Entrepreneurship is not a pursuit lost on Generation Z, and Max Moore of Elizabethtown is living proof. Though he is only 18, Moore already has operated his own business for over a year.
Corbin Durrance has a life filled with soccer, school spirit and faith despite the pandemic challenges of last year.
When people ask me about the human services program at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, I tell them we prepare the helpers of the future. So many people’s career decisions are driven by their desire to help others, and that’s exactly what human services professionals do.
Though North Hardin High School senior Rose Choi stays busy with a variety of extracurricular activities in school, she manages to maintain an excellent academic record.
Central Hardin High School senior Alexandra Mackey hopes to use her FFA and farm experience to become a veterinarian.
Though she is not yet in high school, James T. Alton Middle School eighth-grader Katie Rundle already has learned more first-hand lessons in cultural diversity than most American adults.
Brooke Belle Lucas spent most of her young life in good health. But on Halloween 2019, things changed.
Music always has been a major factor in the life of Central Hardin High School senior Natalie Williams. She has video evidence.
For Radcliff teenager Myla Lee, the future is found in the skies.
As Elizabethtown Community and Technical College embarks upon the beginning of the fall 2021 semester, many students may be somewhat confused as to their specific career path.
Whether she’s raising dogs and rabbits, snapping photos or swinging a bat, Central Hardin High School sophomore Abby Wilson keeps busy.
Jorja McDowell learns life lessons early by working in her stepmom’s store, the Red Brick Cottage in Radcliff.
When she’s not focused on her academics or extracurricular activities at Central Hardin High School, Caroline Haydon often can be found interacting with animals.
While a student at LaRue County High School, Sydney Pepper dedicated a lot of her time there to FFA, eventually becoming a state officer.
You have heard it time and time before — there are endless benefits of starting your higher education journey at a community college. Students attending Elizabethtown Community and Technical College save money, remain closer to home and receive more individualized attention than what they mi…
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