Since retiring from the U.S. Army in 2000, Carlos Fernandez has made it a mission to help fellow veterans receive the benefits to which they are entitled.
I can hear their footsteps approaching. I can see the tiny silhouettes walking by my window, donning cloaks and making their demands known.
Jerry Bransford grew up just a few miles from Mammoth Cave National Park. As a kid, he knew a little of his family connection to the park but as an adult he learned how much his family contributed to the history of the caves.
Mark Wells knew from a young age he wanted to have a career in education. He’s been the principal at John Hardin High School for seven years.
For decades, Chuck Stewart of Elizabethtown has been the voice on the other end of the line for those facing emergencies. Stewart has served as a dispatcher for about 33 years, nearly 18 of which have been with the Kentucky State Police.
Darrin Powell has brought education and farming together to shape his career.
Kyle Lucas works to help local schools reduce their energy consumption and help kids learn responsible energy usage.
According to a recent study published in the journal Memory, researchers found that people have the ability to recall events in their lives dating back to when they were 2½ years old. This is an impressive feature of the human mind but as we all know, memory can be inconsistent and lack context.
Whether he’s displaying feats of strength on national television, training members of the community in CrossFit or promoting area nonprofits, Christopher Watts stays motivated.
For almost six years, Talha Vaid has presided as Imam at the Islamic Center in Elizabethtown.
When it came time for local farmer Mark Thomas to choose a career, his choice had been abundantly obvious to him since he was a child. Following a precedent started by his father and grandfather, Thomas had early aspirations to be involved in local agriculture.
Dr. Douglas Ansert Jr. spends much of his time at the hospital and the ballfield.
It’s that time of year again when every store in town is filled with back-to-school specials.
Since moving from Muhlenberg County to Elizabethtown with his family at age 5 in 1976, Ken Dozer said he has been instilled with a desire to support the Hardin County community.
There comes a point in everyone’s life when you realize you can’t do some of the things you once did, or at least do them very well.
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- 5th, 3rd Region Volleyball Tournaments begin this week
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