Kathy McCubbin doesn’t mind taking chances.
As humans, we tend to make life more complicated than it needs to be most of the time.
After more than 17 years at Bluegrass Middle School and 35-plus total years in education, Marilyn Ash retired last week.
Kala Booth had an illness lingering over her head for years until a few years ago when she decided to know for sure.
Through her current role at RobinBrooke Senior Living in Elizabethtown, Kelli Drane constantly is using her skills in hospitality. Drane initially developed these skills not in the context of a senior living facility, but at sea.
In our group of friends, there’s a story that gets trotted out once a year or so about two of the guys who somehow pocketed each other’s credit cards. There are lots of guffaws about how some charges showed up on one of the guys’ statements – to the tune of $250 or so – befuddling him before…
It was a typical Thursday for Carla Chambliss.
I think my cat is going through a midlife crisis. I guess that’s what you’d call it.
Through her nonprofit, Boots Across America, Beverly Frase of Elizabethtown has made it her mission to support active duty military members, veterans and military families across the country.
Emily Neel unexpectedly found herself on the staff at Silverleaf Sexual Trauma and Recovery Services and works for something she’s passionate about.
Ever since she was a child, Ida Kyle of Hodgenville said she has found joy in interacting with senior citizens. For the past 23 years, she has made a career out of doing just that.
I’d had warnings from well-meaning friends about retirement.
Dr. Ann Carnes is carrying on a family tradition of dentistry in Elizabethtown.
I meet a lot of people covering stories for the newspaper. One couple was Jason and Kelly Hart. Their ministry, Servant Harts, works with mothers in Guatemala to ensure they are able to have and raise healthy babies.
When Candy Ott of Clarkson took on her new role as a social worker for Warm Blessings soup kitchen late last year, she felt she was “made for the job.”
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