Today's News

  • Volleyball: Eastern tops Lady Dragons

     South Oldham volleyball couldn’t extend its winning streak to seven as Eastern defeated the Lady Dragons in four sets (15-25, 25-15, 25-10, 27-25) Tuesday Aug. 28 in Crestwood.

  • South Oldham honors Cy Tucker

    The best part of the night wasn’t when South Oldham named Dragon Stadium’s field after him, to Cy Tucker, a man that’s won seven state championships and 390 games as South Oldham’s girls soccer coach, the best part to him was being able to see the dozens of former players that celebrated with him Monday Aug. 27 in Crestwood.

  • South football crushes Doss

    South Oldham football may have missed some opportunities against Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL) in the season opener, but the Dragons didn’t miss any chances to make plays against Doss.

  • Lady Dragon field hockey wins Apple Tournament

    South Oldham field hockey won Sacred Heart’s Apple Tournament B-Division title for the second straight year. The Lady Dragons defeated Louisville Male 3-1 Friday Aug. 24 to win the tournament and started 6-0 for the second straight season.

  • Girls Soccer: Lady Mustangs top Scott County

    An hour-and-a-half postponement and 45-minute inclement weather delay couldn’t stop North Oldham girls soccer from defeating Scott County 3-1 Saturday Aug. 25 in Goshen. Kearsten Miller scored three goals as North Oldham never trailed.

  • Boys Soccer: Mustangs outlast Carroll County

    North Oldham boys soccer wants to build a more cohesive offensive attack to finish off teams earlier in games.

    The Mustangs defeated Carroll County 2-1 Saturday Aug. 25 in Goshen for their fourth win in their first five games. Jack Frazee and Samuel Murphy each scored a goal for North Oldham.

  • Colonels football tops Mustangs

    Once again, defense and a ground game carried Oldham County football to a victory.

    The Colonels extended their winning streak to three games over rival North Oldham with a 31-0 victory Friday Aug. 24 in Goshen. The Colonels are 2-0 for the first time since 2005 after rushing for 349 yards and notching their second straight shutout to begin the season.

  • Multiple fatalities in Interstate 71 wreck, according to officials

      Emergency officials are at the scene of a multi-vehicle accident on Interstate 71 near the Crestwood exit.

  • Reflective listening

    Few people will argue that relationships are more important in our lives than working and making money. Yet people tend to talk a lot more about how important their relationships are than actually working on them. That is surely because many people find it a lot easier to make money than to have healthy relationships.

  • Public Records- Aug. 23, 2018

    La Grange police

    Amanda J. Olds, 25 of Versailles - cited and released Aug. 7 for speeding, operating on a suspended license and failure to surrender revoked license

    Seth A. Wilson, 30 of Warsaw – arrested Aug. 7 for an Ohio fugitive warrant of two charges