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    Preston Arts Center hosting UL Jazz Band for concert on Saturday

    The University of Louisville Jazz Band will be sharing the stage with the Castle High School band to bring a night of jazz and big band music to the Preston Arts Center. Read on...
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    National Geographic Photo Ark Exhibit now open at Preston Arts Center galleries

    The Preston Arts Center is hosting the Photo Ark exhibit from National Geographic beginning this week. Read on...
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    HPD taking applications for a new session of Citizen Police Academy

    The Henderson City Police Department is now accepting applications for their annual Citizen Police Academy. Read on...
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    Program on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. planned at JFK Center on Thursday, Jan. 24

    John F. Kennedy Community Center will host a program for the After School Children at 3:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24. Read on...
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    Ceremony at library launches Henderson County Schools Sesquicentennial celebration

    A short ceremony was held Wednesday afternoon to announce that Henderson County Schools and the Henderson County Public Library have partnered together to host a year-long celebration of 150 years of public education in Henderson County. Read on...
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    Legislative Preview Breakfast outlines challenges for local legislators

    Kyndle and the Chamber of Commerce hosted the Legislative Update Breakfast Monday morning, Jan. 14, to give legislators a chance to share what ideas and challenges the city and state could be facing over the next few years. Read on...
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    Change in software system could slow down Collections office

    A change in the software used by the City of Henderson’s Finance Department – which includes the Collections office – could result in some delays as customer service representatives begin working with a new computer system starting Tuesday, Jan. 22. Read on...
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    DHP accepting nominations for annual Awards Breakfast

    The Downtown Henderson Partnership is now accepting nominations for its annual awards to be presented at the 24th Annual Awards Breakfast on March 22. Read on...
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    OVAL opening colorful new exhibit at Citi-Center gallery

    The Ohio Valley Art League will be hosting a reception for the exhibit, “Dreaming in Color,” by Lynn Buckman on Thursday, Jan. 17, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the OVAL Gallery in the Citi Center building in downtown Henderson at 230 Second St. Read on...
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    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday trash collection scheduled

    Trash collection in the City of Henderson and services at the landfill/transfer station will be operating on a different schedule the week of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, Jan. 21. Read on...
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    2019 marks 150 years of public education in Henderson

    This year marks the 150th anniversary of public education in Henderson and Henderson County Schools will mark the Sesquicentennial by hosting several events throughout 2019 beginning with a Kick-Off Celebration. Read on...
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    KYTC making preparations for possible winter storm

    A winter storm will impact much of the area starting late Friday afternoon and continuing into the weekend. Read on...
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    I-69 public comment period continues through Feb. 8

    If you didn't have the opportunity to attend the public hearing at Preston Arts Center on Jan. 7 about the remaining options for the I-69 River Crossing, you can still make your voice heard through Feb. 8. Read on...
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    Children's winter programs heat up at public library

    School’s started again so it’s time for the winter session of children’s programs at the Henderson County Public Library. Read on...
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    Friends of Audubon group sets annual meeting for Jan. 28

    The Friends of Audubon organization, a community support group for John James Audubon State Park, will host its annual meeting and luncheon on Monday, Jan. 28. Read on...
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    VITA tax preparation site to open on Feb. 2

    The Volunteer and Information Center and United Way of Henderson County will again provide the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Read on...
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    Central Corridor selected as preferred route for I-69

    The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) have identified the Central Alternative as the preferred route for the proposed I-69 Ohio River Crossing (I-69 ORX). Read on...
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    Conservation practices can help lower utility bills

    Higher than anticipated costs for natural gas and early cold temperatures are teaming up to indicate that consumers can expect to see increases in their utility bills, likely throughout the winter season. Read on...
  19. 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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