Gas leak after car collides with house Gas leak after car collides with house

Kevin Roeder of the Henderson Fire Department hoses down a natural gas meter at 522 Mifflin Avenue which broke when hit by an automobile Sept. 10.

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  • Gas leak after car collides with house Gas leak after car collides with house

    Kevin Roeder of the Henderson Fire Department hoses down a natural gas meter at 522 Mifflin Avenue which broke when hit by an automobile Sept. 10.

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  • Cash Express honors emergency workers on Sept. 11 Cash Express honors emergency workers on Sept. 11

    Cash Express believes it is important to honor those who died on Sept. 11, 2001, and thank the first responders - police officers, firefighters and emergency medical services - who continue to protect our communities.

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  • Late field goal lifts CCHS over JCM Late field goal lifts CCHS over JCM

    Wilson Miskelly booted a 21-yard field goal with 3:25 to play, and the Chester County defense stopped Jackson Central Merry on downs to win a non-district football game 24-21 Friday at Eagle Stadium.

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  • Freed-Hardeman conducts dedication for FHU-Dickson Freed-Hardeman conducts dedication for FHU-Dickson

    Freed-Hardeman University conducted a dedication ceremony for FHU-Dickson Thursday, Sept. 4, at the Renaissance Center.

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  • Henderson Fire Dept. receives Life Safety Achievement Award Henderson Fire Dept. receives Life Safety Achievement Award

    The National Association of State Fire Marshals Fire Research and Education Foundation (NASFM Foundation) and Grinnell Mutual Reinsurance Company have announced that 142 fire departments from 33 states earned the Life Safety Achievement Award for their fire prevention accomplishments in 2013.

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  • CCHS beats Bolivar in first OT since 1999 CCHS beats Bolivar in first OT since 1999

    Keyon Crisp of Bolivar Central ran for 266 yards and Chester County turned the ball over six times.

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Chickasaw hosting "Lake cleanup day"

Chickasaw State Park is hosting a lake cleanup day at Lake Placid in honor of National Public Lands Day.

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Audit reveals no major issues with county government

The State of Tennessee Comptroller's office has released the annual financial report for Chester County.

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Outdoor showing of "E.T." is Sept. 20

Chester County High School Class of 2015 is selling tickets to an outdoor movie at Gene Record Park for Saturday, Sept. 20.

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Boomer Nation to entertain at Arts in the Alley

Boomer Nation will be the featured entertainment Thursday, Sept. 18, at Henderson Art Commission's Arts in the Alley.

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State parks to celebrate National Public Lands Day Sept. 27

In recognition of National Public Lands Day, Tennessee State Parks, along with Friends Groups, invite the public to take part in hikes and volunteer activities across the state on Saturday, Sept. 27.

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Beatles tribute band 1964 to perform at FHU Benefit Dinner
Beatles tribute band 1964 to perform at FHU Benefit Dinner

Rolling Stone magazine dubbed them the "Best Beatles Tribute on Earth," and the four members of band 1964 the Tribute are coming to Freed-Hardeman University.

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Mayors proclaim Sept. 21-26 to be Active Aging Week
Mayors proclaim Sept. 21-26 to be Active Aging Week

On Thursday, Sept. 11, Henderson Mayor Bobby King and Chester County Mayor Dwain Seaton met at Southern Oaks Assisted Living to sign a proclamation declaring the last week of September as "Active Aging Week."

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Snookum retires, Grandson takes over
Snookum retires, Grandson takes over

Buel "Snookum" Maness has retired and turned over operation of Snookum's Restaurant to his grandson Brandon Maness.

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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

I hope everyone had a great week.
Happy birthday this week to Neal Escue on Sept. 10; Betty Quarles and Sherry Escue on Sept. 11; Kimberly Weaver on Sept. 12; Joyce Mainers on Sept. 13; Gaynell Dees, Corey Tully and Carol Ann Perkins on Sept. 14; and April Collins and Cayce Perkins on Sept. 15.

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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

I hope everyone is enjoying this cooler weather as I am.
Prayers and well wishes are sent to Winna Knipper, Darren Helton, Roger Harris, Edra Barnett, Bess Harris, Deborah Moody, Nella Rush, Sandra and Tommy Landers and June Davis.

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Enville Community News
Enville Community News

Happy birthday wishes go out to Joey Haley and Jack Sidwell on Sept. 11; Danyhell Martin on Sept. 13; Nicole Robberstad on Sept. 14; April Collins, Lucas Mooney and Sherry Smith on Sept. 15; Kasey Wynn and Carrie Timmer on Sept. 16; and Steve Senseman and Ray Garton on Sept. 17.

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to everyone! Well we made it through another week. Thank you Lord! However, this week for me brings back the sad memories of Sept. 11, 2001.

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to everyone! What a wonderful, wonderful week we had. The cool weather was just great, fall is almost here. The first day of autumn is Sept. 23. Autumn is one of the four temperate seasons; it marks the transition from summer into winter. This is my favorite time of the year, when the leaves start changing colors and a time of harvest. So autumn, I welcome you.

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

There will be a benefit for Mae Marsh this Saturday, Sept. 20 at the Montezuma Community Center. Mae is a cancer patient and mother of two children. Hamburgers and hot dogs plates or sandwiches will be ready by 11 a.m., cooked by Dwain Seaton.

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Legalizing marijuana: Could lead to high times
Legalizing marijuana: Could lead to high times

Statistics indicate that legalizing marijuana would greatly reduce the burden of America's prison system on taxpayers. More than 215,000 inmates are in federal prison and 27.6 percent of drug offenders were locked up for crimes related to marijuana.

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Warm flavors and ooey, gooey chocolate cake mean that autumn is on the way
Warm flavors and ooey, gooey chocolate cake mean that autumn is on the way

As the air grows crisper, it's time to start thinking about fall and the recipes associated with cooler weather. This week's recipe is a chocolate Bundt cake that features a dark German beer as a leavening agent - and also for taste.

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"Cooking fails" sometimes result in delicious mistakes
"Cooking fails" sometimes result in delicious mistakes

It's kind of funny how this recipe came about. My husband Chris wanted to make mushroom ravioli for dinner, and everything was ready except for stuffing and cutting the pasta to make the ravioli.

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Saving money: Tips from everyday penny pinchers

Saving money is at the top of most people's priority list these days. Some small tips will help us all feel less of the money pinch by pinching a few pennies of your own.

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Alixis Diane Wise birth announcement
Alixis Diane Wise birth announcement

Adam Wise and Ashley Hill of Henderson announce the birth of their daughter, Alixis Diane Wise. She was born Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014, weighing 6 pounds and 8 ounces, and was 19 ½ inches long.

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Cook - Burgess Engagement
Cook - Burgess Engagement

Tiffany Renae Cook and Brian Burgess are engaged to be married Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 at Big Buck Hunting and Fishing Resort, in Hornsby.

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County attorney among nations' best
County attorney among nations' best

Marty Phillips, the County Attorney for Chester County, has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2015 edition of "Best Lawyers in America." This is the ninth consecutive year in which he has been included in this elite list.

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Band to compete at Crockett, Henry
Band to compete at Crockett, Henry

Chester County bass drum line members, from left: Rylan Eskew, Ryan Blackford, Jon Michael Thompson, Jae Green and Harley Williams, were part of the excitement Friday when the CCHS Eagles came from behind to win at Bolivar.

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West PTO Membership drive
 West PTO Membership drive

West Chester Elementary School recently held its PTO Membership Drive.

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FHU's Rush to challenge students to "Stand Up"
FHU's Rush to challenge students to "Stand Up"

The Freed-Hardeman University admissions office is preparing for another year of Reaching Unlimited Spiritual Heights, more commonly known as RUSH.

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Kemp is winner at K.I. Academy
Kemp is winner at K.I. Academy

Chelsea Kemp of Pinson is the winner of the mannequin contest at K.I. Academy.

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Chester County High School News
Chester County  High School News

In the recent weeks, school spirit has risen at Chester County High School. Along with the help of the student body, Student Council has increased morale at CCHS.

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Chester County Junior High News
Chester County Junior High News

Spirit Shirt order forms went home last week. There are several new styles to choose from and they look great! You will definitely want to buy one so your student can take advantage of wearing them on Fridays, when allowed!

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East Chester Elementary School News
East Chester Elementary School News

School is in full swing at East Chester. Readwell has started for all grades. Everyone is working hard in kindergarten, first and second learning to read. Third-graders are practicing reading to learn!

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CC volleyball playing district schedule
CC volleyball playing district schedule

Chester County High School volleyball is in the midst of its district schedule.

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CCJHS mashes Lexington, remain unbeaten at 5-0
CCJHS mashes Lexington, remain unbeaten at 5-0

Peyton Doles scored three times and Peyton Anderson recorded a safety to lead Chester County Junior High to yet another football victory, 36-14, over Lexington Middle School last Thursday at Lexington.

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FHU volleyball: Home opener is Thursday
FHU volleyball: Home opener is Thursday

Freed-Hardeman University hosts Harris-Stowe State in an American Midwest Conference volleyball match at 7 p.m. tonight, Thursday, at the Brewer Sports Center.

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Junior Eaglettes mercy-rule Haywood
Junior Eaglettes mercy-rule Haywood

The Junior Eaglettes of Chester County Junior High defeated Haywood 12-0 last week, in a soccer match that was shortened game due to the mercy rule. Nine different girls scored in the game.

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Unbeaten Junior Eaglettes at home Thurs., Mon.
Unbeaten Junior Eaglettes at home Thurs., Mon.

Chester County Junior High's girls' soccer team extended its undefeated record last week with victories over Martin and Medina.

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August 12th Football Game Relocated

The football game scheduled for August 12, 2014 has been moved from Lane Field in Jackson to Eagle Stadium in Henderson, TN.

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Junior softball season nears conclusion
Junior softball season nears conclusion

A batter for Chester County Junior High keeps her eye on the approaching ball while a baserunner comes down the line from third in a recent home game.

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