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Hancock County Kentucky

Beulah (Jackson) McDaniel

Beulah (Jackson) McDaniel passed away peacefully in Northville, Michigan on March 14, 2023 while watching her beloved game shows. She was 98 years old. A small family memorial will be held later this year. Born in Hancock County, Kentucky on October 10, 1924 to Lee and Stella Jackson, she was the eldest of seven children.…

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Hornets’ streak at 5 after win over Henderson

Logan Willis went the distance on the mound and the Hornets won 8-1 over Henderson County at Vastwood Park’s Tommy Keown Field Tuesday. It was the fifth consecutive victory for Hancock County. The Hornets (5-1) took control in the second inning when they rallied with two outs. Colin Johnson led off the frame with a…

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Stephanie Lamar named as Victim’s Advocate

Stephanie Lamar is the first to hold the position of Victim’s Advocate in Hancock County, and started on Monday, January 2nd, 2023. Hancock County Attorney Paul Madden, Jr. said that Stephanie’s general responsibilities will be to keep the victim informed of the nature of court proceedings so that they can understand. “Because often lay persons…

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Hancock County Chamber Breakfast; State of the County Meeting

The Hancock County Chamber of Commerce held their first meeting of the year on Tuesday morning, January 10th at the Lewisport Library – a Chamber Breakfast and a State of the County meeting. Judge/Executive Johnny Roberts, Lewisport Mayor Chad Gregory and newly elected Hawesville Mayor Robbie McCormick spoke about their plans for this year. Judge…

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Mysterious Panther Roaming

By Ralph Dickerson A mysterious large cat or cats roam the woods of Hancock County, and no one knows exactly what type of felines they are. Over the years, some people claim they saw a Mountain Lion, while others claim they saw a black panther. Is it possible for either animal to exist in Hancock…

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