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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.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
FBI Investigating Whether Dickson Co. Bank Robber Also Robbed Ohio Bank
BURNS, Tenn. The Federal Bureau of Investigation said they are investigating whether the robber who held up a bank in Dickson County last week may have robbed a bank in Ohio earlier in February.
Dickson Electric restores all power Thursday night
The Dickson Electric System manager said power was restored by 8 p.m. Thursday to all customers in its coverage area, which includes all Dickson County as well as parts of Hickman, Cheatham, Houston and Montgomery counties.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Dauphin: Warren G. Medley was a friend who blazed a path
I can't remember the first time I met Warren G. Medley. As crazy as that sounds, he was just someone that was always there.
3rd early voting location possible in White Bluff
The local election commission will consider adding a third early voting location in White Bluff for the August elections.
Dickson County Schools opening two hours late Friday
Dickson County Schools will be opening two hours late Friday. Buses will be driving at the "bus driver's discretion," particularly on the roads in north and northwest Dickson County," said Schools Director Dr. Danny Weeks in a SchoolReach announcement Thursday afternoon.
Dal-Tile to bring manufacturing plant to Dickson County
Ceramic tile manufacturer Dal-Tile , a division of Georgia-based Mohawk Industries , is expected to bring a new manufacturing plant to Dickson County, according to multiple sources familiar with the deal.
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
$27M Of Federal Budget To Go Towards Proposed AMP Project
NASHVILLE, Tenn. President Obama has proposed $27 million of next year's fiscal budget to go towards funding a mass transit system for the City of Nashville.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Dickson Power Restoration Continues Following Ice Storm
Officials with Dickson Electric Service said Tuesday it had reduced the number of its customers without power to 3,500.
Vanleer residents upset about icy roads; Dickson County 'froze solid,' TDOT says
At least one Vanleer resident is "riled up" about the hazardous condition Tuesday of the state highway running through town after the ice storm.
Dickson County Schools set long-range plan priorities
After ongoing discussions about what should come first, the Dickson County School Board voted Thursday to put a price tag on their top five school priorities to bring to the Dickson County Commission for review next month.
Burns bank robber suspected in Ohio heist
The FBI believes the Burns bank robbery last week and an Ohio bank robbery last month might be connected.
Dickson Electric pushes to restore power to 6,000; Vanleer mostly 'cut off'
For a second day, ice and some snow lingered in parts of Dickson County and about 6,000 Dickson Electric System customers were still without power.
How many snow days left in Middle TN school districts?
Savor it, kids. Metro Nashville burned through its last snow day today. That decision may confound some parents who make day care arrangements and then sail over clear roads into work, but school district officials make the decision based on everywhere buses have to go.
'Vigil for Sonya' held Saturday
About 100 people who believe a 9-year-old girl was illegally taken back to Nebraska from Dickson County, leaving behind her foster parents, took part in a nighttime vigil at Holland Park Saturday night.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Cousins Arrested For Vandalizing Little League Facility
Madison Precinct detectives have charged two teenagers for causing thousands of dollars in damage to Madison's Little League facility on Forest Park Road last month.
Winter Storm Leaves Thousands Without Power
NASHVILLE, Tenn. The winter storm that hit the mid-state Monday left thousands of people in the dark.
Thousands without power after icy trees snap lines
Nearly 9,000 customers are still without electricity in Dickson, Cheatham and Hickman counties after ice caused tree limbs to snap, knocking out power overnight.