This Christmas tree decorated by Dickson Civitan is one of the items available during a silent auction at the Dickson YMCA. The auction, which ends Monday, Nov. 30 at 6 p.m., is part of a multi-community club Trim a Tree Challenge to raise funds for Dickson’s Habitat Restore. To vote for a p…
Buff City Soap co-owner Candie Hedge said that the pandemic has not had a negative effect on sales because the store sells so many products that reinforce cleaning. She cited laundry detergent as one of the business’ top selling products.
Last week several members of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Dickson County delivered handmade cards of thanks to first responders and veterans.
The seventh annual Give ’N Gobble 5K race for charity is drawing high registration numbers this year, according to a lead organizer of the annual Dickson Thanksgiving event.
Mika Sesler with ERA Real Estate Professionals in Dickson has been awarded the Accredited Buyer’s Representation designation by the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council of the National Association of Realtors.
Jerry Jenkins’ service in the Army during the Vietnam War was a fight for freedom powered by faith and fueled initially in the cotton fields and the boxing ring.
Margaret A. Thompson, a candidate for the Clarksville City Council Ward 4 seat this week, has been voting as a resident in Dickson County this year while claiming to being a resident of Montgomery County.
Esther Wood stood on the southeast corner of Main and College streets in downtown Dickson as streams of pedestrians, many costumed, kept heading her way.
Seven weeks after the Dickson County Fair ended, the county’s COVID-19 infection rate has remained about the same as the state average.
Tim Eads was elected Dickson County Sheriff on Tuesday with 10,189 votes, while the acting law enforcement department head, Chief Deputy Jerone Holt, finished second with 7,071.
A slight majority of Tennessee’s registered voters — 51 percent — cast an early ballot for the Nov. 3 election, setting a record for early voting, Secretary of State Tre Hargett said in a press release.
This is a summary of a press conference held by Gov. Bill Lee on Oct. 28. Officials discussed the increasing hospitalization rate in Tennessee as well as unemployment.
State Sen. Kerry Roberts, whose district includes Dickson County, was released from Skyline Medical Center on Monday afternoon and is now at home, Darlene Schlicher, press secretary for the Senate Republican Caucus, said in an email.