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Fair board hires inspector to check rides before opening

An inspector who was part of the investigation following the Greene County Ferris wheel accident will check out all the rides before they are allowed to operate at the 92nd annual Dickson County Fair, which opens Sept. 5. Dickson County Fair Association President Steve Manley

Election commission certifies results of Aug. 4 vote

The Dickson County Election Commission officially certified the results of this month’s county general election and party primaries with no changes from what was reported on election night. Administrator of Elections Roxanna Hagewood reported at Thursday’s commission meeting that election day saw only two provisional

Charlotte council addresses garbage complaints again

The Charlotte Town Council continues to deal with issues and complaints regarding its garbage pickup service and members say the next contract will be much more detailed. Sammy Hayes, who holds the contract to pick up residents’ household waste in Charlotte, was back at Tuesday

Funeral Thursday for A-1 Signs founder Charles Hampton

Charles Hampton, the founder and former owner of A-1 Signs in Dickson County, died Tuesday at the age of 77. A funeral service for Mr. Hampton will be Thursday. A native of West Memphis, Ark., Mr. Hampton began painting billboards as a teenager. After briefly

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    It’s the news #Nashies have been waiting for! The fifth season of Nashville will kick off with a two-hour premiere on Thursday, Jan. 5 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Nashville is set against the backdrop of the city’s music scene and follows Rayna Jaymes and Juliette Barnes. Both women face personal and professional challenges as they... […]
  • Alan Jackson’s Good Time Bar Coming to Nashville’s Lower Broadway August 24, 2016
    Another Alan Jackson business is coming to Nashville’s Lower Broadway. Already a partner in the popular Acme Feed & Seed at 101 Broadway, Jackson has bought the 6,000-square-foot property formerly known as the Wheel and has plans to reopen the space at 421 Broadway as his new honky-tonk called Alan Jackson’s Good Time Bar. Renovations... […]
  • Zac Brown on Family’s Road Life August 24, 2016
    There’s a song — an outstanding song — on Zac Brown Band’s You Get What You Give album from 2010. It’s called “I Play the Road.” It’s about life in a touring band, but it’s a little more poetic than other similar songs, especially in the mostly-acappella bridge where one of Brown’s four daughters questions... […]
  • Keith Urban Celebrates “Break on Me” With Writers Ross Copperman, Jon Nite August 23, 2016
    Well-wishers from all over Music Row joined Keith Urban Monday afternoon (Aug. 22) at Jack White’s Third Man Records complex in Nashville to toast Ross Copperman and Jon Nite, the writers of Urban’s recent No. 1 single, “Break on Me.” Celebrants stood shoulder to shoulder in a room that appeared to have been decorated by... […]
  • Alabama Honored as Country Music Hall of Fame Reception Heralds New Exhibit August 23, 2016
    The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum heralded the opening of its Alabama: Song of the South exhibit with an elegant reception for several hundred guests Monday evening (Aug. 22). The gathering was held in the high-ceilinged sixth-floor event hall that looks out on Nashville’s ever-changing skyline. The guests of honor were Alabama’s founding... […]
  • ACM Honors Adds Glen Campbell Tribute August 23, 2016
    The 10th annual ACM Honors has added an all-star tribute to Glen Campbell featuring Blake Shelton, Toby Keith, Dierks Bentley and Keith Urban. The foursome will sing a medley of Campbell’s biggest hits culminating with his iconic song “Rhinestone Cowboy.” Campbell, who was diagnosed in 2010 with Alzheimer’s disease, will be honored with the Academy... […]
  • Pilgrimage Music Festival Partners With Justin Timberlake August 23, 2016
    Justin Timberlake has signed on as a partner and producer of the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival near Nashville with co-founders Kevin Griffin, Michael Whelan and Brandt Wood. The Memphis native has a home in Middle Tennessee and joined the Pilgrimage team to further lay down roots in the area. “I couldn’t be more excited... […]
  • Florida Georgia Line’s New Album: Zero Skips in 15 Songs August 23, 2016
    There are 15 tracks on Florida Georgia Line’s new album Dig Your Roots, due out Friday (Aug 26). And the band’s intention is that fans will listen to every single one. “We’ve still got the party songs, we’ve got the feel good songs, the life songs, the sad songs,” the band’s Tyler Hubbard said in... […]
  • Is Staying Humble Cole Swindell’s Secret? August 23, 2016
    Cole Swindell can pull off some full-blown country swagger when he needs to, like in his songs. But in interviews? He is about as humble as they come. In a new Q&A with Forbes.com, Swindell sounds like he never takes one single minute of his nine years in Nashville for granted. On discovering country music:... […]
  • Luke Bryan Sells Out New Home of the Minnesota Vikings August 23, 2016
    Luke Bryan entertained a sold-out crowd 50,000 country fans in purple seats at Saturday’s (Aug. 20) Kill the Lights tour stop at Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium. Bryan was the first music act to headline a show at the new home of the Minnesota Vikings along with openers Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch. His next... […]