Damage in Dickson: Storms smack heavy equipment business, car dealership
DICKSON, Tenn. (WSMV) – Some businesses in Dickson were hit hard by Friday night’s severe weather. Dickson County Equipment, a family-owned business since 1978, experienced damage as storms ripped through the area. Photos submitted to WSMV4 by Dean Milby show a billboard knocked over in the business’ parking lot off Highway 46. Another photo shows a light pole that collapsed in the strong winds.
Officer-Involved Shooting in Dickson County Investigated by TBI Agents
At the request of 23rd Judicial District Attorney General Ray Crouch, TBI special agents are investigating the circumstances leading to an officer-involved shooting that occurred Friday evening in Dickson County. Preliminary information indicates that during the afternoon of March 24th, deputies with the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office conducted a welfare...
Man killed in Dickson County hostage standoff after he shot deputy, sheriff says
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has identified the man who shot a deputy in the arm and was then shot and killed by deputies in Dickson County on Friday. Mark Engele, 52, was killed by Dickson County deputies who had responded to a residence in the 1000 block of Potter Road to conduct a welfare check. After deputies arrived, Engele went into the home and refused to come out or let a woman inside leave, according to...
Freeway crash kills 6 youths thrown from car in Tennessee
PLEASANT VIEW, Tenn. — A car crash killed six young people, including a 1-year-old infant, after they were ejected from their vehicle early Sunday on a freeway in middle Tennessee, authorities said. Two adults were injured, one of them critically. Emergency crews found a car upside down with extensive...
PHOTOS: Damage reported after severe weather in Middle Tennessee| March 25
Damage is being reported across the region after severe weather made its way across Middle Tennessee late Friday night into early Saturday morning.
Montgomery Co. sheriff stops releasing mugshots, TBI investigates daughter
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Tenn. (WZTV) — The daughter of the Montgomery County sheriff is being investigated by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) for alleged child abuse. TBI said they are investigating Sarah Fuson, daughter of Sherriff John S. Fuson, due to a reported case of suspected child abuse at a daycare center in Montgomery County where she works.
WEATHER 3-27-28-2023 Windy and Frosty
Watching for the possibility of strong storms again Friday, but, otherwise after this little cool snap, the week is shaping up like Early Spring. For your Close to Home LIVE radar find your county here Today Sunny, with a high near 70. Northwest wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. […] The post WEATHER 3-27-28-2023 Windy and Frosty appeared first on Cheatham County Source.
Nashville, March 27 High School Baseball⚾ Game Notice
The Dickson County High School baseball team will have a game with Christ Presbyterian Academy on March 27, 2023, 17:00:00 CST.
Dickson Police Dept. Are Looking for this Subject
Please help identify this subject. If you have any information, please contact Detective Phillips at 615-441-9563, or you can message this page.
Pets of the Week
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Dogs and cats of all ages, breeds and sizes are available through area animal rescues and shelters, as well as opportunities to help homeless animals through foster programs, donations and help with fundraisers and other family-friendly activities. Contact a rescue near you to learn more.
Housing market spotlight: See the trends in 37143, Pegram area
Every Sunday, The Tennessean highlights a different ZIP code, as we strive to inform readers and help them navigate Middle Tennessee’s real estate market. The town of Pegram sits at the southern part of ZIP code 37143, with I-40 West and the Harpeth River at its southern end. Most of 37143 is in Cheatham County and portions of 37143 are also in Davidson County. ...
Dickson County New Business Licenses for March 17-24, 2023
These are the latest business licenses in Dickson County for March 17-24, 2023 from the Tennessee County Clerk. You can find our archive of business license news right here!. If you’re looking for information on who is setting up shop in your community, or if you just want to keep up with all of the newest businesses popping up around the area, this is the article for you.
Weekly Weather Outlook 3-26-4-1, 2023
Seasonable temps, a chance of frost and March may roll out like a lion, here is this week’s weather forecast from the National Weather Service: For your Close to Home LIVE radar find your county here Today Sunny, with a high near 77. East southeast wind around 5 mph becoming south southwest in the afternoon. […] The post Weekly Weather Outlook 3-26-4-1, 2023 appeared first on Cheatham County Source.
After giant whale sinks boat in the Pacific, Tennessee man helps with the rescue
Tommy Joyce was talking to his dad when an unknown number appeared on his phone. Moments later, the phone call with his father was dropped. The spotty signal was expected, though. His father was in Dickson County, and Joyce was in the South Pacific, aboard a 45-foot sailboat named Southern Cross, halfway between the Galapagos Islands and French Polynesia, along with his wife, Katelyn, and friend Natalie Rudman.
CMCSS ‘Grow Your Own’ teacher hiring program becomes model for school districts across nation
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – In 2019, the “Grow Your Own” program was created to help fill the gap and meet the needs for hiring more teachers in Clarksville Montgomery County Schools. The success of this program has growth of its own over the last few years.
Tax relief deadline for elderly, disabled property owners approaching in Montgomery County
CLARKSVILLE, TN – April 5 is the due date to submit property tax relief applications and vouchers through the Montgomery County Trustee’s Office and the City of Clarksville Finance and Revenue Department. To be considered for the program, supporting documents must be filed before the deadline. and applications can be provided at either office.
Dickson County schools expansion moves forward. What’s next and where?
An expansion of Charlotte Middle School moved closer to reality after Dickson County Commissioners recently gave preliminary approval to school leaders’ plan. Additions to Charlotte Middle will possibly delay or stop discussion of a new Creek Wood middle school, which was suggested by an outside firm, the Lewis Group, as a solution for aging facilities and overcrowding. ...
Humphreys Co. Outdoor Report for March 26th
Area lake levels have been around the 355ft mark, and are predicted to remain there through the end of March. However, if we see a significant amount of rainfall into the Tennessee River Valley, expect the lake to rise. Normally TVA will begin filling the lake starting April 1st, and have the lake at summer pool by the end of April. Flow rates in our area have moderated, as of this past weekend, rates have been averaging in the mid 70,000cfs. The Duck River saw a slight rise last week, with levels at 4.5ft mid week, and expected to rise over the weekend to around 7.5ft, and slowly dropping back to normal. The Buffalo also came up last weekend and is expected to return to normal if we don’t see much in precipitation this week. The Cumberland River at Cumberland City remained stable, with a level of 3.8ft over the last week. Most of the area has seen surface water temps holding in the low to mid 50’s, but with the warmer air temperatures returning, expect to see a quick increase over the next week.
Crumbl Cookie Weekly Menu Through April 1, 2023
Crumbl Cookies’ latest limited-time cookies for the week ending April 1, 2023. Find a location near you right here! Each week, their menu rotates to give you 6 deliciously gourmet flavors to experience. Milk Chocolate Chip – The classic—you can’t go wrong. Thick, soft, and packed with milk chocolate chips. Classic Pink Sugar – An all-time […] The post Crumbl Cookie Weekly Menu Through April 1, 2023 appeared first on Cheatham County Source.
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