Heartland Elementary School fifth-grader Melissa Wilson covers her nose and mouth Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 as she tries to avoid smelling paste wax as she and classmates apply it to fretboards for mountain dulcimers during music class at the school in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Fourth- and fifth-grade classes were building the mountain dulcimers under the direction of Lorinda Jones, president of the Heartland Dulcimer Club, to be used by the school's students.  © 2017, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Heartland Elementary School fifth-grader Melissa Wilson covers her nose and mouth Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 as she tries to avoid smelling paste wax as she and classmates apply it to fretboards for mountain dulcimers during music class at the school in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Fourth- and fifth-grade classes were building the mountain dulcimers under the direction of Lorinda Jones, president of the Heartland Dulcimer Club, to be used by the school's students. © 2017, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Melessia Webb, associate dean for undergraduate programs in the college of nursing at East Tennessee State University, stands in the door Saturday, June 16, 2018 of a Golden Knights airplane before making a tandem jump with the team at Addington Field in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The Golden Knights is the U.S. Army’s parachute team.  ©2018, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Melessia Webb, associate dean for undergraduate programs in the college of nursing at East Tennessee State University, stands in the door Saturday, June 16, 2018 of a Golden Knights airplane before making a tandem jump with the team at Addington Field in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The Golden Knights is the U.S. Army’s parachute team. ©2018, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
A member of the Golden Knights, the U.S. Army’s parachute team, looks back Saturday, June 16, 2018 and videos and photographs a fellow Golden Knight jumping tandem with an ROTC supporter during a jump sponsored by the U.S. Army Cadet Command as part of the Centers of Influence program at Elizabethtown Regional Airport at Addington Field in Kentucky.  ©2018, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
A member of the Golden Knights, the U.S. Army’s parachute team, looks back Saturday, June 16, 2018 and videos and photographs a fellow Golden Knight jumping tandem with an ROTC supporter during a jump sponsored by the U.S. Army Cadet Command as part of the Centers of Influence program at Elizabethtown Regional Airport at Addington Field in Kentucky. ©2018, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Equanika Noel fills out paperwork for her family and others staying at her sister’s house in Rineyville to receive assistance, as her husband, Brandon, right, and Dondreeca Smith and Nathaniel Bartley, two of the several staying at the house, wait Friday, Aug. 19, 2016 at Helping Hand of Hope in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. They fled Louisiana after having to leave their homes because of flooding. Her sister had moved a couple months ago to Hawaii and offered the house in Rineyville to them for shelter.  ©2016, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Equanika Noel fills out paperwork for her family and others staying at her sister’s house in Rineyville to receive assistance, as her husband, Brandon, right, and Dondreeca Smith and Nathaniel Bartley, two of the several staying at the house, wait Friday, Aug. 19, 2016 at Helping Hand of Hope in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. They fled Louisiana after having to leave their homes because of flooding. Her sister had moved a couple months ago to Hawaii and offered the house in Rineyville to them for shelter. ©2016, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Brady Boltz, 3, right, and Boston Boltz, 2, hug their father, Warrent Officer I Chase Boltz after a deployment ceremony Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, at Sadowski Center in Fort Knox for Boltz and other soldiers and Department of the Army civilians deploying as the white Team of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command. The command has been deployed to southwest Asia since 2006. Three teams, red, white and blue, of soldiers are deployed in rotation.  © 2017, Jill Pickett/The News-Enteprise
Brady Boltz, 3, right, and Boston Boltz, 2, hug their father, Warrent Officer I Chase Boltz after a deployment ceremony Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, at Sadowski Center in Fort Knox for Boltz and other soldiers and Department of the Army civilians deploying as the white Team of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command. The command has been deployed to southwest Asia since 2006. Three teams, red, white and blue, of soldiers are deployed in rotation. © 2017, Jill Pickett/The News-Enteprise
Kentucky State Police Trooper Pete Binkley barges into a room with a rubber gun as Elizabethtown Community and Technical College staff members, Diane Owsley, from left, Keith Johson, and Mary Jo King and others go on the offensive to try to disarm him when placed in a scenario with no other alternatives Wednesday, March 19, 2014, at the college in Elizabethtown during Active Shooter Survival Training taught by KSP.  © 2014, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Kentucky State Police Trooper Pete Binkley barges into a room with a rubber gun as Elizabethtown Community and Technical College staff members, Diane Owsley, from left, Keith Johson, and Mary Jo King and others go on the offensive to try to disarm him when placed in a scenario with no other alternatives Wednesday, March 19, 2014, at the college in Elizabethtown during Active Shooter Survival Training taught by KSP. © 2014, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Darren Gillespie, pastor of Radcliff United Methodist Church, reads a Bible story during a church service Thursday morning, April 27, 2017 at McDonald's at the intersection of Dixie Boulevard and Lincoln Trail Boulevard in Radcliff, Kentucky.  ©2017, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Darren Gillespie, pastor of Radcliff United Methodist Church, reads a Bible story during a church service Thursday morning, April 27, 2017 at McDonald's at the intersection of Dixie Boulevard and Lincoln Trail Boulevard in Radcliff, Kentucky. ©2017, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Vietnam veteran Lee Eggleston, president of the Vietnam Veterans Motorcycle Club in Kentucky, comforts Cindy Stonebraker after she located her father's name on a panel of the American Veterans Traveling Tribute wall while helping to carry the panel into place Wednesday, May 13, 2015, in Radcliff. Stonebraker's father, U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Kenneth Stonebraker, was serving as a navigator for a reconnaissance flight on Oct. 28, 1968 when he and his pilot went missing in action.  © 2015, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Vietnam veteran Lee Eggleston, president of the Vietnam Veterans Motorcycle Club in Kentucky, comforts Cindy Stonebraker after she located her father's name on a panel of the American Veterans Traveling Tribute wall while helping to carry the panel into place Wednesday, May 13, 2015, in Radcliff. Stonebraker's father, U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Kenneth Stonebraker, was serving as a navigator for a reconnaissance flight on Oct. 28, 1968 when he and his pilot went missing in action. © 2015, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
A variety of tools sit in easy reach of Kimberly McClary as she works at her wheel. Rineyville isn’t the first stop for McClary and her pottery skills. Her husband is in the U.S. Army and when their moves keep them in the states, she is able to take her supplies, kiln and wheel with her. The location is included with her signature on each piece. Some customers collect a piece from each place, which so far include North Carolina, Washington, Japan and Kentucky.  © 2015, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
A variety of tools sit in easy reach of Kimberly McClary as she works at her wheel. Rineyville isn’t the first stop for McClary and her pottery skills. Her husband is in the U.S. Army and when their moves keep them in the states, she is able to take her supplies, kiln and wheel with her. The location is included with her signature on each piece. Some customers collect a piece from each place, which so far include North Carolina, Washington, Japan and Kentucky. © 2015, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Kimberly McClary adds a handle to a pitcher at her home studio in Rineyville.  © 2015, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Kimberly McClary adds a handle to a pitcher at her home studio in Rineyville. © 2015, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Illustration for a story on cyberbulling.  ©2016, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise
Illustration for a story on cyberbulling. ©2016, Jill Pickett/The News-Enterprise

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