Today's News

  • School Nutrition Association Delegation


  • Hillcrest Youth Triathlon results

    Girls - 6 and Under
    1st - Tatum Bohnert
    2nd - Jordan Marks
    3rd - Mary-Louise Crain

    Boys - 6 and Under
    1st - Charlie Dugan  
    2nd - James Kurto
    3rd - Alexander Thiesing

    Girls - 7 - 8 year old
     1st - Zara Blackburn
     2nd - Riley Bohnert
     3rd - Libby Parsons

    Boys - 7 - 8 year old
     1st - Zach Patell
     2nd - Isaac Baker
     3rd - Roman Sierpina

    Girls - 9 - 10 year old

  • Johnny Futbol: Huerta leads the way for OC soccer


    Johnny Huerta showed why he’s one of the state’s best young talents Saturday night with one flick of his foot.

  • Upcoming Revival

    Grace Baptist Church will host a homecoming revival on Sunday, Sept. 1 from 10am to 6pm and Sept. 2-4 from 9:30am and 7pm. Guest evangelists will be Brother Dave McCracken and Brother David Harrison. Special music each service and lunch served daily.  Grace Baptist Church is located at 2100 Fort Pickens Road in La Grange. For more information, please call (502) 222-8721.

  • North volleyball starts with high state ranking


    There’s not much left for North Oldham volleyball to accomplish that the team hasn’t already done the last two years.

  • Serve and Honor God in Your Work
  • Christmas in September

    Peyton Siva, Sr. will join WHAS11’s Rachel Platt as guest speaker and emcee, respectively, of the 6th Annual Christmas in September – Runway Fashion Show & Boutique.  The event, sponsored by Stock Yards Bank & Trust, will be held Thursday, September 5, 2013, at the Seelbach Hilton Louisville, beginning at 5:30 pm. with free valet parking.

     The annual event is held to raise funds for Prodigal Ministries, Inc., a Louisville agency that serves men and women helping them to avoid prison return.

  • OCHS hosting four foreign exchange students this year

    Oldham County High School Principal Brent Deaves said he is excited for his school to host four foreign exchange students this year. Their national flags, pictures, and some information about themselves will be hanging in the main hallway by the attendance window.

    From left, Jasmine Bianco (Australia), Xinyu Zhang “Cassia” (China), Elena Martin-Ines (Spain) and Silvia Cano Palencia (Spain).

  • Students and staff paint mural
  • Animal Control employee fired

    The Oldham County Fiscal Court has officially fired an animal control officer for admitting to official misconduct, but is locked into a battle with a state agency over money due to the former employee.

    Fiscal Court officially fired Animal Control officer Elmer "Jim" Nichter on Aug. 20.  Nichter was arrested on May 15 for forgery, official misconduct and theft relating to a missing dog case. Earlier this month, Nichter pled guilty in court to official misconduct. This admission prompted Judge-Executive David Voegele to let him go.