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The Crossroads of Hustonville

Hustonville as it looked in the horse and buggy days in about the mid to late 1800s. by The Advocate-Messenger

Hustonville has a proud heritage from its inception as a city in 1835 to present. The city has seen many changes and unlike many other small cities across Kentucky, Hustonville still has still kept its small town values.

Hustonville has its place in Kentucky's rich history being the first woman's college in the foot hills of the Appalachia. Hustonville was originally known as The Crossroads because of the trails connecting the Kentucky and Green rivers and the Falls of the Ohio. Hustonville had also been known as Farmington, Hanging Fork, and New Store.  The town was renamed Hustonville after two local landowners by the name of Huston when the town was established on, February 29, 1835.

 

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To reserve the park pavilion please fill out the Pavilion Rental Form (H-102) and send or bring it in the clerk's office. H-102 PDF H-102 Word

If you have questions and/or concerns for the Lincoln Sanitation District please direct them to:

Lincoln Sanitation District
Director Bill Payne
859.583.9626
brpayne77@att.net

Nathan Bohlman
859.516.3117
lscdoperator@gmail.com
102 East Main Street
Stanford Kentucky 40484

If you have questions and/or concerns for 911 please direct them to:

Lincoln County 911
Director Russ Clark – Certified Training Officer 859.792.7124 
rclark@bluegrass911.com
https://lincolncountytapon.wordpress.com/

Judge Jim Adams
606.365.2534

Magistrate Joseph Stanley
606.282.0328

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