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Today's News

  • Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

    Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, how long can we wait? 

  • Vision shapes future of Brownsboro area

     One group’s vision for the Brownsboro area took a step toward reality Tuesday as the Oldham County Planning and Zoning Commission approved the Brownsboro Master Plan.

  • Letters to the Editor

    Reader questions The Era’s inauguration coverage

  • Sheriff's Reports

    Warrant arrests Timothy Broughton, 18, 1412 Quire Joslin Lane, Bedford, arrested by OCSO Feb. 6, failure to comply. James W. Jones Jr., 37, 3502 Rock Rose Lane, La Grange, arrested by OCSO Feb. 9, failure to appear. Earles V. Johnson, 55, 104 Sauer Alley, La Grange, arrested by OCSO Feb. 11, failure to appear. Bobby L. Crabtree Jr., 21, 1603 Fitzgerald Court, La Grange, arrested by OCSO Feb. 11, failure to appear. Jerry D. Allen, 41, 110 E. Madison Street No. 1, La Grange, arrested by OCSO Feb.

  • 2009 is a good time to buy, realtors say

     La Grange mayor, county judge-executive, realtor and now bus driver. One of the most recognizable men in Oldham County, John Black, started driving a school bus earlier this month. 

  • Crestwood boasts first ‘Green’ home

    Builder David Landis boasts the Louisville area’s first home certified by the National Association of Home Builders Green Home Building Certification program. It is one of only about 120 homes nationwide certified to meet the strict guidelines for the building from the construction process onward. The home looks normal enough, but is rated to be $1,500 cheaper to heat and cool than comparable homes.

    Landis said building a home like this is not only the way of the future, but just the right thing to do.

  • County is more training-friendly

     Thank you. There are a bunch of you out there who read my column. Do you know how I know?

  • Game Bytes

    Recreation

    YMCA taking swimming signups

    When: Immediately. 

    Where: YMCA, Buckner. 

  • Colonels win region

    LOUISVILLE – The Oldham County wrestling team proved themselves to be the strongest team in the region literally by taking the school’s first regional wrestling crown Saturday.

    Showcasing both their numbers and talent, the Colonels ran away with the team title with 209 points over Eastern with 180, six-time champion South Oldham with 168.5 and North Oldham with 165 points.

  • Billows takes heavyweight crown

    GOSHEN – North Oldham’s Greg Billows won the regional heavyweight wrestling title Saturday, but the key to the win may have come a week earlier in the Mustang Invitational.

    In the Mustang, Billows, a senior, defeated nemesis Andrew Avery of Oldham County for the first time in a long time. Billows shut Avery out 8-0 in the regional finals to take his first ever regional title.