Today's News

  • Class 2-A state meet results

    North Oldham competed in the KHSAA track and field Class 2-A state championship meet Saturday May 20 in Lexington. The Mustangs were forced to bear an unusual meet schedule due to inclement weather. The first four events took place Friday May 19 before lighting and heavy rain forced the meet to be completed the following day.


  • Class 3-A state meet results

    The KHSAA track and field 3-A state championship meet was hosted in Lexington Saturday May 19. 


    Oldham County finished 14th of the 43 teams that had runners place with 17.5 points.

    100 meter dash- Oldham County’s Haedin Goldsmith placed 15th with a time of 12.92.

  • Colonels place at state meet

    Several runners from Oldham County placed in the KHSAA track and field 3-A state championship meet Saturday May 19.

    Jacob Brizendine finished sixth in the 3,200 meter run. Hannah Henage and Savannah Cagle placed seventh and eighth, respectively, in the girls race.

    Josie Despain tied for third in the high jump event.

  • North wins four state championships

    North Oldham track and field won four individual state championships and placed in 13 other events in the Class 2-A state championship in Lexington Saturday May 19. 

    Connor Newhouse set a new school record as he won the 100 meter dash with a time of 10.74. The junior also won the 200 meter dash in 21.86. 

  • Skylight fire station will be staffed again

     When Donna Claggett at Skylight Grocery had a fire at her store last year, she said it took the North Oldham Fire Department (NOFD) 12 to 13 minutes to respond.

    That’s when she realized that the fire department’s Skylight station – the station nearest her – wasn’t staffed.

  • Letters to the editor - May 17, 2018

    Letters in response to Mike DiGiuro’s May 10 column




    Constable response 

  • MY OLDHAM HOME: A Goshen ranch hideaway

     Sit back, relax and listen to the water flow by at this ranch.
    Kim and Ed Valentine have lived in their Goshen home on Axton Lane for exactly eight years, but will be relocating from their peaceful property soon.

  • Goshen man killed on Hwy. 42

     A Goshen man was hit and killed by a vehicle on Highway 42 while he was jogging early Sunday morning. 

  • Boys Lacrosse: South falls in state semi-finals

    After reaching the state semi-finals for the third straight year, South Oldham boys lacrosse fell in the round of four to a Louisville private school power for the third year in a row.

    Trinity (Louisville) defeated South Oldham 14-3 in the state semi-finals hosted at St. Xavier (Louisville) Wednesday May 16.

  • Baseball: South rolls Butler

    Runs weren't hard to come by for South Oldham baseball as the Dragons defeated Butler 15-2 in five innings Wednesday May 16 in Crestwood. Along with nine hits, South Oldham benefited from seven walks issued by Butler pitchers.