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About 16 years ago, as he began thinking about retiring from his job as an education counselor at Fort Knox, Joseph Chathaparampil began learning tai chi.
A couple weeks ago, we were afforded the opportunity to see what is known as a supermoon.
Dan Robbins feels “divine intervention” brought him to his role as principal at Hardin County Schools’ Early College and Career Center.
Hurt is universal. Humanity has been born for troubles as sure as sparks fly upward. There is plenty of pain for everyone on the planet.
Through teaching language arts, Kevin Kolander also shows his students how to be active in the community.
For most, it’s nothing more than that big building you pass when you drive through Elizabethtown’s downtown rebirth.
Sometimes 69-year-old Charlie Butler is in the driver’s seat and sometimes he’s a passenger.
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.
As Communicare treatment court supervisor, Stephen Hill works in a field fraught with stigmas and misconceptions.
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