Today's News

  • Local Transy students featured in music program

    North Oldham High School graduate and Transylvania University junior Kelly Spratte-Lennington, Oldham County Senior High School graduate and Transylvania freshman Sarah Conn and South Oldham High School graduate and Transylvania freshman Elizabeth Higgins recently performed in the Transylvania music program’s “An Evening at the Cabaret: A Night on Broadway.”

  • County Events

    Thursday, April 24

    Midwest Margaritaville fundraiser for Apple Patch. 5:30 to 11 p.m. Call 657-0103 or e-mail dbayers@applepatch.org for ticket or volunteering information.

    Aerobics class. 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. La Grange Community Center, 307 W. Jefferson St. 225-6474.

    Kiwanis Club of La Grange. 7 p.m. Oldham County Fairgrounds clubhouse, La Grange.222-3035.

    Ballardsville Rural Fire Protection District. 7 p.m. 4604 Ky. 53, Ballardsville. 222-1593.

  • Heritage Festivals

    The Oldham County High School Symphonic Band will represent Kentucky in concert performance in the Heritage Festivals concert band festival in Boston next weekend.

    Seventy-two band members and 16 adult chaperones will depart on April 30 and travel overnight to Boston, with an intermediate stop in New York City.

  • Crash kills motocross star

    A well-known teenager and local motocross star was laid to rest Monday, April 14 after being killed in an automobile accident last week.Hundreds of mourners filled the small confines of Corn Creek Baaptist Church to pay their final respects to Nick Howard.

  • Updates in the future for Oldham Plaza

    A facelift is coming for Oldham Plaza shopping center in La Grange.

  • Oldham squad wins Rock N' Roll Cup in Cleveland

    CRESTWOOD – Prepping for entry into next year’s high school league, an Oldham County hockey team brought home a tourney title from Cleveland.The team, comprised of players from all three local high schools, spent the fall and winter practicing together as they prepare to compete i

  • County Events

    Thursday, April 17

  • Shoe fetish

    Would you like to train for a job paying six figures without being saddled by debt?There’s a facility in Kentucky offering that opportunity.

  • Legislators worked to improve state

    By the time this column goes into print, the final hours of the 2008 regular session of the Kentucky General Assembly will have passed.During the 10-day recess that preceded the General Assembly’s adjourning sine die, the governor had the opportunity to review all legislation that had b

  • Game Bytes

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