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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.
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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.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Governor And First Lady Haslam Hosts Tennessee's Home For The Holidays
Governor Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam Monday opened the Tennessee Residence for the third annual "Tennessee's Home for the Holidays" open house, an event inviting all Tennesseans to tour the holiday decorations at the executive residence during the first two weeks in December.
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
Renaissance Center choirs to kick off holiday cheer
The first week of December will feature two special holiday performances at The Renaissance Center.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Dickson County Schools, other TN systems didn't get drink tax funds
The Dickson County School District plans to talk to White Bluff and Dickson officials about liquor taxes that have not been paid to the school district that could amount to a sizable sum, particularly if the state decides to ask for the money retroactively.
Turnout light for TSM meeting
The turnout was light at the state's public meeting Thursday for the planned 10-mile long Traffic System Management project for Highway 46. Of the estimated 25 people at Dickson County High School for the informational meeting organized by the Tennessee Department of Transportation, most were TDOT staff or people connected to TDOT; city of Dickson ... (more)
WorkForce recognizes locals
WorkForce Essentials and the North Tennessee Workforce Board honored area residents Rachel Daniel, Tracey Harnish, and Kaitlin Siddall along with employer Sonic Drive Inn at its Dickson County Customer Appreciation Awards Luncheon.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Hearing reset after Dickson woman who stole from Humane Society writes to judge
A probation review hearing for the former humane society director who plead guilty to stealing $60,000 from the organization recently was rescheduled to spring 2014 after she requested more time to find an attorney last week.
3 suspects charged after Eno Rd gunshot victim drives to hospital
Three suspects are in custody after an apparent Eno Road burglary victim drove himself to the hospital last week with a gunshot wound.
Dickson County School Board talks grades, Burns park, long-range plan
Monday's meeting of the Dickson County School Board yielded praise for individual schools, the district overall and another dizzying discussion of whether to invest in a Burns park for a not-yet-built school.
Skits & Bits: U.S. Mail was delivered four times per day
Nov. 27, 1932- Allison Leathers , founder of the Leathers Manufacturing Company, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fannie Fussell, in Dickson.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Dickson looks to hire city engineer
The city of Dickson has approved the hiring of a city engineer to stem consulting costs for the many projects going on in the city.
Lou Lou's brings new look, vibe to Dickson nightlife
A new look inside and out - with a focus on fun in a "drama-free zone" - has come to the familiar Dickson nightclub facility on Lewis Hollow Road.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Harvest of Homes Tour is Sunday throughout Dickson County
The Members of the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum proudly present the 4th Annual Harvest of Homes: A Fall Tour.
Perella: A dollar for Help Center can aid locals in need
I have always felt that to truly understand the depths of despair that someone is going through in life, you need to have experienced hardship yourself.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Stars awaits final nominations
The GVSA is in its sixth year and is a Volunteer Tennessee initiative that recognizes exceptional volunteers from each of the 95 counties in Tennessee and is designed to recognize community members who truly make a difference.
Agreement On Transfer Of Renaissance Center
DICKSON, Tenn. - Freed-Hardeman University has reached an agreement with the Jackson Foundation to assume ownership of the Renaissance Center in Dickson, Tenn., and offer a four-year undergraduate program and graduate degrees on site, the first such program in Dickson's history.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Thursday shooting suspect arrested
Investigators charged Myron Anthony Strowder, 18, of Dickson, with aggravated assault Friday.
Creola Elaine Proctor Matlock
Lebanon United Methodist Church. Burial will follow in the Mt. Lebanon United Methodist Church Cemetery.