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The Dickson Herald from Dickson, Tennessee • Page A1

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Fall has officially arrived and so did October on Saturday. the time of year when festivals and events are hap- ening countywide. This weekend, at east four events took place: Second entury of Aviation celebration, the Apple Butter Festival, Star Wars Day and the Dickson Middle School Fall Festival. CHRIS GADD THE HERALD Fresh apple butter being made at Crossroads Church of God of Prophecy where the Apple Butter Festival was Saturday. MIKE DUDLEY FOR THE HERALD Stormtroopers stand with a mini Darth Vader (busy chocking an Imperial soldier) during Star Wars Day at the Dickson County Library.

JAMES BENDALL FOR THE HERALD Pictured at the superheroes-themed Dickson Middle School Fall Festival were, from left, Assistant Principal Leslie Harrison, Principal Wood Burton and Assistant Principal April Baehr. JAMES BENDALL FOR THE HERALD ADC-3 at Dickson Municipal Airport-Pack Field on Saturday as part of the 4th Annual Second Century of Aviation. FALL HAPPENINGS DICKSON'SHOMETOWNNEWSPAPERSINCE1907 More than 60,000 people in Dickson County read our newspapers and use our websites every week. DicksonHerald.com VOL. 109 NO.

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615-446-8999 $249,900 On Tuesday, Drug Task Force agents discovered 15 illegal aliens from Mexico and Guatemala during a traffic stop on I nterstate 40 in Dickson County, according to a 23rd Judicial District Drug Task Force press release. The 23rd Judicial District agents stopped the Toyota SUV at mile marker 173. Seven people were in the cargo area, six people were in the middle eating area and two people were sitting in front, according the press release. Three were juveniles. Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials were called to andle the occupants, the press release tates.

Also according to task force officials, no evidence suggested that the illegal aliens were in the vehicle against their will. Dickson I-40 stop reveals 1 5 illegal immigrants CHRIS GADD Asite in Burns was chosen as the likely future location of a middle-high school after a year of discussion and research by county leaders. The Dickson County School Board approve buying property last week, but the board did approve by 5-1 vote to purchase a $10,000 option on the McCall land. The land is located on the south side of Highway 96 near Stuart Burns Elementary School. The McCalls have also planned a large resi- ential development just across the highway.

think two options you have before you are the best options that we can pre- ent to the said Board Chair Tim otter about the McCall land and the eighboring Wilson family site. a tough Potter stated later. After the vote, Potter asked for project manager Hewlett Spencer and the a rchitectural team to begin working on a larger building so the board an present the information and cost estimates to the county office he first of the The McCall price decreased to $15,000 per acre for the 78-acre site. The family originally wanted $20,000 per a cre in April. The McCalls also offered to buy back rom the school system up to 28 acres paying $15,000 per acre that was originally planned as the location for Burns middle school, next to Stuart-Burns Elem entary.

However, a Nashville travel baseball organization and an investor a re offering $1.2 million for the under- construction Burns ball park that neighbors the elementary school. The group is Board votes for Burns middle-high location CHRIS GADD SeeSchool, Page2A 4takeaways from Creek win SPORTS, 1B.

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