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Slayden short a council candidate as deadline passes

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Slayden voters did not end up with enough candidates to fill positions and Jerry Perella remains the only write-in candidate for the Burns Board of Commissioners after the passing of Monday's deadline. Dickson County Administrator of Elections Roxanna Hagewood reports nobody else filed to be a write-in candidate in any of the Nov. 8 municipal
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Donegan gets new lawyer due to conflict on drug charges

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[caption id="attachment_7966" align="alignleft" width="176"]Jamey Earl Donegan Jamey Earl Donegan[/caption] The man charged with fabricating evidence in a double-murder investigation now has the same attorney to defend him on drug charges. The 23rd Judicial District Public Defender's Office was forced to withdraw from representing 45-year-old Jamey Earl Donegan on
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Commission approves new EMA truck, transport van

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The Dickson County Commission approved borrowing up to $425,000 for a custom-built truck to carry equipment for the Dickson County Emergency Management Agency. Mayor Bob Rial said the truck will provide space for most of the agency's emergency response and hazardous materials response equipment, replacing multiple vehicles and trailers that are currently used. The county
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THSO presents Director’s Award to DPD’s David Cole

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[caption id="attachment_16262" align="alignnone" width="816"]Crime Prevention Officer David Cole promotes seatbelt safety. Crime Prevention Officer David Cole promotes seatbelt safety.[/caption] Dickson Police Department Crime Prevention Officer J. David Cole received one of 10 Director's Awards during the Tennessee Highway Safety Office's 2016 Lifesavers Conference. Cole was recognized for his
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New Burns school could open with grades 6-10 in 2019

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The preliminary plan for the new Burns middle/high school is to open in fall of 2019 with grades 6-10, add a junior class in 2020 and then seniors the next year with the first graduation to be in 2022. At Thursday night's Dickson County School Board work session, Ron Bargatze of project managers Hewlett Spencer
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Tip leads to weapons, drugs, cash in Dickson motel room

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A complaint about possible drug activity at a local motel recently led to the seizure of weapons, methamphetamine, heroin and cash. Dylon Wade Stewart of Fairview was arrested on a violation of parole warrant out of Williamson County when agents of the 23rd Judicial District Drug Task Force executed a search warrant Aug. 16 at
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Misconduct trial delayed with new charges pending

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[caption id="attachment_16235" align="alignleft" width="194"]Douglas Wayne Hargrove Douglas Wayne Hargrove[/caption] Facing new charges, the trial of a former probation officer on official misconduct charges was postponed Friday. 50-year-old Douglas Wayne Hargrove of Lecompte Road in Dickson was scheduled to stand trial Tuesday on two charges of official misconduct for
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Noon is deadline to be write-in candidate in city elections

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Today is the deadline to register as a write-in candidate for the Nov. 8 municipal elections in White Bluff, Burns, Vanleer or Slayden. Any eligible resident wishing to be a write-in candidate must complete a certificate of candidacy at the Dickson County Election Office by noon. Write-in votes are counted only for candidates who have
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Commission to vote on magistrates for WB, new EMA truck

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The town of White Bluff is asking for two more judicial commissioners and Dickson County commissioners will vote on spending $418,000 for a new emergency response vehicle at tonight's meeting. Also on the agenda tonight are a collections contract for circuit and general sessions courts, a contract to provide mental health evaluations for inmates, an
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