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Today's News

  • Camden Station has principal and counselor of the year

    In only his first year as principal, Stuart Martin of Camden Station Elementary has already been named Outstanding Principal by the Kentucky School Counselor Association. Camden Station Counselor Brittany Ford was named Kentucky Counselor of the Year and the Emerging Leader Award. Deputy Superintendent Charleen McAuliffe said in his first year Martin has really built a strong community of students and staff as he incorporated long time teachers at Camden with new staff replacing those who went to Locust Grove Elementary when it opened in August. 

  • Local hockey team takes first state title

    LEXINGTON – Relying on the balance and defense that carried them all season, the Oldham County ice hockey team won the state title two weeks ago with a 4-3 win over St.

  • Game Bytes

    Basketball

  • Expanding health care coverage for Ky. children

     As health care costs and uninsured rates continue to rise, it has become increasingly important that Kentucky residents and providers do everything possible to ensure our youngest residents receive health care, regardless of their income status. 

  • It's a family racquet

    PROSPECT – In a day and age where the American family is seen as a fractured and flawed institution, the Kline family of Prospect has found a way to avoid that. Tennis. The family recently received the 2009 Ralph W. Westcott USTA Family of the Year by the United States Tennis Association at the a banquet in Palm Springs, Calif. “It’s a huge honor,” Larry Kline said.

  • Earth Hour 2009 involves lights out on Saturday night

     The City of La Grange will be participating in World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour.  

  • Letters to the Editor

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  • Going international

     CRESTWOOD – John Cantrell and Will Vitalis are going worldwide.

  • The Oldham Era, Baptist Hospital Northeast, Mortenson Family Dental and a host of local businesses are teaming up to offer a makeover for one lucky Oldham County mom. 

  • 254 miles to watch high school hoops?

    A new Gallup poll claims the people of eastern Kentucky are among the most unhappy to be found anywhere. Jim McGuire may be one of the first people to dispute that finding, based on his experiences in Sandy Hook this basketball season. The retired Army man has rarely seen a non-smiling face in that isolated mountain community since starting a routine that may be unequaled in the history of Kentucky high school sports. With absolutely no ties other than a love of the game, the man locals call Jimbo has made the 254-mile roundtrip from his Garrard Coun