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Mathis, Murrell, Clark re-elected, Charlotte OKs mixed drinks

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The incumbents won in the only two challenged races in local municipal elections and Charlotte voters approved liquor by the drink. Burns Mayor Landon Mathis won his third two-year term by holding off challenger Stephen R. Cathey 273-203, for 57.3 percent. Stephanie Murrell and Dan Clark won their second four-year terms on the White Bluff
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Dickson Co. polls open 7 am-7 pm at 17 precincts

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It's election day across the country and polls in Dickson County will be open 7 am-7 pm. Voting will be held in 17 precincts across the county in the same locations as the county general and primary elections. The August election was the first time for the 5th District polling place to be the Bibb-White
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Defense wants clarification on testimony about other child

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[caption id="attachment_17117" align="alignleft" width="212"]Robert Edward Huse Robert Edward Huse[/caption] Testimony about a previous incident in which a child suffered a head injury is at the center of motions to clarify what the jury will hear when Robert Edward Huse stands trial on murder and child abuse charges next
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Council to vote on amending phase IV, applying for V

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While it is scheduled to vote on doubling its contract for phase IV of the downtown project, the Dickson City Council also is slated to vote tonight on authorizing application for grant funding for phase V. The council is scheduled to vote tonight on amending its engineering contract with Lose and Associates to increase the
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Rial to discuss school operations with commission

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After showing the Dickson County Commission how the county can borrow money to build a new school, Mayor Bob Rial will discuss school operations at tonight's work session. The discussion could include what the school system anticipates its needs will be when it opens a new middle/high school in the Burns area as early as
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Cougar Murphree semifinalist for 5A Mr. Football back

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Dickson County High School's record-setting quarterback has been named a candidate for the Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Award by the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association. Senior Jacob Murphree is one of four semifinalists for Class 5A Back of the Year announced Friday by the TSSAA. Four semifinalists were named for Back of the Year and
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DCHS grad Foster kicks first extra point in Vols’ 55-0 win

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[caption id="attachment_17254" align="alignleft" width="105"]Holden Foster Holden Foster[/caption] Dickson County High School graduate Holden Foster scored his first collegiate football point when he kicked the point-after following Tennessee's final touchdown in a 55-0 rout of Tennessee Tech Saturday. A red-shirt junior who walked on with the Volunteers last year,
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