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    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...
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    Kyndle Farm to Table event set for July 10

    Kyndle has set its popular Farm to Table Dinner for Monday, July 10. Read on...
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    CSX planning highway closures for rail work in July

    CSX Railroad is planning highway closures for rail crossing upgrades at several locations through parts of Henderson and Webster Counties starting after the July 4th Holiday. Read on...
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    Boat docks being removed today because of high river forecast

    City of Henderson Public Works crews are removing the boat docks at the riverfront and Hays boat ramps today because of the river level forecast. Read on...
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    July 4 holiday to alter trash collection schedule

    Trash collection in the City of Henderson and services at the landfill/transfer station will be operating on a different schedule the week of July 4. Read on...
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    Parks Department to show 'Lego Batman' at free Movie Night in Park

    A Free Movie Night offered by the City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will take place after the Downtown Wind Down event on Thursday, June 29. Read on...
  7. Summer riverboat stops starting on Wednesday, June 21

    The first of six planned stops at the Henderson riverfront by three different cruise companies is coming up this Wednesday, June 21. Read on...
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    City Finance Department earns distinction for annual report

    The City of Henderson’s Finance Department has received an award for excellence from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its annual financial report. Read on...
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    Hays Boat Ramp has reopened for boat launching

    Repairs have been completed at Hays Boat Ramp located in the City of Henderson’s Hays Park (near Park Field) and it has reopened for boat launching. 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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    Water/sewer work closing Clay Street near railroad tracks

    The City of Henderson plans to close Kentucky 812/Clay Street in Henderson starting Monday, June 12, and continuing for about a week. Read on...
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    Swim lessons offered at Atkinson Pool starting June 19

    Atkinson Park Pool will host swim lessons for age 6 and older starting June 19. Read on...
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    HCC announces Early College Academy for high school students

    An opportunity for students to attend Henderson Community College as a regular student while completing high school was announced at a press conference on Tuesday at the Sullivan Technology Center. 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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    Community Band starting rehearsals for July 4 concert

    The Henderson Community Band directed by Paul Metzger is starting rehearsals this Thursday, May 25, to prepare for its annual Fourth of July Concert. 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. ArtSupplies

    Awards presented in 25th-annual 'A Fresh Perspective' art exhibit

    Henderson Society of Art has presented awards in the 25th-annual "A Fresh Perspective" art exhibit now on exhibit at the John James Audubon State Park Museum. Read on...
  24. 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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