Today's News

  • North tennis wins regionals

    North Oldham boys and girls tennis won the Eighth Region title hosted at Franklin County Wednesday May 9. South Oldham boys and girls finished as regional runner-up.

    Regional winners, runners up and semi-finalists advance to the KHSAA state championship beginning May 17 in Lexington. 

    Boys Singles

  • Boys Lacrosse: South wins district

    Clinging to a one-goal lead to begin the second half, South Oldham boys lacrosse erupted for 10 goals in the third quarter to defeat North Oldham 16-6 Thursday May 10 to claim its fifth straight District 4 title.

    Grant Prince had five goals, John Downing scored four and Peyton Stallard had three assists for South Oldham. Seth Wilson scored four goals for North Oldham.

  • Team focus leads Lady Colonels to regional title

    Behind a team effort, Oldham County girls track and field won the Class 3-A Region 4 title May 8 at Assumption in Louisville. The Lady Colonels had 119 points, 31 points ahead of second-place finisher Sacred Heart Academy.

  • Class 2-A Region 3 results

    Christian Academy of Louisville hosted the annual Class 2-A Region 3 track and field meet Tuesday May 8 in Louisville. North Oldham defended its regional title from 2017.

  • Class 3-A Region 4 results

    Assumption hosted the annual Class 3-A Region 4 track and field meet Tuesday May 8 in Louisville.

    In each of the 16 regions, the first and second place finishers in each event automatically qualify for the state meet. The next 10 best performances in each event, per class, from the state at-large qualify for the state meet as well.


  • Letters to the editor - May 10, 2018

     The healthiest county In Kentucky just got healthier

  • Columnist gives primary endorsements

     Editor’s note:  These endorsements reflect the views of Mike DiGiuro. They are not necessarily the views or endorsements of the Oldham Era or its staff.

  • Boys Lacrosse: North tops Oldham in districts

    North Oldham boys lacrosse never relinquished a first half lead to defeat Oldham County 15-5 in the District 4 semi-finals Tuesday May 8 in Crestwood. With the victory, the Mustangs are assured of a spot in the state tournament.

  • Results from Sundown Invitational

    Five days before regional meets, Oldham County hosted the annual Sundown Invitational track and field meet Thursday May 3 in Buckner.


    North Oldham placed second with 117 points. South Oldham was fourth with 77 points. Oldham County placed seventh with 27 points. New Albany won the 10-team event with 120 points.

  • Softball: Oldham defeats South

    From top to bottom, Oldham County softball’s 15-0 win over South Oldham was the Lady Colonels’ most complete performance of the season, coach Steve Leanhart said. The five-inning victory Monday May 7 in Crestwood sealed the number one seed for Oldham County for the District 29 tournament later this month.