"I was determined!" Nothing could deter them from getting their high school diploma

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.

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Lion King Experience Camp performance is June 28
Lion King Experience Camp performance is June 28

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.

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Retired Teachers met June 15
Retired Teachers met June 15

On June 15, 2016, members of the Chester County Retired Teachers Association were luncheon guests of People's Bank at Whisker's. CCRTA president Caroline Johnson welcomed everyone and thanked People's Bank for their generous support.

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"Parkinson Positive"
Book by former resident born of family experiences

Bruce McIntyre, and co-author Jerry Gill, have recently released their new book, Parkinson Positive. Copies may be purchased online at amazon.com or at www.BruceMcIntyre.com for $14.95.

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Home Country
Home Country

Windy's pickup truck was the third one to arrive at the scene of the fender bender. Both cars pretty well plugged up the road, and once it was determined no one was hurt, and the police had been called, Windy surveyed the situation.

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Saving on groceries and other shopping helps budgets

When it comes to shopping a friend offered this advice: "I want quality, but I want it cheap!" If you are like many adults, you share this same feeling.

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UT Extension questions and answers: Discussing differences - Healing conversations
UT Extension questions and answers: Discussing differences - Healing conversations

Many parents feel the need to protect their children from the harsh realities of violence, especially when the attacks are so close to home. However, talking with children about the role of tolerance is paramount in response to the recent shooting in Orlando, Fla.

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FSA County Committee nominations now open

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced recently that the nomination period for farmers and ranchers to serve on local Farm Service Agency (FSA) county committees began Wednesday, June 15.

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Library announces summer reading adventures

On your mark, get set ... read! Chester County Library is hosting its 2016 summer reading program. All activities begin at 10 a.m.

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Men's Health Week observed June 13-19

This year, we observe National Men's Health Week from June 13 to 19. It so happens that Father's Day falls on the last day of Men's Health Week, a perfect time for focusing on health education and awareness, disease prevention and family.

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Seniors drive need for public transportation

A diverse population of Americans lives in the nation's suburbs ranging from young families to retired baby boomers, notes the Association of Mature American Citizens. But it was not always like that.

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Seniors traveling, planning more trips to exciting places

Enjoy fun and travel with the Senior Center.
Day trip: Senior Expo at Carl Perkins Center on May 26, with 31 seniors attending.

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Shackelford Chapels support life-saving app

Shackelford Funeral Directors of Henderson - Casey Chapel and Johnson Chapel has graciously invested back into the community in order to promote the saving of lives.

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