Today's News

  • Winters named 2011 Ms. Heart of America for La Grange

    The Miss Heart of America Organization recently named Ms. Barbara Winters, La Grange's 2011 Ms. Heart of America. 

    Winters lives in La Grange with her husband, Ron. 

    She enjoys reading and spending time with her family. She currently serves on the board for Oldham County Dollars for Scholars and volunteers for Cedar Lake Lodge.

  • KSP honors troopers of the year

    The Kentucky State Police announced the 2010 Trooper of the Year, Detective of the Year, Commercial Vehicle Officer of the Year, one Governor’s Medal of Valor and other awards for acts of bravery, life-saving, professionalism and dedication to duty today at the Capital Plaza Hotel in Frankfort.

  • Three Oldham students accepted to Governor’s School for the Arts

    This summer, The Kentucky Center will host over 200 eager young artists from every region of the Commonwealth, as The Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts takes place at Lexington’s Transylvania University from June 19 to July 9. 

  • Recent vets find local support

    Service to community is taking the place of service to country for many young veterans upon their return to the states.

    “When you come back from serving your country, people place you on a pedestal,” said young veteran David Ingram of the U.S. Army. “Especially kids. They are proud of your service and you’re proud to have served.”

  • Residents will honor fallen Confederate soldiers

    What exactly does it mean to hold a "Confederate Memorial" and how can anyone who believes in equal rights for all attend such an event?
    Some people might ask why we should have anything to do with the word "confederacy" at all.

  • Former superintendent Haselton will continue as dean at UofL

    The University of Louisville has named Blake Haselton as interim dean of the College of Education and Human Development, effective immediately and continuing through 2014.
    Haselton has served as the college's interim dean since 2008 while the university conducted a search to fill the post. 

  • Mustangs win regional track crown

    LOUISVILLE – The individual honors didn’t count for much for the North Oldham High School boys’ track team as they won the regional title behind their depth and across the board strength in both the running and field events.
    The Mustangs took the AA team title with 119 points, ahead of runner-up Louisville Central with 96. South Oldham was fourth with 70 points.

  • Martin retires from coaching Lady Mustangs

    GOSHEN – After spending most of her life associated with basketball, North Oldham High School Lady Mustangs’ coach Nancy Martin has decided to call it quits.
    Martin, the only head coach the NOHS program has had since it opened seven years ago, decided last week to resign.

  • Pitts leads Dragons to title

    FRANKFORT – The South Oldham High School boys’ tennis team continued their flair for the dramatic winning the regional tennis title May 19 by one-point over Franklin County.
    After beating North Oldham in a special one match playoff to win the title last year, the Dragons won it this year thanks to a down-to-the-wire singles finals win by Jordan Pitts.

  • Bowling, Theiss win regional crowns

    LOUISVILLE – With two regional titles each, Isaac Bowling and Madison Theiss will lead a strong contingent from Oldham County High School into the state AAA track meet today (Thursday) through Saturday.