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Today's News

  • Uncertain of God’s goodness?

    This story has been around for many decades and was a favorite of “Dear Abby.” It is really more of a parable that makes us pause and consider things like what is important to us, how grateful are we and do we notice all our blessings?

  • Dragon football prepares for postseason

    A preseason filled with question marks and a roster light on experience didn’t prevent South Oldham football from finishing the regular season 9-1 for the third straight year.

    The Dragons defeated Shelby County 27-0 Friday, Oct. 26 in Shelbyville for their ninth straight win and second shut out of the season.

  • Runners qualify for state meet

    Every boys and girls cross country team from Oldham County qualified for the state championship after competing in regional runs Saturday Oct. 27. The state meet is schedule for Saturday Nov. 3 at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

    Class 3-A Region 4

    Seneca Park

    Girls

  • 78-year-old dies in fatal accident

    A 78-year-old woman died in a fatal accident on Interstate 71 Oct. 27.

    Oldham County Police said the vehicle lost control, before hitting several trees and flipping over in the median on I-71 south near mile marker 19.

    Police were dispatched to the single-vehicle accident around 8:15 a.m. on Saturday morning.

  • Colonel football romps J'town

    In an ideal offense, Lucas Jones and Juan Tapia share a balanced work load for Oldham County football. The two running backs combined for 227 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Colonels rushing attack to 336 yards in a 42-6 victory over Jeffersontown (J’town) Friday, Oct. 26 in Louisville.

  • Sauerbeck Family Drive-In plans to reopen soon

     The show must go on.

    The Sauerbeck Family Drive-In announced on Facebook today that they plan to reopen soon. 

    The family owned drive-in opened on Commerce Parkway Aug. 10. 

    On Sept. 5, the screen collapsed, forcing the theater to close less than a month after opening.

  • North volleyball falls at state

    St. Henry volleyball defeated North Oldham in straight sets (25-11, 25-15, 25-18) in the first round of the KHSAA state tournament Friday, Oct. 26 at Valley High School. St. Henry will play McCracken County in the quarterfinals of the state tournament at 11:30 a.m. Saturday Oct. 26.

  • OC Style: Breeders' Cup

    Anticipate a winning day

  • Head sisters sign with KCU

    Alexis and Sophia Head will continue to play together.

    The twin sisters signed to play basketball at Kentucky Christian University Friday Oct. 12. Alexis and Sophia wanted to continue their careers collegiately, but were in search for a school that would take them both.

  • North Oldham volleyball set for state

    There is plenty of familiarity for North Oldham volleyball as it prepares for its fifth straight state tournament. The Lady Mustangs play St. Henry in the first round of the KHSAA state tournament Oct. 26 at 11 a.m. hosted by Valley High School in Louisville.