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Moving from international missions to a community-centered ministry, Laura Dickinson relocated from sunny California to Kentucky to head Clarity Solutions for Women.
A local basketball star has taken her talents off the court and into the art world.
When she first began working at Hardin Memorial Hospital as a teenager in 1975, Carolyn Johnson Clark was a TV hostess.
At 11 years old, Fallon Marie Kassinger has spent more than half her life singing and playing music.
Combining her love of running with her heart for special-needs families, Pam Serpico finds ways to give back through her favorite sport.
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.
Times have changed and Sgt. 1st Class Shannon Wyatt wants minds to change as well.
When Joe Yates volunteers to do something, he’s in it for the long haul.
Like the various components of a painting that form a whole, Elizabethtown artist Brad McLean is the result of a varied life.
Martha Baughman spent a career teaching and now volunteers her time helping people in a hospital emergency room.
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