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Today's News

  • Goshen boasts top P.E. teacher

    The energy is palpable.

  • OCHS hosting eight-team tournament Saturday

    BUCKNER – Four local teams will take to the court Saturday when Oldham County High School hosts the Ronald McDonald Classic.

    All proceeds from the tourney will go to benefit the Ronald McDonald House in downtown Louisville. The house provides short and long-term lodging for families of children who are being treated for cancer at Louisville’s downtown hospital complexes.

  • South Oldham Idol

    South Oldham Middle School girls competed Tuesday for the title of South Oldham Idol with various musical performances. Judges awarded Baylie Bowman for her vocal and piano performance of the song she wrote, “For Jayme.” Students pay $1 to watch the contest, which is part of a fundraising effort that collected $1,324 to provide for poor families within the school during the holidays.

  • Goshen man arrested for elaborate marijuana operation

    Allegations of child abuse prompted Oldham County Police to visit a Goshen residence Monday night, where they arrested a homeowner for his elaborate marijuana growing operation in the basement.

  • A Ky. Colonel is more than just a certificate

    A framed certificate hangs on my office wall declaring “The Honorable Don White is commissioned a Kentucky Colonel.” Prior to Nov. 24, I’d never taken the honor seriously.

    Maybe it had something to do with the fact I’d been commissioned a Colonel by at least three Kentucky governors prior to the latest from former Gov. Ernie Fletcher.

  • A $1.5 billion Election is obscene

    We just witnessed our first billion-dollar election, what a waste. Those of you who gave money to the presidential race, you threw your money away.

  • Crews begin installation of railroad crossing gates in pewee

    Mayor Bob Rogers said he’s campaigned for crossing gates in Pewee for six years, writing letters to then-U.S. Congressman Ernie Fletcher and Sen. Mitch McConnell among others. Pewee Valley Police Chief Mike Losik said the danger of the crossing — which lies in a curve in the tracks — was highlighted a couple years ago when a train collided with a truck crossing the tracks. The driver escaped serious injury, Losik said.

  • Discover Main Street and more

    “Growth demands a temporary surrender of security.” Gail Sheehy

    While online, I read that quote and it made me really stop and reflect on the meaning of those words. In these difficult times we are living, reading those words made me stop and realize that hard times give us the opportunity to grow. 

  • Letters to the Editor

    Crestwood Civic Club appreciates coverage

  • It's the holiday season

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Oldham County.

    With two annual holiday events planned for this weekend, local families will have a chance to see Santa, have some good food and purchase Christmas presents or other items from local businesses and vendors.