Eight Hardin County Schools alumni were honored for the impact they’ve made in the community and in their industries.
The group is the 2015 class of distinguished honorees. Each of the Hardin County graduates who were present at a celebration luncheon Thursday had the opportunity to share their thanks and appreciation for those who have made an impact on their lives.
Calling it a team effort, Hardin County Commonwealth’s Attorney Shane Young was named Thursday as the Commonwealth’s Attorney of the Year at the three-day Kentucky Prosecutors Conference at the Lexington Convention Center.
Skyler Hornback is humble about all he has accomplished in his 15 short years, but what's yet to come is something to wager on.
The LaRue County High School sophomore is very involved academically with his school. He participates in Y-Club, Beta Club, the academic team and Governor’s Cup competitions, Teen Court and sophomore class committee.
Strangely enough, Nan Campbell’s role as a children’s librarian complements her degree in horticulture and has provided her an opportunity to give back to an organization that gave to her years earlier.