After learning of the death of Kentucky political giant Wendell Ford, residents who knew the man through politics and beyond all had similar memories — describing him a “true public servant” and “great man.”
Before his stepfather received PCS orders that the Army was moving him to Kentucky, Fort Knox senior Sebastian Sarcos was a self-professed introverted band geek who didn’t give sports a second thought.
Upon his arrival from San Antonio before his sophomore year began, Sarcos began to come out of his shell a bit.
After hearing a presentation to Elizabethtown officials on downtown revitalization last week, Sherry Murphy drew many similarities to a study of the city as a destination for the Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau.
There were two things missing in the first half for the North Hardin Lady Trojans on Friday night at John Hardin. In the first quarter, it was their energy. In the second quarter, it was Tamiah Stanford.
Both returned in the second half, sparking North Hardin to a 17th District victory.