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Kasey Emmick

Hancock County Fair Wins Most Progressive Fair 2023

The Hancock County Fair was awarded Most Progressive Fair 2023 again this year at the Kentucky Association of Fairs & Horse Shows (KAFHS) Convention at the Galt House in Louisville this month. For our division (Zone 1, Div. A), this is one of the highest awards achievable. The award is based on the presentation of…

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Hawesville’s First Clean-Up Day a Great Success

On Saturday, April 22nd, the City of Hawesville held their first Amnesty Clean-up Day, and there was a good turn-out of around 100 volunteers. Paula Gray, Chair of the Hawesville Beautification Committee, and Co-Chair Rebecca Gaynor, helped organize the event, as well as delivering letters door-to-door. Hawesville City Mayor Robert McCormick and city council members…

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Guthrie visits Hancock to hear of local needs and issues

Second District U.S. Congressman Brett Guthrie visited Hancock County Monday, meeting with local education and government leadership to learn about local needs and priority projects he could likely assist with. Guthrie (R-Bowling Green) made stops at North Hancock Elementary School – where he talked to fifth-grade students about the separation of powers in federal government…

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Emmick’s tractor wins Most Unusual and Unique award

At the Lewisport Heritage Festival two weeks ago, an entry by Byron Emmick and son Kasey won the Most Unusual and Unique award at the tractor show. They entered a Christmas tree sprayer tractor built in the late 1940s. “It is a 1948 Farmall A & C cross,” Byron said. “A guy built seven of…

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