Great American Cleanup!

Chester County Solid Waste and Recycling Department recently sponsored local participation in the Great American Cleanup.

Makin' Music 2017 celebrates 40 years

Freed-Hardeman University is preparing for the 40th anniversary of Makin' Music, a campus-wide musical event set for April 7-8.

CCHS baseball
Eagles roll against non-district teams

Chester County baseball took on a pair of non-district teams last week and came away with a pair of victories.

FHU's title dreams dashed in quarters

The overall No. 1 seed Freed-Hardeman University saw its unbeaten season and hopes for a first national championship come to a dramatic end Saturday, as the Lady Lions fell to No. 3 Campbellsville 73-70, in the quarterfinals ...

WestStar hosting African American Leadership Conference

The University of Tennessee at Martin WestStar Leadership Program will host the 19th-annual African American Leadership Conference from 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m., April 18, at the STAR Center, located at 1119 Old Humboldt Road in Jackson.

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Eagles' Edge announces Open House April 7

Since September 2016, the Chester County school system, along with many volunteers, has been working to repurpose the house and property just west of the high school campus at 275 Jacks Creek Street, behind Jack's Restaurant.

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Relay for Life Pageant scheduled for April 7

The Relay for Life Pageant will be held Friday, April 7, at Chester County Middle School Williams Auditorium.

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Relay Survivors' dinner is April 1

The 2017 Relay for Life Survivors Dinner will be held from 4-6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at the Chester County High School cafeteria.

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Holy Week services begin April 10

Henderson First United Methodist Church will host their annual Holy Week services the week of April 10. Each service will being at noon and will feature a guest speaker from one of the local congregations.

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Come one, come all ... to the Chester County Exchange Club-Carl Perkins Center's Annual Dinner and Auction

The Chester County Exchange Club - Carl Perkins Center's Dinner and Auction is Saturday, April 22 at Freed-Hardeman University's Brewer Sports Center.

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Freed-Hardeman University honors Mr. and Miss FHU
Freed-Hardeman University honors Mr. and Miss FHU

Freed-Hardeman University has named two students as the ideal representations of FHU students.

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Chamber hosts career fair for students
Chamber hosts career fair for students

Henderson-Chester County Chamber of Commerce hosted a career fair at Chester County High School on Friday, March 17.

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B L T - Beautiful Loving Teacher
(Tribute to Margaret Bingham - A+ Excellent)
B L T - Beautiful Loving Teacher(Tribute to Margaret Bingham - A+ Excellent)

A beautiful smile can make your day, rain or shine. She made mine and others including, students, teachers, principals, superintendents, cooks, janitors and staff. A quote which describes her well is, "Smile and the world will smile with you."

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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

It is Monday as I am writing this, and the weatherman says 81 degrees for the high today. But later in the week it is a little cold again. What a winter we have had! But it is spring now, so hopefully it will begin to level out.

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Enville Community News
Enville Community News

Hello from Enville! Spring has arrived and as I write this, it is such a gorgeous day the Lord has given us. I know you readers were just as happy as I was to finally welcome the long awaited spring.

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to my family and friends. It is a blessing to be with you one more day. It is here, "Spring." Monday, March 20 was such a beautiful day.

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

Wow! Today is the first day of spring. It was 85 degrees.
As I always tell folks, Get up, get out and enjoy this beautiful weather.

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Jacks Creek Community News
Jacks Creek Community News

"When you lose someone you love, you gain an angel you know."
Our community expresses sympathy to families of Kevin Leroy Kinniburg (7-3-63 to 3-12-17). He moved to Finger in 1991.

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93 but drives like 19!
93 but drives like 19!

Clyde Beshires of Silerton celebrated his 93rd birthday on March 6, a birthday he shares with his grandson, Lance Beshires.

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Civitans donate to 'wish list'
Civitans donate to 'wish list'

Civitan President Stephen Morris presents a $250 check to Chester County special education teacher Jamie Hurst to purchase 'wish list' items for her classroom.

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Retired Teachers met March 15 at Brenda's
Retired Teachers met March 15 at Brenda's

On March 15, members of the Chester County Retired Teachers Association were luncheon guests at Brenda's Restaurant of WesTN Bank.

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Havana--yesterday and today
Havana--yesterday and today

Only 90 miles from the southeastern U.S., Cuban culture and traditions vary from those of the States.

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UT Extension questions and answers: Chester County Public Speaking Contest a success!
UT Extension questions and answers: Chester County Public Speaking Contest a success!

On March 16, 22 4-H members in fourth through eighth grades participated in the Chester County 4-H Public Speaking Contest.

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C.O.P.E.
(Circle of Perceived Empowerment)
Holes we fall into (3)

In 1994, Portia Nelson wrote the book "There's a Hole in My Sidewalk: The Romance of Self-Discovery," which contains her poem "Autobiography in Five Short Chapters."

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Holly Springs Pilgrimage Tour and Events set for April 21-23

The 79th annual Pilgrimage, featuring daily tours of historic homes, churches, and museums and exciting related events will take place in Holly Springs, Miss., April 21-23.

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Chester County Junior High News
Chester County Junior High News

We congratulate the following students for being nominated last week and chosen as Students of the Week: Alisha Bernal, Khloe Weaver and Hannah Stoneman.

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Pride talks "Black History"
Pride talks "Black History"

Chester County Junior High recently had a Black History Program.

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ACT prep course offered through UT Martin Jackson

ACT scores are extremely important when it comes to applying for college and scholarships.

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Chester County Schools Third Quarter Perfect Attendance lists

WEST CHESTER
Student Name - Grade
Abdoalhakerm S. Al-naijar - 01
Zoe N. Arment - 03
Colton C. Blankenship - 02

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East Chester Elementary News
East Chester Elementary News

Our school nurse, Kari Perry, has been encouraging our faculty and staff to walk for the March Steps Challenge. We can't wait to the end of March to see how many steps we have walked!

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Inside CCHS
Inside CCHS

Congratulations to Mr. James Carter for being named the CCHS Teacher of the Year for the 2016-2017 school year!

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Jacks Creek Elementary School News
Jacks Creek Elementary School News

We have had a great week here at Jacks Creek Elementary School!

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Sweeping the diamond
Lady Lion softball takes pair of DHs
Sweeping the diamondLady Lion softball takes pair of DHs

After trailing 2-0 to start both games of the double header Monday, the Freed-Hardeman University Lady Lion softball team regrouped and found their bats late in each game to sweep Central Baptist College with a 3-2 victory in the opening game followed by a 3-2 win in the nightcap.

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Neal named Marine Corps/WBCA National NAIA Coach of Year
Neal named Marine Corps/WBCA National NAIA Coach of Year

Freed-Hardeman University women's basketball head coach Dale Neal is the 2017 United States Marine Corps/WBCA National NAIA Coach of the Year, the Women's Basketball Coaches Association announced Tuesday.

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Junior High spring sports
Junior High spring sports

Chester County Junior High concluded its girls' volleyball season last week with a home match against University School of Jackson.

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CC softball opens with four victories, but falls in Whitehead tourney semis

Four victories were not quite enough last weekend as the Chester County High School softball team opened its season in the Sara Beth Whitehead tournament at Jackson.

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Belleville takes two of three from Diamond Lions

Despite taking a comfortable 7-1 lead following two innings of play Sunday, the Freed-Hardeman Lion baseball team could not hold on, as a late charge by Lindenwood-Belleville would send the Lions home with a 12-9 loss.

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Bethel College spring game is April 22

Bethel University Wildcat Football will hold its annual Purple and Gold Game on Saturday, April 22 at Wildcat Football Stadium on University Drive in McKenzie.

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Bethel University Spring Game is April 22 in McKenzie

Bethel University Wildcat Football will hold its annual Purple and Gold Game on Saturday, April 22 at Wildcat Football Stadium on University Drive in McKenzie.

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