“Joseph” takes Williams’ stage tonight
“Joseph” takes Williams’ stage tonight
The Chester County production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” is set to open at 7 p.m. Thursday at Chester County Middle School, Williams Auditorium.Read More »
Fashion was all the buzz at Henderson/Chester County Chamber of Commerce first annual Fashion Show and Luncheon Tuesday, honoring administrative professionals.
Sometimes new ideas are just really old ideas people have forgotten about, so they appear to be fresh and innovative.
The Navy Band, Freedom, entertained a large crowd during last week’s Arts in the Alley in downtown Henderson.
Nathan Pride greets well-wishers at a campaign rally at the Chester County Courthouse Thursday.
The Multi-Jurisdictional Violent Crime and Gang Task Force conducted operations in Chester, Haywood, Gibson, Crockett, Madison and Henderson Counties on the night of April 17 into the early morning hours of April 18.
The Chester County band programs will present Fun Day Fair Saturday, April 26, at Chester County High School. The occasion will be a day of fun and entertainment to raise funds for the operation of the bands.
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.
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.
Cindy Springer was raised in Jackson, lived in Arlington, but in 1990 she moved to Sweetlips. Her son, Austin, and daughter, Amanda, both graduated from Chester County High School. She now runs Sweetlips Nursery, and has for 20 years! How did she get started?
On Tuesday, April 15, the Chester County Senior Center was host for a Rook Tournament which included Parsons, Scotts Hill and Lexington Centers. We had 20 players participate in the tournament.
It really is spring! The trees are green, the grass needs mowing, flowers are blooming and the weeds are growing!
I hope everyone had a great Easter with family and friends. It was a glorious day! Bethel Baptist Church had sunrise service at Chickasaw and it was just beautiful.
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.
There are varying degrees of hardship and many of us have suffered through what we consider difficult times. We had a single parent childhood or lived with the struggle to pay bills or keep food on the table. What if these struggles were not struggles at all, just the commonality of growing up in another country.
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.
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.”
I’m always looking for new ideas for dinner, and since my husband has finally graduated from school in Colorado and came home for the first time since Christmas – this time, hopefully, to stay put for awhile – I decided to try something special for dinner last weekend.
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.
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.
Freed-Hardeman University’s College of Business hosted a leadership series featuring Rob Hatchett titled “Life is a Group Project” April 14 in Ayers Auditorium. Hatchett, an FHU alumnus, is vice president of recruiting for Covenant Transport, Chattanooga, Tenn.
The Freed-Hardeman University College Republican chapter was named “Chapter of the Year” at the Tennessee College Republicans State Convention Saturday, April 5. Hunter Yoches, chairman of the FHU College Republicans, accepted the recognition.
Kayden Johnson, left, studiously reads the handout about the best ways to save your money.
TCAP Week is NEXT week! Students and teachers have worked extremely hard preparing for this test!
“Lights, camera, action …” You could hear these words at East Chester on Friday, April 4, as we all worked together to perform “Bring It On.”
Teachers and students are counting the days until TCAP! Parents, please remember that our school is depending on you to see that your children get a good night’s sleep and are well-rested for every day.
A 4-year-old boy has just been beaten by his stepfather. A neighbor has sexually assaulted the little girl next door. Child Protective Services has notified the Carl Perkins Center … but what happens next? That’s when a little-known team steps in and makes decisions that steer the journey of each and every case.
Chester County Junior High boys’ soccer team entered the region tournament Monday and came away with a 4-1 victory over Martin.
Three Newton (Ga.) High School baseball players inked their National Letters of Intent in a ceremony in front of a hundred teammates, family and friends Wednesday, April 16, pledging to continue their playing careers next season on the collegiate level.
After a record-setting week at the plate, Kamara Trice became the first player in Freed-Hardeman University softball history to be named the NAIA National Player of the Week.
The Freed-Hardeman Lions University Lions needed a weekend sweep in order to stay in the thick of the conference race, and that’s what they got as they finished off Williams Baptist in a Saturday double-header, 6-4 and 13-8, in Walnut Ridge, Ark.
Chester County scored in every inning to defeat Trinity Christian 9-0 last week in high school softball. Madison McCaskill went the distance for the win, striking out two, allowing two hits and walking one.
The West Tennessee Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, has announced its 39th annual Invitational Golf Tournament.
Students, faculty and friends of Freed-Hardeman University are invited to participate in the “Beat the Director 5K Run.”