Today's News

  • Athlete of the Week

    Name: Matthew and Michael Haysley. School: East Oldham Middle School. Sport: Basketball.  Age: 14. Hometown: Crestwood. Accomplishments: The brothers, identical twins, helped the East Oldham Middle School basketball team to a 21-2 record this year and the runner-up spot in the Mid-Bluegrass Conference tournament. The pair are the starting guard tandem for the Patriots. Matthew is the point guard and Michael the shooting guard.

  • News Briefs

    Oldham County Day needs a grand marshal 

  • Sheriff's Reports

    James M. Childs, 28, 5506 Lodema Way, Apt. 1, Louisville, arrested by OCSO March 4, failure to comply. Travis R. Jackson, 21, 101 Ash Ave., Pewee Valley, arrested by OCSO March 4, failure to appear. Melissa A. Taylor, 31, 930 Kirkwood Drive, Clarksville, Ind., arrested by OCSO March 4, failure to appear. Lindsey H. Lutz, 24, 148 McCready Ave., Louisville, arrested by OCSO March 4, failure to appear. Louis C.

  • No more trash

     GOSHEN – The girls say it was the guys who first started talking trash. 

  • Like it or not, utility fee is ‘our pig’

     I’m Kevin Eldridge, chairman of your Storm Water Management Board – an unpaid, volunteer position. I was formerly chairman of Planning and Zoning, a job I probably should have kept since it only made 50 percent of the people mad in any given month. 

  • Game Bytes


  • Letters to the Editor

    Developers, not residents, should pay utility fee

  • Property Transfers

    Pewee Valley Kenneth and Ginger Yoder to Rachel Sanders, Ashbrooke Residential Community, lot 9, 6637 Ashbrooke Drive, Pewee Valley, $138,000.   Prospect Kenneth and Susan McMillan to M.E.L.

  • Inviting God Into the Affairs of People

     In each of Paul’s letters to new Christian churches in the New Testament there is a section praying for the congregation. For example, in Colossians 1:9-14 Paul prays the people will have wisdom and understand God’s will, that they will have endurance and patience and be filled with joyful thanksgiving for the salvation, redemption and forgiveness of sins they have received through Jesus Christ. In the Christian faith we call this intercessory prayer, that is, prayer for others. 

  • Council questions legality of a Saturday meeting

     Members of the La Grange City Council and City Attorney Graham Whatley took part in a meeting more than a week ago that some are saying could have been illegal.