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Elizabethtown native Adam Campbell has a hefty job taking care of some large animals — very large animals.
Campbell works with Mikki and Punch, elephants at The Louisville Zoo.
In 2004, he saw that the zoo was hiring seasonal help. At that time, he was a wildlife student and sent an email detailing his desire to work with animals.
At 85, Isaac Masden has embarked on a new career selling mobile homes.
Masden, who opened Masden Mobile Home Park in Radcliff in 1967, received his license to sell in the spring.
“He just wanted something new,” said Joy Masden, his second wife.
Col. Yong Cho serves God and country through his Radcliff church and as the state chaplain for the Kentucky National Guard.
Stringed instruments ranging from bass guitars to a tipple have found their way into the hands of Thomas Pike of Vine Grove.
Elizabethtown native Drew Ingram has a passion for film that prompts his efforts to bring the film industry to Kentucky.
His day job is with an addiction treatment facility called Stepworks Recovery Centers that has an office in Elizabethtown so he comes back to his hometown on a regular basis.
A FEW SPECS ON JEFF RIVERA:
City of birth: Chester, Calif.
Favorite music: Rock
Favorite TV shows: Discovery Channel, science programming and hunting shows
Favorite movies: Action
Tom Lirot’s work as a CPA may seem like it’s all about numbers but it’s really more about faith, family and the people.
Bob Hack is a cancer survivor whose goal is to help give hope to others walking the same path.
At 74, Hack is an ambassador for the American Cancer Society and has served as Relay for Life sponsorship chairman for six years.
His first round of cancer was in 1987 in the form of stomach cancer later diagnosed as Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Do you really ever know what your day is going to be like when you wake up?
Some mornings I may hear a song on Pandora and it sets the day in the right direction, or maybe someone nearly crashes into me on Dixie Avenue and that turns into the path for the day.
A foot-tall cockroach statuette stands on Shawn Rich’s desk in his office at E-Town Exterminating, offering business cards to visitors.
Throughout Rich’s office are many other oversized insects, replicas of real pests that Rich deals with in his line of work.
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