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Dickson Co.'s Larry Fleet finishes second on Real Country show
Larry Fleet finished a close second to established Nashville songwriter Jaida Dreyer on the finale Tuesday of Real Country in USA. But judging by Dickson County social media reaction, Fleet was still “awesome” and “a winner” when he played a cover of Lady Antebellum’s “You Look Good.”
Dickson mom lived in car, cuts ribbon on Habitat home
What, you thought a little snow, ice and sleet Sunday was going to stop Jennifer Meade from cutting the ribbon on her new Habitat for Humanity home in Dickson?. After years of first living out of her car with two young children and then bouncing around from questionable rental homes, nothing was goi
Intrigue and innuendo surround Baby Joe Daniels investigation
A private investigator looking into the disappearance and death of 5-year-old Baby Joe Clyde is accused of operating illegally in Tennessee. David Marshburn, a private investigator based in North Carolina, spent several days in Dickson looking into the case.
3 charged after thousands of pills found at 2 North Nashville homes
A 2-month investigation led to the arrest of three people on drug and firearm charges in North Nashville. Metro police executed two search warrants at homes on Whites Creek Pike and Revels Drive Wednesday night, where officers recovered 2,791 ecstasy pills, 19.9 grams of marijuana, one handgun and $
THP identifies 3 killed in single-vehicle crash in Cheatham County
Tennessee Highway Patrol identified the three people killed in a single-vehicle crash on Highway 12 on Thursday morning. Clarksville residents Alexander Slayden, 44, Tawana Hoosier, 45, and Mary Mills, 62, died in the crash near Gayle Lane.
30-year Dickson County High tradition ending: Last Yuletide Feaste is Saturday
The Dickson County High School Choral program has become synonymous with the words powerhouse, excellence, and tradition. The various groups from the choral department perform on multiple occasions and in different venues each year.
Official complaint lodged against private investigator looking into Joe Clyde case
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — An official complaint has been filed against a nationally-recognized private investigator who traveled to Dickson County to investigate the Joe Clyde Daniels case.
Dickson Co. Schools opening 2 hours late Monday
Dickson County Schools will open two hours late Monday due to winter weather conditions, according to Schools Director Dr. Danny Weeks. Daycare will open at regular times. “If any changes need to be made, they will be announced in the morning,” stated Weeks on social media.
Cheatham Co. Sheriff: 3 dead in single-vehicle crash on Highway 12
Three people died in a single-vehicle accident on Highway 12 in Cheatham County on Thursday morning, Cheatham County Sheriff Mike Breedlove confirmed. Breedlove said the vehicle was coming from Clarksville, traveling at a "high rate of speed" when the vehicle went off the road.
Sheriff: Human remains not a child, rules out Joe Clyde
The human remains found in Cheatham County are not a child, said the sheriff, ending some speculation among Dickson County citizens that the skeleton might be missing Joe Clyde Daniels.
Dickson attorney Garton stole over $1M from Larkin trust, U.S. attorney charges
A suspended Dickson lawyer accused of misappropriating more than $1.1 million from a trust fund set up for the daughter of a state trooper killed in the line of duty in 2005, now faces federal charges.
Dickson Co. native Larry Fleet plays 'Real Country' finale tonight
No matter what happened on the finale of “Real Country,” Larry Fleet is already in a good spot. The finale of the first-year USA show, which is tonight at 10 p.m., has already been filmed. But only the contestants, which include Fleet, and those involved with the show know the outcome.
Inmate walks away from work detail, considered dangerous
CENTRALVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) - According to police, an inmate assigned to work detail in Hickman County has gone missing and is currently at large. Robert Warf was reported to be unaccounted for around 11:45 Tuesday morning. He was last seen in the office area of the Hickman County landfill.
THP: three in hospital after driver flees police, hits car in Clarksville
CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV)- Tennessee Highway Patrol says a driver hit another vehicle after fleeing a police stop in Montgomery County this morning. THP says that around 1:30a.m., a car fled police when they tried to pull them over near the intersection of Highway 374 and Trenton Road.
Dickson attorney stole $1 Million from child of Tennessee trooper killed on duty: official
DICKSON, Tenn. (WZTV) — A Dickson attorney is accused in a million-dollar scheme, including stealing $1.1 million from a minor whose Tennessee trooper father was killed in the line of duty.
American Airlines cancels 400 Monday flights
Winter Storm Diego is history but major flight troubles linger in the Southeast. American Airlines, which canceled 1,100 flights to and from Charlotte, North Carolina, on Sunday, has canceled 400 Monday flights.
Victim's family speaks out after DA declines to charge Fairview officers in fatal shooting
FAIRVIEW, Tenn. (WSMV) -- Two Fairview police officers will not face charges in the fatal shooting of 36-year-old Chase Sullivan last August that started as a simple welfare check.
Tennessee woman names daughter after police officer who delivered baby on the side of the road
Dickson Police officer Sierra Reprogal’s shift started like normal Monday night. By Tuesday morning, a newborn baby was named after her. Reprogral didn’t know the mother, but she delivered her child.
Dickson Christmas Tree lighting, downtown holiday event is Friday
City of Dickson Mayor Don Weiss Jr. will officially light the tree to kick off Christmas in Downtown Dickson on Friday. Following the tree-lighting, singer Katie Riggs will be performing while the downtown businesses host a variety of activities and shopping specials through the evening.
Local Living: 5 Things to Do This Week
1. Holiday Lights in Woodland and Fairview Parks, Columbia. WHAT: The City of Columbia Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting its annual Holiday Lights in Woodland and Fairview Parks. The holiday displays are open to the public beginning Monday, December 10 – December 25, 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. T