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Today's News

  • Letters to the Editor

    ID’s plan to visit 2x per week is garbage

    To the editor: 

    I am dissatisfied with Industrial Disposal Co.’s decision to change the trash pick-up in Lockwood Estates subdivision from one day to two. I am strongly opposed to this decision.

  • Grand jury indicts five

     An Oldham County grand jury recently handed up the following indictments:

    • Edward R. Patterson Jr., 25, is indicted for second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license, no or expired Kentucky Registration Plate and display of illegal or altered registration plate.

  • Property transfers

    Crestwood

    Daniel and Kelly Miller aka Kelly Rockwell to Charles and Alicia Wells, lot 22, Country Village, 4414 Wendy Hills Drive, Crestwood, $90,000.

    Jamison Properties LLC to Paul and Geraldine Jamison, quitclaim, lot 19, Centerfield Heights, 2313 Creekside Drive, Crestwood, FCV $54,000.

  • Athlete of the week: Kelsey Kidd

    Name: Kelsey Kidd

    School: South Oldham Middle School

    Sports: Basketball and softball.

    Position: Forward/guard in basketball; outfield in softball. 

  • Pearls from God

    I have always loved this simple story I found on the internet. I don’t know the author or even if it is true, but it has an important truth to tell. It is about a cheerful girl with bouncy golden curls who is almost five. With her mother at the checkout stand, she saw the glistening white pearls in a pink foil box. “Oh please, Mommy. Can I have them?”

  • News briefs

    Officials consider OLDA, OCEDA board nominations

    At the fiscal court’s meeting on Tuesday, Judge-Executive Duane Murner asked the magistrates to consider nominations for a position on the Oldham County Economic Development Authority Board.

    Blake Haselton currently serves in the position, but also serves on the Oldham-La Grange Development Authority Board.

  • Trailblazers post perfect score at Lexington meet

    LEXINGTON – The Oldham County Trailblazers, an independent girls’ elementary and middle school cross country team, closed their season with a bang by notching a perfect score in the open division of the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association Meet of Champions in Lexington Saturday.

  • Education briefs

    South Oldham High hosts college night programs

    Selecting a college is one of the most important and often most difficult decisions a high school student will make during his or senior year. The first step to selecting the right school is to learn what options are available. However, even if a student knows he or she wants to attend college in Kentucky, there are still more than 30 schools to research.

  • The votes are in

    In unopposed races, Rick Rand and David Osborne retained their seats in the state senate.

    Crestwood commissioners David Haight, Jim Kramer, David Bryant and Clayton Stoess Sr. were re-elected, as were Goshen commissioners Bobby Thacker, Michael Reeves, Jeffrey Mangan and Terry Crotteau.

  • Net education

    LOUISVILLE – Although they went down in the first round of the state volleyball tournament, the North Oldham Lady Mustangs left on a positive note.

    “They loved the experience,” NOHS coach Aaron Jones said. “We told them going in they had nothing to lose and everything to gain and they went out and enjoyed themselves and played pretty well.”