“I think everyone deserves a haircut,” said Jorga Greenwell, 32, of what drives her to give back to the community.
One in every 20 homes in the U.S. contain a Thomas Kinkade painting, print or tchotchke stamped with his work. He is the most collected artist in America, but on Jan. 6, 1958, when he was born, he was just another small-town kid, living on an unpaved road in Placerville, California.
Lisa Oliver of Elizabethtown has spent the last 27 years as an educator. Throughout the entirety of her tenure, Oliver has remained a Central Hardin High School Bruin.
After almost 33 years as pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, my husband retired at the end of December.
Strength is a common theme in the life of Kayla Dailey of Elizabethtown. The 33-year-old is strong as a competitor, survivor and in her faith.
Saying out loud we are in the year 2020 sounds strange.
Margaret Cooney of Elizabethtown sat in her living room, analyzing the shining glaze of an empty ceramic teapot.
Remember when 2020 seemed so far away? The good news is, it’s now the present and we made it. The new year always beckons one to reminisce and then look to the future with hope and faith.
Robin Reeder has a special gig during the holiday season – playing Mrs. Claus
Norman Perceval Rockwell is most famous for cover illustrations he created for the Saturday Evening Post. Producing more than 4,000 original works in his lifetime, this prolific artist masterfully idealized portrayals of American life.
Robin Reeder of Glendale spreads Christmas cheer wherever she goes, including Uganda.
Though West Point Independent School staff member Brittany Miller has two children of her own enrolled, she now sees herself as a parental figure to the roughly 150 other students who attend the school.
I was introduced to Chris Van Allsburg’s enchanting book “Polar Express” when my youngest was in kindergarten. The illustrations were lush and the swirling snow the stuff of Christmas magic.
Nursing is Carrie Filburn’s career and how she volunteers her time to help others. As an added benefit, it also led her to a rescue dog.
Last month I got an early Christmas present and began a new chapter in life. I found a dog to adopt.
- Equidae patience
- End of an era: Veteran football coach Mark Brown retires as E’town’s coach
- Knife-wielding man shot by police
- E’town man charged with car theft, assault
- RPD officers on leave following shooting
- Milsap concert already nearly sold out
- E’town school district approves comp plan
- Radcliff report shows 2019 construction exceed $9M