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Hog Heaven restaurant owner Linda Gentry is trying to determine if she can reopen the popular White Bluff barbecue restaurant she opened with her late husband, Lawrence, 30 years ago after it was destroyed in a fire last Thursday.

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Johnny Cash got it wrong when he said there ain’t no good chain gang. If you’ve been to a Dickson County High School home football game in the past 50 years, then you know what a good one looks like.

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Lonesome Cabin, located at Lonesome Historic Site in Burns, is scheduled to undergo its first major renovation in about 60 years when work on the 201-year-old cabin begins next spring, according to Gail Jones, the president of Friends of Lonesome Historic Site.

At Part I of the Dickson City Council’s October meeting, the council unanimously approved the continuation of a community fund for COVID-19 assistance and rejected bids for construction of a new fire station.

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Freeman Recovery Center, an alcohol and drug treatment program founded by Burns native Shawn Baker in 2012, will be opening a facility at the former Dickson Food Stamps Office at 250 State St. in Dickson.

Cancer claims the lives of millions of people every year. But the fight against cancer is anything but hopeless, as the World Health Organization notes that between 30% and 50% of all cancer cases are preventable.