Retired professor issues challenge to Freed-Hard. students to begin year
Retired professor issues challenge to Freed-Hard. students to begin year

A retired Freed-Hardeman University Bible professor issued a challenge to students Wednesday, Aug. 19, at the school's annual Tolling of the Bell to begin officially the 2015-16 school year.

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Sen. Corker meets in Henderson with S.W. Tourism Association
Sen. Corker meets in Henderson with S.W. Tourism Association

United States Senator Bob Corker met with the Southwest Tennessee Tourism Association at their annual meeting Thursday, Aug. 20, in the offices of the Bramblett Group in Henderson.

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Freed-Hardeman recognizes 46 members of staff, faculty for years of service to college
Freed-Hardeman recognizes 46 members of staff, faculty for years of service to college

Freed-Hardeman University presented service awards to 46 members of the faculty and staff in recognition of their years of service Tuesday, Aug. 18.

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HALF YARD SHORT!<br>Chester County falls to Adamsville in double-overtime
HALF YARD SHORT!
Chester County falls to Adamsville in double-overtime

In 2013, University of Tennessee football receiver Pig Howard could see the end zone only feet away and dove for the pylon. A touchdown would have sent the contest with Georgia into yet another overtime period.

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