Voters of Henderson, and those who own property in the city limits, have one month to let their voices be heard regarding the issue of property rights voting before the Board of Mayor and Aldermen take a vote during the January meeting of the City Board.
The holiday season should be full of joy and time spent with family and friends. Unfortunately, the holidays often turn deadly as people take to the roads.
Henderson Board of Mayor and Aldermen met in regular session on Thursday, Dec. 12. In addition to a detailed discussion of property rights voting, the board attended to regular business matters.
The offices of the Chester County Independent will be closed Christmas Day, Wednesday, Dec. 25, as well as New Years Day, Wednesday, Jan. 1.
Where can you find five gold rings, two turtle doves or a partridge in a pear tree? Are they available in Henderson or Chester County? Or what about a unique substitute?
Clayton Bank and Trust hosted its annual holiday open house Thursday at its Main Street Branch.
Merry Christmas wishes go to Deanburg and all the communities of Chester County.
Happy birthday wishes go to Amber Taylor, Monica Garton and Patrick Weatherington on Dec. 19; Courtney Gregory on Dec. 20; Christopher Brown, Stephanie Ivey, Chance Fletcher and Cooper Lutz on Dec. 22; Nancy Jones on Dec. 23; and Mike Haley and Jennifer Haley on Dec. 25.
Greetings from the city. “This is the day the Lord has made let us rejoice and be glad in it.” No matter what life brings us we always have something to be glad about. Do not worry about what we do not have, but be happy for what we do have.
A good crowd attended the Christmas party Saturday, Dec. 14 at the Hickory Corner Community Center. Everyone enjoyed the good food and fellowship. Thanks to Vickie Beshires who decorated the center for Christmas.
The Jacks Creek Community Club met on Thursday, Dec. 12 with 62 members and guests present. The meeting area was decorated throughout with Christmas paraphernalia.
While at the vet’s office I met three pet lovers. A man brought in a dog that had been shot in the eye and was nearly starved to death. His daughter needed help, so this kind daddy took the dog to the vet. The eye was removed, but the dog found a man and a daughter who wanted to give it a home. Now they have a nice guard dog.
Sometimes cooking is all about learning lessons – often the hard way. I enjoy baking and experimenting, and many times, I’ll try something unconventional just to see if it actually works.
Join us from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27 at Shiloh Baptist Church for Martha Bell Phillips’ 80th birthday celebration.
Chester County Solid Waste and Recycling Department, along with the Tennessee Department of Transportation, recently sponsored a Christmas ornament decorating contest.
Chester County Attorney Marty Phillips has been recognized for his legal skills by two respected national organizations.
Friends and family of Frances Plunkett gathered at her home in Henderson Thursday, Dec. 12, for a belated surprise party to celebrate her 85th birthday which was on Dec. 7.
Ray Souther, manager of Fred’s Super Dollar on West Main Street, presents a check for $1,149.90 to Capt. Ricky Acred of the Henderson Fire Department.
Local residents Joan and Carolyn Swift congratulate their niece, Hannah Krantz, who graduated summa cum laude and received two degrees Friday.
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