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Joshua B. Arntz

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White Bluff to set election date, consider budget

Regular municipal meeting and public hearings begin at 7 p.m. at Town Hall By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published May 2, 2012 The White Bluff Town Council will open public hearings at 7 p.m. for making Jordan Street a... Continue Reading →

Crouch: No more civil forfeiture

Editor's note: This is the second story in a two-part series By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Nov. 28, 2014 If you've ever carried cash in an old coffee can on the way to buy a used car you... Continue Reading →

Crouch, Beasley respond to Hankins’ report

Editor's note: This is the first story in a two-part series By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Nov. 26, 2014 The local district attorney general and drug task force director defended their agents' and drug canine's actions during a... Continue Reading →

Snapshots from Dickson County: Part 5

Lonesome Pioneer Park opens in Burns

Austin family helps dedicate the historic site By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published June 24, 2015 The Lonesome Pioneer Park officially opened last weekend in Burns. The park centers around an early 1800s log cabin and surrounding property donated... Continue Reading →

Charlotte revitalization part of national discussion

By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Nov. 23, 2011 The city of Charlotte recently applied for a federally funded transportation enhancement grant to renovate the old jailer's house and jail on the courthouse square. Charlotte and the city's proposal... Continue Reading →

The Cellar opens in Charlotte

City's only liquor store opens after 2012 vote; offers wine, spirits By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Nov. 1, 2013 Thursday was a historic day for Charlotte with the opening of the city's only and possibly first liquor store.... Continue Reading →

Early voting set for the Aug. 4 election

By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published May 27, 2016 The last day to register to vote for the upcoming Aug. 4 election is rapidly approaching. Dickson County registered voters will elect County Commissioners for Districts 4, 6 and 12,... Continue Reading →

Burns may lift Sunday beer sales restrictions

Presently customers can't buy beer before noon By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Feb. 7, 2014 Burns may lift restrictions on Sunday beer sales at convenience stores, at the request of a resident and to boost tax revenue. The... Continue Reading →

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