Macaroni and cheese can get boring, especially if it comes from a box. In just a little longer than the time it takes to make prepackaged macaroni, you can have a delicious macaroni and cheese bake that is full of flavor and is a complete meal.
Jerry Clower was famous for his story telling, and he once recorded a tale about persimmon wine. Don't know how truthful that yarn was, however, if you have ever eaten a green persimmon, you probably needed some relief! For you see, before it ripens, the fruit of the persimmon tree has tremendous "pucker power."
You see them at every event and all the sports games. That pretty 13-year old shaking her pom-poms and screaming cheer-chants at the top of her lungs. Another day you see that adorable 10-year old running across a field chasing a soccer ball for all she is worth, then suddenly with gazelle-like grace she makes the winning points.
The Chester County High School marching band program hosted the 2015 Holiday Mart Saturday at Eagle Gym.
Fred's Super Dollar Manager Kevin Ricketts, center, presents a check to Henderson fireman Christian Shrader, left, and Lt. Bill Baldy, right.
Gladys Memphis Garland of Henderson will celebrate her 100th birthday on Friday, Nov. 27 with family and friends. She lives at Henderson Health and Rehab.
Willie Sue Anderson, M.Ed., a native of Henderson, has published her first children's book, Wynter, Take a Bow! The book poetically illustrates the creative genius and exuberant spirit of one amazing little girl.
Chester County Seniors celebrated their November Birthdays at the Center last Thursday accompanied by Mayor Dwain Seaton (November Birthday Sponsor), back left, and Mayor Bobby King.
As we grow older, we want to continue holiday traditions we have honored in the past. But with down-sizing to a smaller home or apartment, there is not space to feed or seat several generations of family or friends.
With Thanksgiving just days away, you are no doubt busy making plans, preparing your home for guests, and finalizing menus. Whether you are the main food preparer of the holiday meal or you are a guest charged with bringing a couple of side dishes, it is important for everyone to make food safety a priority during all of the festivities.
In light of recent international terrorist activities, one might wonder what makes some people "tick." Beyond that, we cannot just wish it away or ignore it, especially when "our" kids ask questions about it.
Holly Jolly Holiday Market Dec. 5
The Holly Jolly Holiday Market is Henderson's destination for an intimate and enjoyable holiday shopping experience. Enjoy hot chocolate and apple cider while you shop for unique gift items.
With white-tailed deer rifle season now open in Tennessee, officials at the Tennessee Wildlife Federation (TWF) are reminding hunters that one deer donated to TWF's Hunters for the Hungry (HFTH) program will provide 168 meals to Tennessee's less fortunate this holiday season.
People take great pride in celebrating their 25th and 50th wedding anniversaries, exchanging silver and gold symbols of love, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens.
Tennessee Highway Patrol Colonel Tracy Trott last week announced the third annual "Interstate 40 Challenge: The Drive to Zero Fatalities" traffic safety initiative scheduled for the Thanksgiv-ing holiday period.
The U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) last week announced that nearly one half of the 1.7 million farms that signed up for either the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) or Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs will receive safety-net payments for the 2014 crop year.
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