Commission recesses to debate tax referendum Commission recesses to debate tax referendum

Chester County Commission met for its July session on Monday, July 28. All commissioners except Barry Hutcherson and Joe Melaro were present.

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Rick Rickard - Candidate for County Commissioner, District 4, Chester County (Those who vote at West Chester Elementary School)
Rick Rickard - Candidate for County Commissioner, District 4, Chester County  (Those who vote at West Chester Elementary School)

“A vote for the future of Chester County”

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Haslam announces future site of State Veterans Cemetery
Haslam announces future site of State Veterans Cemetery

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder Thursday announced the future site of the 50th state veterans cemetery will be in Parkers Crossroads.

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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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Heavy rains bring city to a halt
Heavy rains bring city to a halt

More than three inches of rain fell in less than an hour on Wednesday, July 23. The torrential rainstorm caused widespread flooding throughout Henderson and even contributed to the failure of the Henderson power substation.

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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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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

Hello everyone! I hope you’ve all had a great week.
Birthday wishes this week go to Doris Siler on Aug. 1 and Alex Evans on Aug. 3. Have the best birthday every.

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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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Enville Community News
Enville Community News

Happy Birthday wishes go to Leah Haley, Aubrey Garton, Nicole Thompson and Fred Senseman on July 31; Rebecca Ashbrook and Thomas Gilham on Aug. 2, Harold Finley on August 3; and Wanda Finley on August 6.

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Common Core brings uncommon response
Common Core brings uncommon response

Our students, children and youngsters are for the most part our most valuable and important resource. Here in Henderson, especially, our children are put first and foremost, and we revere and look up to the educators of this town. This is the opinion of the majority of parents with school age children in Chester County.

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Summer vegetables have a new life in gumbo
Summer vegetables have a new life in gumbo

Is meal planning getting boring? Do you need a change from your regularly scheduled dinner? Here’s a recipe that might give your boring meals a boost.

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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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CCHS 1946 held class reunion
CCHS 1946 held class reunion

The Chester County High School Class of 1946 held its class reunion Saturday, July 19 at Whiskers Café with 12 class members present.

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CCHS 1949 held 65th class reunion
CCHS 1949 held 65th class reunion

The Chester County High School Class of 1949 held its 65th class reunion Saturday, July 12 at Whiskers Restaurant.

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Justice Lee visits Henderson, refutes drive against judges
Justice Lee visits Henderson, refutes drive against judges
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“Made in Tennessee” tourism campaign rolled out
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Bethel University schedules commencement on Aug. 2
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FHU education professor speaks at summer conferences
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FHU to welcome students Aug. 16
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Free help offered for drug-addiction recovery
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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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Fifth Annual Hall of Fame Scramble set for Sept. 19
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Iron Arms Competition is Saturday at Williams
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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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Lion baseball adds three Tennessee standouts
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Lions baseball adds Canadians and transfers
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