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Creek Wood faces Stewart County tonight while showdown for 1st place looms against Indians

Undefeated Creek Wood gets its second shot at Stewart County tonight while a showdown for first place in District 11-AA looms next week. Coach Charles Taylor’s top-ranked Red Hawks have dominated their district opponents with a 7-0 record and average winning margin of 40 points. While tonight’s trip to Dover is the second meeting with… Read more »

Charlotte, William James open Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference tourney Saturday in Waverly

Charlotte and William James middle schools head into postseason action Saturday as the Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference Tournament begins at Waverly Junior High School. Charlotte’s Lady Tigers are the second seed from the North Division and will face Hickman County at 12:30. The Lady Colonels from William James are the North’s fourth seed and open… Read more »

Extreme cold prompts Dickson County and surrounding systems to open two hours late

Single-digit temperatures and sub-zero wind chills prompted Dickson County schools to open two hours late Thursday. In a SchoolReach phone message Wednesday evening, Director of Schools Dr. Danny Weeks said “student and staff safety will always be a top priority as we make such decisions.” Weeks urged parents to make sure students are dressed warmly… Read more »

Dickson council passes up $200,000 in granting reduced cost for permit fees for Dal-Tile facility

The Dickson City Council approved giving Dal-Tile a break on the building permit for its new manufacturing plant, which means the city is passing up potentially $200,000 in revenue. Representing Dal-Tile, which is preparing to build a 1.8 million-square-foot ceramic tile plant in the William D. Field-Dickson County Industrial Park, engineer Darrell James asked the… Read more »