Today's News

  • Letters to the Editor


    Hunter calls editorial cartoon a 'cheap shot'

    To the editor:


  • Property Transfers


    Merritt and Judith Marcus and Calvin and Martha Marcus to Cindy Vance, lots 2334-2344, 2347-2387, 2413-2458, 2460-2467 and 2558-2563, Lake Louisvilla, Crestwood, $56,000.

    Ball Homes Inc. to Leslie Stewart, lot 44, Williamsgate, 7006 Alberta Drive, Crestwood, $206,312.

  • Police reports

    Warrant arrests

    Cindy Ramos, 26, 119 Bermuda Lane, Louisville, arrested by OCSO Nov. 20, probation violation. 

    Anita G. Stewart, 41, 508 Maplecrest Drive, La Grange, arrested by OCSO Nov. 21, fourth-degree assault. 

  • McDonald’s Classic brings in fans, bucks

    BUCKNER – The basketball was fast and furious Saturday at Oldham County High School, but the action will lead to a hopefully relaxing experience for families around the state with a child battling cancer.

  • Duplexes approved on Ky. 22 in Crestwood

    Planners approved a development of 11 duplexes on Ky. 22 in Crestwood Monday and granted the appropriate zone change for multi-family housing.

  • Writers of the Month

    Locust Grove Elementary recently named “Writers of the Month.”  Students submitted writing throughout the past month and those named were selected by a committee. Each student was called down during an assembly to receive a certificate and a pencil.

  • La Grange resident will compete in Miss Kentucky pageant

    Samantha Winters, 21, of La Grange will compete for the title of 2009 Miss Kentucky U.S.A. on Dec. 19 at the Lovett Auditorium at Murray State University. 

    Winters is the daughter of Mark and Jan Viehmann and Michael and Nancy Winters.  

  • Rehabilitation facility appoints dedicated specialist

    Oaklawn, a rehabilitation and long-term care facility in Louisville’s east end, has appointed Jason Miller, M.D. as in-house Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialist beginning Nov. 3.  

  • Book drive

    Students in Colleen Davis’ freshman geography classes at South Oldham High School are trying to bring visibility to “the invisible” by raising awareness of the hardships faced by children growing up in Uganda. 

  • Being cautious

    Shopping during the holiday season can present a unique danger. Taking a few prevention measurers can help keep your holiday season joyous.

    The holiday season is a time when busy people can become careless and vulnerable to theft and other holiday crime. The Oldham County Police Department encourages citizens to be alert and cautions while shopping, especially during the holiday seasons.