The Dickson County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Main Street Media of Tennessee, publishers of the Dickson Post, is very pleased to present the 2019 edition of their annual chamber magazine, Discovering Dickson County.
From his very first day on Feb. 4 as president of the Dickson County Chamber of Commerce, Corey Albert has continued to step up, reach out and walk a path with plans to encourage and develop ways that celebrate community.
TriStar Bank, which has three locations in Dickson County, has been named among the top extraordinary banks in the United States by The Institute for Extraordinary Banking.
Dickson County is poised to sell a century-old National Historic Landmark building in downtown Dickson and the prime piece of commercial real estate where the library now sits.
Walking into Moss and Embers becomes more than a stroll through a gift shop. There is an immediate appeal to the senses to seek out something to celebrate, be thankful for or give away to make a friend or family member’s day a bit brighter.
Dickson Mayor Don Weiss and the four incumbent City Council members re-elected in last month’s election took the oaths of office to begin their new terms Monday, Oct. 7.
For breast cancer survivor Vicki Crosby, 68, the journey has been one of strengthening her faith in God, supporting others who are battling breast cancer, celebrating life to its fullest and giving thanks.
A judge last Thursday denied a motion to lower the bond of Krystal Daniels, saying $1 million isn’t excessive for the woman accused in connection with her 5-year-old son’s disappearance and presumed death in April 2018.
A jury might be prejudiced against Steven Wiggins if uniformed law enforcement officers fill the courtroom at next year’s trial for the man accused of murdering Dickson County sheriff’s Sgt. Daniel Baker, according to the judge in the case.
Dickson Middle School Principal Leslie Harrision bursts with pride for her students and goes to great lengths to motivate them.
Dickson Mayor Don Weiss was re-elected Thursday to a seventh term, defeating former Dickson Police officer Justin Walton in the first contested election for the city’s top post since 1995.
The Dickson County Board of Education refused to accept a proposal from the school system’s head administrator that would have barred homeschool students from competing in sports against their peers in public schools.
Authorities say it’s impossible to determine the scope of the hoax committed by Amanda Hartman, the former Dickson County woman who faked a cancer diagnosis and raised donations from local residents as well as others across the nation.
A Dickson County woman who pretended she had cancer and tricked people into giving her donations has been sentenced to probation and ordered to pay about $9,500 back to four victims.