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    Sewer officials examine district’s expensesBoard members for the Oldham County Sewer District are examining a study about the costs and revenue associated with operating OCSD’s 13 wastewater treatment pla

  • Funding a cure

    It has already taken her career, her dream house and her ability to walk. It is taking her independence and most likely will eventually take her life.Last week Carole Jones of La Grange faced four U. S.

  • Local students earn $53K in scholarships

    Oldham County Dollars for Scholars awarded more than $53,000 in scholarships from local businesses, organizations and individuals to 47 local students May 19. Recipients include Oldham County Career Center student Erin L. Muhlheizler, home-schooled student Rachel E. Meredith, North Oldham High School students Courtney B. Perkins, Stacey L. Schal, Brooke M. Claggett, Daniel T. Warren, Gretchen M. Gruenberg, Karen M. Bortner, Christine A.

  • Lunch crunch

    There is no such thing as a free lunch for the children of Oldham County this summer.A federally-funded program that provided free sack lunches to local children in summers past is no longer offered in Oldham County.

  • Prospect soldier earns Purple Heart

    Mark Mann said he has never heard of anyone who stepped on an improvised explosive device and lived to tell about it, until he spoke to his son.

  • North Oldham neighbors unite to promote safer streets, protect homes from theft

    Earlier this spring, a few residents of the City of Goshen fell victim to daytime burglars.

  • Cell tower planned for NOFD site

    Commissioners approved the North Oldham Fire Department’s plan for a 250-foot telecommunications tower Tuesday.The application was originally discussed at a hearing in November, but commissioners requested a study regarding the line of sight from the tower and a location an

  • Schools pursue truancy charge

    Oldham County Schools officials intend to pursue truancy charges against parents who have kept their son out of Crestwood Elementary School for the last two months.Robert and Jeanie Montgomery have not sent their son Matthew, who has autism, to school because they are concerned a

  • The show goes on

    Scaffolding still covers the front of the building, but the show returned to the Little Colonel Playhouse lastweekend.The Little Colonel Players hosted three performances of the comedy “Will You Still Love Me in the Morning?” during the weekend.

  • News Briefs

    School lunch prices to increase by 15 centsRising food prices prompted the Oldham County Board of Education to increase the price of school lunches for the 2008-09 school year.