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This is a column I thought I would never, ever write: I love our dog.
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.
Military and community service have highlighted Alan Winkenhofer’s life and he feels he’s being pulled to yet another area of service.
Have you ever attempted to fix a problem and before you’re finished, the situation is actually worse than when you began?
Russell Tucker of Cecilia spends his work days at the Hardin County Justice Center and his weekends smoking barbecue.
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.
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.
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