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Today's News

  • Football: Mustangs drop close loss at CAL

    Arien Beasley ran for touchdowns of 62 and 80 yards but Christian Academy-Louisville made the plays at the end to beat North Oldham 24-21 Friday in Louisville.

    Mustang quarterback Taylor Heckenberg left the game early with a separated right shoulder and will miss at least the next two weeks, coach Billy Martin said.

    North (1-1) tallied 214 rushing yards but got just 12 yards through the air. The Class 2A No. 4 Centurions (3-0) out-gained the Mustangs 234-226.

    “It was just a defensive battle, both teams,” Martin said.

  • Football: Colonels fall at Franklin

    Oldham County is off to a 0-3 start after losing 49-7 at Franklin County Friday night.

    Senior Carson Axtell returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a Colonel touchdown, but that was the only score all night for OC.

    The Flyers (2-0), ranked No. 4 in Class 5A, scored the game’s final 49 points.

    “Speed was the big issue,” OC coach Mike Shatzer said. “They had a lot of team speed and they just whipped us up front.

  • Football: Pick-six seals wild Dragon win

    CRESTWOOD – On a Friday night where neither team could get a stop, it was a Connor John defensive play that finished off a landmark South Oldham victory.

    John returned an Anderson County interception 35 yards for a touchdown with 1:25 left and his team up by just two points, sealing a 52-43 South win at Dragon Stadium.

    The win was the Dragons’ (2-0) first ever in 11 tries against the Bearcats (1-1).

  • Field hockey: Lady Dragons handle St. Francis

    CRESTWOOD – South Oldham scored the first four goals Thursday and eased to a 6-2 home win at Dragon Stadium against St. Francis.

    Lady Dragon freshman Emily Durham and junior Storm Thompson scored two goals each.

    “We communicated well and worked hard,” Thompson said.

    Durham scored South’s first goal with 17:02 left in the first half off a Thompson assist.
    Thompson made the Lady Dragon lead 2-0 more than 10 minutes later off an Avery Periard assist.

  • Boys soccer: South pleases big crowd with win over St. X

    CRESTWOOD – As the clock ticked down Wednesday night a South Oldham administrator stood in front of the entrance of a packed student section.

    He allowed one student to go out and remove two metal barricades separating the rubber track at Dragon Stadium from the turf field.

    The administrator then temporarily held back the students while waiting for South and St. Xavier soccer players to shake hands.

  • South cheerleaders hold fundraiser

    South Oldham High School cheerleaders will hold a pancake breakfast fundraiser, Sept. 13 at 8 a.m. at Applebee’s in La Grange. The South Oldham High School cheerleaders will be hosting a pancake breakfast to raise money for competition fees including one to Orlando, Fla. Tickets are $7 each and can be purchased at the door. Please show your support for your local cheerleaders. For more information contact Angie Wolff at angie.wolff@me.com or 502-314-3505.

    — Submitted info

  • Historical Society Gala salutes WWII Veterans

    The Oldham County Historical Society will be celebrating its 13th Annual Gala on Friday, Sept. 26 to the theme of a Boogie Woogie Ball straight from the World War II era.  Black Tie, Supper Club or World War II era attire is optional for this evening of entertainment on the spacious tented grounds of the Oldham County History Center located at 106 N. Second Ave. in La Grange.

  • History Hounds preschool program
  • Christianity and the Old Testament

    Christians like the Old Testament stories that have mercy and inspiration in them, but some Christians find the stories of wrath and destruction to be offensive.For example, Samuel instructs King Saul to completely destroy the Amalekites.

    “Now go and smite Amalek and utterly destroy all that they have; do not spare them, but kill both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass” (I Samuel 15:3). Usually what Christians try to do is forget such texts are in the Old Testament, focus on the New Testament and pretend everything is alright.

  • State neglect leads district to ask for tax increase

    When people think of Oldham County, many think of our schools. This is something of which we should all be proud because the successes and reputation of our schools serve as a reflection of our community and the value we place on education. Oldham County, when compared to the other 119 counties throughout the state, ranks among the highest in median household income and educational attainment.