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After ‘kill list’ at SBES, threat list found at Oakmont, possible weapon report investigated at CMS

Director of Schools Dr. Danny Weeks said it has been a “difficult” end of the school year as local officials addressed a “kill list” found at Stuart-Burns Elementary, a list of potential threats found at Oakmont Elementary and a report of a possible weapon at Charlotte Middle School. An investigation by the Dickson County Sheriff’s… Read more »

Judge wants to know what Medley told Kruse before ruling on ballot lawsuit

A Davidson County judge wants more information about what local election officials told candidate Blake Kruse before she decides whether grant his petition stopping him from being disqualified from the race for Dickson County General Sessions Court judge. Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle gave Kruse’s attorney, Jason Holleman, until 10 am today to file an affidavit… Read more »

Sheriff’s office joins agencies for first DUI Sobriety Checkpoint during Memorial Day weekend

The Dickson County Sheriff’s Office will join other local agencies in conducting its first-ever DUI Sobriety Checkpoint Operation during the Memorial Day weekend. Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe announced that his office will join with the Dickson, Burns and White Bluff police departments, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Governor’s Highway Safety Office and Mothers Against Drunk Driving for a… Read more »

Lady Cougars rally past Soddy-Daisy to play for 2nd TSSAA softball championship at 3 pm today

Trailing 4-1, the Dickson County Lady Cougars rallied with five runs in their last two at-bats to beat Soddy-Daisy 6-4 in the TSSAA state softball tournament semifinal Thursday night. The win advances Dickson County to today’s championship game at 3 pm in Murfreesboro. Soddy-Daisy plays Gibbs at 9 am in the losers’ bracket final with… Read more »

Creek Wood’s Caroline Edmondson finishes 6th in state final after switching to 300-meter hurdles

Creek Wood’s Caroline Edmondson finished sixth in the 300-meter hurdles Thursday at the TSSAA Class A/AA Track and Field Championships in Murfreesboro. The Lady Red Hawk sophomore’s time of 49.43 seconds was just over 3 seconds behind winner Vivian Smith of Tyner Academy. In just her fifth-ever attempt at competing in the hurdle event, Edmondson… Read more »

Weeks says officials responded appropriately to report of ‘kill list’ at Stuart-Burns Elementary

Director of Schools Dr. Danny Weeks said the school system responded appropriately after learning that a fourth-grader at Stuart-Burns Elementary School reportedly made a “kill list” containing fellow students’ names last week. Weeks said the child has faced a disciplinary hearing and is not in the school for the final week of classes. The student,… Read more »

Dickson council plans to auction off two unused lots in Woodfield Estates on Glendale Drive

The city of Dickson is seeking proposals from local auction companies to conduct the sale of two city-owned lots. The council’s Finance and Management Committee voted Monday night to issue a request for proposals to conduct a public auction of lots on Glendale Drive, which intersects with Highway 48 South between Sullivan and Eno roads…. Read more »