro Community Center that her husband has performed admirably considering all that has faced Kentucky during his administration.
The board of adjustments and appeals ruled July 21 that a Goshen wildlife center is not appropriate use for 10 acres of land in Buckeye Trace neighborhood off U.S. 42.
After facing an onslaught of zoning violations and citations, Brigette Williams, founder of Second Chances Wildlife Center, appeared before the Oldham County Board of Adjustments and Appeals.