Government

Traffic ADVISORY -Closure of a Section of KY 416 in HENDERSON County TODAY.

Traffic ADVISORY -Closure of a Section of KY 416 in HENDERSON County TODAY.

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 19th, 2017

0 Comments

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has closed a section of KY 416 in HENDERSON County TODAY. KY 416 is closed between the 0 and 2 mile marker to all 3 cross drains to be replaced. This is along KY 416 just east of US 41-Alternate in […]

CONNECTGRADD RURAL INTERNET SERVICE EXPANDS – UPGRADES IN MCLEAN COUNTY

CONNECTGRADD RURAL INTERNET SERVICE EXPANDS – UPGRADES IN MCLEAN COUNTY

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 16th, 2017

0 Comments

Many rural residents of McLean County can now get faster, video-capable Internet connections through ConnectGRADD after upgrades to services in several parts of the county. Expanded services in or near Livermore, Sacramento, Glenville, and Rumsey were announced this week, as well as service for the […]

HPD K9 Unit Places 4th in the Region at Field Trials

HPD K9 Unit Places 4th in the Region at Field Trials

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 16th, 2017

0 Comments

Between May 8-10, 2017, the Henderson Police Department K9 team competed in the US Police Canine Association regional field trials. The trials consist of certification in Narcotics Detection, Patrol Work, and Tracking. The region consists of police K9 teams from Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio. Officer […]

Gov. Bevin Signs Rep. Suzanne Miles’ Landmark Pro-Manufacturing Legislation at Gibbs Die Casting in Henderson, KY

Gov. Bevin Signs Rep. Suzanne Miles’ Landmark Pro-Manufacturing Legislation at Gibbs Die Casting in Henderson, KY

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 15th, 2017

0 Comments

Governor Matt Bevin (Front, Center) was in Henderson, KY on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 to sign Rep. Suzanne Miles’ (Back, Second from Left) vital bill, HB 184, for Kentucky’s economy. House Bill 184 makes the aluminum hauling process in Kentucky more efficient, and will have […]

93 Year Old Union County Resident is Gold Medal Champion

93 Year Old Union County Resident is Gold Medal Champion

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 15th, 2017

0 Comments

Elizabeth Brown (93) of Union County participated in Basketball Hotshot during the May 31, 2017, Senior Games in the Park sponsored by GRADD, BB&T, and Daviess County Parks and Recreation. Seniors from across the GRADD region participated in Corn Hole, Football Throw, Basketball Hot Shot, […]

Kentucky’s unemployment rate decreases to 5 percent in May 2017

Kentucky’s unemployment rate decreases to 5 percent in May 2017

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 15th, 2017

0 Comments

FRANKFORT, Ky. (June 15, 2017) – Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary May unemployment rate was 5 percent, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. The unemployment rate for May 2017 was down 0.1 percentage […]

Flag Day ceremony taking place at Worsham Post 40

Flag Day ceremony taking place at Worsham Post 40

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 14th, 2017

0 Comments

HENDERSON, Ky. — A ceremony of retirement for unserviceable flags is set for Flag Day, Wednesday, June 14, at American Legion Post 40 in Henderson. The ceremony starts at 6 p.m. This is open to the public and everyone is encouraged to bring unserviceable flags […]

JFK center hosting Handy children’s art camp

JFK center hosting Handy children’s art camp

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 14th, 2017

0 Comments

HENDERSON, Ky. – The City of Henderson’s John F. Kennedy Community Center will host the 27th-annual W.C. Handy Children’s Art Camp on Thursday, June 15. The camp, which takes place from 1 to 3 p.m., is designed to help the community’s children get ready for […]

Road Closing TODAY: North Elm St. between Barker and Watson Lane

Road Closing TODAY: North Elm St. between Barker and Watson Lane

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 14th, 2017

0 Comments

North Elm Street between Barker Rd. and Watson Lane will be closed Wednesday (06-14-2017), starting at 8:00 a.m. The street is expected to re-open by the end of the day. Both north-bound and south-bound lanes will be closed, with local access only. Crews from Henderson […]

City Races will Continue to Appear on May Primary Ballot

Bill Stephens, Web Editor

June 14th, 2017

0 Comments

Without a vote the Henderson City Commission has decided not to change the way Primary elections are currently conducted. A proposed ordinance that would have eliminated primary elections for the offices of mayor and city commissioner died for the lack of a second at Tuesday […]