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Bid awarded to GN; Dukes Fire Department

  The Hancock County Fiscal Court met on Monday morning, September 11th. The lowest bid, submitted by GN Excavating, was approved by the court for the construction of a new Fire Station for the Dukes Fire Department located on Happy Hollow Road in Hawesville. Low Bid Judge-Executive Johnny “Chic” Roberts said bids opened last week…

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Independence Day Celebration at Vastwood Park; TUESDAY, July 4th

The Fourth of July Independence Day Celebration at Vastwood Park will be on Tuesday, July 4th. The fireworks display will begin at 9:00 p.m. and will be provided by the company Pyro Shows. The event is sponsored by Hancock County Fiscal Court. Music From 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., the Tailgate Band will be performing…

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Farmer’s Market opening Saturday, June 3rd at Vastwood Park

Everyone is invited to shop and vend at the Hancock County Farmer’s Market at Vastwood Park on Saturday, June 3rd, beginning at 7 a.m. Please bring your produce, flowers, plants, homemade goodies and other wares to sell. There is no charge to set-up! Come out and support local growers and purchase fresh, locally grown produce.…

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Lady Hornets fall to Breck; sweep doubleheader

Three Breckinridge County Lady Tigers belted home runs during a 10-4 win over Hancock County in a district contest at Vastwood Park Tuesday. A 2-run hit by Ella House gave the Lady Hornets the lead in the first inning, but Breck’s Raelyn Adkisson replied with a 2-run home run in the second. A solo homer…

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Keown blasts HR; Dixon breaks all-time stolen base record

Kaleb Keown hit a home run and knocked in six runs while the Hornets knocked off Henderson County 11-7 at Henderson Tuesday. The Colonels led 1-0 through two innings before Keown smacked a 2-run triple in the third. Drew Lyday followed with a sacrifice fly and Hancock County grabbed a 3-1 advantage. Colin Johnson drew…

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Lady Hornets beat Tell City 15-0

Gracie Gaynor belted a home run and the Lady Hornets offense produced 15 hits during a 15-0 win over Tell City at Vastwood Park Tuesday. The game was called after four innings due to the run rule. Hancock County (5-2) took a 3-0 lead in the first inning on RBI hits by Ella Staples and…

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