Today's News

  • North Oldham survives double overtime thriller to improve to 3-0

     North Oldham got a test for the second week in a row, traveling to Christian Academy of Louisville for a showdown with the Centurions. After playing to a 7-7 stalemate in regulation, the teams needed two overtimes to settle the score before North finally pulled away 17-14 on a game-winning 24 yard field goal from Caleb Kellogg.

  • Oldham County falls 28-14 to Collins

     A tough week for the Oldham County Colonels got a little tougher Friday night as a 28-14 loss to Collins extended theirn losing streak to two games.

  • South Oldham knocks out North Bullitt 26-6

     A week after falling 27-0 to Meade County, the South Oldham Dragons reponded in a big way Friday night, knocking off host North Bullitt 26-6 in a game that wasn't as close as the score suggests.

    The Eagles struck first on their opening drive as Travis Downing plunged in from four yards out with eight minutes to play in the first quarter but from then on, it was all South Oldham as they would score 19 unanswered points.

  • North Oldham continues unbeaten run in boys' golf with win over Trinity.

    The North Oldham varsity and jv boys' golf squads took to the courses at Nevel Meade and Long Run Park on Thursday, posting victories against Trinity High School in dual matches. The teams remain undefeated in match play this year.



    Here are the results:



    NORTH OLDHAM 158[+14]

    Trinity HS 166[+22]

  • Crestwood business is blanketed in tradition

    Six months before Valentine’s Day, the staff of Minish & Potts Florist in Crestwood is up to their noses in roses.

    Since mid-August, they’ve snipped and glued more than 13,500 roses and carnations for garlands they create for the World’s Championship Horse Show at Freedom Hall during the Kentucky State Fair. 

  • North Oldham boys' soccer team falls to Manual 1-0

     Missing six players due to injury or suspension, the North Oldham Mustangs struggled in their game against Manual on Aug, 28. The defense played admirably, allowing only one goal, but the goals just wouldn't come for North as they fell 1-0.  


    On Saturday morning, nearly 3,000 athletes began the annual Ironman triathlon by wading into the murky waters of the Ohio River. 

    Over the course of the next 17 hours and 140 miles, several of Oldham County’s own finished. 

  • Local schools take to the road in week 3

    With week two in the books, the three local schools will turn to the road this week looking for wins.

    After a tough weekend in which only North Oldham emerged unbeaten, South Oldham and Oldham County look to rebound.

  • Ironman Diaries: A time to reflect

    The Era has chronicled training for Ironman Louisville through first-person accounts from local participants. Dannielle Hadaway is a 44-year-old personal trainer and mother and competed in her first Ironman Aug. 26.


    Over the last six months I swam 182,000 yards, cycled 3,251 miles and ran 581 miles to prepare for the Ironman triathlon on Aug. 26. 

    Despite my hard training I was not prepared for what happened to me on race day.

  • South Oldham edges Oldham County in boys' soccer thriller

    With three players returning from injury, South Oldham looked like a totally different team in their first visit to Buckner this season, blitzing the host Colonels 3-2 in a physical game.

    That bolstered depth certainly helped.