Although his professional career focused on kitchens and cooking, Robert Grimes has been bartering and horse trading since he was 12 years old.
For as long as he can remember, George Herbig has been fascinated by weather. His fascination led to a Facebook page, which led to a YouTube channel, which has resulted in Weather Now Kentucky, a full-time job and more.
Growing up in the Miami, Florida-area, retired Sgt. 1st Class Joe Salisbury joined the Army after graduating from high school.
the third generation of Estes working in its bays, Doug’s Towing and Recovery has made its mark on Hardin County with Doug Estes at the helm.
Billy Bob Watkins can be found any day of the week riding his bike down U.S. 31W and smiling at everyone he meets. That’s just how he rolls, literally.
Greg Dearborn has devoted 50 years of his life to serving military veterans.
Andy Botts, worship pastor at Severns Valley Baptist Church, was exposed to church music at a young age.
Bobby Catlett is known around the Elizabethtown High School community as BeBe. It’s the name Catlett’s grandkids call him and has been transferred for use by the many students for which Catlett captures special moments.
Although the road has had some rough bumps and detours along the way, Desjuante Tucker has stayed the course to see his dream of being in the entertainment industry fulfilled.
Kendrick Bryan is a history and social studies teacher at LaRue County High School, but his influence carries far beyond the classroom.
From his homemade mobile car wash business to owning one of the most successful insurance companies in the state, James Mason is the personification of the entrepreneurial spirit.
As an employee of the City of Elizabethtown, Dennis McClarity spends a great deal of time extending southern hospitality to visitors at Pritchard Community Center.
On New Year’s Day, Ricky Thomas started a new chapter of his life, retirement.
With more than 20 years of public service, first at the Hardin County Detention Center, then with the sheriff’s office and then back to the jail, Josh Lindblom has exhibited a servant’s heart.
Because of the impact his teachers had on him, Mark Roberts is determined to do the same for others.
- County garbage pickup sees inconsistencies
- Vine Grove's First Fridays is back tonight
- Kids College returns to ECTC this summer
- Johnson hopes to leave E’town on high note
- Bruins start quest tonight for state softball title
- New home boom
- Give 270 bourbon raffle to benefit St. James School
- Kentucky State Fair announces final acts for free concerts