• With my love of all that is sports, and in more recent years coaching, there’s no doubt I was thrilled when an opportunity to help coach the North Oldham High School baseball team presented itself. Working as a floating assistant, I pretty much help the four primary coaches wherever they can use me with either the varsity or junior varsity squads. As varsity head coach Matt Walker told me, it never hurts to have an extra set of eyes and ears on the ball field.

  • To the editor:

    Since April is recognized as Donate Life Month both nationally and here in Kentucky, I feel this is a good time to thank the many Oldham Countians who have supported organ and tissue donation at our drivers’ license counter by donating $1 in support of our Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk’s Trust for Life and by placing their name on the new Kentucky Organ Donor Registry.

  • CASA helps battle child abuse

  • Over the years I’ve discovered there’s no in-between when sports news makes the front page.

  • Oldham County is developing a large parcel of land along Interstate 71 near the La Grange interchange.  In this report I provide estimates of the potential economic and fiscal impacts associated with the development, now called Oldham Reserve. 

  • The arrest rate for driving under the influence in Oldham County rose an alarming 115 percent between 2006 and 2007, from 121 arrests to 261. Equally alarming, the number of youth arrests for DUI (ages 16 to 21) rose from 26 arrests in 2006 to 50 arrests in 2007 — a 93 percent increase.

  • Board ignores quality of life questionsTo the editor:

  • Best quote from a 7-year-old towel boy: With Vanderbilt in a tight game with Arkansas, Forward Ross Neltner came to the line for free throws.

  • Last week, the editorial board pondered writing about proposed county legislation that would restrict use of firearms. We were torn on the court’s decision to lea

  • A full-time woman, a chaotic scatterTo the editor:

  • The mission of the Oldham County Schools is to equip each student with the skills and knowledge necessary to compete locally, nationally and worldwide for employment which enables them to meet their personal and professional goals.

  • 8:52 p.m. I remember when that time was early for me.

  • State needs increased tobacco taxTo the editor:

  • It's storming. Severe weather is quickly approaching.

  • ‘Welcome to the nickel and dime show’To the editor:<

  • Party chair seeks another termTo the editor:

  • The Senate introduced its signature bill, Senate Bill 1, this week which provides an academic achievement program that saves millions of dollars, reduces testing time and provides teachers and parents with valid and reliable information at the student level of children’s achievement and academic deficiencies.

  • The more information you have, the better off you are — in any situation. That’s why we’re thankful to the Oldham County Airport Board for taking a st

  • Board members need to provide answersTo the editor:

  • Local contractor cares for customersTo the editor: