There might be a different feel to the Lady Mustangs this year after the graduation of Cat Fiorito, the program’s second all-time leading scorer, but coach Dan Pfaff won’t try to replace Cat Fiorito’s production with one player.
Three coaches in four years is plenty of transition for any program, so maybe it’s only fitting that two seniors, Kylee Nuernberger and Ally Korzeniowski, will anchor the Lady Colonels in their first season under coach Chris Jefferson.
Oldham County has recently had some reports of hogs running loose. A deer hunter shot a large hog that was chasing horses on Fendley Mill Road. And another hog has been loose around Highway 22 and Fible Lane.
The Oldham County Schools communications department received the highest award at the annual Outstanding Achievement in School Information Services program, presented by the Kentucky School Public Relations Association and the Kentucky School Boards Association in Owensboro Nov. 10.
Throw on your PJ’s and have the Grinchiest breakfast ever with the Grinch! As a kickoff to Light Up La Grange festivities, the Oldham County History Center will host Breakfast with the Grinch on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 9 to 11 a.m. It’s a perfect Who-liday themed treat to share with all ages.
The Kentucky State Police began accepting donations for its seventh annual “Cram The Cruiser” holiday food drive on Nov. 22. Designed to provide non-perishable food items for families in need throughout the Commonwealth, the campaign will continue through Dec.12.