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    Schools list locations for Summer Feeding Program

    Henderson County Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Read on...
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    Genealogy in the Park

    What could be more fun than spending time in Audubon Mill Park eating and talking about genealogy? After all, it's a historic place. Read on...
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    Kyndle's new program for veterans has begun

    Kyndle Warriors, an exciting new workforce initiative, will recruit and match skilled and motivated armed forces veterans with employers in Henderson, Union, Webster and McLean counties. Read on...
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    Delkers gets Sidewalk Dining permit

    Delkers Bar & Music Venue and The Alley joins others offering the great outdoors as part of their establishment. Read on...
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    June walking tour to showcase W.C. Handy

    For its first-Saturday-of the month walking tour of historic downtown Henderson, The Depot Community Room will on June 4 feature “Father of the Blues” W.C. Handy in honor of the upcoming Blues festival that bears his name. Read on...
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    DHP hosting "Empty Building and Loft Tour"

    A walking tour showcasing the residential side of downtown as well as spaces available for new businesses opportunities is planned for Saturday, June 4. Read on...
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    Kyndle to celebrate its Centennial

    Annual Celebration on June 9 will offer a walk down memory lane to revisit the 100-year history of Kyndle's roots. Read on...
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    Library to offer 'Passport Saturday'

    Henderson County Public Library offers Saturday hours for passport services to help those who can't make it to library on weekday hours. Read on...
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    Planters gets Sidewalk Dining permit

    Planters Cafe & Coffee Bar on Main Street starts sidewalk. Read on...
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    Flowers, tributes allowed for Memorial day

    In observance of Memorial Day, officials of Fernwood and Fairmont Cemeteries are allowing placement of flowers on burial spaces beginning Friday, May 27. They may remain until Sunday, June 5. Read on...
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    Memorial Day holiday to alter trash collection

    Trash collection schedule to be compacted for holiday week. Read on...
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    Planners honor, spotlight Henderson's Vision Plan

    The Henderson Vision Plan received a special merit award for “Outstanding Comprehensive Plan” from the Kentucky Chapter of the American Planning Association on May 19. Read on...
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    Downtown Farm & Art Market opening June 1

    A curveball from Mother Nature delayed the opening of the one-evening-per week Farm & Art Market that’s an extension of the Henderson Farmers Market, but it's set to begin Wednesday, June 1, in Audubon Mill Park. Read on...
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    Henderson recognized as 'Playful City USA'

    For the second consecutive year, the City of Henderson has been awarded the Playful City USA designation from KaBoom!, a national non-profit organization. Read on...
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    Rockhouse @ Wolf's gets Sidewalk Dining permit

    Restaurant at First & Green streets is first of the season. Read on...
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    Lt. Gov. Hampton speaks at HCHS assembly

    Entrepreneurship, education and leading by example are main themes of her program. Read on...
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  26. 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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