FALL AND WINTER OPERATING HOURS BEGIN OCT.1 AT COUNTY CONVENIENCE CENTERS
GLASS TO BE ACCEPTED FOR RECYCLING AT SELECT COUNTY CONVENIENCE CENTERS
Starting Monday, October 1, 2018, hours of operation for the following Hopkins County Convenience Centers will be 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday:
- East Diamond Convenience Center, Highway 85, Madisonville
- Hanson Convenience Center, Highway 260, Hanson
- Happy Lane Convenience Center, Happy Lane, Nebo
- Oak Hill Convenience Center, Highway 41-A, Nortonville
- Charleston Convenience Center, Highway 109, Dawson Springs
The following Convenience Centers will be open 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays and Saturdays:
- Dalton Convenience Center, 4050 Dalton Road
- Ashbyburg Convenience Center, 785 Onton Road
Barnsley Convenience Center will continue to be open 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 7 a.m.-noon Saturday.
Additionally, beginning October 1, the East Diamond, Hanson, and Oak Hill Convenience Centers will accept glass for recycling. Citizens should deposit their clean jars, bottles and other glass items in the containers designated for glass recyclables.
For more information, call (270) 383-2311.
September 17-23 has been declared Constitution Week in Hopkins County. Accepting the proclamation from Judge-Executive Donald Carroll is Candace Ashby of the Captain Stephen Ashby Chapter of the Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution.
Hopkins County Fiscal Court issued a proclamation recognizing the Nebo Fall Festival, set for September 28-29, 2018. From left: Magistrate Billy Parrish, Judge-Executive Donald Carroll, and Nebo commissioners Pat Vincent and Charles Jarrell.
Sheriff’s Office employee Candace Ashby was recognized for 15 years of service to the county during the September 18, 2018 Fiscal Court meeting. From left: Judge-Executive Donald Carroll, Candace Ashby, and Sheriff Matt Sanderson.
Employees John Holmes and Karon Wise were recognized during the September 18, 2018 Fiscal Court meeting for 20 years of service to Hopkins County. From left: Solid Waste Coordinator Greg Camplin, John Holmes, Karon Wise, and Judge-Executive Donald Carroll.
During the September 18, 2018 meeting, Hopkins County Fiscal Court announced the retirement of Public Works Director Jeff Browning and recognized him for more than three decades of service to the county. A proclamation was issued declaring the day Jeff Browning Day in Hopkins County. From left: Magistrates Bill Rudd, Hannah Myers, and Charlie Beshears; Judge-Executive Donald Carroll; Browning and his wife, Tracy; and Magistrates Jack Whitfield, Vicki Thomison, Billy Parrish, and Karol Welch.
The West Kentucky ATV Recreational Area is seeking part time employees for the Saturday and Sunday hours of operation. Applications may be obtained at the Hopkins County Judge Executive’s office located at 56 North Main Street in Madisonville, KY. Any questions can be answered by calling the West Kentucky Recreational Area Monday through Friday 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM at 270-383-5190.
During the July 17, 2018 Fiscal Court meeting, Andy Reyes and David Frisby were recognized for 10 years of service to Hopkins County. Pictured, from left, are Public Works Director Jeff Browning, Andy Reyes, Judge-Executive Donald Carroll, and David Frisby.