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Getting To Know You: Tracy Johnson

Tracy Johnson has served as Chairman of the Human Civil Rights Committee, through the U.S. Steel Workers Union at the Paper Mill, since 2008. He also served on the Kraftcor Federal Credit Union Board for 12 years, and was just recently appointed to the Hawesville City Council. He grew up in Lewisport, and his family…

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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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Rob McCormick joins Hawesville Council

Rob McCormick was sworn into the Hawesville Council by mayor, Charles King last Wednesday. He replaced Joy Haycraft on the council. Haycraft moved to Owensboro, KY. Council member Wayne Herndon made the motion to nominate McCormick for the seat, and council member Kevin Linn provided the second. All of the council members approved the measure,…

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Council passes amended budget

A light agenda greeted members of the Hawesville City Council at its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday evening. The meeting at City Hall lasted 30 minutes. The two major items on the agenda were the second reading of an ordinance to amend the 20-21 budget, and the first reading of the 21-22 fiscal year budget. The…

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Hawesville might get $800k for levy rehab

Hawesville’s river-adjacent residents could be a little safer soon if the city is awarded a nearly $800,000 grant through the Federal Emergency Management Agency to redo its levy. Blake Edge, from Green River Area Development District, told the Hawesville City Council during a special called meeting Tuesday that the city has been approved to apply…

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Gray pays for lift

Magistrate Mark Gray appeared before the Hawesville City Council Tuesday evening and presented a $4,000 check to the city of Hawesville to pay for an automotive lift the city recently purchased. The city purchased a lift that holds up to 10,000 pounds, which allows city workers to work on and repair vehicles. Gray used the…

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Hawesville property owners to be liable for renters’ old bills

Owners of rental properties will be on the hook for bills left behind by their renters, according to an ordinance introduced at the Hawesville City Council meeting Tuesday night. The ordinance places the responsibility of bills ultimately on the property owner, in response to old bills that have been left unpaid by renters who simply…

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