Born in Canada, Dr. Anesh Badiwala made his way to Elizabethtown to work as a hospitalist at Baptist Health Hardin.
Whether he’s in the pulpit, in the classroom or on the sidelines, Marcus Dixon of Radcliff consistently serves the community in which he lives.
Rick Walters devotes much of his spare time to the history of Kentucky high school basketball.
Whether he’s in the classroom or on the sidelines, it’s all about building positive relationships for North Middle School staff member Shaun Boykins.
Retired Maj. Alejandro Ramirez focuses on veterans in his post-Army career.
What were you doing the night of Dec. 31, 2019?
From business meetings to friendly hangouts, people from around the world have been using video conferencing software to connect amid COVID-19. In fact, even Santa Claus has gotten in on the trend.
A passion for gaming and story telling have allowed a Sonora man to pursue a YouTube career.
When I realized this would be my last column before Christmas, it came as a bit of a shock. To be frank, I haven’t thought much about the holidays at all this year.
Revered Canadian physician William Osler once said “Listen to your patient, he is telling you the diagnosis.” For Elizabethtown doctor Brandon Houk, this advice has continuously rang true.
We all have a story to tell about how we got to where we are now.
Darrell Bird has a job University of Kentucky Wildcat fans dream about. He is general manager of The Cats’ Pause and gets the chance to not only attend UK sporting events, but document them through his reporting, writing and photography.
Darrell Bird at last week’s season-opening game for Kentucky at Rupp Arena. Submitted
When Tyrone Brown Williams of Radcliff visits his home state of Louisiana, one of the first things he does is find a po’boy sandwich, some collard greens, okra and cornbread dressing.
After months upon months of disheartening headlines, we’ve finally received some good news in 2020. American drug manufacturer Pfizer announced its experimental COVID-19 vaccine has shown to be 90 percent effective in preventing the disease, according to initial data.
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- 3 people indicted on burglary, theft charges in LaRue
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- County nears 7,700 total COVID cases