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Today's News

  • UK was the 'right place' for Goshen's Ryan Sims

    When Ryan Sims graduated from South Oldham High School in 2004, he was unsure of what major he would choose when he went to college.

  • Beyond the veil

    Generations of wedding photos have one thing in common for the McDonald family.Worn for six generations by nine women, in each photo is a rose-point lace veil in the garden pattern from Belgium that currently sits in a box in Louisa Huey “Weasa” Gaines’ home, waiting for t

  • News Briefs

    Sewer officials examine district’s expensesBoard members for the Oldham County Sewer District are examining a study about the costs and revenue associated with operating OCSD’s 13 wastewater treatment pla

  • Colonels power past Mustangs to win district title

    BEDFORD – As they did in the regular season, the Oldham County baseball team found just enough runs to beat North Oldham scoring a 4-0 win May 21 to win the 29th District title.“Give them credit,” NOHS coach Matt Walker said.

  • Funding a cure

    It has already taken her career, her dream house and her ability to walk. It is taking her independence and most likely will eventually take her life.Last week Carole Jones of La Grange faced four U. S.

  • Local students earn $53K in scholarships

    Oldham County Dollars for Scholars awarded more than $53,000 in scholarships from local businesses, organizations and individuals to 47 local students May 19. Recipients include Oldham County Career Center student Erin L. Muhlheizler, home-schooled student Rachel E. Meredith, North Oldham High School students Courtney B. Perkins, Stacey L. Schal, Brooke M. Claggett, Daniel T. Warren, Gretchen M. Gruenberg, Karen M. Bortner, Christine A.

  • Races have something for everyone

    Be a part of the Grand Slam.So you think all this running, walking and athletic “jock” stuff ain’t for you? Well you’re wrong.

  • Lunch crunch

    There is no such thing as a free lunch for the children of Oldham County this summer.A federally-funded program that provided free sack lunches to local children in summers past is no longer offered in Oldham County.

  • Colonels beat error prone Pioneers 6-3

    NEW CASTLE – What Simon Kenton gave, the Oldham County baseball team took.The Colonels scored a 6-3 win over Simon Kenton Monday in the opening round of the Eighth Region tournament by taking advantage of five Simon Kenton errors and two wild pitches that allowed runs to sc

  • Legislation raises bullying awareness

    Today’s bullying goes far beyond the traditional school yard brawls depicted in television shows and movies. Incorporating technology, and now focusing more on female relational aggression, bullying has taken a new face in our schools. The Kentucky legislature has recently taken steps to create an awareness of bullying; Gov. Steve Beshear recently signed into law House Bill 91, better known as the Golden Rule Act, or the Anti Bullying Bill.