City of Henderson

KY Using FEMA Clinics to Get Additional Doses

May 23, 2021
Steve Burger / WNIN-FM

One of the FEMA-run vaccine clinics is underway in Henderson for the next three weeks. It’s a very different look than what you’ll see elsewhere. 

FEMA Vaccine Clinic Open in Henderson

May 20, 2021
Steve Burger / WNIN

In order to get as many people vaccinated for the coronavirus as possible, Kentucky took an additional step by asking the federal government to help staff some clinics in the state. 

Music Comes Through The Ohio River, Changing The City.

Mar 28, 2019
Couries and Press Newspaper

From the Mid-nineteenth century to the beginning of World War II, showboats would come through the Ohio River and stop in Evansville bringing new faces, interesting food and catchy rhythms with them. From that, a lot sparked in the city, creating new music societies, bands, and songs that talked about the war. 

 

Evansville's history is a close one with the war and the Ohio River was key to making that history happen.

Day Out- Henderson Mayor Steve Austin

Mar 28, 2019
cityofhendersonky.org

"Discover your nature" is one of Henderson's favorite mottos. In making that statement, they point to a couple of pretty notable successes in that regard. Wildlife master artist John James Audubon and blues artist and composer W.C. Handy both sharpened their skills in the river city.

WNIN's Steve Burger talked with Mayor Austin about the massive growth they expect from the planned new Interstate 69 bridge over the Ohio River and how the city is working with young people to fill the jobs that will open up with the expected growth.