Today's News

  • Non-profit's founder charged with theft, mail fraud

    The founder of a charity focused on feeding needy families is charged with money laundering, filing false tax returns and theft of more than $183,000 in donations. 

    USA Harvest founder Hugh “Stan” Curtis faces seven criminal charges, including mail fraud, theft, money laundering and tax fraud. The non-profit moves food from those who have too much to those who have too little.

    Curtis founded Kentucky Harvest in 1987, which led to the founding of USA Harvest, a national organization, just two years later.

  • South Oldham edges Conner 63-57 in thriller

    If South Oldham fans didn't know any better, they might have thought basketball season started early as the Dragons got on the gas early Friday night and never let up, edging host Conner in a 63-57 shootout. More importantly than just a victory though, the win moves the Dragons to 1-0 in district play.

  • Oldham County falls 33-16 to Shelby County

    Matt Brown knows his Oldham County squad still has plenty of strides to make on both sides of the ball to get where they want to go. But if the first half of last night's game with Shelby County is any indication, they're well on their way.

    Though they ultimately fell just short, dropping a heartbreaking 33-16 loss to the Rockets, a strong defensive effort in the opening 24 minutes kept the game close at 6-3 at the half.

  • Meth lab discovered in Crestwood

    Police discovered a meth lab in Crestwood earlier this week and two people face charges.

    La Grange Police discovered the meth lab in Crestwood in the 1000 block of Mailback Way. 

    Police executed a search warrant at this residence which produced methamphetamine as well as chemicals and equipment used to manufacture methamphetamine, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.  

  • South Oldham boys earns top seed in 29th district tourney with 4-1 win over North.

    Though the North Oldham and Oldham County boys' soccer teams will technically square off in the last district game of the season Wednesday night, the race for the No. 1 tournament seed was all but decided last weekend as a scrappy South Oldham upended the Mustangs 4-1.

    That will mean a lot for the Dragons as the title of district's team will earn them a slot in the regional tournament regardless of what happens in mid-October.

  • Local schools garner top rankings in cross country

     The North Oldham boys' cross country tream checks in in first place in the KYtrackXC.com Class AA State Cross Country Rankings, while South Oldham holds down the top spot in the girls' rankings.

  • Oldham County improves to 3-0 in district play with win over North Oldham

    The Oldham County Lady Colonels had a game to remember Wednesday night, wrapping up a regular season district championship with a 3-0 win over North Oldham. More than just a win though, what really stood out was the way in which they executed.

  • North Oldham captures the Oldham Cup with strong final day

    After a slow start to open the annual Oldham Cup event, the North Oldham boys’ golf team made sure to make the third and final round count, racking up 7.5 of a possible 8 points to pry the trophy away from two-time defending champion Oldham County.

  • Oldham County Eagles win state softball championship

    While wet weather didn’t stop the Oldham County Eagles from capturing a Special Olympics state championship on Sept. 9, it certainly made things a little more difficult as the double-elimination tournament shifted to a single-elimination format due to heavy rain in Bowling Green.

    Sharing a bracket with the Northern Kentucky Cobras and Pitt Academy, two stumbling blocks for the Eagles all season, didn’t help either.

  • North Oldham moves into 1st place in 29th district

    If there was any doubt who the top team in the 29th district was, the North Oldham Lady Mustangs dispelled it Tuesday night, dispatching rival South Oldham in dominant fashion 3-1 behind strong play from freshman Casey Foote and seniors Madison Tinder and Amanda Marques.