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Central Hardin High School junior Mia Moss uses thea­ter as a creative outlet. While she prefers being at school, she is making the most of learning at home during COVID-19 pandemic.

During times of crisis, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s natural and important to focus on physical health. But equally important, especially over the long term, is attention to the mental and emotional well-being of individuals, families and children.

Though he’s just old enough to have a driver’s license, North Hardin High School junior Joseph Spence can call himself a farmer, firefighter and certified leader.

Central Hardin High School senior Brandon Bost found a love of music he hopes leads him to a future career.

After a hiatus lasting longer than two decades, the North Hardin High School Scholarship Pageant returned in January. All proceeds went toward North Hardin’s Climate Committee, designed to promote a positive atmosphere at the school.

Showing vulnerability in front of strangers often is a difficult task. But for the sake of getting her message across, that is exactly what Amadis Davis of Radcliff did last month at Prit­chard Community Center in Eliza­bethtown.

When it comes to his passion for all things trucking, Central Hardin High School junior Micah Allen is in it for the long haul.

When she’s not in school, most of Central Hardin High School junior Caitlin Higdon’s time is spent in the water. An athlete for the Cen­tral Hardin swim team and the Elizabethtown Dolphins swim team, Higdon said she practices swimming 3½ hours a day, six days a week and competes in swim meet…

Rhiannon Goodman has been performing in one way or another most of her life.

Whether it’s through coaching or playing, Central Hardin High School junior Keegan Christensen has spent a lot of time serving on the tennis court.