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Today's News

  • Police say human trafficking Facebook post hasn't been reported

     A post on Facebook that has been shared over 380 times that states “beware of this couple believe to be involved in human trafficking seen yesterday in La Grange at Walmart,” has not been reported to police. 

    “We have no report of it, it’s all on Facebook,” La Grange Police Chief Frank Conway said.

  • South Oldham Middle School on 'soft' lockdown

     South Oldham Middle School was on a 'soft' lockdown on Friday morning as police and administrators investigated a threat that was sent over the school’s anonymous tip line last night.

    South Oldham Middle School has an anonymous see something, say something form through its school website.

  • Match ups in the rivalry

    The first of three intra-county rivalry basketball games tip off Friday night as South Oldham boys and girls basketball hosts Oldham County. The girls’ game begins at 6 p.m. and the boys’ game will follow.

  • The story’s not over

     Let’s rip the Band-Aid off right now: when 2018 rolls in, I won’t be a reporter for the Oldham Era anymore. Instead, I’ll be the community reporter at the Sentinel News in Shelbyville. 

  • How to approach jealously

     I’m amazed to see every day the jealousy of others and the jealousy that festers in my own soul.  

  • Boys Basketball: Waggener gets by North

    North Oldham boys basketball couldn’t hold onto a slender fourth quarter as Waggener went on a 9-0 run to claim a 66-58 victory Tuesday night in Goshen. Dylan Yates had a team-high 18 points while Justin Rose scored 16 points for the Mustangs. Cole Fischer added 10 points.

  • Boys Basketball: Butler outlasts South

    A barrage of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter allowed Butler boys basketball to remain undefeated as it down South Oldham 60-52 in the championship game of the Jeff and Julie Beyke Classic hosted in Crestwood Friday night.

    Devin Young had a team-high 16 points and 11 rebounds while Sam Beard added 12 points for South Oldham.

  • Girls Basketball: South vanquishes Southern

    South Oldham girls basketball led the entire game as it defeated Southern 73-31 Friday in the final day of the Southern Holiday Jamboree. Payton Herold finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds and five assists while Maggie Smith had 10 points and five rebounds. Lexi Von Feldt had a team-high 11 rebounds along with eight points.

  • Boys Basketball: North outlasts E'town

    When the lead needed to be protected, North Oldham’s defense held firm and Layne McIntosh made four three throws in the final minute, which held off a feverish comeback as North Oldham boys basketball defeated Elizabethtown (E’town) 71-64 in the final day of the Middletown Holiday Classic tournament hosted at Eastern High School Friday.

  • Boys Basketball: South edges McCracken County

    South Oldham boys basketball weathered a strong run by McCracken County to begin the second half as the Dragons won 70-54 in the second round of the Jeff and Julie Beyke Classic hosted in Crestwood. Devin Young had a team-high 18 points and six rebounds while Peyton Hicks scored 14 points along with eight rebounds. Jake Vincent added 15 points.