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Today's News

  • OB/GYN elected medical staff president

    Baptist Hospital Northeast in La Grange recently elected medical staff officers.
    Dr. Amy Richardson, obstetrics/gynecology, has been elected 2011 Medical Staff president. She is a 2000 graduate of the University of Louisville School of Medicine and completed her obstetrics/ gynecology residency there in 2004.

  • OB/GYN elected medical staff president

    Baptist Hospital Northeast in La Grange recently elected medical staff officers.
    Dr. Amy Richardson, obstetrics/gynecology, has been elected 2011 Medical Staff president. She is a 2000 graduate of the University of Louisville School of Medicine and completed her obstetrics/ gynecology residency there in 2004.

  • Resident credits county’s emergency notification system for his safety

    An automated phone call in the middle of the night could save your life.

  • CSI at school

    GASP!
    A presentation on forensic science at Oldham County High School Wednesday was not for the faint of heart.
    A couple of students looked green about the gills, and a few covered their eyes, heeding La Grange Police Chief Kevin Collett’s warning before he showed a few gory photos.

  • A taste for tofu

    Tofu.

    It’s something many of the students in Kirk Thomas’ fourth grade class hadn’t tasted.

    But since Thursday when they cooked stir-fry in nutrition class, it’s something many will be asking their parents to make on a regular basis.

  • Taylorsville woman killed in U.S. 42 crash

    A Taylorsville woman died this morning in a two-vehicle collision on U.S. 42.
    Lois M. Bailey, 68, died after police believe she lost control of her vehicle, spun into the opposite lane of traffic and was struck on the driver's side by a van.
    The crash occurred in the 13100 block of West U.S. 42.

  • FAITH: All things to all people

    Our Christian faith is an outward directed faith.  From the very beginning early Christians sought to tell unbelievers about the good news of Jesus Christ and convert them to the faith.  However, individuals and churches can easily become inward directed, so preoccupied with their own needs, that they forget about those who have no faith, or no church home.  

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  • SUPERINTENDENT: Success is a tradition

    Congratulations to all Oldham County School employees, parents, board members and community stakeholders for another great year.
    Once again our school system has earned the No. 1 ranking on the state test in 2010 among all county school districts in Kentucky.

  • How alcohol gets into teens’ hands

    By Dodie Huff-Fletcher
    Prevention Division of Seven Counties Services Inc.

    While most adolescents do not use alcohol, some do. But the question is – how do they get it?
    It’s a question of accessibility. Adolescents report that they get their alcohol from three places: a home, a friend or older relative, or from the store using an illegal ID.