An account has been setup at Chester County Bank to accept donations for funeral expenses for the late Erica Cox Hendershot, as well medical expenses for her children.
The annual Mid-South Youth Camp Fish Fry is set for Saturday, July 27. The event, sponsored by the MSYC Advisory Board, will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the campsite, located on Highway 45 North of Henderson.
Chester County Superintendent of Schools Cherrie Pipkin suffered severe injuries from a bicycle accident while vacationing in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on July 10. Pipkin is currently receiving treatment at a Knoxville hospital.
Finger First Baptist Church announces their revival services Sunday, July 21 beginning at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., and at 7 p.m. Monday, July 22 through Wednesday, July 24. Ronnie Sells will be holding the revival and welcomes all to attend.
Walking, bicycling, even riding horses across America has become a popular way to raise awareness of particular issues. However, Saturday a group came through Henderson on a most unusual apparatus – an electric motor scooter.
My husband has been asking me for weeks to make a cinnamon raisin bread recipe, and I resisted because bread doesn’t always cooperate for me, especially during humid months.
The world’s top-ranked competitive eater was no match for the slugburger.
On Thursday, July 11, Henderson-Chester County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at the new Main Street location of La Di Da, a ladies’ clothing and accessory store.
Randy Mead of Henderson recently earned his Associates in Applied Science Degree in Funeral Service Education from Jefferson State Community College in Birmingham, Ala
Henderson-Chester County Dispatch Center Director of Tele-Communication, Barbie Paulman recently returned from the prestigious Chief Executive Training Seminar, held just outside of the nation’s capital, at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) located in Alexandria, Va.
Yard Sales! Many people, young and old, flock to yard sales early and often, enjoying the searching and the bargaining.
Main Street Café is celebrating National Hot Dog day on Wednesday, July 24.
Although June is national rose month, gardeners can keep their roses healthy and blooming all summer long.
Two local Dixie teams gave outstanding performances in state tournament play this past weekend, each reaching the semi-finals rounds before being eliminated.
City of Henderson Board of Mayor and Aldermen met Thursday, July 11.
Seth McCarty appeared in General Sessions Court on Friday, July 12.
The Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA) completed its annual Accounting Academy event for high school students on July 10 at Lipscomb University.
At approximately 4:10 p.m. Monday, July 15, Guadalupe Rodriguez fell from a forklift basket and hit his head.
The Chester County Library has been a busy place this summer. Because of the Summer Reading Program that among other exciting things allowed children to “touch a truck,” enjoy a magic show and meet Dr. Seuss’ Cat in the Hat, little ones have made the library a prime destination for summer fun! Youth have found a book club in which they can read and discuss novels as well as work on projects that reinforce the central ideas of the book.
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