Today's News

  • OC, Sacred Heart meet in semis

    There are two undefeated girls soccer teams in Kentucky, but that will change after Thursday night.

    Oldham County (23-0-1) meets Sacred Heart (22-0-3) at 6 p.m. at Dunbar High School in Lexington in the state semifinals. The winner will advance to Saturday night’s state championship game to meet the winner of Tates Creek and Notre Dame.

    OC coach Dan Schulz said his team is nice and relaxed heading into the Thursday’s showdown with the Valkyries.

  • County well represented at state XC meet

    Once again the county will have a collection of competitors in this Saturday’s state cross country championships at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

       First up at 11:30 a.m. will be North Oldham’s boys competing in the Class 2A meet. The Mustangs advanced to the state meet after blowing away their opponents with a team score of 22 Saturday at River Road in Louisville in the Class 2A, Region 3 meet.

  • Lady Colonels excited for state

       Oldham County’s volleyball team has gained some recognition around the hallways at OC.

       “Throughout school people come up to you like, ‘Wow, you guys beat North,’” team member Danielle McCarson said. “That’s an awesome feeling.”

       The Lady Colonels indeed took down the Mustangs, 3-1, Oct. 31 in Independence to clinch the team’s first Region 8 title since 2009.

  • M.S. Pumpkin Derby


  • Public Records

    KSP Arrests

    10/30/13 - Fred O. Wallace Jr, 46, Crestwood - DUI 2nd; No seatbelt; Failure to maintain required insurance; Reckless driving

    11/2/13 - Jonathan R. Page, 32, Henderson, KY - Theft of Identity of another without consent; Theft by unlawful taking           

    La Grange Police Arrests

  • KSP Checkpoints

    The Kentucky State Police will be conducting traffic safety checkpoints in the counties of Oldham, Trimble, Henry, Owen, Carroll and Gallatin during the period of Nov. 11 – Nov. 25, 2013.

    The intent of a traffic safety checkpoint is to provide for high visibility public safety service, focusing on vehicular equipment deficiencies, confirming appropriate registration of vehicles and the licensing of drivers. 

    Violations of law or other public safety issues that arise shall be addressed in accordance with Kentucky traffic and regulatory laws.

  • Recent Ribbon Cutting Ceremony


  • Pewee ready for cell tower fight

    The City of Pewee Valley is gearing up for a fight against a familiar opponent.

    At their monthly meeting Monday night, council members learned of a plan to construct a cellular tower behind the Salem Assembly of God, a church at 209 La Grange Road.  Although no formal application has been filed with planning and zoning for the construction of the cell tower, the intent to do so has been declared. It is the same scenario at the same location council members successfully opposed 12 years ago.

  • Smells good enough to eat

    While my best friend was designing her “signature scent” in a fancy parfumerie in Covent Garden, I was next door at the cookie shop, deciding between Double Chocolate Chunk and Raspberry Macadamia.  Actually, I knew I would choose Double Chocolate Chunk, but I took my time because designing a signature scent takes forever. 

    Finally, she emerged smelling nearly as delicious as the cookie I was wolfing down.  Holding up a small vial, she explained, “They store the formula, so, I can purchase more in the future!” 

  • OC's Nuernberger ready for life as Buckeye kicker

    Pressure comes as part of the job when you’re a football kicker.

       And for Oldham County’s Sean Nuernberger, there was plenty of pressure in just securing the job he hopes is his for the next four years.

       This summer Nuernberger was one of several highly touted high schoolers from across the nation to travel to Columbus, Ohio for what amounted to an open tryout to become Ohio State’s next kicker.