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Hancock County Chamber of Commerce

Small Business Saturday, Market Day this weekend

The Hancock County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Saturday and Market Day events will be this Saturday, November 27. The business event will be at various participating businesses throughout Hancock County, and the Chamber will have registration available to receive a $25 gift certificate to be used at any member businesses at each Small Business…

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Farewell Hancock County

Farewell Hancock County, I am going to miss you. For those of you who have not heard, I am resigning my position at the Hancock Clarion and moving to Minnesota to be near my sister. She is the only immediate family I have left in the world, and I want to be by my family.…

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Hancock County Fiscal approves four-way stop at airport entrance

The intersection of Lee Henderson Road and Airport Road near Lewisport will become a four-way stop following approval by Hancock County Fiscal Court. Judge-Executive Judge-Executive Johnny “Chic” Roberts, Jr., said the roads have become very busy recently with construction and industry traffic in the area. The hope is the four-way stop will slow down traffic…

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Hancock County creating “one-stop” website

Many times visitors or new residents of Hancock County do not know where to look for information about Hancock County. A person from 300 miles away visiting Jeffreys Cliff may not know where to eat in Hancock County after hiking the trails.  A new resident may not know where to take his or her vehicle…

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Chamber names Newton Citizen of The Year

Pictured form left: Pam Bolen, Bradley Laslie, Kerstyn Dillon, Ashley Laslie, Jay Newton, Julie Newton, award recipient, AJ Newton and Alesha Newton. The Hancock County Chamber of Commerce named Julie Newton as its 2021 Citizen of The Year at its annual dinner at the Hancock County Fairgrounds Monday evening. Newton serves as the Audubon Area…

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Chamber Director Pam Bolen, retires after seven years

Seven years ago the Chamber was looking for a director and they choose Pam Bolen, who’s now retiring after seven years. “You know, anytime you take on a new job, you don’t know if you’re the right fit or not, but I started getting in the role of it and just really enjoyed being with…

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