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At the July 16, 2019 Fiscal Court meeting, employees Eric Sebree and Jesse Breedlove were recognized for five years of service to Hopkins County. Pictured, from left: Public Works Director Ken Boucherie, Eric Sebree, Judge-Executive Jack Whitfield, Jesse Breedlove, and Road Foreman Tim Gordon.
Tracy Browning was sworn in as Treasurer at the June 25, 2019 meeting of the Hopkins County Fiscal Court by Judge-Executive Jack Whitfield, Jr. In the background are Randall Hardesty of the County Attorney’s office and Fourth District Magistrate Ronnie Noel.
Beginning June 3, 2019 the following Convenience Centers will begin summer hours of operation, 7 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday:
• East Diamond Convenience Center, Highway 85, Madisonville
• Hanson Convenience Center, Highway 260 E., Hanson
• Oak Hill Convenience Center, U.S. Highway 41-A, Nortonville
All other Convenience Centers will continue their normal operating hours.
For more information, call (270) 821-8294.
During the May 21, 2019 meeting of Hopkins County Fiscal Court, Public Works employees Bobby Laffoon, James VanCleave, and Lee Harvey were recognized for 10 years of service. Pictured from left: Public Works Director Ken Boucherie, Bobby Laffoon, James VanCleave, Lee Harvey, and Judge-Executive Jack Whitfield, Jr.
At the May 7, 2019 Fiscal Court meeting, a proclamation was read in honor of Salvation Army Week. From left: Judge-Executive Jack Whitfield, Jr. and Capt. Mike Good of the Madisonville Salvation Army.
At the May 7, 2019 Fiscal Court meeting, a proclamation was read in honor of Small Business Week. From left: Leslie Curneal, President of the Hopkins County Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Judge-Executive Jack Whitfield, Jr.
During the April 16, 2019 Fiscal Court meeting, Judge-Executive Jack Whitfield, Jr. presented a certificate of appreciation from Livingston County to Jailer Mike Lewis for the Jail’s help to Livingston County during a recent flood event.