Today's News

  • Colonels welcome SOHS to Buckner for rivalry game

    After a week with all three local teams on the road, football action returns to Oldham County this Friday with plenty of excitement in tow. Rivals Oldham County and South Oldham get things started at 7:30 p.m. Friday, as the Dragons travel to Bell Field looking to extend their winning streak to a pair of games after defeating North Bullitt 26-6 over the weekend.

  • Brownsboro Alliance hosts polo event

    Muggy weather and plenty of rain wouldn’t stop the Brownsboro Alliance Benefit Polo Match this weekend as nearly 300 onlookers traveled to Crestwood on Saturday for a little fun and a lot of fundraising.

  • South Oldham girls' soccer picks up big 2-1 win over North Oldham

    After back-to-back losses to open play in the 29th district, the South Oldham girls’ soccer team responded in a big way Wednesday night, knocking off rival North Oldham 2-1 to pick up their first district win. The last times the teams met, North Oldham rallied from a late deficit to force overtime on Aug. 19, eventually winning 3-2 on penalty kicks.

  • Local teams ranked in KVCA Top 25 Poll

    In the KVCA volleyball poll released today, several local schools crack the top 25 with North Oldham leading the way at No. 12. The Lady Mustangs checked in at No. 9 in the first poll of the season but dropped three spots after a 9-6 start. Oldham County is the other local team in the top 25 at No. 23 with a 8-4 record, including 1-0 in district play. South Oldham, though not ranked in the top 25, did rank ahead of the Lady Colonels in the KVCA Regional poll, finishing in third behind Simon Kenton and North Oldham. Oldham County ranked No. 4 in the regional poll.

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  • North Oldham Middle School boys cross country captures first place in Shelby County Invitational

    The North Oldham Middle School Boys' cross country team took first place at the Shelby County Invitational led by three top-5 runners. Logan Otter led the way for the Mustangs in third place, followed by Alex McCarty and Matthew Morris in fourth and fifth, respectively.

    Robert Lowe was also a top-10 finisher, finishing in seventh, while Nick Bierne clocked in in 11th

  • North Oldham boys' soccer skids extends to five games.

    Traveling to Bowling Green over the weekend for the Purple Classic, the North Oldham boys' soccer team returned empty-handed after dropping all three of their games.

    In game one, the Mustangs played a close 2-1 game with Marshall County but fell narrowly. Colin Burke picked up a goal for the North off an assists from Quinn Foster.

  • Crestwood family to compete on 'Family Feud'

    Family Feud host Steve Harvey and his no-holds-barred brand of comedy are back for a new season of America's favorite family competition. And this time, Harvey welcomes a family from Oldham County. 

    The Hartman family from Crestwood faces off against the Williams family from Dallas for the chance to win up to $100,000 and a brand new car, along with some serious bragging rights. 

    The show featuring the Hartman family airs at 12:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10 on WDRB (Channel 41).

  • Property dispute turns deadly in Smithfield; bus driver remembered

    Police believe a property dispute led to the fatal shooting of a Henry County man on Saturday afternoon.

    Detectives from Kentucky State Police Post 5 are investigating the the death of Joseph Bibelhauser, 61.

    A 911 call alerted KSP to an altercation and possible shooting in the 7600 block of Ballardsville Road in Smithfield.

    According to police, Bibelhauser died at the scene from a gunshot wound to the head.

  • North Oldham survives double overtime thriller to improve to 3-0

     North Oldham got a test for the second week in a row, traveling to Christian Academy of Louisville for a showdown with the Centurions. After playing to a 7-7 stalemate in regulation, the teams needed two overtimes to settle the score before North finally pulled away 17-14 on a game-winning 24 yard field goal from Caleb Kellogg.