A run-ruled victory over Madison Central June 22 gave Chester County Dixie Belles their first district championship since winning the World Series in 2003. The CC girls, ages 13-15, swept through the tournament in Henderson without a defeat.
Deputies with the Chester County Sheriff's Office searched the Forked Deer River near a bridge on Garland Road Monday in search of property believed disposed of in the river following a burglary at a Chester County residence last week.
A slow-starting Chester County Dixie Belles softball team keeps getting better each game in the district tournament taking place in Henderson. Monday, the girls, ages 13-15, overcame yet another early deficit to overpower Madison Central 15-9 at the Dixie Youth Park. The victory left Chester County as the only unbeaten team remaining in the tournament, and with the top two teams qualifying for the next level, CC is assured of playing in the state tournament which begins July 1 in Summertown.
Chester County Board of Education met in regular session on Thursday, June 23. Superintendent Troy Kilzer II offered congratulations to Christy McManus for being named Southwest Core Teacher of the Year.
Steve Croom works three jobs. His day begins each day at 3:30 a.m. and does not end until past 10 p.m. It is a grueling schedule that few persons could maintain in order to make a modest living, and most would not attempt.
The Lion King Experience Camp, produced by the Henderson Arts Commission in association with Freed-Hardeman University, is underway. Approximately 25 campers were introduced to the world of theatre Monday, June 20.