Shannon Durrett wants his children to learn as much as they can about assembling vehicles and fixing things themselves.
“I was given a whole lot of opportunities when I was way younger,” Durrett said. “I was (working on cars) when I was 5 years old. I wouldn’t dare let my kids do this at 5 years old. That was a different time than it is now.”
An Elizabethtown Community and Technical College history professor will be on a KET special program about Hungarian immigrants and Himlerville — the Kentucky town they populated in the early 1920s — this month.
Doug Cantrell of Elizabethtown has taught history at ECTC for about 28 years and is a recognized expert on Appalachian immigrants.
T.K. Stone Middle School seventh-grade science teachers David Grossman and Katie Davis are educating their students on kinetic and potential energy by letting them design and build their own homemade thrill ride.
Kentucky Association for Adult and Continuing Education wants everyone to “make 2015 the year you follow the path to greater success.” That’s the campaign they are leading to help those who haven't earned a high school diploma in an effort for more GEDs to be obtained this year.