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Dragons close season 34-12 over Whitthorne, earn rematch with Lewisburg for conference championship

Dickson Middle School’s Dragons blew out Whitthorne 34-12 Thursday night to wrap up the regular season and secure a rematch with Lewisburg for the Big South Conference Championship. The 5-1 Dragons will host Lewisburg in Homer Hamdorff Stadium Oct. 4. The Tigers are 6-1 with a game remaining at Bridgeforth Middle next week. Lewisburg’s only… Read more »

DCHS and CWHS celebrate Homecoming on Friday

HOMECOMING 2014 SCHEDULES Friday, Sept. 26 Dickson County High School 9:00 am – Pep Rally Floats on display after Pep Rally 11:30 am – School Dismisses (DCHS and all feeder schools) 1:00 pm – Homecoming Parade Begins at Dickson Middle School, passes through downtown and ends at DCHS 6:30 pm – Coronation of Queen Katey… Read more »

Dickson County detective shoots, wounds hiding suspect while serving warrant in Hickman County

A Dickson County Sheriff’s Office detective shot and wounded a suspect while serving a warrant in Hickman County Wednesday. According to a statement issued by the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has been called in to investigate the shooting. Nobody else was injured in the incident and the name of the… Read more »

Charlotte council considers returning to June elections or seeking combined day for all cities

Following frustrations over the first municipal election held in conjunction with a countywide election, the Charlotte Town Council is considering the possibility of changing its election cycle back to the way it used to be. At Tuesday night’s meeting, Mayor Bill Davis and several council members said Charlotte residents expressed frustrations over the town election… Read more »

Start of bus service to Nashville delayed because no temporary Dickson Park and Ride site located

The start of the new commuter bus service to Nashville is being delayed because officials are having a hard time finding a temporary location for the buses to stop in Dickson. Patricia Harris-Morehead, communications and marketing director for the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority and the Regional Transportation Authority, said Wednesday that so far the RTA… Read more »

2 months after breaking back in plane crash, Hargrove to be crowned Homecoming queen

Just two months after being seriously injured in a plane crash in Alabama, Dickson County High School senior Katey Hargrove will be crowned 2014 Homecoming queen Friday night. DCHS students elected Hargrove to be queen earlier this month following her return to school. The 17-year-old daughter of Joyce Norman and Vince Hargrove, Katey suffered a… Read more »

Dickson Dragons close out regular season hosting Whitthorne hoping to lock in title shot

Dickson Middle School will close out the regular season hosting Whitthorne Thursday night. The 4-1 Dragons are hoping to lock up the host spot for the Big South Conference championship game with a win at Homer Hamdorff Stadium. The Tigers have struggled with some lopsided losses to conference opponents, including 47-0 to Lewisburg, 38-6 to… Read more »

Supreme Court refuses to hear county’s appeal of ruling in former Register Farthing’s lawsuit over employee raises

The Tennessee Supreme Court has rejected Dickson County’s appeal of former Register of Deeds Jackie Farthing’s lawsuit over raises. In an order filed Thursday, the state’s high court remands the matter back to Dickson County Chancery Court to determine how much of Farthing’s attorneys’ fees and costs will be paid by the county. The ruling… Read more »