P.J.’s College of Cosmetology opened July 1 at 6539 W. Ky. 22 in Crestwood. It is owned by Phillip and Judith Stewart and managed by Shelly Bornhill, corporate admissions director. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Pegasus Sports Network will broadcast local high school football games over the internet, including 13 regular season games and any playoff games.The 2008 broadcast schedule kicks off with the Oldham County Kickoff Classic Aug.
Prior to attending registration for his junior year at South Oldham High School, Austin Woodbury spent time pulling painter’s tape off of the newly painted orange walls in Kenwood Station Elementary School’s foyer.Woodbury and a team of volunteers spent the evening be
As the world turns their eyes to Beijing for the 2008 Summer Olympics, Oldham Countians turn their eyes to our own event that happens only once every four years, The Oldham Olympics — acutulus, auctus, viridus (smarter, richer, greener.)Some events to keep your eye on:
The Center forAdvanced DentistryThe Center for Advanced Dentistry, 13011 W. U.S. 42, Suite 102, Prospect, opened July 7. Owned and managed by Dr. Omar Shariff, The Center offers general, implant and cosmetic dentistry, and is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Twice the Ice opened Aug. 15 at 6600 W. Ky. 22 in Crestwood in the Marathon Gas Station parking lot. It is open 24 hours a day and is owned managed by Tom Tinsley.Twice the Ice offers an automated icehouse.
To the editor:It is astonishing how this county works. Most of us working folks in the county get our property tax bill every fall, take a minute or two to look at it, then mail it off to our mortgage company to be paid out of our escrow account.
When MariAnn Arnold became the interim principal at Camden Station Elementary nine years ago, she felt much the same as she does now, awaiting the opening of Oldham County’s newest elementary school, Locust Grove — anxious.“When I went from having absolutely no