The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting checkpoints in Chester County on two occasions next week.
The offices of the Chester County Independent will be closed Thursday, Dec. 25 for the Christmas holiday, as well as Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015, for the New Years holiday.
According to a release dated Dec. 15 from the Chester County Emergency Communications District, funding charges for 911 services are slated to increase effective Jan. 1.
Members of Cub Scout Pack 25 and Girl Scouts troop 40186 visited with residents of Henderson Health and Rehab Center on Dec. 11 spreading holiday joy.
Greetings from Deanburg! I hope everyone had a great week. It was probably busy if it was like mine.
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.
Tuesday evening, Dec. 9, hostesses Becky Cyr and Janice Kent welcomed Ingleside-Pentagon Club members and their spouses into a Winter Wonderland of brightly lit snowmen sporting wooden guns and holsters for their Western themed Christmas party.
The Jacks Creek Community Club met on Thursday, Dec. 11, at the Jacks Creek Community of Christ Church, with 45 members and guests present.
Keep the families of Bonnie Plunk (12-11-20 to 12-22-13) in your tender thoughts and prayers. Mrs. Bonnie celebrated her 94th birthday in heaven; she's been gone from our touch almost a year.
Betty McEarl is leading in the Big Buck Contest, adult division, with a 13-point.
Colton Hearst is leading in the Junior Division with an eight-point. There are some folks who would love to knock them out of the lead.
The holidays are a time for tradition. This is the time of year, more than any other, that people long for family recipes and dishes that have been handed down throughout generations. Even as we marry and blend families, we look for ways to preserve our favorite parts of the holidays.
The Chester County Retired Teachers met in the Brown-Kopel Building Lobby at Freed-Hardeman University on Wednesday, Dec. 10.
Clayton Bank and Trust hosted its annual Holiday Open House Thursday at its main branch downtown.
Marty Phillips, the County Attorney for Chester County, has been recognized by his peers as a 2014 Mid-South Super Lawyer in a survey by "Law & Politics" magazine.
Bill Morrison of Chester County, left, and Greg Mitchell of McNairy County, right, were recently recognized for their service on the McNairy/Chester Farm Service Agency County Committee.
Dr. Barbara England, chair of the Department of Fine Arts at Freed-Hardeman University, painted an ornament representing Chickasaw State Park for the fourth annual "Tennessee's Home for the Holidays" open house event.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hearn will celebrate their 50th anniversary Friday, Dec. 19, 2014.
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