Turnout heavy for early voting Turnout heavy for early voting

Early voting began Friday, and if first indications are a prediction, Chester County could be headed to another record turnout.

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  • Turnout heavy for early voting Turnout heavy for early voting

    Early voting began Friday, and if first indications are a prediction, Chester County could be headed to another record turnout.

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  • Chamber hosts Meet the candidates forum Chamber hosts Meet the candidates forum

    Emily Johnson, director of the Henderson/Chester County Chamber of Commerce, greets the audience at the “Meet the Candidates Forum” on Tuesday, July 15, at Henderson City Hall.

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  • Community Theater presents “Deceiving Granny” Community Theater presents “Deceiving Granny”

    The Chester County Community Theatre will present “Deceiving Granny” by Michael J. Taylor, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 31, and Friday, Aug. 1, at Williams Auditorium.

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  • Molly Ramone plays at Arts in the Alley Molly Ramone plays at Arts in the Alley

    Molly Ramone, always a crowd favorite, played at Arts in the Alley on Thursday, July 17.

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  • Boys State representatives receive awards Boys State representatives receive awards

    Two Boys State delegates were absent last month when Chester County American Legion Post No. 157 honored local Boys and Girls State representatives. Brendan Clayton and Andrew Creech received certificates and medals for their participation in Boys State. Chris Dunbar, Legion Commander-elect, presented the awards in the absence of past-Commander Russell Clayton.

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Back-To-School Bash scheduled for Saturday

The first annual Back-To-School Bash is scheduled for Saturday at Chester County Middle School on East Main St.

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County Commission to make new appointments

Chester County Commission will hold a meeting at 7 p.m. on July 28 in the courtroom of the Criminal Justice Complex.

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You want fries with that? After 60 years Bells still serving ‘em the same way
You want fries with that? After 60 years Bells still serving ‘em the same way

The long-familiar aroma of their fantastic hamburgers floated through Bell’s Drive In last weekend. The widely popular burger joint was busy as usual, with most tables full of patrons enjoying much of the same menu items they and their grandparents grew up tasting for the last six decades.

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Model Ts latest to make Henderson a crossroads
Model Ts latest to make Henderson a crossroads

Chester County must be the crossroads of America. It seems each year at this time a group or an individual comes through Henderson on a sabatical type journey, sometimes traveling in out-of-the-ordinary vehicles.

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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

Happy birthday wishes go out to Rhonda Privitt on July 23; Chad Harris on July 24; Lottie Long and Trent Harris on July 25; David Gilchrist on July 27; and Pat Dodson on July 29. May the years continue to be good to you.

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Enville Community News
Enville Community News

Happy belated birthday wishes go to Debbie Hanna and Kathleen Yarbrough on July 18; Gretchie Fletcher on July 19; Will Mooney on July 21; and Allison C. Michael and David Wade on July 22;
Happy belated anniversary congratulations go to Nathan and Sarah Creel on July 19, and Ray and Monica Garton on July 23.

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to everyone! It is a blessing to be with you another week. I hope you had a wonderful week also.
Well children, time is running out and the count down has begun for some parents! Children only have a few more weeks before school starts; their vacation is just about over.

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

The meeting at the Hickory Corner Community Center will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 24. Just a reminder, if you have not renewed your membership to the center, it is not too late. You can mail it to Joe Holmes, 465 Laurel Hill Rd., Henderson TN 38340.

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Jacks Creek Community News
Jacks Creek Community News

June brides are popular, but those “hot” July brides are popular too. On July 22, Jerry and Betty Hemby Newman are celebrating 48 years picking butter beans and blackberries. Wonder who shells the beans?

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Taco time! Don’t forget about quick family-friendly meals
Taco time! Don’t forget about quick family-friendly meals

When it comes to meals for the whole family, it’s often difficult to find something that’s quick, easy and makes everyone happy. Taco night has always been one of my favorite meals that meets all of those requirements, and there are so many ways to customize tacos that it’s hard to make it unappealing.

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“90th” Birthday celebrated by Max Reddin
“90th” Birthday celebrated by Max Reddin

Max Reddin celebrated his 90th birthday one day early on Friday, July 18 with a barbeque.

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Spencer - Brower engagement
Spencer - Brower engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Spencer III from Winchester are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lindsey Blair to Macy Brent Brower both of Murfreesboro.

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Laura Ingalls Wilder: Leaving a legacy
Laura Ingalls Wilder: Leaving a legacy

The “Little House” Books, a sequel of true stories, written by Laura Ingalls Wilder have stood the test of time. Crossing three centuries, they continue to be compelling stories.

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UT Extension questions and answers: What exactly does 4-H mean?
UT Extension questions and answers: What exactly does 4-H mean?

Well, since experiences for 4-H members is so diverse, there is no “exact” meaning for the 4-H term. Of course, 4-H stands for “Head, Heart, Hands and Health.” But for some, the 4 H’s might just stand for horse, horse, horse and horse.

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You may need a shot in the arm

Before heading out for that exotic vacation this summer, elderly travelers need to do some homework, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens.

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“Made in Tennessee” tourism campaign rolled out
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Local Democrats hold scholarship fundraiser
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Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts exhibits work of FHU professor
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Narconon urges steps to prevent drug addiction
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Iron Arms Competition set for Aug. 2 at Williams
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Lady Lions basketball adds all-conference transfer
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Lady Lions bolster attack with Lewisburg’s Glasper
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Lions baseball adds Canadians and transfers
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SPORT SCHEDULES
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State losses end CC’s Dixie season
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