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When Terry Jackson was attending Western Kentucky University pursuing a degree in sociology, he had his eye on a career as a parole officer.
Bill Schaffrick started his career in Connecticut and moved to Elizabethtown in the 1960s to pursue varied business ventures.
Jacob Geer of Rineyville is an acorn that hasn’t fallen far from the tree.
Geer, 38, said his parents raised him to be involved in the community as they were.
Have you ever been between a rock and a hard place? You know those places where the pains so great everything inside you just wants to quit.
When Joe Yates volunteers to do something, he’s in it for the long haul.
Brian Dennis, owner of Awards Center in Elizabethtown, often is privy to some special information.
It was a Friday when the phone rang. The words on the other end of the phone line paralyzing.
“Mom died overnight!”
While he may not look it, Wayne Hayes turned 95 this month.
He’s not only had decades of good health but also shared stories through the years with his morning coffee crew.
To judge or not to judge is a question all eventually will confront.
At 67, Gary Richardson has stepped away from the mic, but not the message.
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