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Capt. Jeff Medley has returned to the post where he began his career with Kentucky State Police in 1995.
When there’s a fire or other emergency, some people head toward the danger to help others.
It has been a while since Ronnie Booker picked up a chainsaw to work on his farm, but he still handles an axe.
During an interview a few weeks ago, I saw a poster encouraging, among other behaviors, doing good, being successful, being honest and helping others despite how some might react.
Have you ever attempted to fix a problem and before you’re finished, the situation is actually worse than when you began?
Before you read what I have written below, you should know this: I have stared at a blank screen for about 10 minutes, maybe 11.
When Terry Jackson was attending Western Kentucky University pursuing a degree in sociology, he had his eye on a career as a parole officer.
It was a Friday when the phone rang. The words on the other end of the phone line paralyzing.
“Mom died overnight!”
To judge or not to judge is a question all eventually will confront.
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