Caroline Borders feels a call to ministry and is using her gifts in church while still in high school.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College freshman Cameron Alvey hopes to pursue a career in industrial maintenance. Through hard work and innovation, he recently was awarded $1,000 to go toward that very goal.
Charles Tompkins, 16, uses art to express himself through found materials.
North Hardin High School junior Natushka Collazo has dreams of one day participating in the Miss Universe beauty pageant. Though it’s a long road to get there, Collazo is well on her way.
Fall 2020 Semester has begun at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. Students began classes Aug. 17, moving forward with their educational and career plans in a safe and clean environment on campus or from the safety and convenience of their homes – or a combination of both.
Leah Macy focuses on giving back and giving it all in her basketball career.
Through her skills and interest in softball, North Hardin High School senior Tone’ Melton has traveled around the Midwest and Southeast, competing everywhere from the University of Notre Dame to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Though her passion has taken her many places, the journey has not a…
Catherine Brown, 14, has had some challenges in horse jumping but now that it’s back on track she’s experiencing great success.
According to North Hardin High School freshman Tre Wright, the process of showing cattle at livestock shows often proves to be a full-time commitment.
Averie Housh, 15, has grown up in the classroom — her mom, Larri Housh is a teacher.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s Career and Professional Development Services Office offers the College Central Network resource and online job board.
Using their artistic talents, two East Hardin Middle School eighth-graders helped make learning more accessible and fun for small children in the community.
Sophia Todd, 14, is getting ready to start her freshman year at Elizabethtown High School.
Sophia Todd with Luke, a child she worked with at school.
Though he’s only 15, Elizabethtown High School sophomore Gavin Breunig has a voice in addressing critical issues impacting students and schools throughout Kentucky.
- Early voting remains strong
- Students receive extra help at Wesley Hilltop, Haycraft Park
- Grant will expand outreach of HCS Excel program
- DPA grant awarded to address COVID-19 effects
- Fort Knox Energy Program receives another award
- In 2020, just playing should mean everything
- Saunders Springs in the fall
- Health department to offer free virus testing