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Most people own some sort of DVD or blu-ray movie, which means a piece of Hardin County manufacturing also is in those households around the globe.
At 15 years old, Brandon Clay already has experienced the emotional reward of volunteering.
Others have recognized his efforts, too.
With the potential for weather turning stormy as spring approaches, being prepared for a disaster is something families should be ready for.
For Shelly Haun, there was no question of what she would do for her career. In second grade, she taught a classroom of stuffed animals in her Vine Grove home.
Summer still may be months away, but being able to afford a vacation should start long before heat and humidity arrive.
Alex England had a unique experience during a deployment to Ethiopia with the Kentucky National Guard.
Through teaching language arts, Kevin Kolander also shows his students how to be active in the community.
A church Thanksgiving dinner six years ago was the origin of a business that is rubbing customers the right way.
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.
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