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Today's News

  • Oldham Hockey seizes opportunity

    Oldham County hockey had an opportunity and took advantage of it.

    A club team comprised of student-athletes from North Oldham, South Oldham, Oldham County and other schools in the surrounding area won the state championship and reached the quarterfinals of the national tournament in March.

  • Oldham County Schools plans to be in session Friday

     Oldham County Schools is planning on having school in session this Friday.

    Several other districts across the state, including Bullitt, Trimble, Scott, Christian and Gallatin counties have closed Friday, because of the vast amount of teachers calling in or to allow teachers to travel to Frankfort to protest the pension bill. 

  • Softball: Oldham blasts Henry

    Oldham County hasn’t yet found the right lineup, Lady Colonel coach Steve Leanhart said, but opponents might not agree. Oldham County used a seven-run third inning and eight-run fourth inning to cruise past Henry County 18-4 Tuesday April 10 in Buckner.

  • Baseball: North edges and Oldham

    Things went according to plan as North Oldham baseball walked away with its first District 29 victory of the season. The Mustangs defeated Oldham County 5-2 Monday April 9 in Buckner as three different pitchers, Tristan Kellogg, Chris Jackel and Nick Rose held the host Colonels to two hits and two runs.

  • Baseball: Jeffersonville downs South

    Jeffersonville (Ind.) baseball defeated South Oldham 12-1 Friday April 6 in Crestwood.

    Matthew Roy pitched five innings, allowing six hits and six runs while striking out three and walking four. Brandon Elsbury went 1 for 3 with a run and stolen base. Keaton Martin went 2 for 3 with a double and RBI.  

    Rough start

  • Judge dismisses extension tax lawsuit

     An Oldham County Judge has dismissed a lengthy lawsuit that challenged an Oldham County Cooperative Extension Service tax.

  • Breakout performers from winter sports

    Some student-athletes were surprises, others were a little more expected. Here are some breakout performers from this winter season of sports.

    North Oldham

  • Baseball: St. X downs South Oldham

    Errors and runners left on base doomed South Oldham baseball as St. Xavier (Louisville) defeated the Dragons 7-3.

    Brennan LaBarbera threw four innings, allowing three hits, six runs (one earned) while striking out one and walking six. Lincoln Price pitched the final two innings, allowing three hits and one run. 

  • The last pitch

     The last horseshoe was thrown inside the former PT Bourke’s Woodwork in Pewee Valley March 31.

    For around 50 years, several retirees have pitched horseshoes in Crestwood on Tuesdays and Fridays.

  • Learn how to pipe and drum at Arts Center

     Marleen Bailie teaches the only bagpipes class in Oldham County.
    Since September, residents ages 11 to adults have had the opportunity to learn one of the more rarer instruments from Bailie at the Oldham County Arts Center.