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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.

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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.

From drawing to acting to ballet, much of Julia Pelston’s life has been absorbed by the arts.

Many lament they had to take math in high school, often saying they never used it after graduation. But that’s not the case for Carson Foy. The 18-year-old Elizabethtown High School senior plans on making a career out of math.

When North Hardin High School senior Kylie McAtee decided to organize a school donation drive for Warm Blessings last year, she discovered a new passion. Since then, McAtee has organized three other charity drives and is in the process of organizing more.

Aleecia Tovar of Elizabeth­town has fought her way to the top in the World Karate and Kickboxing Union. On her first trip to the world cham­pionships, she brought home two gold medals.

Central Hardin High School senior Bailey Chil­d­ress’ knack for storytelling has taken him across state lines. A student in the Media Arts pathway at the Hardin County Schools Early College and Career Center, Childress took part in the week-long PBS Student Reporting Labs Academy in Washingt…