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Local News

Plans to kick off 2013 BBQ Festival underway
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Arts in the Alley hosts second annual open mic contest
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Commission to discuss donation to WTN Veterans’ Cemetery
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FHU welcomes new faculty members
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Services for Weeks touch entire Chester County community
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USDA assessment shows benefits of farmer-led efforts
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West Tennessee Healthcare Foundation announces new endowment
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Opinion

Aliens among us
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American energy and independence - We have work to do
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Just what exactly does the American Legion do?
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More room needed at Chester County Library
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Remembering C.C. schools’ lasting legacies
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Settle down
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Words for the Week: “the truth is …”
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Business

UT Extension questions and answers: Putting your garden to bed
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Sports

CCHS hopes to continue streak against Bolivar
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FHU’s baseball Alumni, Family Day is Sept. 21
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High-scoring Junior Eaglettes improve to 6-0 on the season
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Junior Eagles edge West
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Lady Lions drop home opener to Point, 3-0
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SPORTS SCHEDULES
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Williamson receives TWRA award
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What's Happening

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Education

EAST CHESTER ELEMENTARY NEWS
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FHU students collecting T-shirts to help others
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Freed-Hardeman Admissions to host RUSH weekend
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Friday night sounds
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GED orientation scheduled for September
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JACKS CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS
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Local firms to meet with FHU students
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Racheal Sherer to exhibit paintings in Freed-Hardeman Univ. gallery
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Student video contest has $3,500 classroom prize
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WEST CHESTER ELEMENTARY NEWS
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West Tennessee Business College names local residents to Dean’s List
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Obituaries

OBITUARIES
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Your Right To Know

PROPERTY TRANSFERS/CIVIL JUDGEMENTS/MARRIAGE LICENSES
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YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW
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Public Notices

PUBLIC NOTICES
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Lifestyle

Exploring tasty possibilities with the often overlooked rutabaga
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Movie Review – Star Trek Into Darkness – “ … into 1966”
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Top Stories

C.C. remembers Weeks
C.C. remembers Weeks

The funeral processional for Chester County High School senior Brodie Weeks stretched for miles along Hwy. 45 South from Memory Gardens on Tuesday, Aug. 27.  Weeks died in a two-vehicle automobile accident on Aug. 24, and his death has greatly affected the Chester County community. See page 13-A for more about how the community has remembered Weeks.

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Ceremony at Medina memorializes Weeks
Representatives of South Gibson County High School presented a signed soccer jersey bearing the number 21 to the family of Brodie Weeks, a Chester County student who passed away Aug. 24. The exchange of jerseys is a long-standing tradition in the world of
Ceremony at Medina memorializes Weeks

In memory of Brodie Weeks -
South Gibson shows Chester County not alone in remembering Weeks

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Homeschool group makes “Blessing Bags”
Homeschool group makes “Blessing Bags”

The Chester County Homeschool group met recently and made Blessing Bags, which are canvas backpacks the students decorated and filled with personal and non-perishable food items to be shared with the needy in our community. The group is comprised of homeschoolers of all ages.

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Hornets’ sting hands CCHS a second defeat
Hornets’ sting hands CCHS a second defeat

Last Friday in Medina, the extremely young Chester County team faced another veteran lineup, South Gibson, coming off a great season last year, and the hosts came out with a 38-10 victory.

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New Labor Day weekend festivities attract hundreds
Color Guard from the National Guard lead the First Annual Labor Day Weekend Parade from North Chester. The festivities drew a crowd of more than 200 who concluded the day with a barbeque picnic.
New Labor Day weekend festivities attract hundreds

More than 200 people attended the First Annual Labor Day Weekend Festivities last Saturday. The coordinator of the event, Cardellia Anderson, began planning a mere seven weeks ago a holiday celebration that would bring together the people of this county.

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Community News

DEANBURG COMMUNITY NEWS
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ENVILLE COMMUNITY NEWS
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HENDERSON COMMUNITY NEWS
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NEW FRIENDSHIP & GLENDALE COMMUNITY NEWS
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Only Yesterday--“C.C. to honor soldiers of Chickamauga”
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Reception held for Robert Jones 100th
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