Our family relocated to Kentucky in 2000 and we thank God at every opportunity for being blessed to live in such a warm and welcoming community. From the onset, the friendly people, beautiful countryside and quality of life Oldham County has to offer instantly convinced us we were home!
The second leg of the Oldham County Grand Slam is July 18. It’s a night race. It’s in La Grange (I like to call it LA in the OC – sounds much more glamorous that way). It’s gonna be HOT. So you should not miss it.
In addition to the daily duties performed by a group of instructional assistants self-named as SWAT (Super Women All the Time), these enthusiastic ladies have a unique talent for bolstering staff morale at La Grange Elementary.
This spring in Oldham County, Kentucky is no exception.
At least we’re not in California. Home sales have slowed, housing prices have leveled off, but it seems Oldham County has escaped the worst of the housing market crash that has adversely affected much of the country in the last year.
As the United States experiences home depreciation for the first time in 13 years, home values in Oldham County have only leveled off.
Without having to contend with school operations, construction crews are in full swing this summer in order to have North Oldham High, Oldham County High and Locust Grove Elementary schools ready for the start of school Aug. 13.