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Cheryl Blake was a travel agent for 18 years and enjoys taking trips with her husband when they are not busy running The BBQ Shack in Hopkinsville.

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As a senior at Christian County High School, James Mack will attend his first prom on May 9 at the James E. Bruce Convention Center.

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Although Jenna Snyder is on the prom committee at Hopkinsville High School and she is looking forward to prom, she admits she is not a fan of entrance.

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Working as a manager at Cricket Wireless inspired Jasmyne Daniels to start her own brand of personalized cell phone, laptop and makeup bag cases called Jazzedd Out.

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Brad Hewell is the chief deputy of the inmate community service work program and the father of a 6-year-old, Myles.

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Cody Ervin is a senior at Christian County High School. Originally, the enthusiast of books, research and psychology wanted to be a lawyer, but after joining Air Force JROTC he said his plans have changed.

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Tom Bell is a State Farm agent at his office on E. 21st Street, but when he’s not working at the insurance office he keeps busy in his volunteer roles.

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At the corner of Ninth and Walnut, Donald Bard sells turnip greens — or spring greens — piled high on a foldout table under a popup tent.

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Niyona Brown doesn’t just like to dance, she loves it so much she couldn’t help but bust a move as she went shoe shopping with her mother Tuesday at Bradford Square.

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Melissa Shelton is a Calvert City native but now commutes to Hopkinsville from Clarksville. The pharmacist played softball at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia and currently plays in a church league.

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University Heights Academy junior Sangeet Sheth will be sharing her dance talents with guests of the Hopkinsville International Festival on March 13 and 14, where she will perform with her sister.

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Jessica Minton is a North Carolina transplant who lives on post at Fort Campbell with her brother, who is a fueler at the air base. Working in Hopkinsville, she said she moved out here to help her brother and his wife with their children. Minton herself is also expecting a child of her own —…

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Jon Burke, who has worked in the Hopkinsville Fire Department for the past 16 years, will graduate from college in May with an associate’s degree in fire science.

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Ashley Meeks is a mother of two and is currently enjoying spending time at home with her daughters Avery, 3, and Adelyn, 6 months.

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As a member of three service and leadership clubs — National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America and Beta Club — Catie Lewis enjoys helping people. The Christian County High School sophomore said she wants to eventually make that into a career. However as she’s still in school …

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Life as a senior in high school is different for students like Lydia Buzzard. She attends Gatton Academy of Science and Mathematics, a residential high school program for gifted students who plan to enter the science or math fields.

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The best part of school for Khalea Babb is recess because she gets to climb on the monkey bars and practice her cheerleading skills.

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Sara Beth Reagan is a proud tomboy and NASCAR lover. She’s also a Tennessee Volunteers fan, which she gets a lot of flak for living in “Wildcat country.”

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It’s been almost four years since Tammy Stratton helped start Max’s Hope Pet Rescue, a nonprofit that fosters stray animals until they find a permanent home.

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After getting out of the Army, Brock Midkiff had to make a decision. And now — 32 years later — he is still trying to get people into pre-owned vehicles at Wyatt Johnson Automotive in Clarksville.

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Christian County Sheriff’s Captain Chris Miller hasn’t only ever been employed as a police officer — he was once a disc jockey.

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Jay Allen is the president of Hopkinsville Community College. It’s a role he says has been a dream for many years. As president, he spends a lot of time on the road representing HCC, the Kentucky Community and Technical College System and the city of Hopkinsville in both the state capital an…

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Kaitlyn Osteen loves animals. She loves them so much that she has four dogs, including a 7-year-old cocker spaniel named Molly, a 2-year-old golden retriever named Charlie and a 1-year-old beagle named Bailey. She also has a 4-month-old St. Bernard named Bentley who was recently rescued.

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Not only did La’Travean Sharber celebrate his birthday yesterday, but he performed twice in his school’s Christmas program, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie came out on DVD.

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Six years ago, Taylor Reed fell in love with horses. Six months ago, she won the title All-Around Cowgirl at the Kentucky High School Rodeo Association state finals in Murray.

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Bella Schafer moved from Minnesota so she could attend Western Kentucky University next year, where she will be majoring in communications with a minor in Spanish.

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Brooke Stinson is principal at Holiday Elementary School. While her students take up much of her time she also devotes a good amount of time to staying active and healthy. The mother of two has run two marathons and five half marathons and said she tries to share that healthy lifestyle with …

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Frieda Yoder is not from around here. She moved to Hopkinsville last January after being excommunicated from her Amish community in Michigan. Her family was excommunicated because her husband thought there was more to life than just being Amish. He started to go to more Bible studies and dif…

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When Debbie Suttle’s daughter asked her mom to paint her a picture of a rooster, Suttle didn’t want to do it.

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Jasmine Wilson knows her way around a kitchen. In her 26 years, she’s learned a lot from her grandmother, who she said is like a mother to her.

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Tammy Stewart spends a lot of time studying. She’s currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in social work through Murray State University and also works at Hopkinsville Community College through the school’s Ready to Work Program.

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Lakishia Waddell has big dreams for herself and her children. Mom to Kistazia Waddell, 18, Keshi Waddell, 14, Kinzia Waddell, 12, and  Kezia Mallory, 10, the Hoptown native and self-described "sports mom" said she is very family oriented and loves children. That love of children is her reaso…

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