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David Jenkins of Elizabethtown happened into the fire service by accident.
“I knew a fire truck was red and that was about it,” he said.
With Halloween a week away, it’s natural to think about ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night.
But — politics aside — what really scares us?
As Communicare treatment court supervisor, Stephen Hill works in a field fraught with stigmas and misconceptions.
Evil is everywhere. It’s become pervasive. You need only look as far as the evening newscast to realize the never- ending degree of chaos our society is reaching.
Bobby Jack Murphy grew up in Marion County and fell in love with radio there. He knew from age 10 it’s what he wanted to do.
The dog ate my homework.
OK. That’s not true.
It wasn’t my homework. It was my feature story.
And it wasn’t a dog. It was my computer.
If music is a means of communication, Kevin Shank and Andrew Rhinehart are fluent in the language and have been speaking Spanish lately.
How are things up there? I have read and I’ve heard it’s perfect where you’re at: no pain, no fear and no social media.
Keith Rogers’ roots in farming have produced a career promoting farm issues and policies.
For some 30 years, Doug Cantrell has taught history at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. Lately, Cantrell has been involved in efforts to preserve history too.
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