Arts in the Alley was held last Thursday, Aug. 15, at Henderson Downtown Park. Beautiful, unseasonably cool weather welcomed visitors, vendors and musicians.
The Labor Day weekend picnic tradition in Chester County returns Aug. 31 beginning with a parade at 9 a.m. at Chester County High School and eventually concluding on Luray Ave. at North Chester School, 189 Luray Ave.
Chester County Schools have announced the release of a new, district-wide mobile communications application from School Connect, a leading developer of mobile applications for K-12 school systems and institutions.
If President Eisenhower were alive today, the five-star general may be shocked to know that his own speeches are too offensive to be quoted in the military he used to command.
Hello, again, “Mary’s Musings” readers. I took a little unplanned break from this column for the last seven months or so, and it’s great to be back writing again. I’ve missed having the opportunity to write about my thoughts, my adventures, and my random musings about life.
I was eating lunch with a high school friend recently at an Atlanta airport restaurant. He has worked in customs for eight years. He noted, “Everyone working in this restaurant is from someplace else.” We were intrigued and started asking those in the busy restaurant their country of origin.
Law enforcement officers and officials from many area agencies were in Henderson last week for a 32-hour program designed to certify officers in the correct use and installation of child safety seats.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s case against a licensed practical nurse resulted in her arrest in Shelby County after she was indicted in the death of a dependent 3-year-old child who was under her care.
Freed-Hardeman University held a “Welcome Home” to its new and transfer students Saturday.
Mike Stowe, right, cuts the ribbon officially opening Mike’s Appliance Repair in Magic Valley at 3615 Hwy 45 North of Henderson.
Red 2 – without seeing the original, Red – was … interesting! Meaning the plot was excellent with many seasoned actors and actresses.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Environment and Conservation Commissioner Bob Martineau last week awarded $1,694,000 in Recreational Trails Program grants to recipients across Tennessee.
Wee Care Preschool, 626 White Ave., has changed its name to Community Child Development Center. The center is licensed for 128 children between the ages of six weeks to 12 years.
Chester County took on Hardin County last Friday in the Star Physical Therapy Jamboree The two-period contest was a preview to the upcoming season for area football fans that jammed Eagle Stadium for the four contests.
Dr. John and Rosemary Brown, naming donors for the Brown-Kopel Business Building at Freed-Hardeman University, will donate $7.5 million for the construction of the Hope Barber Shull Academic Resource Center, which will expand the existing library complex almost 29,000 feet.
Former Chester County Schools Superintendent John Pipkin filled in for his wife and current Superintendent Cherrie Pipkin during the Aug. 15 meeting of the Chester County School Board.
Some teachers dressed as “energy vampires” to demonstrate how negativity sucks away positive feelings and causes otherwise positive people to feel negative.
Rescue workers attend to Paul F. Deal after his automobile left the roadway, skidded along the shoulder of Needmore Road, side-swiped a tree and jumped a ditch before coming to a rest in a field.
A mother’s love has been fodder for artists and photographers for centuries, inspiring statues and paintings the world over. But here in Chester County, a living depiction of maternal love is found in the story of two moms, Janice Terry and her daughter, Tammy Lott.
Happy Birthday wishes go to Linda Ludington, Patrick Haley, Robbie Haley and Millie Slezak on Aug. 23; Anita Lambert on Aug. 24; Maxine Grisham on Aug. 26; Garin Griffin and McKenzee McCleod on Aug. 27; and Charlotte Canaday on Aug. 28.
Hello to everyone! I hope you had a wonderful week. The first thing I would like to do is thank the Lord for another week. You know it is always great to be with you in your home, on your job and even overseas. To all of our men and women in the military, thank you for serving our country!
Members voted at last meeting to raise the rent fee for non-members to $75. The fee has been $50 to rent the center and members were not required to pay.
I am sorry that my article did not reach the Independent last week. I wrote the article and it got misplaced before I got over there.
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