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Lisa Hagman

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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Chamber Breakfast, United Way of the Ohio Valley Awards & Recognition

The Hancock County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast was Tuesday April 11th, at 7:30 a.m., at the Career Center. United Way of the Ohio Valley (UWOV) sponsored the event. UWOV President Paula Yevincy spoke about the Culture of Giving. Local businesses and individuals were recognized and presented with awards for their outstanding service to the community.…

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Angie Swihart – New FCS Extension Agent for Hancock County

At the Farm City Dinner on Monday evening, February 20th Hancock County Agricultural Natural Resources Extension Agent Evan Tate announced Angie Swihart as the County’s new Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Extension Agent.  “I’m excited for this new opportunity to support Hancock County,” Angie said. “I’m very new at the extension part of this, but…

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Hancock County Homemakers recognize Thelma Robertson

The Hancock County Homemakers had their Annual Meeting last week at the Hawesville Baptist Church. Homemaker Council President, Lesa Keown, conducted the meeting. She read historical Hancock Clarion articles regarding the Homemakers from 1947 and 1967. Thelma Robertson was presented a plaque in recognition of her 75 years as a member of Hancock County Homemakers.…

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