Today's News

  • South Oldham picks up their first win behind strong play from Sedoris, Vanzant

    Walking off the floor on Dec. 18, the South Oldham Lady Dragons couldn’t help but smile. Though the game they just played wasn’t pretty by any means — a narrow 54-51 win over North Bullitt — what it signified was. In addition to providing their first win of the season, coach Christy Higdon hopes it also provides a boost moving forward.

  • North Oldham girls participate in charity event

    During a month filled with plenty of basketball, the North Oldham girls’ basketball team found time to take a step away from the game recently, donating their time and energy to bring the Christmas spirit to Crum’s Lane Elementary in Louisville.
    Though the team has participated in similar community service events in years past, including adopting a family last season, coach Dan Pfaff said they were looking for a more personal approach this year.

  • Former principal of Liberty Elementary dies at 50

    The former principal of Liberty Elementary School has died after battling cancer.

    Connie Jean Hayes Daub died Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012, at home. She was 50.

    She served as principal of Liberty Elementary from 1999-2007.

    A native of Grayson County, she started her education career at H.W. Wilkey Elementary in Grayson County, where she served from 1983-1990.

  • I-71 traffic stop yields 20 lbs. of pot, thousands in cash

    Police arrested an Oklahoma man traveling Interstate 71 in Oldham County with 20 lbs. of marijuana and thousands in cash.

    According to Kentucky State Police, a traffic stop in the early morning hours of Dec. 22 near mile-marker 24 yielded one ounce of cocaine, 20 lbs. of marijuana, 4.2 oz. marijuana sees and $11,570 in cash.

    Police arrested the driver, Arthur Penrod, 72, of Inola, Okla., on charges of trafficking in marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.

  • Oldham County rolls past Central 81-72 in semifinals

    Entering Friday night’s semifinal matchup in the Best in Hoops, Central High School hadn’t surrendered more than 60 points in a game.
    It took the Oldham County Colonels all of three quarters to reach that mark, coming out of the gates firing to jump up 41-33 at the break.
    The Colonel’s pace didn’t slow in the second half either, as the tandem of guards Jacob Kopp and Sam Gruber kept the Yellowjackets at bay with timely plays down the stretch.
    None would be bigger than a clutch 3-point play to break Central’s back in the fourth quarter.

  • DEAR SANTA: Letters from Liberty Elementary

    Dear Santa,  I want a Barbie Car and a real phone and an i-pod.  And a new doggie named Bolt.  I will leave you some cookies.

    Gretchen Nation



  • DEAR SANTA: Letters From Kenwood Station

    x box 360

    I phone 5

    a ton of monster fighters sets

    I pad 2

    I pod 7

    all the Ninjago sets

    all the mini figures that ever existed

  • DEAR SANTA: Letters from Camden Station

    Other submissions

    I have been good this year. So has Ben.  But sometimes he is kinda mean.  For Christmas  may I please have monster high dolls and a liv hair salon?  I hope you have a good Christmas.  Thank you for all you do.
    Kaela Pierce
    3rd Grade

    Dear Santa,

  • DEAR SANTA: Letters from Crestwood Elementary

    Ms. Stoess' second-grade class

    Dear Santa,
    Hi Santa.  How are things up at the North Pole? How is Mrs. Claus?  How are the elves.

  • DEAR SANTA: Letters from Little Colonels Childcare at Oldham Co. High

    3- and 4-year-olds

    Dear Santa, I don’t have any questions. I don’t know what I want for Christmas still. I don’t have any words to say.
    Love Ava J.

    Dear Santa, I want a toy Ariel, a toy  bath Belle and a toy Cinderella and Tiannna and new ballet shoes cause my Angelina shoes are about capoot!
    Love, Sophia R.

    Dear Santa, I want a bunny, a doggie, and a cat, a dinosaur and a hedgehog. Just toys.
    Love, Isabella T.