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As a self-described military brat, Central Hardin High School graduate Teeya Barnes moved around a bit growing up and the military connection influenced her career choice.
I have my right hand back. And it’s glorious. And somehow achy and exposed.
Demisha Woodson is a U.S. Navy veteran now dropping rhymes, pursuing her hip-hop dreams.
Batman may have his Batmobile, but Lisa Waldeck-Huffer of Elizabethtown has a bookmobile filled with more adventures than the caped crusader could dream of having.
Although she reached her one-year anniversary as disaster program specialist for the American Red Cross chapter, Laurie Jaggers did not take on the role without plenty of experience.
Leigh Ann Pierce’s life hits all the right notes when she shares her love of music with others.
In May, Kelly Barron will have been with the Radcliff-Fort Knox Tourism Commission for 20 years.
As a physical therapist assistant and a yoga instructor, Elizabeth McNeil’s mission in life is to help people stay healthy.
Aurora Selbe sat in the cafeteria of New Highland Elementary School in Elizabethtown, listening to students read and discuss a book.
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