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Pediatric Cancer Series Part 2: Ayden’s Story

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart County News-Herald   Last week, The Hart County News-Herald shared Aniston’s story. This week, we bring you the journey and story of Ayden Morris. Ayden was 11-years-old when he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). “We took Ayden to the Norton Children’s Hospital on July 15, 2017. This was…

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Survivor

Mary Beth Sallee Jobe Publishing, Inc.   October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and for Barren County native and breast cancer survivor Teresa Jewell Bewley, she hopes sharing her story will help others. Bewley found a lump in her breast at the end of March in 2020. However, due to closures caused by the COVID-19…

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Jobe Publishing purchases Allen County Newspaper

Mary Beth Sallee Jobe Publishing, Inc.   Jobe Publishing, Inc., owned by Jeff Jobe, has announced its most recent purchase of The Citizen-Times newspaper, located in Scottsville, Kentucky. Jobe purchased the newspaper from Matt Pedigo, who will remain the newspaper’s general manager and continue covering local news and photographing local sports, as Pedigo has done…

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Jerry Matera says goodbye to Hart County

Editor, friend, and humble servant Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   The Hart County News-Herald is bidding farewell to one of its longest-tenured and most dedicated individuals, as Editor Emeritus Jerry Matera is leaving. Jerry, who has dedicated the last 50 years in service to the community, will be moving to Minnesota with…

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Horse Cave Arts & Sciences Camp

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart County News-Herald   At the end of May, the Horse Cave Arts & Sciences Camp brought a unique opportunity to children of Hart County. The camp, which was hosted by the City of Horse Cave hosts and supported by various sponsors, allows kids to explore areas of interest through various…

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Welcome Home, Seaman Magers

JR Jessie Jobe Publishing, Inc.   After nearly 80 years, a fallen hero who perished in the attack on Pearl Harbor has finally returned home. Howard “Scott” Magers was born on November 23, 1923 in the Merry Oaks/Railton Community of Barren County. In January of 1941, at the young age of 17, he enlisted in…

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HCHS students earn both high school and Associate’s degrees

Katrina England Reporter, Hart Co. News Herald   In 7th grade, Luke Carter told his parents he had a goal. He wanted to earn his Associate’s Degree simultaneously with his high school degree. Luke’s two older brothers, Noah and Jonah, had each graduated high school with 30 and 46 dual (college) credit hours, so he…

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The Sanctuary Safe Haven

A place of hope for all children Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart County News-Herald   For the past few years, Jeremy Wilson has had a vision for the youth of the community. As pastor of United Faith Independent Church in Cave City, Wilson and fellow church members are making that vision a reality with The…

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2021 Senior Celebrity Banquet

By Gaye Shaw Jobe Publishing Contributor   The Edmonton Metcalfe County Chamber of Commerce proudly hosted the 24th Annual Senior Celebrity Banquet in the Old School Gym which was beautifully decorated by Jamie Howard, Kim Smith, Gail Miller, and Annie Smith. The Senior Celebrity Project was instigated to honor outstanding Metcalfe County High School Seniors…

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Excessive rainfall causes sinkholes on farms

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart County News-Herald   In a three-day rainfall accumulation ending on March 1, south central Kentucky found itself reaching high levels of rainfall throughout many counties. According to the National Weather Service, in Hart County alone, nearly six inches of rain fell during that time. Torrential rainfall not only brought flooding…

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