Law enforcement officers from 17 agencies across the commonwealth were recognized for completing the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training’s Academy of Police Supervision, including Raymond J. Whitehill of the La Grange Police Department.
Several girls recently traveled to compete in Las Vegas at the national pageant for Miss United States. The Kentucky queens were wished well with a going-away party at Posh in Buckner, the official dress sponsor, on July 24.
Tucked away in a crossroads, where Goshen Lane and Rose Island Road meet, Hardscuffle Farm can be easy to miss for the present-day passerby. But the 313 acres that make up the riverside property have hosted enough history to be recently accepted onto the National Register of Historic Places.
On Aug. 17, Oldham County students returned to school for their first day. This year, Oldham County Schools will welcome 12,238 students for a school year scheduled to end June 1, 2017. The number has increased from 12,049 last school year.
Last week, the South Oldham girls soccer team opened their season with two of the best teams in the state. Simon Kenton and Lexington Catholic. The Lady Dragons fell to Simon Kenton 2-0, but tied Lexington Catholic, a team ranked second in Kentucky by the Maher preseason rankings, 2-2 after leading for a majority of the game.