Today's News

  • Prospect Rotary honors students

    The Prospect Goshen Rotary Students of the Month Award for North Oldham High are Greg McDonald and Rachel Scherer. Pictured from left to right, North Oldham Associate Principal, Athletic director and Rotarian Daniel Viehmann, Greg McDonald, Rachel Scherer and Rotarian Paul Forrest.

  • Road department members take advanced training

    The Technology Transfer Program of the Kentucky Transportation Center announces that 165 Roads Scholars and 144 Road Masters have completed the 2017 Kentucky Roads Scholars/Road Masters Training Program.

  • Our expectations of God: comfort
  • Practice and persistence

    In seminary we had speech class to prepare us for the pulpit and for the countless times we would be speaking in public. The hardest part is that we had to present our talks to our fellow classmates and critique each other. We were challenged to practice every element of speaking: our tone of voice, our facial expressions, our eye contact and the content of our talk.

  • Our holiday reflections

    Holiday letters are a wonderful way to reconnect with friends and neighbors; they afford the opportunity to step back, smile, remind us of our connections near and far and to reflect on changes from the past year and plans for the future.

  • Keep warm this winter

    By Amy Kostelic As the mercury drops on the thermometer, remember to stay warm both indoors and outdoors for your health. This is particularly true for older adults as they tend to lose body heat faster than younger adults.

  • Zaubi among state's best seniors at all-star game

    South Oldham’s Drew Zaubi was selected to the annual Best of the Bluegrass all-star football game earlier this month. The senior quarterback completed seven passes for 93 yards and the Louisville area team to its only scoring drive against the Kentucky team.

  • North Oldham wrestling seeking new practice facility

    North Oldham wrestling wants a facility to call its own. At a recent Oldham County School Board meeting, coaches, parents and former student-athletes spoke about the desire to have permanent practice facility similar to South Oldham and Oldham County.

    The wrestling team currently practices in North Oldham’s cafeteria.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham wins Hoops tournament title

    Another strong first quarter, another victory for Oldham County boys basketball. The Colonels defeated John Hardin 88-60 Saturday in Buckner to claim the Pegasus Sports Network Best in Hoops tournament title. Jackson Gibson had a team-high 35 points, shooting 10 of 10 from the field and 14 of 15 from the free throw line, and Travis Henderson finished with 25 points to lead the Colonels.

  • Boys Basketball: Oldham throttles Warren Central

    Oldham County boys basketball overwhelmed Warren Central in the first quarter on the way to a 71-39 victory Friday night in the second day of the Pegasus Sports Network Best in Hoops tournament hosted in Buckner. Travis Henderson posted a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds while Jackson Gibson finished with 16 points and five assists.