Today's News

  • Lady Colonel softball seeks to defend regional title

     Oldham County softball reached the state tournament for first time since 2013 last year. Elana Ornelas and Taylor Jackson are two of the Eighth Region’s best hitters for coach Steve Leanhart, who thinks the Lady Colonels’ offense can be better than its team that averaged 9.2 runs per game last season.

  • State tournament experience helps South baseball

    South Oldham baseball won the Eighth Region to reach the state tournament for the first time in school history last season. Several key pieces in Dragon coach Matt Walker’s lineup return including JT Benson, Matthew Reaves and Cam Revolt, but South Oldham has a revamped pitching staff with the graduation of its top pitchers from a year ago.

  • Progression continues for South Oldham softball

    South Oldham softball has improved its win total every season in three years under coach Jim Prather, and now the Lady Dragons finally have seniors. The team advanced to the Eighth Region tournament for the first time since 2013 last season.

  • Wilson wins fourth national championship

    Steve Wilson won his fourth United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) National Championship last weekend at Live Oak International in Ocala, Fla.

    The Oldham County resident, owner of Hermitage Farm and co-founder of 21c Museum Hotels, became the oldest drive in the United States to win four titles.

  • Magistrate base salary increased to nearly $20k

    The magistrates of Oldham County Fiscal Court are getting a pay raise this year.

    During the court’s March 5 meeting, a majority of the fiscal court approved a 1.9 percent raise. The percentage is calculated based on adjustments to the consumer price index.

  • Crestwood to sell sewer system to MSD

    A tense Oldham County Fiscal Court meeting resulted in the green light for the City of Crestwood to sell their sewer system to Louisville-based Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD).

    The interlocal agreement will allow Crestwood, for the first time, to negotiate with MSD directly without having to go through the county.

  • Sen. Rand Paul visits Oldham County

    U.S. Senator Rand Paul defended his decision to vote against President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration for border wall funding in Oldham County March 8.

    The Oldham County Chamber and Economic Development hosted Paul, a Republican, during their power hour, a monthly networking event, at the Arvin Education Center. Over 100 people attended the senator’s speech.

  • Uncle Bobs’ Cookin: try these fish recipes at home

    Fish as a food source has a history thousands of years old. All of the immigrants that came to America brought recipes from their home country.

  • Public Records - March 14, 2019

    La Grange Police

    Tyler J. Joyner, 31 of Louisville - cited and released Feb. 26 for disregarding traffic control device, no registration plates, no registration receipt and failure to maintain required insurance

  • Time and talents used to God’s glory

    Take a few minutes and think about the things you do with your time. Do you spend most of your time working outside the home? Are you a homemaker? Are you involved in children or grandchildren’s activities? Do you volunteer your time to worthy civic and church groups? Is any of it your time? Isn’t all time given to us by God?