My name is Tony Altman. I am seeking election to the office of Circuit Court Clerk. I have been a businessman (owner of Chickasaw Chalet) and resident of Chester County since 2002.
The Henderson board of Mayor and Alderman voted 5-2 to amend the city’s charter pertaining to non-resident property rights voting. Aldermen Buel Maness and Keith Smith voted against the ratification.
Juvenile Court Judge Sophia Crawford has announced that Paul E. Robertson has accepted an interim appointment as Magistrate within the Parentage Division of the Court in Nashville.
A lively race for county mayor is expected after four candidates officially qualified for the race by last Thursday’s deadline.
Edward Lee Plunk, 67, died Sunday afternoon, April 6, 2014 at his home in Henderson.
My name is Justin Emerson and I’m running for the position of Circuit Court Clerk. I am a graduate of Chester County High and a Freed-Hardeman University business management major.
Easter is a sacred and much time honored tradition celebrated by Christians worldwide, that marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ from death. Aside from the church services and religious festivities many non-Christians participate in the Easter celebration as a day of family fun to enjoy Easter chocolates, other candy and of course, an Easter egg hunt.
The Chester County Soil Conservation District held its 21st annual appreciation banquet March 20th at the Chester County High School cafeteria.
This is another day that the Lord has provided for us and I am so glad to be a part of it!
We had two burials at Bethel Baptist Church this week.
It really is spring! The trees are green, the grass needs mowing, flowers are blooming and the weeds are growing!
The Enville Community Club met Tuesday, April 1, with 41 members and seven guests present. President Jack O’Neal called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. and welcomed everyone.
Happy belated birthday wishes go out to Greg Farrier and Maxine Crowell on April 11; Michael Yates on April 12; William Martin, Johnnie Martin and Jeremy Crowell on April 13; Richard Maness on April 15; and Marilyn Smith Mooney, Kelley Collins, Max Massengill and Melissa Maness on April 16.
First, I would like to say, “Hello to the people of Chester County who are my family and friends.” This is the day the Lord has made. I am glad to be with you on this day. My grandmother Zelma Bass told me to enjoy my life as if it was my last day, because one day it will be my last day. So enjoy your life while you can. I Hope you had a wonderful week.
The China of yesterday is one of the oldest civilizations known to man. In this land once ruled by Emperors, architectural remains tell the story of how people lived and worked.
Jack London in his book The Call of the Wild, describes a land of breath-taking splendor in Alaska and the Yukon. Even in the harshness of long winter nights where the sun is visible only a few hours daily, unspeakable beauty exists.
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued a preliminary report on an airplane crash two months ago in northern Chester County.
I had to go through my recipe book this week. It’s a disaster, and I’m shocked that I can find anything in it. I’m a recipe clipper, and I tend to mix recipes with home and garden design ideas, which makes the chaos even more confusing.
I love potatoes – any form or fashion – I like just about every potato I’ve ever encountered. It’s bad enough that when I was growing up, my grandfather nicknamed me “Potatobug.”
West Tennessee Christian music fans can celebrate Good Friday with a very special concert event in Henderson.
Farm Bureau recently made a food donation to the Gleaners House, located on N. Washington Street in Henderson.