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  1. home interior pictures selling for cheap…..looking for turquoise jewelry…looking for a living room rug…615-732-8099
  2. 2 trailers…..4 x 6 tilt trailer w/ mesh bottom $300…..5 x 10 w/ wood bottom $700 OBO…16in Pullin Chainsaw $60….615-740-1786
  3. 17in Goodyear wrangler tire, like new $15 OR trade for 15in tire…..table top stereo $50…..VHS player w/ 40-50 movies $50….429-5297
  4. 2004 Pontiac Montana van, $1800 OBO……plastic bucket, 5 qts of oil $10…..deep fryer, brand new, $40….815-8615
  5. 5 x 16 trailer, w/ wood bottom, tilt trailer, single axel $1000 OBO….615-618-3637
  6. registered TN walking mare, sorrow w/ white markings, $400 …..cherry china hutch $200….4 drawer dresser, $40…740-9199
  7. 2 tires…225/65/16s…$30/both…….vinyl bed cover, for short wheel base $25….418-3760
  8. looking for a used Karate adult sized male outfit. I think this is called a “Gee” outfit. It’s the white Jacket ant pants that look like pajamas. If any one has this please call 615 604 -2742.
  9. Will clean out garages and buy your scrap metal call ask for Danny at 931 996 3753
  10. buy sell and repair human hair doll wigs, please call for more information..Also looking to buy some good quality longer hair….All colors and textures, $10-$15 per inch possible, 12 inch minimum length please..931-996-3310
  11. 1.) Will pay cash for old wooden baseball bats made in Dickson. These are typically stamped “Leathers” or “A.H. Leathers” Manufacturing, Dickson, TN, and, have a model name such as Dixie Swatter, Commodore, Volunteer, Indoor No. 31, Yankee Winner, Sneex, etc. 2.) If you have any of these bats, even if you don’t want to sell them, he is compiling a historical portfolio of these bats and would love to document and include yours. Please call or text (615) 943-4384.
  12. sherwood am/fm receiver w/ tall ken wood speakers…..6hp craftsman mulch & mower…..yard trailer, needs wheels & tires ….615-557-5230
  13. free box spring & mattress, queen size, excellent condition….446-0734
  14. 2001 Mustang Convertible, good running, $1500….leaf blower, $20….441-3930
  15. treadmill $20….446-3260
  16. set of 4 wheels w/ tires…30/950/15…6 lug wheels..$50/set…….5ft box blade……set of metal side boards for pickup…free turnip greens…615-799-0976
  17. house for sale: 205 sunset rd, 3BR & bath and a half….large garage, back porch, living room with fireplace..kitchens redone.…..girls car seat & stroller, brand new, $30 (pink in color)…441-1541
  18. black & tan coondog….amp for electric guitar….looking for carpet…..924-1615
  19. looking for parts for murray mower…… for sale dormyer mixer w/ 2 bowls….regina floor scrubber…446-8706
  20. looking for bolts and bed rails…615-238-1450
  21. black leather harley davidson boots, size 8..$25…….black leather motorcycle vest, size 2XL….pair of antique doctor scales, health-o-meter….446-6421
  22. blue heeler puppies…931-494-1161
  23. 2 bags full of girls clothes…size 7,8,9,10….$100/each bag…lawn bags,….615-720-7657
  24. 14ft utility trailer, w/ dove tail ……$1000…..looking for good metal detector…441-5266
  25. 4 x 5 rolls of hay $25/roll…579-3823 or 948-4728
  26. looking for a wheelchair…615-957-4965
  27. allis chalmer tractor, w/ tricycle wheels…..metal structure w/ high beams….2 truck toppers for sale; aluminum & fiberglass…881-6814
  28.  natural gas home heating stove for sale its in good condition its a good morning stove $100….615 218 6416
  29. goats for sale…males…dairy & boar….$50 +…..767-2112
  30. firewood for sale…white/red/hickory ….tree work, provide references…..615-838-6269
  31. 1999 Nissan Altima…615-519-1156
  32. 2011 Torro 0-turn lawn mower $950…..2005 30ft  gooseneck trailer $4000….931-206-9235
  33. shitzu/chihauhau puppies $100…615-218-7704….boxer/pitbull…. $150….615-426-6868
  34. gas fireplace, $100…615-823-0262
  35. outside antenna, $30…couple of ranks of seasoned blackwood,…..stereo, $25…708-4558
  36. looking for 3 or 4 tickets to TN football game @ knoxville….502-386-4563
  37. New all digital proform XP treadmill..has the pro form shocks.. under 1hr time of use…lots of features…200 obo..
    1995 HydraSports 18ft Bass Boat..150hp Johnson..great condition…dual console…tournament ready…5900 obo..
    Also a like new fully electronic twin size bed..has headboard and footboard incline or decline..built in massager also…all remote controlled…has nice wood frame…300 obo…Call 615/973/7197
  38. looking for a pair of XL or 2XL camo coveralls for hunting…446-0976
  39. looking for good used appliances…and furniture and baby stuff…615-881-2056
  40. looking for a small truck, s10 or ranger…4wd….931-996-8347
  41. looking for good nanny goats……horse trailer for sale, …838-8270
  42. 4 wheelers parting out: kawasaki 400 & Honda 400EX…..Toyota T100 parting out…..lots of odds & ends for sale; yellow storage box etc…615-210-3211
Sen. Jim Summerville

Sen. Jim Summerville

A 67-year-old neighbor of Jim Summerville says she is afraid to stay in her McCreary Heights home because the state senator from Dickson is “terrorizing and frightening her,” according to a Dickson Police Department incident report. Summerville was arrested on a charge of stalking Friday and was released on $2,000 bond. Summerville was arrested again Saturday after he allegedly pointed a can of mace at the woman. He was charged with assault by threat and released on $10,000 bond with directions to not have any contact with his neighbor. Summerville, who turns 67 next week, says he is the target of a harassment campaign by the Dickson Police Department and he plans to sue the police once the charges against him are resolved. Cecelia Ann Donaven first filed a report about alleged harassment by Summerville Sept. 11 after she intervened in a neighbor’s dog being picked up after the senator called animal control. In the report filed Friday by Officer Andrew Perez, Donaven says Summerville created a sign saying “Keep it up, you’ve been warned” and placed it outside his fence facing her home. Donvaen told the officer “she felt threatened by the sign and stated Mr. Summerville was terrorizing and frightening her,” according to the report. Donaven said she is afraid to stay at her residence and “felt like nothing was being done about his behavior toward her.” Last month Donaven told police that in addition to facing signs at her home, Summerville has been parking his car in a way that makes it difficult for her to pull out of her driveway, has been shining a flashlight into her residence late at night, shines a flashlight on guests leaving her home, left a flashlight on his fence shining on a window overnight, even changing the batteries around midnight, will “flip off” her guests, yells obscenities at her, hits his fence with a cane while she walks from her car to the home and has even thrown rolls of toilet paper on her porch. While officers were at Donaven’s home, Perez reports Summerville’s dogs began barking loudly and ran down the road away from his residence. Perez and Officer Jerry Sumerour issued a citation to Summerville for violating the city’s animals at large ordinance. The report says that while the officers were talking to Summerville he “appeared intoxicated” and held up a handmade sign that said “Police Harassment in Progress” as if he was picketing, at one point placing the sign on the hood of the patrol car telling the officers to “get this on camera.” Donaven eventually obtained a warrant charging Summerville with stalking and he was arrested Friday evening at his home, booked at the Dickson County Jail and released on bond. Police were called back to McCreary Heights Saturday when Donaven reported Summerville had held up his sign in one hand and a can of mace in the other as she walked to her car. Officer Mike Phillips arrested Summerville on a charge of assault by threat and he was again booked at the Dickson County Jail and released on $10,000 bond with a restriction to not have any contact with his neighbor. Summerville is scheduled to appear in Dickson Municipal Court Nov. 13. Summerville was arrested Sept. 12 on a charge of public intoxication and cited for having an open container of alcohol after police said they received reports of the senator walking around the McCreary Heights neighborhood with a lawn chair and sitting in other people’s yards while drinking alcohol. He appeared in court on those charges Oct. 9 and the case was reset to Dec. 11. Summerville was previously cited for allowing his dogs to run at large in the neighborhood but that charge was dismissed in court. Summerville also was cited for leaving the scene of an accident but that charge was dropped by the district attorney’s office. An adjunct professor with Austin Peay State University, Summerville won the Republican nomination for the 25th Senate District seat in 2010 and upset long-time legislator Doug Jackson for the four-year term. He lost his re-election bid after finishing third in the redrawn district to former Sen. Kerry Roberts and state Rep. Joshua Evans in the August primary and immediately resigned from the Republican caucus, saying he would serve the remainder of his term until January as an independent. There has been a sign for Democratic Senate candidate Tony Gross leaning against the fence around Summerville’s home.

Turnout for the first four days of early voting remains behind the pace of August and is less than a third of the turnout seen in the first four days of the same period in 2012. Through Saturday, the Dickson County Election Office reports 917 early ballots have been cast. Despite opening an hour earlier in three locations Saturday, there were only 156 voters who went to the polls. Friday saw 302 voters at locations in Charlotte and Dickson. The 458 votes cast Friday and Saturday are a little more than half the 810 votes seen on the first Friday and Saturday of early voting before the August county general and primary elections, despite the election commission’s decision to open the polling places at 8 am Saturdays, an hour earlier than in July. After the same four days Wednesday through Saturday before the November 2012 election, Dickson County had 2,778 early votes cast with only two polling places in operation. With the election office open all four days for early voting, there have been 332 ballots cast in Charlotte. With early voting on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, Restoration Chuch in Dickson has seen 454 ballots cast. Early voting in White Bluff has been open only Wednesday and Saturday with 131 ballots cast over the two days as only 49 voters took advantage of the extra hour and new satellite at town hall. Early voting continues 8 am-4 pm today and Tuesday at the election office in Charlotte to conclude the first week. Wednesday is the second opportunity to take advantage of extended hours as voting will be 8 am-7 pm at all three locations. Dickson County voters can cast their ballots at any of the three locations regardless of where they live. Voters must have a valid photo ID when they go to the polls. The ballot includes the elections for governor, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives for the 5th District, Tennessee Senate for the 25th District, Tennessee House of Representatives for the 69th and 78th districts and four proposed amendments to the Tennessee Constitution. There also are municipal elections in White Bluff, Burns, Vanleer and Slayden and Burns voters will find referendums on allowing liquor by the drink and wine sales in grocery stores on their ballots. For more information on the ballot or early voting, contact the election office at 615-789-6021.

After being turned down for a grant for phase IV of the downtown revitalization, the city of Dickson again plans to apply for another grant in the ongoing project. Mayor Don Weiss Jr. has called a special session of the city council following tonight’s scheduled meeting of the Finance and Management Committee. The only item of business on the agenda for the special session is a vote on a resolution authorizing the mayor to “make application and enter into an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Transportation for funding phase IV under the 2015 Transportation Enhancement Program for the purpose of providing pedestrian and associated transportation and scenic enhancements to further the revitalization of downtown Dickson.” The city’s contractor is currently behind schedule on completing phase II of the project and the plans for phase III are still being reviewed by TDOT. Weiss announced at last month’s Finance and Management Committee meeting that TDOT had turned down the city’s application for a grant in the 2014 cycle to fund phase IV. Weiss said there was concern that the project might not be able to complete the next phase within the grant time limit, but the project committee was planning to apply again in the next cycle. “Phase II should be completed by that time and phase III should be bid and maybe even started. So it would put us in a better position for phase IV money at that time,” Weiss said. In previous cycles, the grant application deadline has been in February. On Thursday, the city sent out notice of the special session to be held tonight to authorize application for another grant. The city started the project with a $1.5 million TDOT grant, received $627,000 for phase II and $595,000 for phase III, which has yet to begin. The Finance and Management Committee meets at 6 pm with an agenda that includes reviewing quotes for employee health insurance, bids for turnout gear for the fire department and departmental reports. The special session of the council will follow immediately to vote on the application for phase IV.

Creek Wood scored six touchdowns in the first half Friday night as the Red Hawks rolled over East Hickman 48-24 for a District 11-AA victory at home. With Waverly upsetting Camden last week, Creek Wood is now tied with Hickman County for second place in the district standings at 4-2. Quarterback Ian Spence ran for two scores, passed for one and returned an interception for another, all in the first half as the Red Hawks built a 42-7 lead by intermission. The mercy rule was in effect at the start of the third period until East Hickman managed to cut the margin below 35 points against the Creek Wood reserves. The Red Hawks struck quickly on their opening drive with Spence and Mathis Duncan connecting for a 65-yard touchdown strike. Duncan stripped the ball away from an Eagle runner on the next series and Creek Wood converted the turnover when Kyle Klotz scored from two yards outs. After East Hickman got on the board with a 12-yard touchdown pass from Jacob Stone to Cody Thomason, Creek Wood scored four straight touchdowns before halftime. Spence fooled everybody with a great fake and ran 72 yards for a score. Klotz scored his second on a 4-yard run. Spence scrambled 23 yards for another score then returned an interception 70 yards for a 42-7 advantage at the half. Klotz opened the third period at quarterback and got his third touchdown on a 5-yard run. The extra point was blocked, which allowed East Hickman to stop the running clock by pulling within 34 points on Austin Shepherd’s 2-yard run. The Eagles got a 14-yard scoring pass against the Creek Wood reserves and the two-point conversion made it 48-22. The East Hickman defense pinned Creek Wood deep in its own territory and trapped third-string quarterback James Hammock in the end zone for a safety before the Red Hawk starters returned to secure the 48-24 win. Creek Wood and Hickman County are both 4-2 in the district, but the Bulldogs hold the advantage from their 28-7 win over the Red Hawks. Both teams trail Camden and Waverly, which are 5-1 after the Tigers knocked off the Lions 34-31 Friday. Creek Wood plays its final road game of the regular season Friday night at Lewis County.

Dickson County’s problems at Independence Friday night started with the coin toss and escalated from there in a 49-7 loss to the Eagles that officially eliminates the Cougars from playoff contention. The referee at Independence’s televised homecoming game appeared to misunderstand Dickson County’s call on the pregame coin toss and mistakenly awarded the flip to the Eagles, who chose to take the ball. On the second play of the game, Andrew Bunch hit Nate Johnson on a quick slant and the receiver sped through the Cougar defense for a 67-yard score just 22 seconds into the game and the rout was on. Bunch and Johnson connected for their second score for a 14-0 lead. Dom Childress, who ran for 123 yards on the night, picked up 34 on a touchdown run for a 21-0 lead. Bunch followed that with 36- and 3-yard touchdown runs before Childress got his second of the night on a 24-yard run for a 42-0 lead at halftime. The margin put the mercy rule into effect in the third period and the entire second half was played with a running clock. Jessie Newcome closed out Independence’s scoring with a 23-yard run in the third period. Outscored 83-0 in their last seven quarters, the Cougars avoided their second straight shutout when Jacob Murphree hit Enoch Williams for a 16-yard score with about 10 minutes left in the game. Independence would rack up 539 yards of total offense to only 196 for Dickson County even though the Cougars had the ball for almost 10 minutes more than the Eagles. Bunch completed nine of 10 passes for 260 yards and two touchdowns, both to Johnson who caught three passes for 120 yards. After winning their first four games of the season, the Eagles had dropped three straight before getting the win Friday night to stand 5-3 overall and tied for third in District 11-AAA at 2-2. The Cougars fall to 2-7 overall and 1-4 in the district with only the season finale hosting Centennial Friday night left on the schedule. Ravenwood beat Franklin 36-29 Friday to remain undefeated and take sole possession of first place in the district. Coming off its bye week, Centennial is currently tied for second in the district with Franklin at 3-1.

  1. home interior pictures selling for cheap….a pair of jeans, size 20, Carhart $20…..looking for turquoise jewelry…looking for a living room rug…615-732-8099
  2. yard sale Hickory Hollow Dr….multiple yard sales…in Dickson
  3. yard sale on Pruett Springs Rd….old trunk $50..old stove 1841 $50….computer monitor $25….615-881-0008
  4. yard sale in White Bluff….8a-4p….at old green tack building…205 Industrial Dr….across from Corlew…375-8960
  5. land on H46N,on road frontage, all level…utilities meters are not there…2 miles from city limits…446-3954
  6. wood fireplace w/ fan on door on front $100…..vented gas fireplace w/ full wood mantle $500….587-6276
  7. 8 x 10 glass picture of Titans..$5…..2- small coffee tables $5…..110 heater $5…..615-438-5963
  8. bread maker $5…..2 bags of DVDs $5…..615-438-5963
  9. yard sale 1015 Garners Creek Rd, in TN City….all kinds of saddles & tack & furniture (antique too)…740-9199
  10. tall dresser, chest of drawers $35 ….love seat w/ chair $40….tapestry rug, 10 x 5..$25….615-927-4062
  11. black & tan coondog for sale…..looking for carpet…..for sale amplifier….924-1615
  12. 2011 Honda PCX125 Scooter…will sell or trade on small ranger or s10….931-996-8347
  13. Will clean out garages and buy your scrap metal call ask for Danny at 931 996 3753
  14. a radio flyer horse $35 , Monster high sheets full size and curtain set $25. Siamese kitten 3 months old for $30 . .615-266-8076
  15. red oak, white oak & walnut firewood for sale….does treework..615-838-6269
  16. looking for size 10 blue jeans…829-2330
  17. yard sale at 1585 Jones Creek Rd…everything half price
  18. kitchen table w/ 4 chairs….utility trailer 12ft…….441-5266
  19. wire rabbit and dog cages…..looking for small automatic car, 2000 model or newer…..for sale 110 generator, sell for parts..686-8588
  20. table top stereo $50….uncle henry knife $20….VHS player w/ movies..429-5297
  21. 2004 Montana Van, ….17in tire $15 or trade for 235/15 truck tire…815-8615
  22. house for sale: 205 sunset rd, 3BR & bath and a half….large garage, back porch, living room with fireplace..kitchens redone.…..girls car seat & stroller, brand new, $30 (pink in color)…441-1541
  23. 6ft bush hog…..5ft box blade…set of metal side boards….free turnip green….799-0976
  24. looking for an electric treadmill,….roosters for sale….$5/piece…..615-812-7594
  25. yard sale on H48S…Oak grove & 48….lots of stuff sell for cheap..615-375-1585
  26. full size bed frame,  $50….931-209-5108
  27. looking for nanny goats, nubians……looking for fencing wire….for sale, 2 saddles, …838-8270
  28. jack russell to give away….lab to give away……615-920-3688
  29. size 6,7 8 clothes…615-720-7657
  30. Allis Chalmer tractor, w/ tricycle wheels…..6in metal high beams…truck toppers, fiberglass …881-6814
  31. looking for a used karate outfit….large male adult…615-604-2742
  32. dairy goats for sale & meat goats for sale…all males….767-2112 ….reasonable priced
  33. bedframes for sale…entertainment center…etc….looking for someone to do plumbing work…615-512-1782
  34. organ, free to whomever…heavy to move…..looking for a used iron bed…797-3018
  35. looking for a good used living room suite…or just couch? chair?….799-8153
  36. hovaround electric wheelchair for sale $250 OBO….615-509-5215
  37. yard sale …in Charlotte….lots of woman clothes, mens clothes, household items, etc….sell for cheap…3060 Vanleer Hwy…789-3857
  1. home interior pictures selling for cheap….a pair of jeans, size 20, Carhart $20…..looking for turquoise jewelry…looking for a living room rug…615-732-8099
  2. house for sale: 205 sunset rd, 3BR & bath and a half….large garage, back porch, living room with fireplace..kitchens redone.…..girls car seat & stroller, brand new, $30 (pink in color)…441-1541
  3. 1973 Sierra short wheel base..great running…some rust…needs a drive shaft….$800 firm…615-375-7015
  4. yard sale in White Bluff, friday & saturday, 8a-4p….old green tack building…205 Industrial Dr., across from Corlew…..375-8960
  5. yard sale, 1585 Jones Creek Rd….set of bunk & tomorrow.
  6. yard sale @ 1015 Garners Creek, in TN City……740-9199
  7. mallard ducks for sale….grown 797-9194
  8. 2011 Honda PCX125 Scooter…..looking to buy a 4wd truck, small, chevy or ford, 931-996-8347
  9. red/white/hickory firewood for sale….& do tree work..615-838-6269
  10. 5ft box blade, …6ft bush hog, 3pt hitch……set of side boards for pickup, metal… turnip greens…..615-799-0976
  11. 2006 Suzuki Boulevard, mid size cruiser….310-1228
  12. Will clean out garages and buy your scrap metal call ask for Danny at 931 996 3753
  13. 10.5 acres of land just off state route 235 in the Sylvia area. Seven acres of pasture and 3.5 acres of woods. Land is flat to slightly rolling and has been tested for building. Reduced to 56,000 it also has city water as well as gas. Price is negotiable….Like new leather sofa with attached settee. $350.00. Please call 615-305-6941.
  14. yard sale 203 W. Mead Dr.  in Dickson….446-3382
  15. 2 leather jackets; mens & ladies….2 large animal cages….bingo game, w/ wire cage $5….446-6421
  16. yard sale 705 Grindstone Hollow Rd….today & tomorrow..478-5197
  17. 1.) Will pay cash for old wooden baseball bats made in Dickson. These are typically stamped “Leathers” or “A.H. Leathers” Manufacturing, Dickson, TN, and, have a model name such as Dixie Swatter, Commodore, Volunteer, Indoor No. 31, Yankee Winner, Sneex, etc. 2.) If you have any of these bats, even if you don’t want to sell them, he is compiling a historical portfolio of these bats and would love to document and include yours. Please call or text (615) 943-4384.
  18. sweet potatoes for sale…1141 Hurricane Creek Rd…..615-830-6982
  19. yard sale in Vanleer…off of Sylvia Hwy…on 1099 Adams Rd…tomorrow only
  20. large dresser w/ 6 drawers & mirror….dog cage, for large dog….931-624-3117
  21. 2 dogs for good home…jack russel & lab…… carrier for sale $20 OBO….615-920-3688
  22. looking for an electric typewriter…615-289-2617
  23. large cage ask $50 , radio flyer horse $25 ,Monster high full sheets and curtain $25..615-266-8076
  24. looking for some old barnwood, I will tear down the shed or barn would like 10’ boards but any will do, also looking for a truck camper shell/topper that will fit a full size Dodge with a 6.5’ bed…….For Sale: I have a brand new 33/12.5/15” offroad tire mounted on a brand new black rim also have a horse walker for sale….615-772-8778
  25. 2- Torro leaf blowers with attachments….Used chainsaw, needs carburetor cleaned out……2 hedge trimmers, gas & electric, weed eater brand….brand new small & large pet carriers…craftsman & ryobi power tools…615-210-3211
  26. signed Titans hat, 2009…..ipod nano for sale……backpack picnic sets, set of 4…..TN Titans tailgate picnic table/serving tray…..110th edition Harley Davidson picture frame…other HD parts….931-764-0400
  27. yard sale…in Burns…2 houses side -by-side…..across from Lutheran Church on H96…today & tomorrow
  28. black & tan coondog….looking for carpet….924-1615
  29. Dormyer mixer…Regina floor scrubber…..looking for  someone to cut grass…446-8706
  30. yard sale, today & tomorrow, …lots of stuff…4 families….Pruett Springs Rd, in TN City…off of CCC Rd….follow signs…615-881-0008
  31. yard sale…486 Sylvis Rd…behind Dickson County Maintenance department…944-1386…..RV, 30ft, in excellent condition..
  32. yard sale tomorrow…@ 770 Cathy Hollow Rd in Burns…7a
  33. WW1 item….$300…….gas leaf blower $100…..2- tires…235/75/15s, 85% tread $50/both….in Waverly..931-264-0580
  34. 52 in projection TV, works….in Waverly..$50 OBO…931-264-0580
  35. yard sale on Hickory Hollow Dr….lots of tools and whatnot…today & tomorrow
  36. logs & oak tree cut down….anyone can have them, just cut them up…2330 CCC Rd…446-1999
  37. yard sale on 48S in Oak Grove Community…..740-9433
  38. 1989 Pontiac Grand Am…1 owner car, 85k miles…… 1997 Honda Accord….looks & runs good….Asphalt Pavement roller…615-788-2563
  39. yard sale @ 3060 Vanleer Hwy….lots of stuff, need to clean out garage…tomorrow starts at 8am…till 3pm ….564-0237 or 789-3897
  40. looking for heavy gage metal tin…3ft x 8-12ft…..1994 Chevy S10 pickup $700…..615-723-0759
  41. 1999 Nissan Altima for sale….wood working tools…mattress like new…615-519-1156
  42. 3 qtr length fur coat, real, & a fur cape…446-4479
  43. antique table, aluminum on top, yellow & green..wooden legs……Brothers sewing machine, like new….615-801-5003
  44. mud run in Vanleer…2pm tomorrow….5414 H49W …763-6198……stack of lumber, red & white oak $300/stack…2 wooden engines, 6ft tall..$400
  45. medium size chest freezer, …bird cages for sale….dorm fridge ….615-952-9906
  46. will clean out gutters, garages, barns…etc…..for sale, fireplace harper….789-3905 or 545-6519
  47. looking for a truck topper, fit a 1984 GMC long wheel base pickup….looking for a smaller camper….522-6608
  48. 1993 F250 Diesel, runs & drive great…..will sell or trade….$2750…..Huskavana mower, 48in, needs motor work..$100……looking for a freezer….931-623-0113
  49. large yard sale 1200 White Bluff Rd….right beside Jordan Cr… & tomorrow till 5pm
Thomas Baughman

Thomas Baughman

Police in Florida have charged a Dickson County man with molesting a young boy at a beach resort. The Panama City Beach Police Department announced that 55-year-old Thomas Baughman was arrested Wednesday on a charge of lewd or lascivious molestation of a person under 12 years old. A statement from the police department said Baughman, who gave police a home address in Dickson, Tenn., is being investigated in connection with several accusations of inappropriate behavior involving children at the Sandpiper Beacon Beach Resort on Front Beach Road in Panama City. According to the statement, the mother of a seven-year-old boy saw Baughman kiss her son and grope his genitals and called police. The statement says Baughman denied the accusations but gave investigators conflicting reports regarding his interaction with children at the resort. Police say they are investigating the possibility there might be other victims at the resort or whose families might have left in recent days. They did not release any information on whether Baughman was staying at the resort and, if so, for how long. Police said the investigation is ongoing and they expect more charges to be filed.

Drivers on Interstate 40 will have to deal with a weekend lane closure to the west and rolling roadblocks to the east of Dickson next week. The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced that preliminary work to prepare for repairs to the Highway 48 bridge over I-40 will lead to the closure of one lane of westbound traffic Saturday and Sunday. TDOT will be conducting field measurements on the bridge 5 am-5 pm both days this weekend. Westbound traffic will be reduced to one lane from mile-marker 164 to 162. Overnight work on an I-40 bridge in Cheatham County will cause temporary shutdowns next week. Crews will be removing existing bridge beams at the bridge over the Harpeth River at mile marker 190. The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be operating rolling roadblocks 9 pm-5 am Monday through Wednesday. TDOT says the work will be done in 30-minute intervals as work continues on the bridge in both directions.