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Today's News

  • Judges, clerks excited for new e-filing system

    Neighboring counties Oldham, Henry and Trimble will help test out a new electronic filing system for the state’s court system, area judges announced last week.

    The three counties make up the 12th Circuit in Kentucky, which is only the third circuit in the state to launch e-filing for civic cases, District Judge Jerry Crosby said.

    The new program will allow court clerks to enter motions, filings and other legal documents electronically, allowing for the start of a transition away from expensive paper costs, he said.

  • Crestwood Civic celebrates 100 years

    Not many organizations can say they have served a community for a whole century, but the Crestwood Civic Club will be among those few when it celebrates 100 years in Oldham County this weekend.

    The Commonwealth of Kentucky incorporated the club in November 1914 with the desire of its members to make the community a better and safer place to live.

    In 100 years, the club has promoted charitable, education and religious endeavors, including Apple Patch, American Red Cross and Girl Scouts.

  • ‘Thriller’ dance troupe excited for new season, needs new studio

     

    For the Terpsichore Dance Company, Halloween is a year-round event.

    It’s the 14th season of performing the choreographed Thriller dance at the Baxter Avenue Morgue Haunted House for the Crestwood-based troupe, where they entertain over 15,000 people each year.

    Carolyne Tilford created Terpsichore 16 years ago to give dancers from ages 10 to 55 a chance to learn choreographed dances and perform in the community.

    The Terpsichore dancers teach and perform year-round, but Thriller and the Halloween season are the biggest for them.

  • La Grange Rotary, The Oaks team up to make blankets for Linus project

     

    Children often tug along blankets for years and years for a sense of security before finally reaching adulthood. Becky Jew’s goal is to have all children feel the sense of warmth that only a blanket can bring.

    Jew is the chapter coordinator of Project Linus, which is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide love, sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized or otherwise in need.

  • OCYFL Week 3 recap

    In the Pewee Division the Carroll County Yellowjackets continued their winning ways by defeating the Packers.

    Alonzo Lopez put the Jackets on the board first by running for a 40-yard touchdown and the ensuing PAT.

    Then Ethan Price ran for 35 yards and the touchdown with Lopez converting his second PAT on the day to make it 14-0.

    The Packers’ Ryan Holvey scored on a 35-yard quarterback sneak, but it wasn’t enough and the final score was 14-6.

  • Boys soccer: Lister scores three, South beats OC

    CRESTWOOD – A stingy defense and the finishing abilities of senior forward Christian Lister put South Oldham in the district driver’s seat Tuesday.

    Lister scored three second-half goals and the Dragon defense didn’t allow Oldham County to put a shot on goal until the final minute. That combination added up to a 3-0 South win on a chilly night at Dragon Stadium.

    Tuesday’s win marked the Dragons’ first shutout of the Colonels in six years.

  • Field hockey: North wins in strokes

    CRESTWOOD – North Oldham and South Oldham needed an extra 10 minutes to decide their field hockey match Monday night in the mist at Dragon Stadium.

    When the 10-minute overtime wasn’t enough to break a 2-2 deadlock, the teams went into penalty strokes.

    Lady Mustangs Charlie McCauley and Madison Cobb converted their strokes and goalie Sarah Foye didn’t allow a Lady Dragon to score, giving North a 2-0 advantage and a 3-2 win over its county rival.

  • Golf: Thomas claims first pro win

    Justin Thomas turned what he called “a good, solid” first year in professional golf “into a great year” on Sunday.

    The Goshen resident sank a 21-and-a-half-foot putt on the first playoff hole to beat Richard Sterne and win the Web.com Tour’s Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship in Columbus, Ohio.

    The tournament victory was the first for Thomas, a former Kentucky Mr. Golf at St. Xavier High School and All-American at the University of Alabama playing his first year in the pros.

  • Girls cross-country: OC second in Rumble

    GOSHEN – Oldham County used a consistent approach to get a runner-up finish Saturday.

    The Lady Colonels placed five runners between positions 18-33 and came in second only to DuPont Manual in the team competition of the Rumble Through the Jungle on Saturday morning at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve.

    Junior Sammy Griffin led OC with an 18th place finish, running the three laps in 20:36.53.

    “I’m always so proud of the team,” Griffin said. “…I think everybody did well.”

  • Boys cross-country: Fryman wins Rumble at home course

    GOSHEN – Trenton Fryman had come close to winning his home meet twice before.

    The North Oldham junior finished third in the 2012 Rumble Through the Jungle and came in second one year ago.

    Fryman broke through Saturday, winning the boys 5K at the Rumble, an annual meet North hosts at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve.

    Fryman passed Madison Central’s Brennan Fields on the final of three laps to finish first with a time of 16:08.33. Fields (16:11.47) was second, followed by third-place Tanner Dowdy of South Oldham (16:26.40).