DNA evidence has led to the positive identification of the person found in the debris of a Jan. 24 house fire at 420 Patterson Lane. According to the Chester County Sheriff's Department, the body has been identified as 46-year old Brett Anderson.
"Hold on to the love, not the loss." - Eva Longoria Our community expresses sympathy to families of Danny Howell (9-25-47 to 2-8-17), 1964 Beech Bluff graduate, a U.S. Marine with service in Vietnam - burial at Cave Springs; Bill Wood (9-20-35 to 2-8-17) husband of Vonah Martin and dad to Craig, Todd, and Kevin (good students with nice manners in school) - burial at Roby; John Rickard (8-29-27 to 2-9-17), formerly from Henderson died in Colorado - burial at Henderson City Cemetery; Ricky Pickett (6-18-56 to 2-9-17) - burial at Memory Garden; Shirley Moss Roach Pennington (12-17-38 to 2-9-17) - burial at Shiloh; William Gerald Collins (11-14-45 to 2-11-17) - burial at Big Springs in Medon; and Danny Blankenship (1-2-54 to 2-12-17), son of the late Arvil Blankenship (1927-2011) and Erlene Young Blankenship (1928 to 2008).
Mr. Keith Jernigan of Selmer and Ms. Michelle Jernigan of Henderson, together with Mr. Gaylan and Mrs. Sharon Connor of Henderson, would like to invite family and friends to join in celebrating the marriage of their children, Brittany Paige Jernigan to Mason Drew Connor.
100K Tree Day is the largest volunteer community tree planting event in the history of Tennessee. The Tennessee Environmental Council will distribute 100,000 native tree seedlings across the state of Tennessee.
In recognition of National Heart Month, newborns at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital will receive special red hats, instead of the traditional pink and blue striped hats, to raise awareness on the importance of heart health from birth.
The Freed-Hardeman University Lion basketball team dropped a second straight game Saturday night at the hands of Central Baptist College, as the Mustangs defeated the Lions 78-64 at the Brewer Sports Center.
With a chance to advance as high as second place in the district standings, Chester County's Eaglettes lost their last two high school basketball games of the regular season, and fell to fourth place heading to this week's district tournament.
The Freed-Hardeman University Lion baseball team set their sights on another Top 25 opponent Friday and they did not disappoint, as they were able to take down No. 14 Campbellsville with a final score of 7-2 in their home opener at Carnes Field.