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Dickson woman gets 6 months, must pay back $47,000 in plea to TennCare fraud

A Dickson County woman was sentenced to six months in jail and ordered to repay over $47,000 after pleading guilty to TennCare fraud, theft and other charges. 41-year-old Nancy Aline Daniel of Glen Baker Road in Dickson collected TennCare medical benefits for herself and two

3 juveniles admit role in west Dickson egg vandalism spree, 18-year-old being sought

Dickson police say three juveniles have come forward and one teen is still being sought in connection with last week’s vandalism spree in west Dickson. Dozens of homes, vehicles and mailboxes were damaged, mostly by eggs, overnight Saturday. Damage reports stretched from the City Lake

Funeral Sunday for victim of Memorial Day weekend wreck Mike Dombrowski

A funeral service for one of the victims of a Memorial Day weekend wreck in Bellevue is scheduled for Sunday. The service for 29-year-old Mike Dombrowski will be at 2 pm Sunday at Taylor Funeral Home. Mr. Dombrowski and 23-year-old Sarah Pierce, both of Dickson,

Board scheduled to vote tonight on 2015-16 budget, bids for next building program phase

The Dickson County School Board is scheduled to finalize its 2015-16 budget and vote on a bid for the next phase of its building program at tonight’s monthly session. The board got its first detailed look at the proposed budget at last week’s work session.

Kids’ Power Wheels Derby, Truck Tug-of-War on schedule for Spring Festival Thursday

The 2015 Spring Festival continues tonight at the Dickson County Fairgrounds with the Kids’ Power Wheels Derby and a Truck Tug-of-War. Gates open at 5 pm and the midway rides start at 6:00. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children 3-12. There is

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