Family Fun and Fitness Day Family Fun and Fitness Day

Family Fun and Fitness Day, sponsored by the Chester County Health Council, took place Saturday at Gene Record Memorial Park.

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  • Family Fun and Fitness Day Family Fun and Fitness Day

    Family Fun and Fitness Day, sponsored by the Chester County Health Council, took place Saturday at Gene Record Memorial Park.

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  • Deputies search river for stolen items Deputies search river for stolen items

    Deputies with the Chester County Sheriff's Office searched the Forked Deer River near a bridge on Garland Road Monday in search of property believed disposed of in the river following a burglary at a Chester County residence last week.

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  • Belles are unbeaten, clinch state ticket Belles are unbeaten, clinch state ticket

    A slow-starting Chester County Dixie Belles softball team keeps getting better each game in the district tournament taking place in Henderson. Monday, the girls, ages 13-15, overcame yet another early deficit to overpower Madison Central 15-9 at the Dixie Youth Park.
    The victory left Chester County as the only unbeaten team remaining in the tournament, and with the top two teams qualifying for the next level, CC is assured of playing in the state tournament which begins July 1 in Summertown.

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Argument over $5 debt sends two to jail
Argument over $5 debt sends two to jail

Henderson Police officer Jerry Stansell examines a handgun allegedly found on Jeffery Neal Price on Whitley Ave. Friday.

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McManus is statewide Teacher of the Year finalist
McManus is statewide Teacher of the Year finalist

The Tennessee Department of Education last week announced the finalists for the 2016-17 Tennessee Teacher of the Year award.

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Grand Jury releases indictments

The Chester County Grand Jury met recently and returned 12 true bills. Arraignments are scheduled for 8 a.m. June 24.

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It's a bird, it's a plane ... no just Snoopy!
It's a bird, it's a plane ... no just Snoopy!

If you frequent major sporting events, this airship is an ordinary site. Otherwise, with only an estimated 20-25 helium airships operating in the world, the Metlife Blimp makes quite an impression as it slowly glides over small towns en route to its next venue.

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Eastern Star makes food donations
Eastern Star makes food donations

Henderson #120 Order of the Eastern recently donated food to First Baptist Church (FBC) of Henderson.

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WoodmenLife supports HOPE
WoodmenLife supports HOPE

Henderson WoodmenLife Chapter 40 made an $800 donation June 9 to the HOPE Foundation of Chester County to help fund the local schools' backpack program to assist needy children.

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School Board to meet Thursday

Chester County Board of Education will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 23, at the School Board Office.

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Shutt campaigns in city
Shutt campaigns in city

Savannah Mayor Bob Shutt, center, candidate for Tennessee's 26th senatorial seat, hosted a meet and greet at the downtown park in Henderson last Thursday.

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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

I hope everyone had a great week. We had a great time at our ice cream-bingo social Saturday night. We had quite a few that showed up and the ice cream was delicious.

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Enville Community News
Enville Community News

Hello from Enville! I hope everyone had a great week and all the fathers had a good Father's Day.
As I write this on Monday, it is a fine day with lots of sunshine and a good breeze.

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

Hello from Hickory Corner Community. I hope everyone is having a good day. The first day of summer was off to a hot and steamy start. Hard to believe it is the middle of the year already. If you are working outside, drink plenty of fluids.

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Jacks Creek Community News
Jacks Creek Community News

"Life and Death are parts of the same great adventure. Do not fear to die and do not shrink from the joy of life."

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Montezuma Community News
Montezuma Community News

Montezuma Methodist Church would like to thank everyone who bought tickets for the baked potato/salad supper on June 18. The proceeds went for children to go to church camp.

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New Friendship & Glendale Community News
New Friendship & Glendale Community News

I hope you all had a great week and a great Father's Day. Our day was very good. Our son, Jeremy was off work and went to church with us, along with his children Braelyn and Braxton.

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"I was determined!" Nothing could deter them from getting their high school diploma
"I was determined!" Nothing could deter them from getting their high school diploma

Steve Croom works three jobs. His day begins each day at 3:30 a.m. and does not end until past 10 p.m. It is a grueling schedule that few persons could maintain in order to make a modest living, and most would not attempt.

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Lion King Experience Camp performance is June 28
Lion King Experience Camp performance is June 28

The Lion King Experience Camp, produced by the Henderson Arts Commission in association with Freed-Hardeman University, is underway. Approximately 25 campers were introduced to the world of theatre Monday, June 20.

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Retired Teachers met June 15
Retired Teachers met June 15

On June 15, 2016, members of the Chester County Retired Teachers Association were luncheon guests of People's Bank at Whisker's. CCRTA president Caroline Johnson welcomed everyone and thanked People's Bank for their generous support.

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"Parkinson Positive"
Book by former resident born of family experiences
"Parkinson Positive"Book by former resident born of family experiences

Bruce McIntyre, and co-author Jerry Gill, have recently released their new book, Parkinson Positive. Copies may be purchased online at amazon.com or at www.BruceMcIntyre.com for $14.95.

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Home Country
Home Country

Windy's pickup truck was the third one to arrive at the scene of the fender bender. Both cars pretty well plugged up the road, and once it was determined no one was hurt, and the police had been called, Windy surveyed the situation.

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Saving on groceries and other shopping helps budgets

When it comes to shopping a friend offered this advice: "I want quality, but I want it cheap!" If you are like many adults, you share this same feeling.

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UT Extension questions and answers: Discussing differences - Healing conversations
UT Extension questions and answers: Discussing differences - Healing conversations

Many parents feel the need to protect their children from the harsh realities of violence, especially when the attacks are so close to home. However, talking with children about the role of tolerance is paramount in response to the recent shooting in Orlando, Fla.

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CCHS hosts basketball camps
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Smoltz gives advice to young pitchers
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