Today's News

  • BASEBALL: Colonels offense sputters in Derby City Classic

    LOUISVILLE – Oldham County is looking for consistency in more ways than one. The Colonels offense has recently failed to generate hits that produce runs. Rhythm and timing is everything, and the Colonels haven’t had many opportunities to pat down its offense consistently due to the lack of live pitches from inclement weather moving games around.

  • South Oldham Saver: Dragons' Field serves as resource for area teams in wet weather

    In over 25 years as South Oldham’s athletic director, Mitchell Irvin has never seen a season like this.

  • BASEBALL: Undefeated Mustangs nitpicking small ball to avoid complacency

    GOSHEN – North Oldham has started the season with a perfect record, but record doesn’t necessarily speak for play.

  • ROUNDING THE BASES: Collins softball rattles North Oldham 9-2

     GOSHEN - When Melissa Martineson blasted a two-run homer over the center field wall in the first inning, the mojo seemed to belong to North Oldham for the evening.

    Then the Lady Mustangs watched it slip away inning by inning.

    Shelbi Poehlein hit two home runs and Paige Oldham threw a complete game to lead Collins to a 9-2 win over North Oldham Wednesday.

  • North Oldham signings
  • LACROSSE: Oldham County's Coile signs with Asbury


  • Education briefs

    From Goshen to China

    St. Francis School’s Goshen campus middle school will be participating in an intensive study abroad program to China in the coming weeks.

    The Spring Intensive Language Program provides an intensive language learning environment for motivated, Mandarin Chinese language students. The students will be studying Chinese intensively over eight days for nine hours per day of classroom instruction from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m., then from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Prospect Chamber seeks nominations

    The Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the “Strong Woman Leader Award” to be presented at the 5th Annual “Strong Leadership Strong Women” event.  

    This year’s award will be presented on Friday, May 22,  at the event held at Hunting Creek Country Club.  
    Previous winners have included Dawne Gee, Laura Johnson and Terry Chambers – all who have contributed to the Prospect area community through their dedication, leadership and volunteerism.

  • Engagement announcement

    Mr. Joe Cefaratti and Mrs. Cindy Cefaratti, of Crestwood, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Bryjanna Cefaratti, to Cooper Harbert.

    Bryjanna is a 2008 graduate of South Oldham High School, and a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University where she received her B.M. in music industry studies. She is an IT and production assistant at Osborn Engineering Company. She is a resident of Cleveland, Ohio, where she and Harbert currently live.

  • Community briefs

    Heroes and Horses

    A fundraiser to support the construction of the Veterans Memorial Park will be hosted by Heroes and Horses at Churchill Downs on May 14. Events include the Veterans Memorial Classic race and silent auction. Medal of Honor recipients Dakota Meyer, Ernie West, and Hershel “Woody” Williams will be attending and VIP seating with a hero is available. Also in attendance will be Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner and former Miss America, Heather French Henry.