Members of the Oldham County Sewer District board have identified several items to be declared as surplus and sold.
OCSD Board Treasurer Amy Alvey said the surplus items include a copier, television, three lab tables with sinks and Sony and Toshiba laptop computers. All items she said she believes are purchased made 2004 or earlier.
In a game of who could score last, the North Oldham Mustangs couldn’t muster a final touchdown, ending their best ever season Friday in the second round of the state class 3A playoffs. The Mustangs finished the season 10-2.
Myrtle Cunningham surprised everyone and lead singing of “Love Lifted Me,” during the October hymn sing at New Hope Baptist Church. The congregation helped her celebrate her birthday with a rendition of “Happy Birthday” and a card.
Brenda Rockwell lead the congregation with “The Old Rugged Cross,” accompanied by David and his wife, Pam.
After just three hours of collecting, workers turned cars away during the county’s household hazardous waste drop-off event Saturday at the Oldham County Fairgrounds.
Solid Waste Coordinator Linda Fountain said workers at the event saw 254 cars full of items for disposal before noon. Above, cars line up to drop off their hazardous materials and right, workers separate the materials.