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Today's News

  • Heads and Tails: Business Owners

    The 21st century. Our family was relieved to be back to the familiar world we know and love. Even though I was pleased to return, I was also thankful I’d had the opportunity to take a trip through time and learn some very valuable lessons. Because of one single penny, I had learned lessons that would stay with me the rest of my life.

  • South’s Law, Murner sweep regions

    LOUISVILLE – With their training peaking at the right time, South Oldham’s Jacob Law and Jessie Murner captured the individual cross country Region 3 titles Saturday at McNeely Lake Park.

    Murner led the SOHS girls to the team title while the North Oldham boys took the team title with SOHS second.

  • News briefs

    La Grange girl reports attempted abduction

    Police are investigating the report of an attempted abduction in an Oldham County neighborhood.

  • Quilters showcase their talent as ‘calendar girls’

    Ms. December had a bit of a problem with wardrobe the day of the calendar shoot. She had three different quilts to choose from and had to find one that would fit her length-wise – she is short – and still show off the quilt.

  • Part of the club

    Liberty Elementary teachers Lindsey Sinclair and Jennifer Heck developed the Club Liberty concept as a way to fulfill their KTIP service project. What began as a small project has led to a relaxing way for the fourth- and fifth-grade students to end the week. Through Club Liberty, fourth- and fifth-grade students have the opportunity to spend the last hour of every Friday participating in a number of different clubs and activities.

  • Game Bytes

    Playoff Previews

    North Oldham vs. Moore

    When: 7:30 p.m. Friday, first round of 3A playoffs. 

  • Youth football crowns

    CRESTWOOD – The Oldham County Youth Football League capped what may have been its most successful season ever with its championship games on the turf at South Oldham High School.

    The three games on a blustery, cold day ended a season that saw more than 500 players and 200 cheerleaders compete for the league championship.

  • Head and Tails: Company Dog

    We ended up in 1997 – not the 21st century, but close. At least everything felt familiar. For one, our computer was back. Not the computer I was accustomed to, but a late ‘90s model. I had to dial a phone number so I could connect to the Internet. Our TV included more channels and a remote control. Also, just by turning it on, we knew all the news all around the world in just a matter of minutes.

  • Alltech chief has vision of success for Ky.

    Kentucky’s potential for success in a global economy might not be obvious to people who have lived here all of their lives.

    Pearse Lyons, an Irishman who heads the animal nutrition company Alltech, says he sees it. And he is convinced it can be achieved if Kentucky invests in education, focuses on scientific innovation and markets its brand.

  • A weapons frenzy

    It looks like the presidential election has propelled one small section of the economy, and no, we’re not talking about sales of “The Audacity of Hope.”

    The election of Democrats Barack Obama and Joe Biden to the White House has assault weapons and high-capacity magazines leaping off the shelves of gun dealers like Barry Laws of Crestwood.