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In Henderson, it seemed that the total eclipse -- an event noted for bringing darkness -- brought everyone out into the light. [Read More]
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Holy Name School staff, students and visitors view the solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017. [Read More]
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Even President Trump and first lady Melania Trump are getting in on Monday's eclipse mania. [Read More]
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A fire originated in the back of the North Middle School building with a bank of transformers that feeds all the electricity into the school... [Read More]
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Golf... [Read More]
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Lebanese security forces say they've foiled a plot to blow up a plane with explosives hidden inside a large Barbie doll and meat grinder. Nathan... [Read More]
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City of Henderson Finance Director Robert Gunter said that his department has been alerted to a possible phone scam targeting utility customers. [Read More]
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Government scientists worried that their long-in-the-works assessment of climate change would be suppressed. The concern hardly rates as overwrought. [Read More]
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In her new memoir 'Rabbit,' comedian Patricia Williams recounts overcoming the odds after a difficult childhood. A 3-star book review. [Read More]
The U.S. Navy says the USS John S. McCain suffered 'significant damage' to its hull. Video provided by Newsy... [Read More]
North Korea's official government newspaper warned  against "reckless behavior." [Read More]
The Henderson County Sheriff's Office is investigating an unusual situation where a naked man was found tied up on the road in the area of... [Read More]
After 12 deep bongs at noon, the bell began its longest period of silence since it first rang out in 1859. [Read More]
The Kentucky State Police are investigating a shooting involving a Henderson police officer and a civilian early Monday morning. One person is injured but still... [Read More]
On this week's 'Game of Thrones,' Dany too realized nothing is as important as defeating the White Walkers. [Read More]
After a recent "positive" column, a couple of readers reached out to tell me that enough is enough. [Read More]
Banning books and mascots, and tearing down statues are unproductive attempts to conceal or revise history. [Read More]
Evansville, IN. August 18, 2017 — Communities across the United States answered the call from State Farm® to submit causes that would make a positive... [Read More]
Maddie Griggs scored three goals and Katie Bickers had two assists as Henderson County defeated Ohio County 4-0 Saturday night on the road. [Read More]
In the late 1850's, a humble, inconspicuous monk began to experiment with pea plants. Born Johann Mendel, he assumed the name Gregor upon entering the... [Read More]
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