After two decades of service, Jason Buckles of Glendale will be retiring from the Elizabethtown Fire Department next month. Throughout his tenure at the department, Buckles’ titles have included firefighter/engineer and emergency medical first responder.
First impressions mean a lot, but lasting ones mean so much more.
Jay Franklin, 54, is spending this time of his life on the right path.
For many, a chosen carreer path signals a lifetime in one particular field. For Mike Ryan of Rineyville, life didn’t turn out this way.
Micah Johnson is following God’s guidance to lead him to find his new ministry.
In a matter of 72 hours, what started as an idea became a large-scale peaceful demonstration in the heart of Elizabethtown for Hardin County residents Will Powell and Justin Butler. Powell and Butler were the organizers of a peaceful protest that took place May 30 outside of the Hardin Count…
Joseph Riggs of Upton has a few new responsibilities in his job at the Lincoln Trail District Health Department since the COVID-19 outbreak.
In the battle against COVID-19, health care professionals specializing in pulmonary and critical care are among those on the front-lines. One of these professionals is Hardin Memorial Health’s Aaron Mulhall.
The other day in this surreal and cruel simulation we call modern living, my wife was shamed for wearing a face mask in a pharmacy. I hope that comes as some kind of surprise to you, but between murder hornets and declassified UFO videos, I’m not sure if people even get surprised by things anymore.
For those on the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak, working from home is not an option.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals throughout the world have used their unique talents to fight the myriad issues caused by the virus. Elizabethtown Community and Technical College instructor Brent Doty has used his talents in computer aided drafting and design to give back in this t…
A column of mine ran giving recognition to those who have given back to the community amid this awful pandemic. Although I believe anyone who steps up to give back during this time deserves recognition, I think some readers found the column to be a bit exclusionary to the average person.
A call to the ministry in high school has led Taylor Evans to Memorial United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown.
I know, I’m not alone when I get lost in my thoughts these days.
Amid all of this anxiety and uncertainty, I will admit I’ve felt a bit of anger in recent weeks. Seeing images of Kentuckians demanding a stop to healthy at home measures has discouraged me. Hearing protesters yell from outside of the Kentucky State Capitol Building as Gov. Andy Beshear anno…
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