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Precast concrete could mean better local roads in the future | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 15, 2018
Precast reinforced concrete. You may have never heard of it before, but you could be driving over it very soon if you use a specific Interstate 20 on ramp in the ArkLaTex.
Students look to future during the first day of classes at VGCC | Henderson Dispatch
Henderson Dispatch | August 14, 2018
Familiarity and the prospect of new opportunity was on the minds of students at the VGCC Main Campus on Monday, as the first day of classes for the fall semester got underway at all four Vance–Granville Community College campuses.
Cabdriver killer Carey Dean Moore recounts how he got to death row | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 14, 2018
From the day in 1979 when he was picked up, driving a stolen red station wagon with a .32-caliber handgun under the driver's seat, Moore has admitted to shooting two cabdrivers.
Nebraska ready to put Carey Dean Moore to death | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 14, 2018
Barring any successful last-minute appeals to try to stop his execution, 60-year-old Carey Dean Moore will be put to death by the state of Nebraska at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
'I had to get out of there': Fire rages around Glacier Park's Lake McDonald | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 14, 2018
APGAR VILLAGE — Dana Wright’s family has deep roots in Glacier National Park.
MIT study: MI election performance drops, OH & IL increase, MN stays at 2 | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 14, 2018
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently released its rankings of how well each state facilitated its elections in 2016. There were a number of fluctuations in Midwest states from the 2012 results.
Henderson Dispatch | August 14, 2018
No arrest has been in the shooting death of a Warrenton man in Vance County near the end of July, which the Vance County Sheriff’s Office released information about Monday.
Fed looks to crack down on blue-state tax workaround before many are implemented | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 13, 2018
The IRS has a pending rule that could disqualify efforts by blue states to subvert a cap on how much in state and local taxes a resident can write off on their federal tax returns, potentially making a pending Illinois…
Animal Shelter, what's next? | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 13, 2018
As the week-long animal shelter frenzy simmers, the common goal across the board for the Henderson Animal Shelter remains the same: adopt more, euthanize less.
TSCRA seeking information on missing tractor in county | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 13, 2018
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Ranger Larry Hand is seeking information after the recent theft of a Kubota tractor from a property near Laneville.
School Supply Train | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 13, 2018
Eduardo Yanez, 5, Lindsey Ledesma, 8, and Jacob Ledesma, 6, receive new school supplies during the Yates Park Project’s School Supply Train on Thursday at the Henderson Civic Center. This year 697 students received free school supplies. For almost 35…
Accreditation  earned for sleep center | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 13, 2018
UT Health Henderson Sleep Disorders Center recently received program accreditation from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM).
Man arrested for failing to stop following wreck | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 13, 2018
A Henderson man is in the Rusk County Jail after he failed to stop following a two vehicle wreck.
Investigator: Possible Bigfoot spotting off Route 4 | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 13, 2018
WHITEHALL — A driver witnessed a 6- to 6 ½-foot black creature off of Route 4 Tuesday night at around 10:10 p.m., investigator Paul Bartholomew said, which coincides with historic trends in the area.
Harmonica player still drawing royalties from 2013 hit 'Timber' | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 12, 2018
Paul Harrington sat at his kitchen table this week and played a tune some may find familiar.
Henderson Dispatch | August 12, 2018
Area residents will soon have a wider range of fitness options to choose from later this year when a new Planet Fitness location is slated to open off Beckford Drive in the Henderson Marketplace shopping center.
KVA celebrates its 50th anniversary | Henderson Dispatch
Henderson Dispatch | August 11, 2018
Kerr-Vance Academy is celebrating 50 years of having a commitment to the community and students.
Henderson Dispatch | August 11, 2018
HENDERSON — The Henderson-Vance Industrial Park will have the potential to add more businesses after the Vance County Board of Commissioners on Monday approved spending $1.7 million to purchase 84 acres next to the park.
VGCC president leaves on a high note | Henderson Dispatch
Henderson Dispatch | August 10, 2018
Friday marks Stelfanie Williams’ last day as Vance-Granville Community College president.
EDC meets interim VGCC president | Henderson Dispatch
Henderson Dispatch | August 10, 2018
The recently appointed interim president of Vance-Granville Community College introduced himself to the Henderson-Vance County Economic Development Commission earlier this week during the board’s meeting where they discussed matters surrounding the county’s new marketing campaign and land purcha...
34 charges added for Wisconsin gymnastics coach accused of taping children | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 10, 2018
The Racine County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday wrapped up its investigation of the Wind Lake Gymnastics Center coach accused of possessing child pornography and placing a hidden recording device in the bathroom of his facility.
Woman accused of threatening to kill child while live streaming on Facebook | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 10, 2018
A Davenport woman is accused of going live on Facebook on Thursday and pouring rubbing alcohol on her 2-year-old disabled child and threatening to kill the child, Davenport police said.
Milwaukee man allegedly posted 'cut off his head' in Facebook threats on deputies | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 10, 2018
Edgar Tellez, 21, is charged with one felony count of terrorist threats and nine felony counts of making threats to a law enforcement officer.
Gordon: Wyoming closed for business after Bank of the West announcement | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 10, 2018
Wyoming State Treasurer and current Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Gordon has fired back at the Bank of the West following its decision to pull its investments from the fossil fuel industry, impacting millions of dollars in public monies managed by…
Henderson Daily News | August 10, 2018
GREAT FALLS — George Brown of Tiburon, California, was looking forward to seeing the fantastic scenery and riding a horse after signing up for an eight-day trip through Montana's Bob Marshall Wilderness with his brother-in-law, Al Ball.
Henderson Dispatch | August 10, 2018
At Monday's meeting of the Granville County Board of Education, the board unanimously voted not to participate in the Granville County Chamber of Commerce's 2018 Annual New Teachers' Breakfast because of the inclusion of a charter school, leading to the…
A love of music driving Henderson resident's career | Henderson Dispatch
Henderson Dispatch | August 09, 2018
Leah Hinton, 27, who writes and records her own music, has been singing since she was little.
Breakfast shows appreciation to law enforcement | Henderson Dispatch
Henderson Dispatch | August 09, 2018
The morning after the community got the chance to mingle with law enforcement during National Night Out, an annual breakfast meant to show the community’s appreciation for law enforcement was held at the Golden Corral in Henderson.
Man pleads not guilty to hazing bison at Yellowstone National Park | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 09, 2018
An Oregon man accused of harassing a bison in Yellowstone National Park pleaded not guilty Wednesday.
Racine man allegedly steals cookies from car, then falls asleep driving | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 09, 2018
John L. Roberts, 59, is charged with misdemeanor counts of theft and possession of marijuana.
Message in a dream leads photographer to a stunning scene | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 09, 2018
A shaft of light and the drifting mist shadowed the playful deer and the geese in a perfect moment — caught forever by photographer Shelly Angell-Gravgaard’s lens.
Ohio Congressional race remains too close to call; GOP in lead | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 09, 2018
With all precincts reporting but absentee and provisional votes yet to be counted, the special election for Ohio’s 12th Congressional District remains too close to call. Republican Troy Balderson is edging out Democrat Danny O’Connor by less than one percent.
Marshall man arrested for Sexual Assault of a Child | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 09, 2018
(MARSHALL, TX)- A Marshall man is behind bars accused of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child.
Henderson Dispatch | August 09, 2018
NEW BERN – A Henderson man was recently sentenced in federal court to 10 years in prison due to 2017 gun charges.
UPDATE: Aunt says 2-year-old girl is awake and talking after she and her brother were struck by a train Tuesday morning in Portage | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
PORTAGE — Caleb Wilson loved trains and his little sister, Ellie, loved her brother.
Bipartisan group urges Congress to reform civil asset forfeiture laws | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
A bipartisan group of nonprofits is urging Congress to begin remedying what has been dubbed “policing for profit” – pernicious civil asset forfeiture proceedings on the part of federal, state and local law enforcement authorities.
Portage man charged with sexually touching female employee | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
VALPARAISO — A 38-year-old Portage man faces a felony count of sexual battery based on allegations of repeatedly inappropriately touching a female employee.
Police: 30 pounds of marijuana found after trooper stopped man for speeding | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
PORTAGE — A 24-year-old California man was arrested Monday after police found about 30 pounds of marijuana in the vehicle he was driving, according to a news release.
Four have drowned this season in Northwest Indiana lakes and ponds | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
Four have drowned, and eight others have escaped or been rescued from Northwest Indiana's perilous waters this season.
Boys & Girls Club Women's Symposium | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
Linda Cooper, a former Citizens National Bank Vice President, was the keynote speaker during the Boys & Girls Club of Rusk County’s third annual Women’s Symposium Leadership and Power of the Purse Auction Tuesday afternoon at the Henderson Civic Center.…
Man, 18, accused of rape during Hammond home invasion faces new charges in 2nd burglary | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
Two men — one of them accused last month of raping a woman during a Hammond home invasion — are charged with committing a burglary July 8 at another Hammond home.
HIM blessed with community support | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
In the past two weeks there has been an overwhelming amount of help with food and funds for summer at Henderson Interchurch Ministry.
Whiting's First Civilian Lifesaving Award to go to lifeguards from St. John who saved boy following Jet Ski collision | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
WHITING — The 17-year-old boy who suffered a traumatic brain injury and underwent surgery and a medically induced coma following a Jet Ski collision in June on Lake Michigan at Whihala Beach is reportedly improving and now talking.
New judge assigned to South Haven church youth leader charged in underage sex case | Henderson Daily News
Henderson Daily News | August 08, 2018
VALPARAISO — A youth leader at a South Haven church who is charged with various sex-related offenses involving an underage boy made an initial appearance Monday in a new courtroom as his case moves forward.
Henderson Dispatch | August 08, 2018
The Warren County Schools’ summer feeding program helped keep children fed, bridging the food gap between the school year and summer.
Henderson Dispatch | August 08, 2018
HENDERSON – In a recent survey, Vance County residents and business owners said they are not satisfied with the county’s high-speed broadband internet service. Sixty seven percent of businesses reported weekly or daily delays in transmissions. Thirty-six percent of residents…
Henderson Dispatch | August 08, 2018
During their regular meeting Monday night the Warren County Commissioners voted for a second time to appoint current commissioner, Bertadean Baker, to interim county manager after concerns over a conflict of interest arose around the first vote.