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Woodworking is a family tradition for Lindsay and Luke Graham, who are the builders behind Woods of Wisdom, a furniture company on Burns Road in Rineyville.
Elizabethtown High School senior Aiden Brimhall is already working what he calls his dream job.
Keith Rogers’ roots in farming have produced a career promoting farm issues and policies.
Until the latest production by Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center, at least two cast members had not had major stage roles, but now they are undeniably part of that world.
Art, politics and helping others are a all a part of Lane Ryan’s personal and academic quests.
Ryan Bivens of Hodgenville may not have started his career on a family farm but farming has been in his blood since high school.
In her freshman, sophomore and junior years at North Hardin High School, Dyeshia Parrott was a member of the Pep Club, a group known for promoting spirit and inspiration.
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.
Astrid Ladegaard is just like every other 16-year-old junior at Central Hardin High School save one thing: She’s pretty far from home.
Rick Bennett’s background may have come from U.S. Air Force family but his goal is to help the U.S. Army through his skills as a financier.
It was a big year for movies and the box office rang in large dollar figures.
As a physical therapist assistant and a yoga instructor, Elizabeth McNeil’s mission in life is to help people stay healthy.
Sometimes Christmas decorations have more meaning than simply adorning the inside or outside of a home.
Jacob Hobbs, 14, is a freshman at Central Hardin High School and the junior varsity quarterback. But his life is filled with more than athletics. He’s also a state Bible drill winner.
Although Sarah Sanborn participated in a mission trip to El Salvador in July, she didn’t know she would continue polishing her Spanish at Central Hardin High School by becoming a peer mentor.
It has been a while since Ronnie Booker picked up a chainsaw to work on his farm, but he still handles an axe.
MORE ABOUT STEVE LINDSEY
City of birth: Wilmington, Ohio.
Favorite music: Pink Floyd.
Favorite movie: “Blade Runner.”
Favorite TV show: “Star Trek.”
Favorite author: Arthur C. Clarke.
You won’t be able to stop the beat this weekend as Hardin County Playhouse presents its season opener, “Hairspray.”
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