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Today's News

  • Business owners continue to contest city sign ordinance

    Business owners asked a committee to toss out La Grange’s sign ordinance Jan. 10, complaining the ordinance, which many call “anti-business,” deters growth and economic development in the city. More than 30 business owners suggested members of the ordinance review committee create a grandfather clause to protect pre-existing signs. Many also complained about selective enforcement and a lack of communication between the city council and business community. The committee includes Wally Nay, Lucy Ricketts, Tadd Humble and Debbie Pollard.

  • La Grange woman discovers juveniles burglarizing home

    Two boys are charged with burglary after a woman found the juveniles in her living room about 7:20 p.m. Jan.

  • Game Bytes

    BasketballOldham County vs. Anderson CountyScore: 53-39 Anderson County.When: Friday. Where: Anderson County. Key players: Oldham County’s Billie Payne, Anderson County’s C.J. Penny and Jacob Russell. Game highlights: The Colonels continued to struggle offensively as they fell behind the Bearcats 28-15 at the half and lost to Anderson for the second time this season.Forward C.J.

  • All-state honors

    Two local players were recently named honorable mention all-state in a vote by the state coaches association compiled by The Courier-Journal.SOHS’ Cody Lasseigne, a 5-foot-10, 175-pound senior, was on the defensive line for his play at nose guard for the Dragons this season. Lasseigne was also the leader of the SOHS offfensive line at center and a three-year starter.North Oldham’s Dylan Grandon was selected as a punter.

  • Crestwood student wins honorable mention for case study competition

    Raymond Wolf of Crestwood, an undergraduate business student at Xavier University, won $1,000 for his school after winning a regional honorable mention award in the 2007 Deloitte Tax Case Study Competition.

    The Xavier team was among 50 teams from 35 colleges and universities around the country that competed in the national contest.

  • Colonels' receivers, SOHS backs head up all-district team

    CRESTWOOD – Oldham County High’s talented receiving corps and South Oldham’s backfield head up the local selections to the Kentucky Football Coaches Association all-district football team.This team is different from a previously reported all-district team by the Greater Lo

  • Board releases boundaries for school assignments

    The Oldham County Board of Education has released the tentative district boundaries for the new Locust Grove Elementary School scheduled to open in August on the same campus as East Oldham Middle School on Ky. 22 near Ballardsville. Locust Grove is scheduled to open with about 590 students pulled from the southeastern end of the county.

  • Dragon Invitational will feature best in state wrestlers

    CRESTWOOD –A packed field of some of the state’s best wrestlers will come to South Oldham High School Saturday for the Dragon Invitational.Five top 10 ranked teams headed up by No. 2 Trinity, No. 4 John Hardin and No. 5 Ryle head the field. Simon Kenton, ranked No. 8 and No. 10 SOHS are the other top ranked teams.Also in the the field are No. 12 Woodford County and No. 16 OCHS along with St.

  • Gathof named third team All-American

    RICHMOND – Former Oldham County High School standout Brandon Gathof was one of six Eastern Kentucky University football players named to the 2007 Sports Network All-America team.

  • Budget story in Jan. 10 edition included inaccurate information about county clerk, sheriff

    Despite higher demand for services and tough economy, county officials have tightened their 2008 budgets and are returning a record number of excess fees to Oldham County Fiscal Court for operations in 2007. The Oldham County Clerk’s Office’s return to fiscal court increased by 264 percent in 2007. County Clerk Julie Lentz will return a record $352,809 to fiscal court from 2007.