Blackburn "hangs out" with students for Constitution Day Blackburn "hangs out" with students for Constitution Day

Students in Diane Stewart's first period U.S. Government class at Chester County High School had the opportunity to participate in a Google Hangout with Representative Marsha Blackburn on Friday, Sept. 16.

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  • Blackburn "hangs out" with students for Constitution Day Blackburn "hangs out" with students for Constitution Day

    Students in Diane Stewart's first period U.S. Government class at Chester County High School had the opportunity to participate in a Google Hangout with Representative Marsha Blackburn on Friday, Sept. 16.

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  • Bolivar murder results in suicide in Chester County Bolivar murder results in suicide in Chester County

    An alleged murder in Bolivar ended tragically in Chester County Thursday morning with an apparent suicide.

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  • Chester County 42 - Obion Central 21 Trap rule forces forfeits, but CC not trapped at OC Chester County 42 - Obion Central 21 Trap rule forces forfeits, but CC not trapped at OC

    They call them "trap games." A non-traditional opponent on the football schedule, and also with extenuating circumstances, played just before a battle with a long-time rival. For Chester County High School, the trap was a 90-mile plus bus ride to play Obion County Central, on the slate of games just ahead of a conflict with rival Lexington. Additionally, the CCHS team was stunned to learn that star running back Tyler Dysart had been declared ineligible and two victories stripped from the Eagles' record. No problem. CCHS kicked on-sides to start the game and recovered the kick. It took only a few plays to put points on the board, and the Eagles were off and running to a 28-7 half-time lead, and 42-21 region victory.

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Griffin among graduates of TBI Leadership Academy
Griffin among graduates of TBI Leadership Academy

Chief Deputy Mark Griffin of the Chester County Sheriff's Office was among 14 law enforcement officers from across Tennessee who graduated from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Leadership Academy this month.

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Accelerator operator speaks at FHU
Accelerator operator speaks at FHU

Dr. Anton Mezger, of Switzerland, prepares to speak last week to engineering and science majors at Freed-Hardeman University.

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Chambers, roofing contractor, passes Sept. 12
Chambers, roofing contractor, passes Sept. 12

Cory Martin Chambers, 30, of Henderson, passed away Sept. 12, at the Regional Medical Center in Memphis. Funeral services were Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016, at Gateway Holiness Church.

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Arts in the Alley Moves to Courthouse Lawn this Thursday

Henderson Arts Commission's Arts in the Alley has changed date and location for September. This month's edition is set for Thursday, Sept. 22, on the courthouse lawn in a prelude to the Chester County Barbecue Festival.

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"Witches Stew Sale" is Oct. 22 at City Hall

Join the Chester County Relay For Life committee for a day of FUN celebrating the Halloween season. There will be a "Witches Stew Sale" at City Hall starting at 11 a.m. October 22!

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Safety first at Chester County BBQ Festival

Chester County BBQ Festival intends to keep visitors as safe as possible. After several festival tragedies in surrounding counties over the last decade, Chester County remains dedicated to the safety of its festivalgoers.

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Chester County Senior Center News
Chester County Senior Center News

Twenty three Chester County Seniors traveled to Chappins Barn Theater in Nashville, on Sept. 15 for lunch and a great show, "Picture Perfect"!

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Lions Club News
Lions Club News

The Chester County Lions Club has long had the tradition of honoring those in our community who work hard to add value by giving freely of their time, effort and energy through volunteerism.

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Enville Community News
Enville Community News

Hello from Enville. I hope everyone had a great week! Fall is here as of today, Sept. 22, the temperatures do not reflect it and it was in the low 90's Monday and will be most of the week.

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to everyone! For this is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it. I hope you are enjoying the fall weather.

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Jacks Creek Community News
Jacks Creek Community News

There have been about 159 reported obits this year. The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

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Montezuma Community News
Montezuma Community News

Let me start by apologizing for missing last weeks article. My week started off very busy and I just did not make the deadline. There are times when even the small things just do not fit into your schedule, and last week was one of those times.

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

As I write, it is Sunday, Sept. 18. It is a warm, humid partly sunny day. I can handle warm better than humid. We sure got a few good downpours where we live Saturday.

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Local author to sign books in Ole Miss Grove
Local author to sign books in Ole Miss Grove

Local author Alex Beene has a rare opportunity coming up this weekend. As a graduate of The University of Mississippi, he is drawn to his alma mater's campus and history, and as a writer, he feels compelled to tell its story.

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Celebrating 70 years together
Celebrating 70 years together

Jack and Imogene Fitts celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary at their home on Thursday, Sept. 15.

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Cravens-Reid Engagement
Cravens-Reid Engagement

Nicole Cravens of Henderson and Justin Reid of Nashville, and their families, announce their engagement.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mike and Sandy Cravens of Henderson.

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King 65th anniversary
King 65th anniversary

On Sunday, Aug. 13, 2016, Lloyd and Lee Nell King's children, Nancy and Tommy Connor and Jerry and Lisa King, surprised them with a 65th anniversary party. They were married Aug. 18, 1951.

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Local company produces commercials for state Adult Education Department
Local company produces commercials for state Adult Education Department

The Bramblett Group was recently hired by the Tennessee Department of Adult Education to produce three commercials to communicate the importance of earning high school equivalency through the free HiSET test.

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Southern Medical Aesthetics opens inside Southern Chic
Southern Medical Aesthetics opens inside Southern Chic

Southern Medical Aesthetics has a home inside Southern Chic Spatique. The ribbon cutting for the newest members of Southern Chic took place with an open house from 4-6 p.m. Sept. 13.

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Father of the groom

As the father of the groom, I am preparing for my second of two weddings in the past two years. With my second son getting married, the door of my nest that leaves the bride of my youth and me alone ... is closing with a somewhat permanent-feeling thud.

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CC girls' soccer plays in North Side tournament
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CCHS teams place third at FHU Open
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FHU volleyball defeats Harris Stowe State U.
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Generals claim second Southern League title
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Hannibal hands it to FHU teams
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Harlem Wizards in Henderson Thursday!
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