Today's News

  • The ‘Hot Spot’

    Blowing into her vuvuzela, Kathryn Hondred got a few looks from those around her, some pleasant and some unpleasant.

    The horn made popular at the 2010 World Cup can be annoying to some people, but it certainly gets noticed.

    Hondred brought her vuvuzela from Atlanta to cheer on seven of her training partners in the Ford Ironman Louisville on Sunday. The race, in its fifth year, began in downtown Louisville, with the bike portion going through Henry County and Oldham County, including LaGrange, before finishing at Fourth Street Live!

  • Crawford no longer director of Oldham County EMS

    The staff of Oldham County EMS learned today that the interim director appointed by Oldham County Judge-Executive David Voegele will no longer be leading the organization.

    As of 4 p.m. Monday, employees learned that the agency's interim director, Stuart Crawford, will rejoin the ranks of Oldham County EMS as a paramedic. 

  • Homeowner confronts duo stealing copper

    Two men allegedly stealing copper in broad daylight Friday are now behind bars.
    Oldham County Police responded to the 9800 block of Ky. 329 in Prospect on Friday morning after a homeowner confronted and detained one of the men allegedly involved.
    Police arrested 32-year-old Roscoe Thompson of Jeffersonville, Ind. about 10:30 a.m.

  • Swiped debit card is swiped all over La Grange

    La Grange Police received numerous tips in the case of a woman allegedly swiping a stolen debit card at restaurants and retail stores in Oldham and Henry counties after her photo appeared on several media websites and newscasts.

  • Great In Eight: North Pulls Away At OC

    BUCKNER-- The opportunities were there. And Oldham County whiffed.

                The Colonels fumbled twice inside the one-yard line and were called for some costly penalties as visiting North Oldham pulled away late for a 31-20 win  last night.

  • LIVE Blog: North Oldham at Oldham County

  • "Flying Duchess" arrives in La Grange

    It's certainly not the first time people have gathered in La Grange to wait on a train. But it was the first time this locomotive was pulling into this station. Members of the Oldham County community waited patiently Tuesday to welcome its newest member to the uptown tracks of La Grange.

  • Even With Faith, North's Season Ends

                They were down but not out.

                Down 5-2 in the fourth inning, pitcher Travis Faith got things going with a solo home run followed by two more runs to tie and send the game into extra innings.

  • California team overpowers North Oldham 10-0

    North Oldham isn't out of the Little League World Series, but now they're taking the long way to the championship game.    

  • McLarty moves NOLL past hometown Keystone

    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.--- Locals covering the Little League World Series for years said all around Lamade Stadium that they’d never seen anything like the crowd on hand. The game was even pushed back to 8 p.m. to accommodate the large number of fans.

                And none of it fazed pitcher Griffin McLarty.