Josh Johnson gives back on the field, in the community and in a multi-generational business all while battling cancer.
Last Tuesday, building inspector Ed Bryan drove more than 100 miles to take on six footing inspections for new houses, two framing inspections for houses, final inspections on a house and framing inspections on two decks.
Last year, I wrote a column detailing a few things that often peeve musicians. Speaking from my own experience, I listed annoyances such as being told to play for “exposure,” being told how good one’s cousin is at guitar and being told to play “Africa” by Toto.
Theater brought Jake Richardson to Hardin County and he hopes to bring a walk for suicide awareness to the area.
Those who drive by John Hardin High School’s Bulldog Stadium will see the venue’s bleachers have been updated with a fresh coat of bright red paint. If John Hardin students or alumni feel a sense of Bulldog pride seeing this fresh update to the stadium, they largely have Keith Strand to thank.
Joey Scott has wanted to be a firefighter since he was 5-years-old.
Let me start by saying this: I personally don’t think bringing our children back to in-person instruction is a great idea. Even with the best safety precautions in place, it is inevitable some children will contract COVID-19 by returning to school. My heart hurts thinking about elderly or im…
Last month, Rod Grusy completed an adventure over 12 years in the making. At 73, Grusy hiked the entire Appalachian Trail.
When I was in high school, I didn’t think too much about scholarships. Oftentimes, this was because I was too busy learning Metallica riffs.
For many college students, spending the summer in Las Vegas would be something to brag about. Hardin County native Langston Asiatico gets to – with the added bonus his visit was to work for an NFL team.
At 58, Everett Roberts has been connected to firefighting throughout his life.
Whether he’s selling vacuum cleaners or teaching martial arts, John House often tries to slip one important topic into the conversation: CASA of the Heartland.
During a time when internet access is essential to many working and learning from home, Randall Bradley’s work at Brandenburg Telephone Co. has made an impact on the community.
With restaurants and retail businesses opening back up to the public, it can be easy to pretend we’re not still in the middle of a pandemic. People have felt lonely, anxious, bored and exhausted for a great deal of this year and I understand the temptation to just act like this isn’t happeni…
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