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Column: Run the Race

I listened to a powerful sermon by Andy Stanley the other day. He misquoted a Bible verse on purpose to make a point. It went something like this: “Therefore, since we are surrounded by...

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Letter: ‘Good Enough’

Hello Terry, I look forward to your column each week. I’m a stay-at-home mom of four kids, ranging from ages 6-16. But lately, my husband has been my biggest challenge. I’ve become his advocate,...

Colm Oneacre holds a rose in his teeth at last year’s Run4Love 5K. (Submitted photo) 0

Loved ones to run at Billericay Park

By Anna Skinner Many may find it more difficult to work out during the winter months, but Sheri Nichols, managing director of 131 Event Productions, tries to combat winter blues with the third annual...

Working toward its Bronze Award, Girl Scout Troop 617 accumulated and donated a collection of stuffed animals and books to be given to children at IU Health Saxony Hospital. Pictured, from left, are Sage Ladaig, Katherine Wincek, Anabella Dentler, Daniela Boyer, Faith Mackenzie and Trinity Mackenzie. Not pictured are troop members Sara Cains and Ella Powell. 0

Troop 617 makes donation to IU Health Saxony

By Sam Elliott Fishers’ Girl Scout Troop 617 collected and donated more than 100 stuffed animals plus boxes of books for the children of IU Health Saxony. Part of the HSE Service Unit, the...

Winners from the 2015 Mr. Royal talent show included, from left, Mitch Rankin (Mr. Dance), Mason Swofford (Mr. Entertainment), Zach Silcox (Mr. Strut and Mr. Spirit), Sam Adams (Mr. Royal), David Bock (Mr. Riley) and Sean Wood (Mr. Talent). (Submitted photo) 0

Sam Adams earns Mr. Royal nod

By Mark Ambrogi Hamilton Southeastern High School senior Sam Adams has had some special high school moments, such as playing the male lead role in the musical “Legally Blonde” in 2015 and performing in...

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Meet your leaders: Mark LaBarr

As the Hamilton County Leadership Academy enters its 25th anniversary year, Current is highlighting local leaders who have helped build and sustain the program, which focuses on strengthening our community by developing informed leaders....

Sweethearts enjoy the evening during last year’s “Paint the Town Red” Valentine’s Day dinner at River Glen Country Club. (Submitted photo) 0

Romantic dinner to benefit Special Olympics

By Sam Elliott Lovebirds looking for a romantic evening of dinner, dancing and helping a worthy cause can find all three and then some at the fifth annual “Paint the Town Red” Valentine’s Day...