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Today's News

  • Pets left behind

    With ever-increasing prices of food, fuel and housing foreclosures becoming more common, the last concern for some is, “What about my pet?” For many pet owners, it has become increasingly difficult to keep a pet fed and healthy, or even keep it at all.Barbara Rosenman

  • Chamber prepares community directory

    For those of you who attended and sponsored this year’s Prospect Community Expo, we want to say thank you for a successful event! Our Community Expo is always a great time for the community and a fantastic networking event for our members.

  • Left with no chance to turn

    Drivers making their way through the intersection of Ky. 22 and Old Ky. 329 may now find their commute a little quicker – as long as they’re not planning to turn left.Transportation officials activated a traffic light Aug.

  • County Events

    Thursday, Aug.

  • Game Bytes

    Family Sports

  • What is an Oldham taxpayer's fair share?

    Recently, four developers – Bob Jones, Walt Schumm, Joe Pusateri and Jay Hall decided to appeal the assessments of many vacant lots and homes they own. They have every right to do that as does every other resident of the county. However, the overall process certainly could leave the perception that some people have an advantage over everyone else.

  • Phone survey will provide feedback about airport

    Though some residents are vocal about their support or opposition of building an airport in Oldham County, residents researching the possibility of one will fund a survey to gauge residents’ opinions.At a meeting Aug.

  • Youth serves

    In addition to the intense competition on the court, the secondary competition among the county’s three high school volleyball teams could just be which has the youngest team.Combining the number of seniors on all three rosters would still leave a coach one player shy of a full lineup

  • Old, new programs at chamber

    As the summer starts to wind down, things are just starting to heat up in Oldham County’s business community. I hope you will be able to attend some of our upcoming programs and events.First we send the summer off in style with the Ford IronMan competition.

  • Harcourt receives Omicron Delta Kappa scholarship

    Sarah Harcourt of La Grange, a graduate of Transylvania University, was selected as one of Omicron Delta Kappa’s 2008 scholarship recipients.To be chosen as a recipient of an Omicron Delta Kappa Foundation Scholarship, a member must have been a senior or have graduated with