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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  • 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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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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Carl Perkins Annual Dinner and Auction set for March 19

The Chester County Exchange Club - Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse is announcing its 17th Annual Dinner and Auction on Saturday, March 19 at the Freed-Hardeman University Brewer Sports Center.

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First responders invited to breakfast at Masonic lodge

Henderson Masonic Lodge No. 485, F&AM, located at on East Main in Henderson, across from Chester County Middle School, invites all first responders to a free breakfast from 9:30 a.m. until noon Saturday, Feb. 20.

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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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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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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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Jacks Creek Community News
Jacks Creek Community News

Feb. 4 facts: (1824) Goodrich introduced rubber galoshes; (1902-1974) Aviation pioneer, Charles Lindberg was born; (1959) Barbie doll created by Ruth Handler - her kids were Barbie and Ken; (2004) Facebook formed by Zuckerberg - value in billions.

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Montezuma Community News
Montezuma Community News

Although not knowing at the time I am writing this article what the groundhog will have to say, my guess is we will continue to have more winter for the next six weeks.

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New Friendship & Glendale Commuinty News
New Friendship & Glendale Commuinty News

This is the day the Lord hath made, I will rejoice and be glad in it. I hope you all had a great weekend with the beautiful weather. Although brief, it is wonderful to feel the sun and enjoy warmer temperatures, however long we are blessed with it.

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Sweetlips Communty News
Sweetlips Communty News

Here is a last reminder about our stew/bake sale. It will be Saturday, Feb. 6, with a snow date of Feb. 13. The stew will be ready at 10:30 a.m. and will cost $18 per gallon.

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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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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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UT Extension questions and answers: Gardening tips for February from the UT Gardens
UT Extension questions and answers: Gardening tips for February from the UT Gardens

With Old Man Winter bearing down on the state, Jason Reeves, curator of the University of Tennessee Gardens, Jackson, says it's worth repeating a few kernels of wisdom to help you preserve your landscape in the event of more heavy snow or ice.

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Flu season has arrived; prevention, treatment urged
TDH advises getting immunized quickly if you have not already

The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) has been advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that reports of influenza are increasing across the country.

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Zika and other diseases demand awareness among travelers

Areas with warmer climates present need for increased protection strategies
The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) cautions travelers headed to Mexico, Central and South America, Hawaii and Caribbean islands, including Puerto Rico and other locations with year-round warm climates, to have increased awareness about the threat of mosquito-borne illnesses and to take appropriate bite protection measures.

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CHESTER COUNTY JUNIOR HIGH NEWS
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FHU College of Business hosting free Continuing Education Workshop
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INSIDE CCHS
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JACKS CREEK ELEMENTARY NEWS
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JSCC names local students to Honor Roll
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Local students named to Dean's List at UofM
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Report details readiness of Tennessee students
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Belles earn Sportsmanship trophy
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Eaglettes knock off McNairy, stil unbeaten in district 14-AA
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Hot second half surges Lions past Hannibal-LaGrange Sat.
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Jr. girls earn runner-up trophy
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Lady Lions fall in overtime to Missouri Baptist
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Lady Lions win sixth straight, dominate Hannibal 88-32
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Lions baseball ranked 18th, open season Saturday in La.
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