Today's News

  • County settles with officer awarded $600K

    Oldham County government has reached a settlement with a Ky. National Guardsman who a jury awarded $600,000 for his discrimination suit against the county's police department.

  • Dragons fall to J-town

    CRESTWOOD – In an oh-so-close, yet-so-far game the South Oldham High School Dragons came within a hair of upsetting Jeffersontown for the second year in a row before finally falling 64-60 to the No. 2 Chargers Monday.
    Last year the Dragons upset the Chargers when they were ranked No. 1 in the state and were just two missed three-pointers from doing it again this year.

  • Swimmers set for regionals

    LOUISVILLE – The local high school swimming teams will test themselves again in the state’s toughest regional meet this Friday and Saturday and all three teams expect to show improvement.
    Each is basing the optimism on better regular seasons and on a step up in the level of competition.

  • Sports bytes

    North Oldham vs. Spencer County
    Score: 70-52 Spencer County.
    When: Saturday.
    Where: Spencer County High School.
    Key players: North Oldham’s Nathan Yates. Spencer County’s Trey Wyatt and Logan Dunbar.

  • Juniors top 1,000 point mark

    CRESTWOOD – The points have always come almost naturally to Nicole Bryant and Jasmine Whitfield, the complete game of both has come with time, experience and hard work.
    Bryant, a junior guard at North Oldham and Whitfield, a junior guard at South Oldham, both reached the 1,000 career point mark last week.

  • Colonels win seventh in state duals meet

    BUCKNER – On a day when they finished right where they were supposed to according to their ranking, the Oldham County High School wrestling team was oh-so-close to moving up.
    The Colonels, ranked No. 7 in the state, took eighth place in the 16-team state wrestling duals tournament Saturday in Lexington.

  • Lady Dragons beat Anderson County

    CRESTWOOD - – It may have been the statement game the South Oldham Lady Dragons have been looking to make the past two seasons.

  • GINGER: Dress for snow, not Spring Break

    I was thrilled to hear that the world’s favorite groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, failed to see his shadow.
    Not only am I looking forward to warm weather, bright flowers and perpetually muddy floors, I am grateful that the poor women who don’t own a single winter garment will finally be able to dress appropriately!

  • Prospect Chamber hosts Denny Crum

    The Prospect Area Chamber hosted a joint breakfast Thursday with the Prospect/Goshen Rotary Club.
    Special guest speaker is legendary University of Louisville basketball coach Denny Crum.
    Crum served as coach from 1971 to 2002, and led the team to six Final Four tournaments – 1975, 1980, 1982, 1983 and 1986.

  • EOMS water jar exhibit runs two weeks

    An exhibit featuring artists from East Oldham Middle School starts this week at the Oldham County Schools Arts Center.
    EOMS artists opened a water jar show Tuesday and the display will be open for two weeks.
    All water jars are for sale at a cost of $10 each. Proceeds benefit the Haiti Water Project.