Kerray Wooton is the keeper of Freeman Lake Park and is able to use his job to help community organizations and help people find recreation during the pandemic.
From contributing to the operations of a small business for nearly two decades to providing opportunities for area youth through local civic organizations, Joie Chitwood of Vine Grove has made an impact on the community since arriving in Hardin County around 20 years ago. According to Chitwo…
As COVID-19 vaccines are becoming readily available for more and more sections of the general population, I’ve heard a lot of talk about a “return to normal.” Though I’m amazed and relieved by the speed in which a vaccine was developed and has become accessible, there are certain things abou…
Steve White began working in the health care industry right out of high school. He currently serves as assistant vice president of operations at Baptist Health Hardin in Elizabethtown.
Since moving to Elizabethtown in 2010, Darrell Olson has given back to the community in a variety of ways.
If you’ve skimmed through other parts of yesterday’s and today’s paper, you may have noticed a theme. In both editions, our news team has compiled stories correlating to the one-year anniversary of the first positive COVID-19 case in Hardin County.
Raja Manglani left India at age 18 and eventually opened a men’s clothing store in Radcliff.
When Kyle Hammer of Elizabethtown went off to college at the University of Louisville, he knew he wanted to bring his newfound business knowledge back home. As the owner of Signarama in Elizabethtown, Hammer has done just that.
After a military career and working in juvenile justice, Anthony Ford spends his retirement working at Hardin County Schools and pitching in wherever he can.
Sometimes just a single image can make you feel old, or at least confirm you’re long past those halcyon days when your greatest concern was if the “Yu-Gi-Oh!” episode you were watching Saturday morning was a rerun.
I don’t have a lot of close friends and it’s always been that way, it seems. I’ve also always have been perfectly fine with that.
From his 26-year career in the Army to his extensive civic engagement in northern Hardin County, Charlie Fraley of Radcliff has lived a life of service.
On a break between shoveling his sidewalk and taking his granddaughter sledding in a laundry basket last week, Edward Palmer, 57, talked about his ministry, time on Radcliff City Council and issues he is passionate about.
As you can probably imagine, I’m no outdoorsman. You won’t ever find me roughing it in the great outdoors with just a tent and some firewood or hitting the trails on a mountain bike.
Before retiring in 2018, Steve Wheatley of Radcliff spent more than three decades practicing law in the area. Now, instead of finding him in a courtroom, you often can find Wheatley behind the counter or sorting through shelves at the Hardin County Public Library.
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