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Simulator shows HCHS students what it’s like driving drunk

  On Monday, April 15th, Hancock County High School hosted a Drive Safe Kentucky Presentation to help students understand  impaired driving. Impaired driving experience County Attorney Paul Madden, Jr. described some of the valuable offerings of this year’s presentation saying, “One of the functions that we’ve asked them to do today is to come in…

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Farmers concerned over new regulations for brooder houses

The first draft of an ordinance setting rules for poultry houses in the county was discussed at the Hancock County Fiscal Court Meeting on Monday evening, July 24th. Local farmers attended to voice their concerns and ideas. The goal of the fiscal court with the eventual passing of Ordinance 2023-03, after listening to farmers and…

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Daniel Boling; new Hancock County District Court Judge

Daniel Boling, attorney with Madden & Madden Attorneys at Law in Hawesville and Assistant County Attorney for 4 years now, will be the new Hancock County District Court Judge starting in January 2023 and replacing Judge John McCarty, who is retiring from the position after 20 years. It is possible that Boling will be one…

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Court to change Hancock’s medical billing services

Hancock County Fiscal Court recently entered into discussions with A&B Ambulance Medical Billing Services for the company to oversee the county’s ambulance billing services. As payment for its services, the company receives 12-percent of the amount collected from customers each month. The company remits all of the money collected to fiscal court, sends the court…

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