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With the potential for weather turning stormy as spring approaches, being prepared for a disaster is something families should be ready for.
Though an old saying cautions you can’t judge a book by its cover, Radcliff resident Makayla Babcock is letting others judge them another way.
Melissa Miller has been part of farming all her life, including sleeping in a milking parlor as a child while her parents milked cows early in the morning.
In a way, Grant Stephens has come full circle.
As a child, Stephens experienced health issues that affected his hearing and was considered hearing impaired.
Theater is alive and well at the Hardin County Playhouse with the six-play 2017-18 season set.
Kathy Thompson has found creativity a common variable in many aspects of her life.
A Sunday afternoon drive for a milkshake brought David Painter to Stephensburg. Before long, he became a key figure in the community.
For Shelly Haun, there was no question of what she would do for her career. In second grade, she taught a classroom of stuffed animals in her Vine Grove home.
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