Wiley presents State of the University address Wiley presents State of the University address

On Monday, Dr. Joe Wiley, President of Freed-Hardeman University, presented his "State of the University" address during the 80th Bible Lectureship.

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  • Wiley presents State of the University address Wiley presents State of the University address

    On Monday, Dr. Joe Wiley, President of Freed-Hardeman University, presented his "State of the University" address during the 80th Bible Lectureship.

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  • No TEXTING signs installed near schools No TEXTING signs installed near schools

    Katie Hodges, a sophomore at Chester County High School, approached the Henderson City Board in December urging them to install signs promoting "It Can Wait."

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  • Serious injuries avoided Serious injuries avoided

    Serious injuries were avoided in a two-vehicle accident at 2:08 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of East Main Street and Hwy 100 in Henderson.

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  • Hope Barber Shull ARC now open at FHU Hope Barber Shull ARC now open at FHU

    "I love the building, my sons love the building, and I bet my grandchildren will love it when they get old enough to come," Dr. Don Shull, retired English professor, said of the Hope Barber Shull Academic Resource Center, named in memory of his wife, Hope.

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  • Band, guard members selected for various honors Band, guard members selected for various honors

    These are the founding members of the Chester County High School Winter Guard group - Luminescence - they will be performing their show REM in the SCGC Winter Guard circuit. CCHS is proud to have these outstanding young ladies as the inaugural group for the CCHS Winter Guard program.

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City Board to consider tax-exempt debt for FHU

Henderson Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11, in the council chamber of Henderson City Hall.

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Former patrolman Brasfield, laid to rest Monday
Former patrolman Brasfield, laid to rest Monday

David Milton Brasfield, 72, passed away Feb. 5 at his home.

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Harold Montgomery laid to rest Tuesday
Harold Montgomery laid  to rest Tuesday

Harold Wayne Montgomery, 78, died Feb. 6. Services were Tuesday, Feb. 9, and burial followed at Chester County Memory Gardens.

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Growing and thriving: Henderson ranks among "Best Places for Young Families in Tennessee"

A recent report by the financial website NerdWallet listed Henderson as the 14th city in "Best Places for Young Families in Tennessee."

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"In My Place: The Servant Savior in Mark" The 80th annual FHU Lectureship is Feb. 7-11

The 80th annual Bible Lectureship at Freed-Hardeman University will take place next week, Feb. 7-11. This year's theme, "In My Place: The Servant Savior in Mark," will use the Gospel of Mark to teach the principles and sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

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FHU College of Biblical Studies to host inaugural Church Leadership Workshop

Freed-Hardeman University's College of Biblical Studies will host "Lead like the Lord," a free workshop on church leadership, Feb. 12-13.

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Gleaners House starting shoe drive

Would you ever think that your old shoes could help provide for those in our community as well as other countries, well they can and here is how.

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A wish come true: Make-A-Wish grants local girl her dream Hawaiian vacation
A wish come true: Make-A-Wish grants local girl her dream Hawaiian vacation

Kaitlyn Olive thought she was going to see a movie with her family, but she was in for the surprise of her life. The previews started without a hitch, but the first trailer caught the audience's attention.

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Civitans donated to wish list
Civitans donated to wish list

Civitan President Brian Evans, right, presents a $200 check to Chester County special education teacher Jamie Hurst.

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Freed-Hardeman Bible Lectureship: History, Tradition and New Additions
Freed-Hardeman Bible Lectureship:  History, Tradition and New Additions

Freed-Hardeman University is currently hosting, through Thursday, the 80th Annual Lectureship Series, "In My Place: The Servant Savior in Mark," on the Henderson campus. While this year's event adds new programs for the needs of today's audience (http://fhu. edu/lectureship), it will build on a rich history.

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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

What a beautiful weekend we had! I thought spring had sprung early.
Happy birthday is sent to Joe Gilchrist on Feb. 4; Meagan Barnett and Raghan Morton on Feb. 6; Larry Rose on Feb. 7; Bobby Tully, Ashley Fish and Alligrace Howell on Feb. 8; and on Feb. 9 Keith Escue and me!

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to my family and friends. It is good to be with you on another day and a new month. I hope each and every one of you had a wonderful blessed week. Please forgive me for not having my article in for last week. I am back this week!

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

You are invited to a Valentines party! This special event will be held at the Hickory Corner Community Center at 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6. It is going to be a great evening to have fun.

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

Love is in the air! Valentine's Day is Feb. 14. Many think of Valentine's Day as a holiday for a couple. However, it is also a day to celebrate the many loves and friendships in our lives.

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What makes love worth it?
What makes love worth it?

Valentine's Day is fast approaching and for some it just comes naturally but sometimes you just want to know how to make love last and if it is really worth it.

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Freed-Hardeman to offer Doctorate of Behavioral Health
Freed-Hardeman to offer Doctorate of Behavioral Health

Freed-Hardeman University will offer a Doctorate of Behavioral Health beginning fall 2016, according to an announcement made by FHU President Joe Wiley.

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Remembering... Waynell Jones: Master of Country Blues
Remembering...  Waynell Jones: Master of Country Blues

The white man would never have guessed that he was about to learn a valuable lesson about our common humanity. On one of those Saturdays in downtown Henderson when Waynell Jones picked and sang the blues for the public, occasionally passers-by would give him a tip.

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Vadeen Reddin Celebrates 90th birthday
Vadeen Reddin Celebrates 90th birthday

Vadeen Reddin celebrated her 90th birthday Saturday, Feb. 6, with a dinner at her granddaughter's home.

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Behind Nazi Lines details efforts to save POWs
Behind Nazi Lines details efforts to save POWs

Behind Nazi Lines: My Father's Heroic Quest to Save 149 World War II POWs, by Andrew (Andy) Gerow Hodges, Jr. and Denise George, is available from Amazon.

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China's terra-cotta warriors
China's terra-cotta warriors

The China of yesterday is one of the oldest civilizations known to man. In a land once ruled by emperors, architectural remains tell the story of how people lived and worked.

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Home Country
Home Country

Steve reached up and put his cup of coffee on the floor of the turret in his cabin, then climbed the ladder until both he and the coffee were comfortable, looking out at the world.

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JACKS CREEK ELEMENTARY NEWS
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CHESTER COUNTY JUNIOR HIGH NEWS
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CHESTER COUNTY JUNIOR HIGH NEWS
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Civil War Valentine's Day program Saturday at Shiloh
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EAST CHESTER ELEMENTARY NEWS
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FHU College of Business hosting free Continuing Education Workshop
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INSIDE CCHS
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Belles earn Sportsmanship trophy
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Bolivar holds off Eagle charge
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CCHS tied for first as finale nears
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Cross puts up 26; FHU holds off Park
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Eaglettes knock off McNairy, stil unbeaten in district 14-AA
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FHU volleyball adds Dyer County standout
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Hot second half surges Lions past Hannibal-LaGrange Sat.
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