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Judge rules Dugan is a Bon Aqua resident based on voting records, cannot run for Dickson judge

A Dickson County judge ruled Thursday that attorney Mitch Dugan is a resident of Lee Brown Branch Road in Bon Aqua, making him ineligible to be on the Aug. 7 ballot for Dickson Municipal Court judge. In making his ruling on Dugan’s lawsuit against the Dickson County Election Commission, Chancellor Robert Burch said that records… Read more »

Carnival benefits Friends of WB, Habitat as dedication of 27th home set for 2 pm Sunday

The Friends of White Bluff are hosting a carnival Friday and Saturday at the White Bluff Community Center. The carnival will benefit the friends organization, which raises funds for events and activities in White Bluff, and the Dickson Division of Habitat for Humanity. The carnival offers a handful of rides along with traditional carnival food… Read more »

Camp Invention uses STEM skills in fun, problem-solving activities for 3rd-6th graders

Camp Invention is coming to the Dickson Middle School Annex next week. The week-long day camp experience for students entering grades 3-6 encourages inventive young minds through hands-on problem solving using science, technology, engineering and mathematics in a fun and creative atmosphere. Camp Invention is sponsored across the country by the United State Patent and… Read more »

Sonya’s reps say she is upset with former foster parents; Hodgins file new petition for adoption

The court-appointed attorney and guardian for 9-year-old Sonya McCaul said the girl is upset with her former foster parents for sharing a recorded telephone conversation with the news media and “wants absolutely not to come back to Tennessee at this point.” During a custody status review hearing in Dickson County Juvenile Court Wednesday, Hilary Duke… Read more »