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Today's News

  • Family hopes to bring new flavors to county

     Crestwood residents who are hungry for a new restaurant option have something new to add to their palette, “A Taste of Thai.”

     

    The exotic new restaurant opened its doors for lunch-only Feb. 19, and will continue to expand hours as its three new owners develop the business, said part-owner, Darwin Cotton.

  • Young band rocks OC

    An Oldham County band is beginning to make waves in the community despite their youth.

    Pope Lick is composed of South Oldham High School brothers Ayars King on lead vocals and guitar, Ruairi King on drums and friend Eddie Lentz on bass.  

    The three have been involved in the local music scene for a while, but have not been playing together the whole time.  

  • KSP promotes several officers

     The Kentucky State Police recently recognized the promotion of 16 officers throughout the state at a recent ceremony in Frankfort. One lieutenant colonel, one major, two captains, two lieutenants and 10 sergeants were commissioned.

    Officers with ties to the communtiy included: 

  • Extension: using worms to compost kitchen scraps

     For those turned off by the higher level of maintenance of a traditional compost pile, there is another option: worms. 

    Vermicomposting is another kind of composting in which the worms do all (or nearly all) of the work. Little setup is required. Vermicomposting is an ideal method for those interested in composting only food scraps.

  • Engagement announcement

     Kelly Nicole Dudley and Jeffrey Michael Busick are pleased to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.  

  • LaPrairie to hold organ recital
  • Community in Brief - April 28, 2016

     KFB certifies Sherwood 

    Sherwood Acres Beef of Oldham County is one of 88 certified farm markets across the Commonwealth accepted into the 2016 Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Certified Roadside Farm Market Program. 

  • Judas, Hated and Scorned
  • Going back home

    By Ginger Lumpkin

    Having my childhood and early adult life pretty evenly split between Indiana and Tennessee, I find that my allegiance is often torn.  There are so many things I love about the Hoosier State; the first signs of spring after a long, hard winter, pork tenderloin sandwiches bigger than the hog they came from, and some of the kindest, most friendly people you could ever hope to meet.  

  • Reach out to the lonely

     I’ve never met a stranger and I consider it a privilege to speak to everyone I’m introduced to.  You see, I’m homegrown.  I was born in Louisville and have always felt we possess good Southern hospitality.