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Board expected to vote to build middle/high school tonight

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The Dickson County School Board is expected to vote tonight on making a combined middle and high school campus its next building project. At last week's work session, Chairman Tim Potter said he plans on making a motion to move ahead with a school for grades 6-12 at tonight's monthly meeting. The school system's project
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After trading homers, Creek Wood and JPII are rained out

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Creek Wood's Lady Red Hawks and Pope John Paul II traded first-inning home runs before the heavens opened up and flooded out Wednesday's softball game in Charlotte. Rain suspended the game with Creek Wood ahead 3-2 with one out in the bottom of the first inning. As the shower grew into a heavier thunderstorm with
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Woman charged with using patient’s card for personal purchases

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[caption id="attachment_13053" align="alignleft" width="240"]Kimberly Niemisto Kimberly Niemisto[/caption] A Dickson woman has been charged with making personal purchases with the funds of a woman for whom she was providing in-home care. According to a statement from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, 43-year-old Kimberly Niemisto was indicted by the Dickson
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Planners approve site plan for Bavarian Polymers expansion

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[caption id="attachment_11100" align="alignnone" width="900"]Bavarian Polymers at 395 Printwood Drive. Bavarian Polymers at 395 Printwood Drive.[/caption] The Dickson Planning Commission approved a site plan for a $2.7 million expansion at the Bavarian Polymers plant in the William D. Field-Dickson County Industrial Park. Last week's approval of the plan submitted
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Lady Cougars lock up top seed by thrashing Indy 16-1

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A 16-1 thrashing of Independence Tuesday gave the Dickson County Lady Cougars the regular season championship for District 11-AAA and the top seed for the upcoming tournament. Mariah Stacy got the win and Kelcie Annis belted a fourth-inning home run. The Lady Cougars led 6-0 after two innings in Thompson Station and Annis' homer made
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