Paulman gets golden key to retirement Paulman gets golden key to retirement

At a retirement reception in her honor Thursday at the Chester County Courthouse, former law enforcement dispatcher Barbie Paulman receives a gold-plated key.

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  • Paulman gets golden key to retirement Paulman gets golden key to retirement

    At a retirement reception in her honor Thursday at the Chester County Courthouse, former law enforcement dispatcher Barbie Paulman receives a gold-plated key.

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  • Miss Henderson to be crowned Oct. 30 Miss Henderson to be crowned Oct. 30

    The annual Miss Henderson Pageant is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30 at Williams Auditorium at Chester County Middle School.

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  • Author encourages students to make discoveries Author encourages students to make discoveries

    Heather L. Montgomery, an author of animal focused non-fiction books for children, spoke to students from Chester County Middle School on Thursday, Oct. 23. Montgomery has a B.S. in biology and an M.S. in Environmental Education. During her exciting presentation, she told students that discoveries start with a question, and she encouraged the students to unleash their curiosity. She is the author of many "Wild Discoveries" books, and she added that her favorite place to write is up in a tree. She resides in Alabama.

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  • Eaglette soccer returns to State! Eaglette soccer returns to State!

    Chester County dominated Trinity Christian for a 5-1 victory Saturday in the TSSAA sectional girls' soccer game in Henderson. The victory sends the CCHS back to the state tournament, where they last played in 2011.

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FHU Benefit Dinner to feature Bill Cosby
FHU Benefit Dinner to feature Bill Cosby

The 50th annual Benefit Dinner at Freed-Hardeman University on Dec. 5 will feature famed comedian Bill Cosby, according to Dave Clouse, vice president for university advancement.

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Lt. Col. Ronald Cochran to speak at Veterans Day service Nov. 11
Lt. Col. Ronald Cochran to speak at Veterans Day service Nov. 11

The VFW post 4844 is sponsoring the Veterans Day program, at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 11, at Henderson City Hall.

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U.S. Senator Corker speaks to FHU students
U.S. Senator Corker speaks to FHU students

United States Senator Bob Corker spoke to Freed-Hardeman University students Wednesday, Oct. 22, during chapel.

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City Board schedules special called session this Thursday

Henderson Board of Mayor and Aldermen has scheduled a special called session for 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30 in the council chamber of Henderson City Hall.

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Halloween Happenings and Fall Festivities

The Deanburg Community Haunted Hollow is scheduled from 7 p.m. until midnight on Oct. 24, 25, 31 and Nov. 1. Come on out if you enjoy a good time, good food and want the scare of your life.

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Chickasaw, Bell's, again voted among state's best
Chickasaw, Bell's, again voted among state's best

Several Tennessee State Parks were recently named "Best" in Tennessee. Also a locally eatery was honored as readers of The Tennessee Magazine announced the winners of its annual Best of Tennessee Readers' Choice Awards earlier this month.

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Enville Community News
Enville Community News

Happy birthday wishes go to Stacey Gregory on Oct. 31; Liz Flanagan on Nov. 1; Wayne Pugh and Jill Mooney on Nov. 2; Tyler Robberstad on Nov. 3; Kevin Seymour and Jacelyn Haskins on Nov. 4; and Brittney Robberstad on Nov. 5.

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to everyone! I hope you had a great week. This is the day the Lord has made, be happy and enjoy it.
Well another month is on its way out and November is just around the corner. What does this month bring?

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

The Phillips School Reunion will be Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Hickory Corner Community Center, State Route 225 in Hickory Corner.

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Jacks Creek Community News
Jacks Creek Community News

Community loses possibly its oldest WWII veteran. Last year, James A. Webb, Patsy Denton and I visited William Cecil (Alice) Barker in their home where information was shared for a newspaper article.

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Montezuma Community News
Montezuma Community News

Please don't forget the Halloween party, held at the Montezuma Community Center 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1. There will be candy, hot dogs with the trimmings and a cake walk (so cakes and candy are needed). Remember your Halloween costume for the contest.

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New Friendship & Glendale Community News
New Friendship & Glendale Community News

We are still having some beautiful weather. Better enjoy it while we can!

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Making the most of leftovers: Pork potpie offers a new take on a traditional favorite
Making the most of leftovers: Pork potpie offers a new take on a traditional favorite

Last week I promised to give my readers a recipe that would deal with the leftovers of a roasted chicken. I intended to make chicken potpie, but sometimes life gets in the way of our plans. Instead of leftover beer can chicken, I ended up with leftover smoked pork roast.

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All-American Signs hosts Business After Hours
All-American Signs hosts Business After Hours

All-American Signs, at 4265 Hwy 100 East, hosted the Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours gathering of chamber members Thursday.

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Class of 1964 holds 50-year reunion
Class of 1964 holds 50-year reunion

The Chester County High School Class of 1964 recently held its 50-year reunion at Freed-Hardeman University.

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Henry Joe Smith born May 2
Henry Joe Smith born May 2

Henry Joe Smith was born on his mother's birthday, May 2, 2014, in Corpus Christi, Texas. Henry weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces and was 20.5 inches long.

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Lawdy, Lawdy Look who's 40 on Oct. 30
Lawdy, Lawdy Look who's 40 on Oct. 30

Happy birthday, Jay!

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Cover crops are a multiple benefit conservation practice
Cover crops are a multiple benefit conservation practice

The use of multi-species cover crops are an effective means of reducing soil erosion, improving water quality, enhancing water conservation, nutrient scavenging and mineralization, according to the Chester County Soil Conservation District office.

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Grant writing (part 2): Tips for being funded

Knowing what works - and what doesn't - often determines if your grant is funded or rejected. Simple, common sense practices "can" make a difference!

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"Campout" promotes literacy at Middle School
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EAST CHESTER ELEMENTARY NEWS
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Fundraisers for 2014-15 school year
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JACKS CREEK ELEMENTARY
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Marching Eagles sting at Hornet Invitational
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Eagle streak snapped at seven Homecoming, Senior Night, Pinkout at Friday finale
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Glow Fast 5K is Nov. 8
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Hat trick by Basso leads Lion explosion
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Jenkin's "trick" leads Lady Lions
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Junior High home basketball home opener is Thursday
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Run with the Pack 5K is Sat. at Record Park
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