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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.

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Dickson County Mayor Bob Rial recently held a conference call with the 12-member county commission about the coronavirus and denied that the discussion violated Tennessee’s open-meetings law.

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Former Dickson County High School girls basketball coach Melton Self, whose name is on the gym, was recently inducted into the Austin Peay Athletics Hall of Fame.

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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee held a press conference in Knoxville on Friday after meeting with local leaders about the area’s plans to combat COVID-19. Here is a summary.

The 2020 spring turkey hunting season is set to open in Tennessee beginning Saturday, April 4 and scheduled to end Sunday, May 17.

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Burns Church of Christ Pastor Matthew Hiatt greeted worshippers for Sunday service on March 22 but not like he normally would.

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Dickson County Mayor Bob Rial and City of Dickson Mayor Don Weiss renewed state-of-emergency declarations last Friday related to COVID-19, and the number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the county grew to 12 as of Monday afternoon.

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Because of the ongoing COVID-19 national health emergency, the 62nd annual Old Timers Day festival in Dickson County is being postponed.

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The Dickson Senior Center will be closed for the rest of March for coronavirus precautions, center director Joan Rial said.

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Dickson business owners said they were taking an enormous hit because of coronavirus concerns — and that was before things got a lot worse over the weekend.

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Gov Bill Lee announced today that he has extended the closure of the state's schools through April 24.