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Swap and Shop–August 26, 2016

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Sponsors: Stephen Wallick and Associates, Charlotte Gun and Pawn, Dickson Fishing, Carl's Transmission, Dickson Coin & Stamp
  1. For sale–home interior pictures, marble top table round $30, 2 occasional tables $20  ea.–615-732-8099.
  2. For sale–2 occasional tables $10 ea. 615-210-3515.
  3. Yard sale Friday and Saturday @ 202 Luther Court, Dickson, TN.  All
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Swap and Shop–August 25, 2016

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Sponsors:  Dickson Builders Supply, Classic Cleaners, Tally's BBQ, Grisham Transmission & Towing, Double D Outdoors
  1. For sale–home interior pictures, marble top table round $30, 2 occasional tables $20  ea.–615-732-8099.
  2. For sale–2 occasional tables $10 ea. 615-210-3515.
  3. For sale--cargated medal $35, bee traps $8, full size bed spread $80--6154411541.
  4. Yard Sale- Friday and more

Swap and Shop–August 24, 2016

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Sponsors: Farm Bureau of Dickson & Pomona, Bishop Bookkeeping, Burns Garden Center
  1. For sale–home interior pictures, marble top table round $30, 2 occasional tables $20  ea.–615-732-8099.
  2. For sale–2 occasional tables $10 ea. 615-210-3515.
  3. For sale--furniture, horse items, tools big and small--6152180746.
  4. For sale--steel, 3 wheeler for parts, washer and dryer--6159822716.
  5. For sale--bird cage $12, Saturn car 4 door 5 speed
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Fair board hires inspector to check rides before opening

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[caption id="attachment_15680" align="alignleft" width="150"]Wayne White Wayne White[/caption] 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
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Election commission certifies results of Aug. 4 vote

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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 ballots cast because of voters not having proper photo identification.
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Charlotte council addresses garbage complaints again

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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 night's council meeting to respond to complaints town hall and
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Funeral Thursday for A-1 Signs founder Charles Hampton

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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 living in Louisiana, Mr. Hampton moved to Tennessee where he
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Shepard becomes president of Tenn. Pharmacists Assoc.

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[caption id="attachment_15671" align="alignleft" width="213"]The June 2016 issue of 'Pharmacy Today.' The June 2016 issue of 'Pharmacy Today.'[/caption] [caption id="attachment_15670" align="alignleft" width="125"]Dr. Leslie Shepard Dr. Leslie Shepard[/caption] Dr. Leslie Shepard of Dickson became president of the Tennessee Pharmacists Association at its 129th
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Swap and Shop–August 23, 2016

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Sponsors: Carl's Transmission, Double D Outdoors, Bishop Bookkeeping, Dickson Fishing, Dickson Builders Supply
  1. For sale–home interior pictures, marble top table round $30, 2 occasional tables $20  ea.–615-732-8099.
  2. For sale–2 occasional tables $10 ea. 615-210-3515.
  3. For sale--sofa couch and recliner--6154463707 call after 11 am.
  4. For sale--Frigidaire 110 air conditioner $60,  propane wall heater $60, 7 ft long couch with recliners
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Judge’s letter critical of security following liquor incident

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After inmates awaiting a court appearance were apparently able to obtain liquor from a police officer's unsecured locker, Dickson Municipal Court Judge J. Reese Holley sent a letter to city officials critical of courtroom security provided by the Dickson Police Department and calling for an outside investigation of the incident. The judge's letter was emailed
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