Although we may pretend to try, we can’t run this site without you.  We are reliant on our readers to send us news that’s important to you.  We will introduce other methods to do this as we continue to work on our new website, but for now you may just email them.

We are actively seeking submissions of your upcoming or recently happened event including school and company events, things to do in the area, news tips, opinion letters, conversation starters for the open lines, etc etc.  From a yard sale to a concert, our goal is to let the community know about the great things this area has to offer.

Please feel free to send a plain text email, attach a word or pdf document, attach pictures, send a link to a video etc.  We do not have a maximum number of words (cyberspace is infinite), but submissions should adhere to the standards of decency which we have tried to establish over these many years.

Although opinion letters may be published anonymously upon request, we do require that you include contact information with your submission. Home in Henderson reserves the right to edit or delete material it deems inappropriate or offensive, and it also reserves the right to refrain from publishing material it finds defamatory.

Events and Calendar Items – Events that are fund raisers, or events that are free and open to the general public are no charge to advertise on Home in Henderson.  Events that charge an admission fee, or are open only to invited, selected or screened individuals will incur a small advertising fee as specified on our advertising page.

News – A news item sent to us to be run as a main article must be from a Verified Account or known media relations source.  If you are emailing us such a news tip, your news article must come from your Verified Account email address, or submitted via our upcoming website submission methods via a Verified Account.  Otherwise, you are free to post other news tips in the open lines, or as comments to other articles from a non Verified Account.

As always, Home in Henderson remains Vance County’s number one forum for expressing your views about whatever concerns you most.