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Behind Steven Fuller’s Vine Grove home, orange flames in a homemade coal forge licked at the frozen March morning air.
Once a hobby, hair styling and design have become an award-winning, 18-year career for David Hudson.
Almost two weeks and 113 years ago, Theodor Seuss Geisel was born.
Like many others, I know him best as Dr. Seuss.
In a way, Grant Stephens has come full circle.
As a child, Stephens experienced health issues that affected his hearing and was considered hearing impaired.
A Sunday afternoon drive for a milkshake brought David Painter to Stephensburg. Before long, he became a key figure in the community.
An old joke relates the story of a pedestrian on a New York City street who asks a musician getting out of a cab, “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?”
Tax time can be a taxing time for many, but for more than 10 years, Angelo Landi has helped ease the burden by providing volunteer assistance.
Growing up on a farm, Dr. Lonnie Douglas Jr. never thought he one day would be hobnobbing with professional athletes in his chosen field.
Frequently, Jason Neagle is surrounded by robots, but there is nothing robotic about his approach when coaching three VEX robotics high school teams.
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