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Common Core explained to parents
Dr. Jared Bigham, director of College and Career Readiness for State Collaborative on Reforming Education, or SCORE, talked to parents at Dickson Middle School's auditorium Tuesday hoping to dispel myth and quiet nerves about Common Core Standards in the Dickson County School System.
Number without power now under 1,000 in Dickson County
At noon Tuesday, about 850 Dickson Electric System customers remained without power following the Sunday morning ice storm that initially left an estimated 12,000 in the Dickson County area powerless, according to the top DES official.
Treece pleads guilty to reckless homicide, sentenced to 4 years
The Chester County man accused of gunning down a Hartsville man New Year's night during a drug-deal-gone-bad at a Dickson hotel, will serve four years in prison.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
House Destroyed By Fire In Dickson County
Officials with the Harpeth Ridge Fire Department said the fire broke out around 2:30 p.m. at a home located at 1229 Twin Creek Road in Charlotte.
Plan for Dickson-Nashville bus route advances
Commuting from Dickson to Nashville might get easier now that there's a plan afoot to provide express bus service.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Schools Closed, Delayed Due To Ice Storm
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Several school systems in Tennessee and Kentucky will be closed or delayed Monday as a result of an ice storm.
Dickson County ice storm update: Schools closed Monday; outside crews to help restore power to 7,000
About 7,000 Dickson Electric System customers remained without power Sunday evening and Dickson County Schools will be closed Monday following the early morning ice storm that hit Dickson County hardest in the Midstate.
Most of Middle TN out of winter weather advisory, thousands...
Update at 8 a.m.: Power remains out in Cheatham County after trees fell onto a transformer substation, said a Cheatham County Sheriff's Office dispatcher.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Clarksville Weather Forecast Friday Morning, December 7th
A light dusting of snow fell over the Clarksville-Montgomery County area last night.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Christmas in Downtown Dickson rescheduled
The Christmas in Downtown Dickson event has been rescheduled for Friday, Dec. 13 next week due to the forecasted winter weather for tonight.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Winter Weather advisory for Dickson County on Friday
Temperatures are dropping quickly Thursday as was forecast for Dickson County and the rest of the Midstate.
Expected winter weather already affecting sports schedules
Winter weather forecast to hit Middle Tennessee on Friday has prompted at least two schools to move basketball games up to Thursday.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Promising hip-hop artist from Dickson takes stage Thursday
Zach Farlow is returning to Middle Tennessee on Thursday night with a brighter future ahead.
Two Southern Champions: A Late Appreciation of Don Paine and John Egerton
Knoxville will miss Don Paine. Until his death last month at age 74, he was one of the most energetic and interesting lawyers in town, and a much-beloved teacher at UT Law School.
Sarah Geneva Bradshaw
Black officiating. Burial followed in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Sylvia. Visitation was Monday 3-8 p.m. and Tuesday 10 a.m. until time of service.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Education, religious leaders weigh in on Freed-Hardeman in Dickson
In the wake of The Renaissance Center transfer of ownership to Freed-Hardeman University, local leaders commented positively about both the center's contributions in the past and its future.
Dickson approves 400-foot beer distance
At a packed City Hall on Monday night, the city of Dickson voted to lower the required distance between beer merchants and schools or churches from 950 to 400 feet.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
1,400-mile trek for abused horse awareness passes through Dickson
Braving the frigid weather, Joshua Campbell and steed Kojak passed through Dickson County on Tuesday during a six-month ride from Southern Indiana to New Mexico.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Promise Land to screen films detailing Civil Rights struggle
A National Endowment for the Humanities grant-funded project entitled Created Equal: America's Civil Rights Struggle will be presented by the Promise Land Community Club in partnership with the Dickson County Public Library, Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, and an advisory committee.
Renaissance Center choirs to kick off holiday cheer
The first week of December will feature two special holiday performances at The Renaissance Center.