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Today's News

  • City of Pewee Valley holds several events

     

    Pewee Valley will be hosting many activities in the month of October, according to a list of events noted at the latest city council meeting.

    There will be a Meet the Candidates forum with local and state politicians at the Oldham County Library Oct. 15 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

    The Pewee Valley Fire Station 2 will open its doors with an Open House on Oct. 25. Times are still being discussed. The firehouse is located on Ash Avenue in Pewee Valley.

  • Mosley ‘sexting’ trial begins

     

    The jury has been selected and the trial has begun for Harry “Shane” Mosley, the former Oldham County Police officer accused of using electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual activity.

    In opening comments, Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Barry Baxter relayed the prosecution’s story that started with a routine traffic stop on the night of Sept. 25, 2012.

  • Music shop adds cafe for performances

    The sign on the wall at Hewn from the Mountain Music Cafe says it all about the focus of the shop: “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which remains silent.”

    Musician Tom McShane owns the full-service music shop, located in Crestwood, which celebrated the opening of a café with a ribbon cutting ceremonty by the Oldham County Chamber of Commerce last week.

  • Louisville Councilman up against healthcare professional in House 36 race

     

    A Louisville anesthesiologist is trying to be a true political contender when she runs against a Louisville Metro councilman for election to the 36th House District.

    The 36th District was formerly a seat located in Eastern Kentucky, but the seat now makes up most of eastern Jefferson County and a portion of southwestern Oldham County, including Pewee Valley.

  • City of Goshen authorizes new park near North Oldham Baptist

    A resolution authorizing Mayor Bob Thacker to sign land purchase documents was approved at a special meeting held by the Goshen City Commission late last week.

    The vote gives the mayor authorization to sign documents for the real estate transaction that will provide property for a new city park.

    The new park will be located by the North Oldham Baptist Church, after the city approved a purchase of two acres by the church to create the new park.

  • Volleyball: Lady Colonel cousins

    Danielle McCarson and Kelsey Miller spent plenty of time together growing up but were never on the same volleyball team until Miller came to Oldham County High School three years ago.

    McCarson, a sophomore at the time, remembers it being weird at first that Miller, her first cousin, was now a teammate.

    “Then we started playing with each other,” McCarson said, “and it clicked so well.”

  • Boys golf: North duo ready for state tourney

    Mason Lenhart and Josh Maier will head south this week for the second year in a row, only this time they’ll have a different objective on their minds.

    Last fall the duo went to the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA State Tournament as part of North Oldham’s Region 6 runner-up team that was competing for a state title.

    The Mustangs didn’t qualify for this year’s state tournament but Lenhart, a sophomore, and Maier, a senior, will go to Bowling Green Country Club anyway as individual competitors.

  • Field hockey team finishes first season

    A new sports program in Oldham County recently finished its first season of play.

    The Oldham County Wicked Sticks field hockey team wrapped up its first season in a 12-team league last month.

    The team was founded on Aug. 1 by Ken Hodge, an Oldham resident who was looking for a field hockey team on which his daughter, Megan, could play.

    Megan is a student at Oldham County Middle School, which doesn’t currently have a team.

  • OCYFL Week 6 recap

    In another week of Oldham County Youth Football League (OCYFL) games, the coaches continued to fine-tune the offense and defense as the playoffs near.

    The junior division saw the Dolphins beat the Carroll County Yellow Jackets 8-0 in a defensive showdown.

    All of the scoring took place in the second quarter in the form of a Blake Wetzel 2-yard touchdown run and ensuing PAT kick. That gave the Dolphins an 8-0 victory.

    The Jaguars shut the Bucs out 28-0.

  • Baseball showcase tryouts

    Kentucky Sports Academy is hosting 15u-18u summer baseball showcase team tryouts Oct. 18 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

    You can find details on Kentucky Sports Academy’s Facebook page or by calling Tony Blair at (502)387-3335.