Today's News

  • Girls Basketball: Oldham advances in regional

    Three days after winning the District 29 tournament title, Oldham County girls basketball continued its postseason winning-streak.

  • North Swimming places as state runner-up

    It was the team of North Oldham that brought in a bevy of first for the Mustangs girls swimming program at the 2018 Swimming and Diving State Championship.

  • Tarvestad wins state title

    If everything has to be perfect in the 50 yard freestyle race, Will Tarvestad was certainly that in the state championship race Saturday.

    The North Oldham junior won the state championship and became the first swimmer in the KHSAA Swimming and Diving Championship meet history to finish in less than 20 seconds, claiming the title in 19.94, sealing All-American honors.

  • LG&E will cut power in Westport

    As flooding continues across the county, LG&E, the Westport Volunteer Fire Department and the Oldham County Water District are preparing for more rain tonight.

  • State Swimming Championship

    The 2018 KHSAA Swimming and Diving State Championship ended as a historic day for North Oldham.

    The Mustang girls team placed as the state runner-up with 198 points and scored in every event, North Oldham best ever finish. On the boys side, Will Tarvestad brought back another state championship to Goshen as he won the 50 yard freestyle title.

  • Boys Basketball: District 29 final

    Oldham County boys basketball defeated South Oldham 77-56 Friday Feb. 23 in Goshen to claim the District 29 title for the eighth-straight year. The Colonels used a decisive 15-2 run to close out the third quarter to win the district title.

  • Girls Basketball: District 29 final

    The fourth time was the charm for Oldham County.

    After falling in the district final for three straight years, Oldham County girls basketball defeated South Oldham 45-42 in the District 29 final Friday Feb. 23, the Lady Colonels first district title since 2014.

  • Critical services for the disabled jeopardized

     Kentucky legislators have a difficult task as they determine how to allocate  

    limited funds to deal with the needs of our entire Commonwealth. But some  

  • Boys Basketball: North and South battle in districts

    The game that was an instant-classic, ended in the only appropriate way.

    Devin Young hit a game-winning 3-pointer as time expired to guarantee a spot for South Oldham boys basketball in the district final and Eighth Region tournament as the Dragons defeated North Oldham 63-60 in the District 29 semi-finals in Goshen Wednesday Feb. 21.

  • Girls Basketball: Oldham and North in district tournament

    When it comes to postseason play, Oldham County coach Chris Jefferson said it isn’t for the faint of heart. The Lady Colonels did enough to advance to the district final and clinching a spot in the Eighth Region tournament, using an 11-0 fourth quarter run to defeat North Oldham 40-30 in the District 29 semi-finals Wednesday Feb. 21 in Goshen.