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Hometown Hero – Alexis Yates and the Team at Legacy Property Group

Mary Beth Sallee Managing Editor Hart Co. News Herald   March is Women’s History Month, and what better way to celebrate than by recognizing a woman-owned business that is making a difference in the community. Alexis Yates’ career once looked much different than it does today. She previously worked in the funeral industry and even…

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Lady Hornets Preview

By T.J. Morgan Freelance Sports Writer   Coming off a year that saw Metcalfe County dominate the 16th district tournament, reach the 4th region semifinals, and finish with 20 wins, the Lady Hornets return their entire core and find themselves among preseason favorites to contend for the 4th region championship. Also, among Lady Hornet preseason…

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How to cook a turkey

Special to the Herald-News   We asked our future chefs (under 6-years-old) how they would cook the Thanksgiving turkey and we received some very interesting answers. These answers were submitted by parents on our Facebook page and from the Metcalfe County Head Start/Early Head Start children.     “I would put it in a pot…

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Unraveling of FEMA

By Allyson Dix Jobe Publishing, Inc.   Knowledge of a federal investigation surrounding the Metcalfe County’s FEMA problems dating back to 2018 has surfaced all while a tenured employee was terminated and two subsequent resignations from the EM assistant deputies, and a road supervisor who resigned and then retracted his resignation in recent weeks. Emory…

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Crayon Rocks

By Rae Wagoner Communication Director   Crayon Rocks is a cottage industry located in the heart of Hestand’s Amish country. That’s in Monroe County, and while UPS doesn’t have any trouble finding this hidden treasure, it’s a good thing that the ladies behind this niche product have a global distribution network. The 4,000-square-foot office/plant is…

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Butler Funeral Home

New owner vows to local compassion Allyson Dix Jobe Publishing, Inc.   A few weeks ago, the Edmonton Herald News reported briefly a story about a funeral home director, Nathan Morris, who participated in a forgery that led to violations with the state board. Jobe Publishing, Inc. (JPI) has unsuccessfully attempted to obtain documents through…

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Mammoth Cave Aquarium Expo

By Mary Beth Sallee Jobe Publishing, Inc.   Axolotls, geckos, betta fish, and more made their way to Cave City as the Mammoth Cave Aquarium Expo came to town. Held August 19-20, the expo gave vendors the chance to showcase their aquatic wildlife and products, while also providing the community with the opportunity to make…

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Hometown Hero: Brittany Wright

Mary Beth Sallee Managing Editor Hart C o. News-Herald   To love, to guide, to encourage, and to know that everyone deserves to have a voice – that is the calling of a speech language pathologist. Brittany Wright is the speech language pathologist (SLP) and owner of All Smiles Therapy, a speech therapy clinic located…

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Happy 100

Special to the Herald-News Many of you may not know him, but Robert Reece, or Bob as many call him has been in this world for 100 years as of June 18, 2023. That’s a serious accomplishment considering he was also in WWII on the USS Davison guarding supply ships. It was noted that this…

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Full Steam Ahead!

PSC is open for business By PJ Martin Editor The Herald-News Last Monday, June 12th, what many naysayers said would never happen…happened. Pennington Stave Company officially started production. The Chamber’s Executive Director Kim Harwood and a Herald-News representative were invited to the factory by owner Chad Pennington to watch the equipment being operated and to…

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