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Otis Gerron set to start for APSU; Gage Terry to see significant playing time for Tech

As the college football season opens, former Cougar Otis Gerron is set to be a featured part of the Austin Peay State University offense while former Red Hawk Gage Terry is expected to see significant playing time in the Tennessee Tech offensive line. Former Cougar

Early voting for Dickson election starts today and runs through Sept. 19

Early voting for the Dickson municipal election begins today. Registered voters in the city can begin casting ballots at the Restoration Church on Henslee Drive in front of Dickson County High School. Early voting will be conducted at Restoration Church only and is not available

Sen. Kerry Roberts suffers dog bite while riding bicycle in Robertson County

Tennessee state Sen. Kerry Roberts was bitten by a dog while bicycling in Robertson County Wednesday morning. Roberts, who represents the 25th District that includes Dickson County, received 12 stitches for a bite wound to his leg. Roberts said he and his wife, Dianne, were

91st annual Dickson County Fair opens week-long run on Monday

The 91st annual Dickson County Fair opens Monday at the Dickson County Fairgrounds on Highway 47. With a midway featuring Family Attractions Amusement Co. from Georgia, numerous local organizations operating food booths, a variety of special events, shows and pageants, and the traditional agricultural, 4-H

Mistaken city identities lead to Dickson donation of bike for Pennsylvania boy

They say the Internet brings the world closer together, but confusion over two cities with similar names has resulted in a young boy getting a new bicycle after his was stolen. When a woman turned to Facebook to report her 5-year-old nephew’s bicycle had been

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