Henderson, KY

Nestled along the banks of the Ohio River in Western Kentucky, Henderson is a hidden gem of the Midwest. Because of its proximity to major cities like Nashville, Indianapolis, Cinncinati, and St. Louis, Henderson is an ideal location for those who prefer small-town charm but easy access to the big city lights. Henderson offers affordable housing, top-notch schools, fantastic shopping and dining, and access to world-class medical facilities while maintaining a courteous, know-your-neighbor atmosphere. Henderson is a popular place to live, work, and visit, and is growing at a rapid pace.

Population: 28,859 people. Since 2010, it has had a population growth of 1.4%.
Mayor: Mayor Steve Austin
Major Attractions/Events: The Farmer & The Frenchman Winery, John James Audubon State Park & Museum, Ellis Park Race Track, The W.C. Handy Blues & Barbecue Festival, The Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriters’ Festival, and Bluegrass in the Park.
Climate: Average temps range from 26° to 90°. Rainfall averages 42 inches annually and snowfall averages 13 inches annually. Because of its location in the Ohio River Valley, you can never be too sure about what to expect with the weather so it’s always best to prepare for just about anything!

Everything's A Dollar
Doesn't everyone love a store where all the stuff is just $1? Henderson is going to be home to the newest MIghty Dollar Store-->
Safe Trick-or-Treating
Looking for an alternative to walking door to door for trick or treat? Here are some local choices for your little ghosts and goblins!
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Trick or Treat in the Mall
Enjoy trick-or-treating in the mall from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. on  Friday, October 31 at 5000 Frederica Street...
News Hoax
As I was chatting with one of my freelancer writers (and cruising around Facebook at the same time), I ran across a post that someone had shared entitled 17 Bodies Found in Ohio River Near Henderson Kentucky. Naturally, my interest was piqued and my job requires that I investigate anything as signif…
Tri-State Makeup Days
Hey kids! Remember how excited you were when you woke up on December 6th, 9th, and 10th and found out you didn't have to go to school because of the snow? Funny story, now you have to go on days you weren't originally scheduled to because of it. Hilarious, right? Why are you crying?
Chandelle’s New Favorite Hangout – Delizio on the Corner
The other day, a friend and I decided to take a motorcycle ride since the weather was so nice out. We managed to venture across the bridge into Henderson, which we aren't familiar with at all. Around 5 pm we realized that traffic going back into Evansville was most likely going to be a nightmar…

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