Today's News

  • Trimble boys basketball outlasts North

    Trimble County boys basketball earned its first district win since 2014 with a 74-72 victory over North Oldham Wednesday, Dec. 12 in Goshen. The visiting Raiders held off a feverish comeback in the final minutes for the win. 

  • Public Records - Dec. 13, 2018

    La Grange Police

    Paul E. Corral, 49 of La Grange – arrested Nov. 27 for an Oldham County warrant of one charge

    Corey R. Steinbach, 25 of La Grange - cited and released Nov. 28 for no registration plates, no registration receipt, failure to produce insurance card, failure to maintain required insurance and operating on a suspended license

  • Watching for patriotism in World War I

    By Stuart W. Sanders

    For good or for ill, some Americans like to monitor fellow citizens’ patriotism.

    They hold those who have diverged from their patriotic ideals to public account. That’s one reason why protests during the National Anthem evoke such great passion in many people.

  • How to be vulnerable

    In my work, some 30 years at hospice, you learn to be vulnerable to all that life and death brings your way. The perception that vulnerability is weakness is the most widely accepted myth about vulnerability and the most dangerous.

  • We’re all adopted children of God

    We adopted our fourth child from China. It took us about two years to jump all the hurdles, but when we got her referral picture in the mail it was all worth it. Our whole family went to get her in China. When the day finally arrived when we would meet her, we were excited and anxious.

  • Colonel basketball falls to Grant County

    Aaron Hurley went the length of the court in four seconds and hit a game-winning 3-pointer to hand Oldham County boys basketball its first loss of the season.

    Grant County rallied from a seven-point fourth quarter deficit to defeat Oldham County 66-63 Tuesday, Dec. 11 in Buckner. 

  • Lady Mustang basketball wins third straight

    After dropping its first three games of the season, North Oldham girls basketball won its third straight with a 73-24 victory over Doss Tuesday, Dec. 11 in Goshen.

    Riley Neal scored a team-high 15 points along with six rebounds. Sophie Hale had 14 points while Kylie Vize finished with 13. Sarah Fiorito added 11 points and four assists.

  • OC Style: Festive Styles

    “Don We now our gay apparel, Fa La La, Fa, La, La, La La La!”

  • Man pleads guilty to 2014 Goshen murder

    Four years after an Oldham County High School graduate’s body was found in a driveway in Oldham County, an Indiana man pleaded guilty to the murder.

    Miles Matthews of Corydon, Indiana accepted a plea deal in exchange for a 45-year sentence in Oldham County Circuit Court Dec. 11.

  • Lady Dragon basketball tops Eminence

    South Oldham girls basketball became 5-1 for the first time since 2011 with a 73-42 victory over Eminence in Crestwood Monday, Dec. 10. The Lady Dragons never trailed and went on a decisive 18-2 run in the third quarter to remain undefeated at home this season.