Today's News

  • Clinic for uninsured residents will close due to lack of funding

    A popular medical clinic for uninsured residents will close Feb. 1.

     The Community Care Clinic, facilitated by HDB Service Group, will honor all December and January appointments.

    HDB Executive Director Cynthia Stafford said as with any responsible small business, HDB constantly evaluates its capacity to deliver quality services.

  • Engineering the perfect cookie

    So far groups of seniors in a class at North Oldham High School have made Spaghetti-O’s, chicken noodle soup and oatmeal scotchie cookies.

    But it’s not a cooking class.

  • Santa Claus is coming to town

    ST. MATTHEWS – Santa Claus will be listening to wish lists and sharing cookies with all the good little boys and girls who come to the Baptist Eastpoint outpatient center from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12.

  • Two Louisville teens die after Thanksgiving Day crash on I-71

    Two Louisville teens died from injuries they suffered in a Thanksgiving Day crash on Interstate 71 after a vehicle traveling northbound crossed the median.

    Oldham County Police said the crash occurred about 4:30 p.m. Nov. 25 near milemarker 14 as a 2005 Chevy Trailblazer crossed the median into the southbound lanes of traffic.

  • REVIEW: "This Book Made Me Do It"

    You are a kid of many talents.
    You can make your own breakfast, pack your own lunch, and whip up a mean mac-&-cheese for dinner. You know a stegosaurus from a diplodocus, you can tell a king snake from a king cobra, and you know their habitats, too. You can pop wicked wheelies on your bike, whistle between your fingers, recite poetry from memory, and burp on command.  

  • Uncle Bob's Cookin' SOUP

    By Bob Fortunato

    Soup is truly universal. 

  • Bill Herdt, a Living Treasure in Pewee Valley

  • Mustangs place 10 on all-district team

    GOSHEN – After reaching the regional finals in a year when they were picked to finish last in their district, the post season honors have come for the North Oldham High School football team.
    A total of 10 Mustangs were awarded first team all-district status in a vote by the Greater Louisville Coaches Association. Of the 10 NOHS players, six are underclassmen including four sophomore linemen.

  • Leary heads up all-district team

    LOUISVILLE – Oldham County High School’s Brett Leary and South Oldham High School’s Dillon Banks head up the local stars named to the Greater Louisville Football Coaches Association 5A All-District football team.
    Leary, a 6-foot, 190-pound tailback led the local offensive contingent, while Banks, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound linebacker led the defensive unit.

  • Basketball preview: NOHS Mustangs

    Junior center Devon Rowan has been tabbed as the preseason player of the year by the coaches as the Mustangs hope to make a run at a first regional title under first-year coach David Henley.
    LAST YEAR: 12-16, lost to Shelby County 83-70 first round regional tourney.
    TOP LOSSES: All-Region guard Alex Foley who averaged 18.6 points a game last season and was a three-year starter.