Elizabethtown Police Department Public Information Officer John Thomas has worked with the department for close to 12 years, consistently serving residents of his hometown. But his initial dreams did not involve wearing a uniform.
New Year’s resolutions come and go like a bad winter cold, so why do people continue making them if they know they’re just going to turn around and break them?
Growing up in Michigan, Dr. Scott Dishaw was around medicine from an early age. His father was a pharmacist.
The new year is here and with it comes grand proclamations of personal change and growth. Plenty of people make New Year’s resolutions, but according to the U.S. News & World Report, 80 percent of these resolutions fail by February.
Dr. Scott Dishaw with a wild boar shot during bow hunting season.
When Donald Kirby of Elizabethtown looks back on the holidays, he not only thinks of the gifts under his tree but gifts he helped provide others. For Kirby, identifying and helping families in need has become a tradition.
In this marathon we call life, if we are fortunate, there are stages we pass through with ease while others are mentally challenging.
Josh Johnson educates in the classroom and through martial arts.
Since moving to Elizabethtown more than 10 years ago, West Point Bank President Josh Hubbard’s presence has been felt in local commerce, philanthropy and youth athletics.
Two weeks ago, a column of mine ran detailing my distaste for certain aspects of the holidays. These included the season’s over-commercialization, the obligatory and insincere nature in which we give gifts, the over-played music constantly blaring from every speaker and the reckless way in w…
After 22 years in the military, Chris Leccese spends much of his retired life volunteering.
“Christmas Time’s A-Comin” is a Bluegrass Christmas song made popular by Bill Monroe. It’s a golden oldie that reminisces about being home to celebrate Christmas.
Tommy Shannon has been woodworking most of his life, a pursuit he said is nothing short of cathartic.
It’s very cold outside, so allow me to offer you a hot take. Christmas is a waste.
Ben Sego spent many years working with NASA, but in 2007, he returned home to Glendale and recently became a member of the Hardin County School Board.
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