Today's News

  • 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.

  • Softball: North routes Bullitt Central

    A sophomore and junior stole the attention on North Oldham softball’s senior night in the Lady Mustangs’ 11-1 victory over Bullitt Central Tuesday May 15 in Goshen.

  • Boys Lacrosse: South advances to state semi-finals

    For the third straight year, South Oldham boys lacrosse has a place in the state semi-finals.

    The Dragons defeated Eastern 15-5 Monday May 14 in Crestwood for a quarterfinal victory in the state tournament. Peyton Stallard had four goals. John Downing finished with two goals and four assists. Grant Prince scored three goals while Ben King added two for South Oldham. 

  • Baseball: North outlasts Fern Creek

    In a matchup between two teams with the best records in their respective regions, North Oldham baseball defeated Fern Creek 5-3 Saturday May 12, but it took five extra innings to decide it.

  • Softball: Eastern tops South

    Eastern (Louisville) softball defeated South Oldham 7-2 Friday May 11 in Crestwood.

    Anna Taylor went 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Mikayla Benson went 3-for-4 with a double. Hailee Bates pitched seven innings, allowing seven runs on 12 hits while striking out six.

    After throwing a no-hitter earlier in the week, Bates retired the first six batters she faced against Eastern.

  • Self-inflicted death at Openrange

    A woman died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at Openrange earlier today, according to Oldham County Police.  

    A sign posted at the facility around 5 p.m. said, “Openrange is temporarily closed. We will let you know when we will be back open.” The range is typically open until 8 p.m. on Fridays.

  • North tennis wins regionals

    North Oldham boys and girls tennis won the Eighth Region title hosted at Franklin County Wednesday May 9. South Oldham boys and girls finished as regional runner-up.

    Regional winners, runners up and semi-finalists advance to the KHSAA state championship beginning May 17 in Lexington. 

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