For English Romantic poet William Wordsworth, writing was filling paper “with the breathings of your heart.” Mary Currie shares that sentiment. She began writing poems in her freshman year of high school, and the more she wrote, the more she fell in love with the written word.
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Batesville native Addison Strother started playing music in elementary school but it wasn’t until he began to play trombone in junior high that realized it was what he wanted to do as a career.
Normally industrial technology, ballroom dance and cosmetology wouldn’t come up in the same conversation, but if you’re talking with Samy Rash that could very likely be the course of the discussion.
If someone had told Frederick Moore while he was in high school that he would one day have a college degree and be part of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society, an international honor society for two-year college, he would not have believed it.
When ConAgra Foods closed in Batesville, Denise Binkley was one of many workers who suddenly found themselves without a job. After 24 years at the company, Binkley wasn’t sure what to do next. That’s when she and a fellow co-worker, Trish Venegas, decided to enroll in nursing school.