When Kayla Hartlage was a child, she would spend time with a pencil in her hand, drawing different breeds of dogs using photos from a dog encyclopedia as her point of reference.
Carolyn Culver works to help feed the homeless in Elizabethtown.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 81,000 drug overdose deaths occurred in the U.S. throughout the 12 months ending May 2020. This is the highest number of overdose deaths ever recorded in a 12-month period, according to the CDC.
Sometimes you don’t recognize the people who keep things going in life.
Amanda Barney spent a big chunk of her 42 years struggling to find a diagnosis for a disease she had dealt with since 1998.
Gwendolyn Thompson-Brashear of Radcliff constantly is finding ways to give back to the community and highlight those who are doing the same.
Erin Yates has risen to the ranks of a supervisor with Hardin County Emergency Medical Services after she was promoted to supervisor in July.
As a child growing up in Elizabethtown, Ranelle Rigney’s time playing outside would be broken up by short concerts in her aunt’s kitchen. Though she said she has no memory of it, Rigney has been told that she would often jump up on stools and burst into song in her early days.
We live in a world today where I find myself getting more and more frustrated with people. And the louder and more irrational they get the more frustrated I often am.
Paige Waldron is living a life she dreamed of as a child which includes travel and directing the Wesley Hilltop House.
April Renner Curtsinger believes her prayers were answered when a “starving, sick and freezing” dog appeared on the back porch of her parents’ home. Ttaken in by Curtsinger and named Boone, he became the inspiration behind her debut Christian children’s book, aptly titled “Boone.”
Michelle Reynolds of Elizabethtown retired last year after three decades in education. For Reynolds, teaching is a true family endeavor.
Let’s face it, there’s nothing like looking into the sweet face of a dog. It can be an automatic stress relief. I found that to be especially true when I worked from home for more than a year during the pandemic.
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