Debris Removal on Twin Bridges set for this week

Henderson, KY 11/7/22- Motorists that typically access the US 41 Twin Bridges in Henderson during their commute should anticipate southbound lane restrictions beginning Wednesday, November 9th. 

paid for by Chip Stauffer for Sheriff

According to state highway officials, crews will be clearing trash and other debris from the bridges November 9th & 10th. Debris removal will begin southbound in the driving lane and will take place from 7AM – 5PM. 

The Northbound direction is scheduled for Thursday and will operate on the same hours. Timely traffic advisories for the 11 counties of KYTC Highway District 2 are available at You do not have to be a Facebook member to access this page.


42ND Veteran’s Day Program at SMS

Henderson, KY 11/2/22 – South Middle School in Henderson to host their 42nd Annual Veteran’s Day Program as they honor all veterans, first responders, as well as their families. The program is set to begin on Friday, November 11th at 9AM but they also plan to host a breakfast buffet which will begin at 7:30AM. Program organizers say their guest…

Homicide Investigation Ongoing in Henderson

Henderson, KY 11/2/2022- The Henderson Police Department says they are investigating a homicide after officers were dispatched to the 2300 block of Carter Drive to the report of a male laying in front of his residence. Just after 4PM on Sunday, officers arrived at the scene locating a male lying on the ground in the yard deceased. The Henderson County…

Public Works Beginning Leaf Removal

HENDERSON, KY 10/31/22 – Autumn leaves are falling, and the City of Henderson’s Public Works will soon start vacuuming your leaves! The Henderson Water Utility reminds property owners not to rake leaves out INTO the street because they can get into storm water drains and cause problems including localized flooding. Raking leaves into the street is, in fact, a violation…

KYTC’s Annual ‘Antler Alert’ Provides Reminder of Fall Driving Hazard

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Oct. 4, 2022) – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has issued an annual “Antler Alert” to remind motorists that the peak season for deer-vehicle collisions has arrived.  About half of all such crashes occur during the last three months of the year. “October, November, and December bring a noticeable increase in highway collisions involving deer,” KYTC Secretary Jim Gray…