Today's News

  • South Rotary gives annual donation to schools
  • OC helps police cram crusiers
  • Twain to join Living Treasures reception

    Through his characters and stories, Mark Twain single-handedly put American literature on the map. Twain, born as Samuel Langhorne Clemens in 1835 in Florida, Missouri, is best known for two of his classic literary works: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. He was a powerful observer of human nature and great humorist, which showed in his writings. Twain was lauded as the “greatest American humorist of his age,” and called “the father of American literature” by William Faulkner.

  • History Center honors Griffith

    Famed movie maker D.W. Griffith will turn 140 years old on Jan. 22. To honor this native Oldham Countian, the Oldham County History Center will be showing D.W. Griffith movies and have free cake at the Peyton Samuel Head Family Museum on Saturday, Jan. 24 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

  • Exploring New Year’s traditions

    New Year’s is celebrated in America in different ways, usually with lots of friends, parties, confetti, party horns and staying up late to ring in the New Year. Visit the Oldham County History Center’s Peyton Samuel Head Family Museum and explore some New Year traditions celebrated around the world. This exhibit is geared toward children in a year-long effort to educate them about different cultures and the county in which they live.

  • South Oldham Interchurch Council receives holiday donation
  • Coach Bob Classic Finals: North rallies past South for title

    CRESTWOOD – Rob Burton spent Sunday night preaching patience to his North Oldham team.

    The Mustangs trailed throughout most of their matchup with South Oldham in the championship game of the Dragons’ Coach Bob Classic. South had controlled the game by shooting the ball well and keeping North’s offense in check.

    But Burton reasoned that eventually the Dragons would miss a few shots and that his team would start hitting its own.

  • Coach Bob Classic Semifinals: South offense clicks in win over Bourbon

    CRESTWOOD – Trent Bouvet staked South Oldham to an early lead Saturday night and Grant Williams helped the Dragons hold it.

    Bouvet and Williams combined to score 45 points as South beat Bourbon County 85-76 in the semifinals of the Coach Bob Classic.

  • Coach Bob Classic Semifinals: Mustangs take care of Gallatin

    CRESTWOOD – North Oldham earned an advantage on the backboards Saturday and, in turn, earned a victory on the scoreboard.

    The Mustangs out-rebounded Gallatin County 43-20 and beat the Wildcats 67-56 in the semifinals of South Oldham’s Coach Bob Classic.

    North will meet South at 8 p.m. Sunday night in the championship game. The Dragons beat Bourbon County 85-76 in the other semifinal.

    The Mustangs (7-5) have now won seven of their last eight games after starting the season 0-4.

  • Club donates toys, time

    The members of Do Something Good Club teamed up with the National Honor Society and Beta Club at North Oldham High School to help local business KaZoing! fulfill its annual donation event. The three groups combined to collect 165 toys, in addition to those already collected, to give out to foster children during a day of play at the business. KaZoing! owner Karri Gerdemann said she thanked the “amazing young people” for their help.