Car burns, reason unknown Car burns, reason unknown

Sweetlips Station of the Chester County Fire Department responded to this car fire near 500 Stewart Road at approximately 8:19 p.m. Saturday.

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Former resident edits Oscar winning feature
Former resident edits Oscar winning feature

Todd Fulkerson, a former resident of Chester County, holds the Oscar won Sunday for the Disney movie Big Hero 6.

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"Ice quakes" shock local residents

All across Chester County, loud sounds have been startling local residents in the middle of the night. These sounds, described as "booms," "pows" or even "like gunshots," tend to occur while people are sleeping or sitting quietly in their homes.

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Mother Nature is in charge

It is midnight and the skies are dark and clear but the weather forecast has warned that there is going to be an incredible snow which would be incredibly strange for this geographic area.

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Eastern Star bean dinner is Friday at Masonic Lodge

The annual Eastern Star Ham and Bean Dinner is scheduled for 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., and again from 4-6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27, at the Henderson Masonic Lodge located on East Main Street across from Chester County Middle School.

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"Back to the 80s" is theme of Perkins Dinner, Auction

The Chester County Exchange Club - Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse is announcing its Sixteenth Annual Dinner and Auction Saturday, March 21, at Freed-Hardeman University's Brewer Sports Center.

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Farm Bill Safety-Net deadlines approaching

U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Gene Davidson reminds producers of upcoming important deadlines for the new safety-net programs established by the 2014 Farm Bill, known as Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC).

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It's Girl Scout cookie time!
It's Girl Scout cookie time!

Girl Scouts cookies have arrived in Chester County, and the 60 local Scouts started delivering orders on Feb. 24.

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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

What a week! We had ice, snow, sleet, freezing rain, just plain rain, and frost quakes causing booms! Why have we not heard of this before? If you haven't heard what they are here is an explanation.

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to my family and friends. This is a beautiful day! Why? Because it is the day the Lord has made. Thank you Lord for all of the snow, ice and cold weather as you know exactly what we need.

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

Everyone had a great time at the Hickory Corner Center Valentine's party Saturday, Feb 14. The center was decorated beautifully, the food was delicious, the Bingo games were lots of fun and there were lots of wrapped prizes.

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Jacks Creek Community News
Jacks Creek Community News

It was her first time to run away from home! Did you see the news or read the computer story about a frantic dog entering a hospital lobby? She was searching wildly for something or was it someone? I couldn't get the story off my mind, so this reporter did research!

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Montezuma Community News
Montezuma Community News

The Community Center will host A Big Country Breakfast and Bake Sale from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 28. Plates are $7.

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Writer needed for Friendship, Glendale Mifflin communities

Would you like to share information about your community with persons all over Chester County?

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The importance of heritage: What Black History Month means to me
The importance of heritage: What Black History Month means to me

"Of course Black History Month meant a lot to my family and was especially true for my grandmother." This statement was made by Celia Simmons, 36, a Chester County native that is proud of her African-American ancestry.

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A mover and a shaker Of Black History
A mover and a shaker Of Black History

Clarence Harris is no exception to the challenges of working, taking care of a family and even bootstrapping his own successful business, all right here in Henderson. This is by no means a small feat today but it was a near impossibility in the 1950s for an African-American.

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Don't follow the recipe! Be creative and make a dish that works for your family
Don't follow the recipe! Be creative and make a dish that works for your family

Almost everyone wants a quick, easy go-to dinner for busy evenings. With families always on the go between work, school, meetings, sports, and other activities, it's necessary to have a few meals that can be ready in less than 30 minutes.

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Photography: Creating the perfect article package
Photography: Creating the perfect article package
Carolyn Tomlin

In teaching writing-to-publish workshops, I advise authors to master the skill of photography. While writers use words to inform, entertain, educate and encourage readers, photographers depend on cameras. When these two mediums are combined, you create a winning combination most magazine editors can't pass up!

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Words for the Week: "I'm moving ..."
Words for the Week: "I'm moving ..."

What parent looks forward to hearing their child, no matter their age, tell them, "I'm moving." Whether the move is across the street, the state, the country or even across an ocean, it takes a parent aback.

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Planning for retirement health care

A new report published by Ameriprise Financial shows that retirees will need an average of about $230,000 per household for out-of-pocket health care costs in their old age, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens.

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The gluten craze exposed

Consumer Reports says that about seven percent of Americans suffer from an autoimmune condition that causes gluten sensitivity or celiac disease, but that 63 percent of the population believe a gluten-free diet is beneficial.

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50K Tree Day has been rescheduled for March 14
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DEAN'S LIST
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Junior Miss Henderson reset for Saturday
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MSYC board adds local members
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Quinco scholarships available
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Tips for attracting songbirds to your yard
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TNStars™ is the No. 1 college savings plan in the country for 2014 investment performance
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"Tell Me A Good Story" The Paul Melton story
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All-District awards
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Lady Lions clinch sixth

The road to the American Midwest Conference tournament championship will once again go through Henderson.
The No. 1 Freed-Hardeman Lady Lions clinched the AMC regular season title Thursday as they defeated No. 17 Lyon College, 77-54.

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Sweetheart Champions!
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