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Dickson County Chamber of Commerce President Corey Albert said the annual Farm To Table fundraiser dinner will move to a new location this year.

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This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s Sept. 23 press conference. Officials spoke about low student proficiency numbers and the Tennessee Promise.

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As motorists on Interstate 840 enter Dickson County, they’re heading northwest, and the road is about to end as they approach Interstate 40.

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Burns fuel terminal developer Titan Partners has sued the Dickson County government over recent action by the county’s appointed Planning Commission and the elected County Commission.

Photographer Marty Allison, accused of “physical contact” that was “extremely offensive or provocative,” accepted a good-behavior agreement that puts the charges on hold and could get them dropped in one year.

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A body was recovered in the debris of a mobile home used for storage that burned down in Tennessee City, according to Capt. Randy Starkey of the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office.

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This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s COVID-19 press conference from Sept. 17. Officials spoke about visitations at nursing homes and a refusal to give Metro Nashville virus relief funds.

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The new judicial building in Charlotte, which will put all county courts under one roof, is due to open Nov. 30, Dickson County Mayor Bob Rial said.

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At its regular meeting on Sept. 1, the Dickson City Council held a public hearing and passed on first reading a rezoning request for a residential development of at least 200 units on Cowan Road.

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This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s press conference from Sept. 10. Topics included police reforms, controversies surrounding Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn and state procurements.

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A hearing in the Joe Clyde Daniels disappearance case was postponed last week because four Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents who were set to testify had to self-quarantine due to possible COVID-19 exposure, authorities said.

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Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance, Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics and Mid-Tennessee Bone & Joint Clinic have signed a letter of intent to merge the three practices, making it one of the largest networks of orthopedic care providers in the country.

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This is a summary of a press conference Gov. Bill Lee held on Sept. 3. His administration talked about their anticipating a COVID-19 vaccine later this year, as well as pending reporting on the virus in individual schools. Reporters also asked Lee why he did not wear a mask the entire time he attended the Republican National Convention.

It is an honor to be the Tennessee House District 78 Democratic candidate in the year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote. District 78 encompasses all of Cheatham County, Burns, White Bluff and a portion of Dickson.

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The vote to proceed with the Dickson County Fair this year despite a pandemic was unanimous, said Steve Manley, president of the fair’s governing board.

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This is a summary of a conference call Gov. Bill Lee held on Tuesday with community newspapers through the Tennessee Press Association.