Tough And Universal: After Health Scare, Asia Ford Lost Nearly Half Her Body Weight

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Today, Asia Ford says she loves “everything that has to do with moving.” That wasn’t always true. At one point, Asia weighed 507 pounds and it took a health scare with her children’s father to make her reevaluate her lifestyle. “My kids and I walked their dad into a hospital emergency room

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Tough And Universal: After Being Shot, Former Football Star Herb Henry Takes Up Wheelchair Basketball

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Herb Henry grew up near Shawnee Park. He says from a very early age, he only wanted to be one thing: a basketball player. “I fell in love with the game of basketball,” he said. “Growing up directly across the street from Shawnee Park, I’d walk to the park every day. [Basketball] would be what

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Tough And Universal: For Sally Evans And Paige Harlow, Reconciling Faith And Identity Was A Journey

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Sally Evans and Paige Harlow are married and live in Louisville with their two daughters. Both were raised in conservative Christian families, and had to figure out how to reconcile that with their sexual orientation. “I grew up being secretive about the fact that I was gay,” Paige said. “I was

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Tough And Universal: Longtime Educator Catherine Talbott Is Still Passionate About Teaching

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Catherine Talbott was born in Louisville in 1945. She’s 73 years old, and taught in Louisville’s schools for 27 years. “I was born in — we called it the ‘projects’ because that was the general term. It was called Sheppard Square. And I grew up with a beautiful family that showed me how to

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