Article by Steve Corlew-
Henderson County elected new leadership, Lexington Electric System started a broadband internet project, local Henderson Countians celebrated achievements, and The Lexington Progress had new owners, as 2022 was a year of change.
Winter storms and snow welcomed Henderson Countians to 2022, and an artic blast of cold air closed the year, but in between a lot happened.
The COVID-19 virus is starting to become a memory, but the problems it brought are still being felt around the county. Many of the restrictions have been lifted and students have returned to a closer-to-normal school schedule.
Looking back at the past issues of The Lexington Progress, we can follow those changes.
In January, storms and power outages preceded the first snow of the year. The 2022 election cycle was just getting underway as candidates were…
For complete coverage, see the January 4th edition of The Lexington Progress.