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Joshua B. Arntz

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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 →

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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 →

Statom explains success to teens

TV meteorologist addresses 5th annual Civil Rights Dinner By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Feb. 26, 2016 News Channel 5 Meteorologist Lelan Statom encouraged local teenagers and young folks to maintain a positive attitude, remain determined despite adversity and... Continue Reading →

Snapshots from Dickson County: Part 4

Speaker to link civil rights past, present

Caldwell will address human rights, nonviolent activism By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Jan. 15, 2016 A Nashville community organizer and human rights activist with local roots will address the local NAACP chapter Monday evening at the Tennsco Community... Continue Reading →

Charlotte, county schools were separate and unequal

Editor's note: The first three articles in this series chronicled the history of Charlotte's black families, highlighting community landmarks and festivals and homecomings. This final installment will address a pivotal factor for community success − education. By Josh Arntz The... Continue Reading →

Landmarks leave lasting legacy in Charlotte

Editor's note: This is the second article in a series on the African−American community in Charlotte. By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Feb. 24, 2011 Throughout the years, the Corlew family has raised livestock and planted crops and gardens... Continue Reading →

Black community played key role in Charlotte’s heritage

Editor's note: This is the first in a series on the African−American community in Charlotte. By Josh Arntz The Dickson Herald Published Feb. 23, 2011 Melvin Corlew's family has owned a piece of property along Dotson and Water streets in... Continue Reading →

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