Tennessee Landfill Workers Rescue Puppy from Certain Death
They found the puppy near death at the local landfill on what was a typical day for them.
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Puppy Found Buried Alive At Dickson Landfill
Three workers at a local transfer station in Dickson are being hailed as heroes after saving a puppy that was thrown out in the trash.
Puppy saved after being dumped in trash bin and taken to landfill
Late last week, someone threw a three-month-old puppy into a trash bin in Dickson County, Tenn., and on Friday the contents of that bin, including the puppy, were transported to a landfill site after being picked up by a trash compactor truck.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Dickson County puppy dumped in trash
The puppy is now in the custody of Last Chance Pet Rescue. Anyone that would like to donate to his care can do so through their Facebook page .
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Daycare owner, 31, diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer
A Dickson County woman who has dedicated her life to taking care of others is now in need of care herself.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Local Students In Chile Share Experiences From Earthquake
NASHVILLE, Tenn. After Tuesday's powerful earthquake in Chile, NewsChannel 5 checked in with several college students from Nashville who are in the country studying abroad.
Family Fights To Get Back Adopted Daughter
A Dickson County family is fighting to be reunited with their adopted daughter. They say she was taken from them, without warning, 63 days ago.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Tennessee's Pro-Life Policies Strike Again
You can read all the heartbreaking details of Anita Hendrixson's death over at USA Today .
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Intellectually disabled woman's death a mystery
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Mon Mar 24, 2014
Dickson County company gets job training grant
Gov. Bill Haslam and state Department of Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips announced they have awarded $25,000 to Tennessee Bun Company in Dickson.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Dickson County Schools' present potential $32 million in facility needs
Dickson County education leaders' priority list of school facility upgrades, maintenance and construction at a potential cost of $32 million was unveiled to the county commission Monday.
Middle Tennessee boasts great strengths
As Middle Tennessee's economy continues to grow, the assets of each county in the Nashville economic market become increasingly evident and important.
Tue Mar 18, 2014
Skits & Bits: Sylvia Post Office robbed of $8.71
March 12, 1907- State Senator Dancy Fort and Speaker of the House, State Representative Cunningham introduced a bill to abolish the charter of the city of Clarksville and re-incorporate the town.
Weeks: 'Led to believe' Senate will differ from House on Common core vote
The state House voted overwhelmingly last Thursday to delay implementing the science and social studies portions of the Common Core educational standards for two years.
Retired professor leads final 'Created Equal' talk
The "Created Equal" film and discussion series concludes this weekend with the final discussion about "The Loving Story," along with a benefit choral performance and closing reception.
Gerville-Reache accessioned as a chaplain in Reserves
Capt. Stefan Gerville-Reache was accessioned as a chaplain in the United States Army Reserves on June 12, 2013 with an endorsement from Grace Churches International affiliated with Chaplain's Alliance.