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.
ConAgra Foods Inc. will close the Odom’s Tennessee Pride sausage factory in Dickson in the fall of 2021, putting about 350 workers out of a job, according to a news report that cited a company statement.
A U-turn at College and Main streets in downtown Dickson might not sound like a good idea, but until the most recent city council meeting it was legal.
Dickson’s Tennessee College of Applied Technology students put their design skills to work by creating a challenge coin for State Rep. Mary Littleton.
Employees at two Dickson markets received citations and the owners will face hearings for allegedly selling alcohol to underage informants during a compliance sweep conducted by the Dickson Police Department, the city announced.
Over a six-month period in 2019, there was an average of one car crash every two days on a segment of Highway 46 in Dickson, 88 wrecks in all, according to a staff memo to the City Council.
As Ted Williams and his business partners were raising capital in 1999 to start a bank in Dickson, they were brainstorming names for it. They were also dreaming up ways to make a splash when they opened the first branch.
The event building at the non-profit community center in Cumberland Furnace is closed for repairs, and trustees are seeking volunteers and $20,000 in donations to get it open again.
The third annual observance of the national Wreaths Across America ceremony was held at Dickson’s Union Cemetery on Saturday, Dec. 14. The Gideon Carr chapter of the DAR and the Dickson County Historical and Genealogical Society sponsored the observance. More than 300 wreaths were placed on …
Police swarmed a house in Cheatham County on Christmas and arrested the man accused of fatally stabbing two victims, including a brother of San Francisco 49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard, outside of a Nashville bar days earlier.
Growing up in Madisonville, Ky., Paul Pitney began swimming at the YMCA pool in the town about 100 miles north of Dickson when he was 6 years old.
A Humphreys County man was arrested in White Bluff earlier this year and charged with DUI for the fifth time, according to a recent indictment filed in Dickson County Circuit Court.
TriStar Horizon Medical Center now offers a robotic surgical program that will enable doctors to perform some procedures with less pain, reduced scarring and shorter hospital stays.
The driver of a pickup truck that sideswiped a disabled 18-wheeler on the shoulder of Interstate 40 and then crashed into a tree has been indicted for driving while intoxicated in the wreck that killed his son and his son’s girlfriend.