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Shamrock Showdown featured fine coon dogs
The Houston County Coon Club held it 2nd Annual Shamrock Showdown on March 8 in conjunction with the annual Irish Day Celebration.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Dickson couple whose adoption was overturned fights to change law
The foster parents of a girl they'd adopted before she was suddenly returned to her biological father years later, are challenging the federal Adoption and Safe Families Act.
Nicks Hardware relics for sale
The room on South Main Street is filled with antiques and oddities. Surrounding visitors will be a decades-old unopened Tabasco box, never-used dishes from a different era, a Coke bottle from the early 1920s and timeworn tools that put the hard in hardware.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Summerville drafts resolution to censure UT president for 'Sex Week'
State Sen. Jim Summerville has drafted a resolution to censure the University of Tennessee leaders for allowing on campus the student-run "Sex Week," which included, according to the senator, a scavenger hunt for a "golden condom" and a "self-styled porn actress" as a speaker.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Police: Medical issue likely caused fatal wreck
A Hickman County woman was killed Friday afternoon last week after an apparent medical emergency caused her to crash head-on into an SUV on Highway 46 South in Dickson, according to Dickson Police.
New Charter School Touts More Diversity, Hundreds Apply
If you think families are losing interest in Nashville's charter schools, you probably haven't heard of Valor Collegiate Academy.
Dickson Electric to restore power to almost all customers
Power should be back on by the end of the day for almost all of Dickson Electric Systems' 36,000 customers.
Project Falcon unveiled: Dal-Tile Corp. investing $200M in Dickson factory
Dallas-based Dal-Tile Corp., the nation's largest U.S. ceramic tile manufacturer, is expected to announce a $200 million investment in Dickson today that would bring hundreds of jobs to the region.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Melissa Lee Standley serving 90 days in jail
Standley, 47, of Dickson, pleaded guilty February last year to embezzling $60,000 from the Humane Society of Dickson County.
The Amp in the Atlantic. The Amplantic?
Over at the Atlantic Cities blog , Nashville's own Bobby Allyn has a post introducing the Amp controversy to the rest of the nation.
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Banking on a new home
Columbia's TriStar Bank will undergo an expansion when it moves to a new, larger location toward the end of the year.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Winter Storm Leaves Thousands Without Power
NASHVILLE, Tenn. The winter storm that hit the mid-state Monday left thousands of people in the dark.
Ice-covered Dickson County roads, fallen trees cause a 'mess"
Ice-covered roads and downed trees have caused "multiple" wrecks throughout Dickson County and left about 4,000 scattered customers without power, according to county EMA Director Rob Fisher.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Fatal wreck on Highway 46 in Dickson, traffic diverted
A fatal wreck occurred about 2:30 p.m. Friday on Highway 46 near the Natchez Medical Park in Dickson.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Standley in court Friday for probation violation hearing
The former Humane Society leader who stole at least $60,000 from the organization is scheduled in court Friday for not paying $15,000 in restitution.
Time to trim the trees again
It's that time in Dickson Electric System's five-year tree-trimming rotation again, which means knocking back--or down--any foliage close to power lines.
House OKs wine in grocery; Shepard, Littleton approve
The Tennessee House of Representatives passed a bill last week that would let grocery stores sell wine, clearing the way for perhaps the biggest overhaul of the state's liquor laws since the end of Prohibition.
Vanleer mock shooter drill helps officials prep for real scenario
Emergency Management Services from around the region took part in a mock incident in Vanleer on Wednesday as part of an ongoing process to test communications and other aspects of fast response as well as lock-down procedures at schools.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
A resident of Dickson County since 1975, Joe, the third of four children, was born on June 14, 1934 in Epworth, GA.