April 3 brought the end of ballot qualifying period for the Hickman County General Election on August 7. Four are seeking the vacant General Sessions Judge slot, four are running for sheriff, three are seeking the Mayor's position, and two wish to be elected as Register of Deeds. Clerk Casey Dorton, Circuit Court Clerk Dana D. Nicholson, Highway Supt Ronald Coates and Trustee Cheryl Chessor are unopposed. Nineteen of the 21 incumbent Legislative Body members are seeking new terms; 16 challengers also have filed.
Dickson Electric Service serves nearly 4,000 Hickman County customers in what most folks would say is the prime area for development here. That’s pretty much why Darrell Gillespie, general manager of the five-county utility, has agreed to join the Vision Hickman board of directors.
The director of Dickson Electric Service is among at least three new members of the Leadership Hickman board, chairman Rob Mitchell announced at the panel’s recent meeting.
If interest in dental care is an indicator, the third Saint Thomas Medical Mission event on April 12 will draw 300 or more folks in need of a variety of medical care, from basic check-ups to vision screenings and pharmacy services.
The two men most responsible for keeping the lights on in Hickman County provided significant illumination about our broadband weaknesses during interviews with me last week.
The health of Hickman Countians shows a deterioration, when compared to other Tennessee counties, in the 2014 edition of County Health Rankings, from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
The shopping list for the Hickman County schools these days is really very simple.
After some decline since 2010, Hickman County’s estimated population nudged upward in 2013, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released last week.
A grant that paid for the neutering of 68 stray cats in Centerville during February means that as many as 25,568 felines will not be born in the next three years.
Here we are; last stop before the ballot is set for the summer election.
I have been down a rabbit hole of sorts, tracking the part that the pygmy madtom has played in the delay of the long-overdue replacement of the Charles Thompson Memorial Bridge, on Highway 50 West at Council’s Bend.
Hickman County’s unemployment rate in January was 7.5 percent, an increase from 7.2 percent in December, according to Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
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