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Today's News

  • Opioid training

    In 2016, 37 Oldham County residents overdosed on heroin – over twice the amount as the year before. 

    That same year, 11 local individuals died of an overdose. 

  • Students facing consequences for walking out

     Hundreds of Oldham County students participated in the national school walkout to honor the victims of deadly school shootings and advocate for gun control.

  • Girls Lacrosse: Oldham County slows CAL

    Challenged to start aggressively, the Lady Colonels delivered.

    Oldham County girls lacrosse picked up its first win of the season with an 8-5 victory of Christian Academy of Louisville Tuesday March 13 in Middletown. After several slow starts in the first half of games in 2018, Lady Colonel coach Jimmy Conklin wanted a quick start

  • Colonel basketball prepares for state tournament

    This year was the year for the Colonels. Oldham County boys basketball coach Coy Zerhusen said this year’s team “had a way about them” different from previous groups.

    The Colonels will be making their first appearance in the KHSAA Sweet Sixteen state tournament since 2012, Thursday March 15 at 6:30 p.m. against McCracken County.

  • Students plan to participate in national school walkout

    Some students in Oldham County will be participating in the national school walkout tomorrow morning, despite Oldham County Schools asking them to participate in alternative activities. 

  • Colonels at the Sweet Sixteen

    Oldham County boys basketball and McCracken County are scheduled to play in the first round of the KHSAA Sweet Sixteen state tournament at Rupp Arena in Lexington Thursday March 15 at 6:30 p.m.

    Where:

    Rupp Arena, 430 W Vine St, Lexington, KY 40507.

    Rupp Arena has hosted the state tournament every year since 1995. 

  • Expectations understood for Colonels

    Overview

    Seven starters return for Oldham County coach Levi Bristow. In his second year, Bristow said there has been less of a learning curve as the team prepares for the season.

    “The guys have expectations and an understanding of what goes on,” Bristow said.

  • Offense will still lead Lady Colonels

    Overview

    A year after breaking the state record in runs scored in a single season, Oldham County coach Steve Leanhart expects the same thing this year. The Lady Colonels will be more aggressive on the base paths due to more speed and still possess a potent lineup.

    Last season

  • Finishing games key for Lady Mustangs

    Overview

    This season will be the first time in coach Ray Bernhagen’s five-year tenure that North Oldham softball will be able to start a lineup without a middle schooler. That doesn’t mean the Lady Mustangs won’t, they have five seventh or eighth graders on the roster, but a young team from a year ago is a year older.

  • Mustangs bring back veteran group

    Overview

    With only four seniors on the roster, North Oldham baseball coach Zach Ivester expects contributions from a variety of players this season.

    “It feels like a collective unit,” Ivester said.

    Last season