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Today's News

  • Free app gifted to county by funeral home could help save lives

    Thanks to the efforts of a local businessman, Oldham County residents now have a new way to prepare for the worst.  

    Buford Cobb, vice president of Stoess Funeral Home, has partnered with the creators of a smartphone application, Vital ICE, to give the app to Oldham County residents for free.  

    The app is designed to help users share their personal information should they ever be unable to respond in an emergency.  

  • Chambers searching for women who lead the community

    Women’s history month may be coming to a close, but two organizations will honor exemplary businesswomen in the present. Each are currently accepting nominations for a female honoree in two upcoming events. 

    Strong Leadership Strong Women

    The Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the Strong Woman Leader Award to be presented at the sixth annual Strong Leadership Strong Women event. 

  • Public Records - March 31, 2016

     La Grange Police

     

    Janelle L. Miller, 52 of La Grange — cited and released March 15 for possession of an open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle

     

    Patrick S. Moore, 31 of Pendleton — arrested March 15 on a Trimble County warrant of two charges

     

  • Alcohol fees brought $732k to La Grange in span of two years

    Total revenues earned from alcohol sales and the amount of alcohol-related criminal citations issued since 2014 have been released by La Grange Police Chief Frank Conway. 

    The police department, which also acts as the Alcoholic Beverage Commission (ABC) administrator for the city, collected about $381,150 in regulatory license fees during the year 2015. A total of about $350,865 was gained in 2014, the first year any sizable revenue was earned after the city voted to become wet in August of 2013.

  • When life handed lemons to neighborhood friends, they decided to sell lemonade

     It starts with the sound of a child shouting, “Car!” Then they spring into action.  They hoist a sign into the air and get ready to give their pitch to anyone who might hear it.  The only thing keeping the youthful energy contained is the presence of a parent on the sidelines.

  • Oldham Co. named healthiest in state

     Oldham County residents can now say they live in the healthiest county in the state, and have the data to prove it. 

    According to the 2016 County Health Rankings, Oldham ranked higher than all 119 other counties, including Boone, Spencer, Shelby and Scott, which all ranked in the top five. 

  • Speech team coach inducted into ‘Hall of Fame’

     According to StatisticsBrain citing the National Institute of Mental Health, 74 percent of Americans have a serious fear of public speaking.  This is higher than the number who have an intense fear of death.  However, one coach has spent decades helping students combat that fear.  

  • Oldham County receives StormReady Certification

     In an effort to increase the safety of Oldham County residents in preparing for severe weather, Oldham County recently earned StormReady Certification.  StormReady is a national community preparedness program that helps communities develop plans to handle all types of severe weather. 

    To become StormReady, a community must:

  • Auto dealer nominated for national award

     A Crestwood auto dealer is among 50 individuals to be nominated for a national award. 

    Larry Craig of Craig and Landreth Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram in Crestwood will travel to Las Vegas to be honored at the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention and Exposition as he is considered for the Time Dealer of the Year award. 

  • Lawsuit challenging alcohol election dropped

    The lawsuit challenging the special election allowing alcohol sales within the county has been dismissed.
    Circuit Court Judge Karen Conrad dismissed the case with prejudice, barring it from ever being retried in her courtroom. According to Conrad’s dismissal order, the suit failed to name the proper parties within an allotted time period.
    In her decision, Conrad cited Kentucky laws that allow a legal challenge to any election as long as the members of the board of elections responsible for carrying it out, namely the Oldham County Board of Elections (OCBE), are named.