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    Three I-69 crossing corridors moving forward for more evaluation

    The I-69 Ohio River Crossing (I-69 ORX) Project Team has identified a short list of corridors for the possible location of a new I-69 bridge. Read on...
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    I-69 Ohio River Crossing open houses planned for July 31, Aug. 1

    Two open houses are scheduled late this month and early next month to discuss the short list of alternatives for a new I-69 Ohio River Crossing (I-69 ORX) connecting Evansville and Henderson. Read on...
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    Henderson County Public Library campus going smoke-free

    Henderson County Public Library’s entire campus, including outdoor areas, will become smoke–free on Tuesday, Aug. 17. Read on...
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    Henderson County Fair opens Thursday, July 20, at fairgrounds

    The Henderson County Fair is set to open on Thursday, July 20, with several types of events running over six days at the Henderson County Fairgrounds. Read on...
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    Queen of Mississippi changes its stop here later this month

    The Queen of the Mississippi riverboat, scheduled to stop in Henderson Tuesday, July 25, has changed its schedule by one day. Read on...
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    Kyndle hosting 4th Friday Networking Luncheon on July 28

    Kyndle will host its monthly "4th Friday Networking Luncheon" on Friday, July 28. Read on...
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    Next 'Trash Talk' litter pickup set for Saturday, July 29

    The next Henderson City/County "Trash Talk" litter pick-up has been set for Saturday, July 29, and volunteers are needed. Read on...
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    Audubon Museum hosting new photography exhibit

    Audubon Museum at John James Audubon State Park is hosting a photography exhibit through September called "Adventures of the Outdoors." Read on...
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    Sandy Lee Songfest coming up on July 26-29

    The eighth-annual Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriters Festival, aka Sandy Lee Songfest, is coming up July 26-29 in downtown Henderson. Read on...
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    Kyndle hosting State of the County, City events

    As it does each year in July, Kyndle is hosting the annual State of the County and State of the City addresses this month. Read on...
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    Total eclipse expected to bring thousands to western Kentucky

    State and local agencies are preparing for a massive influx of visitors during a Total Solar Eclipse that will sweep across the region on the afternoon of Aug. 21. Read on...
  12. ArtsAlliance

    New season ticket packages now on sale for next HAAA season

    New subscribers now have the opportunity to purchase season ticket packages for the next performing arts season presented by Henderson Area Arts Alliance. Read on...
  13. Queen of Mississippi cancels stop in Henderson July 5.

    The Queen of the Mississippi operated by American Cruise Lines has canceled it stop in Henderson on Wednesday, July 5, because of changes in its itinerary leading up to the July 4th holiday. Read on...
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    Library collecting art work for Youth Art Exhibit

    Henderson County Public Library is collecting artwork for a Youth Art Exhibit through this Thursday, June 15. Read on...
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    Library offering summer reading, other educational programs

    Henderson County Public Library is offering several reading and other educational programs this summer during the break from the classroom. Read on...
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    Downtown Wind Down set for Thursday evenings all summer

    Downtown Henderson Partnership has renamed its Farm & Art Market and moved it to Thursdays this summer. Now called "Downtown Wind Down," the weekly event is set for Thursday in June and July except for the week of the W.C. Handy Blues & Barbecue Festival. Read on...
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    JFK Center offering free summer youth program

    The John F. Kennedy Community Center will offer a free summer youth program starting Tuesday, May 30. Read on...
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    Audubon Kid Zone hosting 'Summer Sizzler' series

    Audubon Kid Zone will kick off a weekly series of events called “Summer Sizzler” this Thursday, May 25, at the corner of Powell and Letcher streets in Henderson’s East End. Read on...
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    Bookmobile expanding summer schedule to include some local parks

    The Bookmobile service of the Henderson County Public Library is altering its schedule this summer to include some stops that it doesn't normally make when school is in session, including some City of Henderson parks. Read on...
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    HCC offering free 'soft skills'-related classes over next several weeks

    A follow-up to a "soft-skills" workshop offered recently by Kyndle, Henderson Community College and Workforce Solutions will offer a series of courses in three locations now through September. Read on...
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    Downtown Partnership launching 'First Friday' series

    Downtown Henderson Partnership is launching its "First Fridays" series this Friday, May 5 at The Depot/Audubon Mill Park. Read on...
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    Farmers Market at Fairgrounds opening for the season

    Although a couple of local growers have gotten an early start, the Henderson Farmers Market will officially open for the season on Tuesday. The market is located at the Cates & Porter Pavilion located at the Henderson County Fairgrounds. Read on...
  23. New storm siren operational

    The emergency storm siren located at U.S. 41 and Watson Lane is functional again. Read More
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    Vision Plan goals falling into place at one-year mark

    One year ago, the results of the Henderson Vision Plan were released in a report that revealed where residents, local business owners and community leaders think the community should be headed in the future. It's time to check in. Read More
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