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    HART to host annual 'Try Transit Day' on Oct. 27

    HART will offer free bus rides all day as well as hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and RC Cola from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the HART office, 401 N. Elm St. Read on...
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    Gas, Public Works departments have moved; no changes in utility bill collection locations

    With the opening of the new City of Henderson Municipal Service Center, the offices of Henderson Municipal Gas and most divisions of Public Works are now located at that building. There are no changes in utility bill collection locations. Read on...
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    POW! to award $21,000 in grants to non-profits

    The Partnership of Women (POW!) will award grants to three non-profit organizations at its annual dinner on Nov. 7. The top vote getter will receive $15,000 and the two runners-up will each get $3,000. Read on...
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    HWU, HFD to do annual testing of fire hydrants over next two weeks

    Starting Monday, Oct. 16, the Henderson Water Utility and Henderson Fire Department will team up on the annual testing of fire hydrants. Read on...
  5. City manager, city attorney earn highest level of training from KLC

    City Manager Russell Sights and City Attorney Dawn S. Kelsey recognized for their educational achievement during the City Officials Training Center (COTC) Awards Program at the 2017 KLC Conference & Expo on Oct. 4. Read on...
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    OVAL hosting Greg Powell Memorial Exhibit at Citi Center Gallery

    Ohio Valley Art League (OVAL) is hosting an opening reception for an exhibit at its Citi Center Gallery called the Greg Powell Memorial Exhibit. Read on...
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  8. U.S. 60 bridge at Spottsville continues to be one lane

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) advises motorists that traffic will continue to be reduced to one lane and controlled by a traffic signal on the U.S. 60 bridge over the Green River in the Henderson County community of Spottsville. Read on...
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    Henderson receives 2017 Community of the Year Award at GRADD annual dinner

    The City of Henderson was named 2017 Community of the Year on Monday, Oct. 2, at the 49th-annual Green River Area Development District annual dinner. Read on...
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    Library has started its fall programs for children

    It’s time for the fall session of children’s programs at the Henderson County Public Library. Beginning Monday, Oct. 2, there will be fun for all ages in the children’s department. Read on...
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    Board of Commissioners meeting scheduled changed for October

    The City of Henderson Board of Commissioners meeting schedule has been altered for the month of October. Read on...
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    Kyndle seeking nominations for Industry of the Year

    Kyndle is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Industry of the Year Award for Henderson, McLean, Union and Webster counties. Read on...
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    Sandy Lee Songfest awards $20,000 in grants to four local organizations

    The annual Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriters Festival has announced grant awards to four local organization from proceeds of the 2017 festival that took place in downtown Henderson in late July. Read on...
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    Ohio River Sweep poster contest now open to entries

    Students in grades K-12 are invited to design a poster for the 29th-annual Ohio River Sweep. Read on...
  16. 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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