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Joshua B. Arntz

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History/Civil Rights

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 →

Historical society seeks local photos

Submission deadline for photographs is Monday By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published April 10, 2013 The deadline to submit local photographs for a pictorial history of Dickson County is Monday. The Dickson County Historical and Genealogical Society is collecting... Continue Reading →

Researcher compiles extensive WWII books

'Those Who Served' tracks veterans through newspaper clippings By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Nov. 6, 2013 If you're interested in a Dickson County veteran's service during World War II, Georgia L. Baker's periodical compilation could help you track... Continue Reading →

Snapshots from Dickson County: Part 5

Pearl Harbor attack survivors tour local WWII exhibit

Brother and sister relive memories from Dec. 7, 1941 attack By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Dec. 8, 2011 BeeBee Lewis remembers wearing her dreaded gas mask Dec. 7, 1941. Her brother Tom McCreary recalls grabbing his father's revolver... Continue Reading →

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 →

Hall Springs resident debunks werewolf myth

Frances Allen and family grew up near spring By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Dec. 28, 2011 Charlotte resident Frances Allen remembers the refreshingly cold and clear water that bubbled from Hall Springs in her youth. She remembers the... Continue Reading →

The half-wolf, half-man of Werewolf Springs

One of Dickson County's oldest and tallest tales By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Oct. 28, 2011 If you've lived in Dickson County for a while, you've probably heard some mention of Werewolf Springs. Local teacher Sam Brown heard... Continue Reading →

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