Posts By: Chris Norman

Despite late surge, Dickson County early voting finishes below turnout for last 2 Nov. elections

Early voting ended Thursday with a rush of last-minute voters at the Dickson County Election Office in Charlotte. There were 314 early ballots cast in person yesterday, the largest turnout at the election office of the 14-day early voting period. Dickson County finishes unofficially with 4,306 early ballots cast. Despite the surge of more than… Read more »

HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES

Today is Halloween and trick or treaters have several alternatives to going door to door to get their treats. For those who dare, area haunted houses present an opportunity for some Halloween scares. The Dickson Parks and Recreation Department’s 10th annual Spooks in the Park will be 6-9 pm Friday in the upper parking lot… Read more »

3 Creek Wood runners competing for state titles at TSSAA cross country meet Saturday in Nashville

Three Creek Wood High School runners will be competing in Saturday’s TSSAA state cross country championships at Percy Warner Park in Nashville. Junior Riley Kilian is making her third appearance in the state meet while junior Caroline Edmondson is competing for the second time. Red Hawk sophomore Caleb Allen is running for a state title… Read more »

Judge refuses to reconsider ruling dismissing petition to terminate McCaul’s parental rights

A judge denied a motion to reconsider his previous rejection of the latest petition to terminate the parental rights of Sonya McCaul’s biological father, saying there was nothing new to argue. At a hearing in Dickson County Chancery Court last week, retired Chancellor Robert Burch said all of the claims in a motion to amend… Read more »

Truck climbing lanes on I-40 among $400 million in projects delayed by DOT Commissioner Schroer

The additions of truck climbing lanes on Interstate 40 in Dickson and Hickman counties are among almost $400 million in projects that the Tennessee Department of Transportation has delayed because of a lack of federal funding. In an Oct. 24 letter to members of the Tennessee General Assembly, TDOT Commissioner John Schroer says instability in… Read more »

10th annual Spooks in the Park, Trunk or Treats provide safe Halloween activities for children

Tomorrow is Halloween and trick or treaters have several alternatives to going door to door to get their treats. For those who dare, The Devil’s Study presents an opportunity for some Halloween scares. The Dickson Parks and Recreation Department’s 10th annual Spooks in the Park will be 6-9 pm Friday in the upper parking lot… Read more »