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Today's News

  • '80s Spring Fling

    South Oldham Middle School hosted the Spring Fling event March 28, with the theme “The Big 80s.” Paula Greco, SOMS PTSA representative, was one of the masterminds behind this 1980s flashback.

  • Economic impacts of business park

    Oldham County is developing a large parcel of land along Interstate 71 near the La Grange interchange.  In this report I provide estimates of the potential economic and fiscal impacts associated with the development, now called Oldham Reserve. 

  • Oldham's Mallek sets record at Lyles meet

    LOUISVILLE – Oldham County High School’s Joe Mallek set a new meet record in the 800-meter run at the Lenny Lyles Track and Field Invitational at Central High School over the weekend.

  • This is the second test of the CMS system

    This is the second test of the new and improved v2 of the CMS system. I'm trying some new things with this file to see if I can get it to create, edit and export efficiently and correctly. Let's hope it works!

    Things are going well so far. The last time I created this file, I hit return to start a second paragraph and the second graph indented itself. But that doesn't seem to be happening this time. Of course, right now, I'm just typing as I go. But what happens if I copy and paste this paragraph underneath?

  • Flood of murky water

    The brown waters of the Ohio River crested 26.02 feet at the upper gauge of the McAlpine Locks and Dam Friday – about 3 feet above flood stage.

  • Medical equipment company, president sentenced for fraud

    The former president of a medical equipment company will pay more than $79,000 in restitution to Medicare and Medicaid for submitting false claims and prescriptions for back braces.

  • Summer camps

    Camp Crestwood

    7206 Clore Lane, Crestwood

    June 9-13: Middle School Camp

    June 16-20: Combined Camp

  • Running man

    The spontaneity of firefighting – dropping everyday duties at the sound of an alarm – can be more dangerous for firefighters than an actual emergency.

  • News briefs

    Inmate escapes from women’s prison A Louisville robber serving a five-year sentence walked away from the Kentucky Correctional Institute for Women outside Pewee

  • Four students honored for essays

    Mallory Price, a fifth-grader at Liberty Elementary was inspired to compare her mother to the warmth and comfort of kisses, and hot chocolate on a chilly day. Her essay, “What My Mother Means to Me,” won first place in the state contest held by American Mothers Inc. She will compete at the national level.