Going to the dogs ... Park Board forms committee to fund raise for dog park in memory of Lynn Ramey Going to the dogs ... Park Board forms committee to fund raise for dog park in memory of Lynn Ramey

A group of Chester County residents have started a campaign to add a dog park as a feature to Gene Record Park in Henderson.

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  • Going to the dogs ... Park Board forms committee to fund raise for dog park in memory of Lynn Ramey Going to the dogs ... Park Board forms committee to fund raise for dog park in memory of Lynn Ramey

    A group of Chester County residents have started a campaign to add a dog park as a feature to Gene Record Park in Henderson.

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  • CCHS graduates 209 students CCHS graduates 209 students

    Chester County High School held its 102nd annual graduation exercises Monday, May 16, at Loyd Auditorium in Henderson.

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  • Double Dipping the District, Region--CC baseball and softball both win championships Double Dipping the District, Region--CC baseball and softball both win championships


    Chester County High School beat South Side twice last week, at South Side, in diamond studded fashion. The Eaglettes' softball won the district 14-AA championship with a 4-2 victory Thursday and the Eagles' baseball team did the same on Wednesday, May 11, defeating the South Side Hawks 8-4, with both contests taking place at South Side.
    CCHS came close to four district titles, as the Eagle soccer team was defeated by Lexington 2-1 in the title game Thursday, and the CCHS boys' tennis team finished second in the district back on May 9.

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Bachelor's, Graduate Degrees conferred at FHU commencement
Bachelor's, Graduate Degrees conferred at FHU commencement

Author and preacher Jay Lockhart of Whitehouse, Texas, spoke at Freed-Hardeman University's spring commencement Saturday, May 14, in Loyd Auditorium. Lockhart is also an alumnus of FHU and a member of the university's board of trustees.

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Access Alarms and Technologies now in business
Access Alarms and Technologies now in business

Stephen Moore cuts the ribbon as Access Alarms and Technologies is welcomed by the Henderson/Chester County Chamber of Commerce.

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City Hall to get new roof

Henderson Board of Mayor and Aldermen met in regular session on Thursday, May 12. The board discussed bids for re-roofing City Hall.

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County Commission approves resolution to update Convenience Center Program

Chester County Commission met in regular session on Monday, May 9. All 18 members of the commission were present.

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Henderson Health/Rehab hosts Chamber After Hours
Henderson Health/Rehab hosts Chamber After Hours

Henderson Health and Rehabilitation hosted the Henderson/Chester County Chamber of Commerce's monthly Business After Hours event on Thursday, May 12.

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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

Hope everyone in our community and others have had a great week!
Happy birthday wishes go out to Anita Fish on May 24; and Lavern Lynch and Kristen Mays on May 25.

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Enville Community News
Enville Community News

Hello from Enville! I hope everyone had a great week. We had a busy one, we played all of our ballgames (no rain outs), and we attended Awards Day at Jacks Creek Elementary and East Chester and many of you at other schools.

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to everyone! Greetings from the City. The very first thing I would like to say is THANK YOU Lord, for allowing us to see another week. The second thing I would like to say this week is THANK YOU!

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

The Hickory Corner Community sends congratulations to our 2016 graduates of Chester County. We wish you all the best as you make plans for the future. May all your hopes and dreams come true.

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Jacks Creek Community News
Jacks Creek Community News

Prayerful memories live in our hearts. We never know last personal thoughts of those crossing over, we just have to be respectful and mindful that God has them in His safe-keeping.

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Montezuma Community News
Montezuma Community News

Aloha! I just returned from a wonderful vacation in beautiful Hawaii thanks to my mom. It was wonderful to make a return to Oahu after 22 years of moving off the island.

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Family duties to the aging
Family duties to the aging

The family, like the church, has specific responsibilities to its senior members. More and more the family must become involved in providing for their needs because of the limitations of other institutions and agencies to deal with the soaring increase in the numbers of the aging.

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Boothe 40th anniversary
Boothe 40th anniversary

Terry and Sharon Boothe will be married 40 years on May 22.

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Off The Shelf
Off The Shelf

We at the Chester County Library have been hard at work planning activities for summer. This year's summer reading program, "On Your Mark, Get Set ... Read!" will begin on Tuesday, June 7, with a visit from Peg+Cat of the WLJT-TV series.

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UT Extension questions and answers: Get ready now for the summer harvest - home canning basics
UT Extension questions and answers:  Get ready now for the summer harvest - home canning basics

Are you beginning to feel the canning fever? If you are thinking about preserving food this summer, start planning and preparing now! Start by checking your equipment and supplies.

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Five things everyone should know about supplements

According to the National Institutes of Health, sales of all dietary supplements in the United States totaled an estimated $36.7 billion in 2014.

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Zika virus disease raises awareness about preventing birth defects
Microcephaly one of many defects that deserve attention

Until a recent outbreak of Zika virus disease was associated with babies born with microcephaly, many had not heard of the birth defect. Tennessee Department of Health data show approximately 45 to 50 cases occur in Tennessee each year.

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Box top toppers
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CCJHS Students of the Week
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Chester County student takes Florence Nightingale Pledge
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Health Council students make AHA donation
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INSIDE CCHS
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JACKS CREEK ELEMENTARY NEWS
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Lay Recognized twice with Bethel University Awards
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John Smolt gives advice to young pitchers
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Junior Baseball gives out awards
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Lion baseball earns NAIA at-large bid
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Pink races benefit Davis
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Renfroe signs with Columbia State Chargers
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SPORT SCHEDULES/EVENTS/STATS
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Youth sports hazing victims often in denial
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