Topic: Ashland City
Nashville – Following the lead of the Tennessee Education Association (TEA), teachers from across the nation donated funds to provide support to victims devastated by the May floods. Donations came from as far away as Colorado, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Washington, D.C.
TEA collected and disbursed over $88,000 to flood victims in Nashville, Chapmansboro, Pegram, Ashland City, Adams, Duck River, Charlotte, LaVergne, Brownsville, Madison, Clarksville, Franklin, Millington, Old Hickory, Antioch, Whites Creek, Castalian Springs, Gallatin, Goodlettsville and Hendersonville. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has captured the latest addition to the TBI Top Ten Most Wanted list after he called the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office indicating he wanted to turn himself into authorities. The TBI and Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office placed him in custody at the court square in Ashland City, TN late yesterday.
Dayton Keith Scarbrough, 42, of Ashland City, TN was wanted on four counts of aggravated assault and four counts of civil rights intimidation after the TBI obtained arrest warrants for him, two other men and one juvenile for an incident that occurred in the aftermath of the May 2010 flooding in Middle Tennessee. On May 3rd, 2010, a married couple, a black male and white female, was assisting two stranded motorists on Petway Road when a truck occupied by several white males drove by at a high rate of speed.
Scarbrough stopped and threatened and made racist comments toward them. A second incident ensued at Grumpy’s Market later that day and Scarbrough and the three others assaulted the four victims. Scarbrough was added to the state’s Most Wanted list after the other suspects were arrested and he eluded police.
Scarbrough is being held in the Dickson County Jail.
Two Others In Custody In Cheatham County
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation today has added a Cheatham County, TN man to its Top Ten Most Wanted fugitive list after he remains on the run three days after warrants were issued for his arrest.
Forty-two-year-old Dayton Scarbrough is wanted on four counts of aggravated assault and four counts of civil rights intimidation from an incident that occurred in the aftermath of the May 2010 flooding in Middle Tennessee.
Begins Limited Manufacturing in Ashland City to Meet Customer Demand
MILWAUKEE, WI — In the wake of the historic flooding that impacted its Ashland City, TN, facility, A. O. Smith Water Products Company has successfully shifted a significant portion of residential water heater production to its other North American operations.
The company also opened a temporary distribution center in Nashville last week to warehouse and ship residential and commercial water heater orders to its U. S. customers. The distribution center will serve customers until the clean-up of the Ashland City finished goods warehouse is complete. «Read the rest of this article»
104-5 The Zone’s Building Hope Tour presented by The Home Depot
On May 1st and 2nd, 2010 Middle Tennessee was hit with storms that brought an unprecedented amount of rain. The rain quickly caused the Cumberland River, the Harpeth River and various creeks to rise and come out of their banks, flooding many parts of Nashville and some of the surrounding cities.
The Tennessee Flood has caused millions of dollars worth of damage and affected many lives and displaced families across Middle and West Tennessee. «Read the rest of this article»
The date has been set for the 2009 Cheatham County Central High School Alumni Homecoming Reunion for all CCCHS graduating classes. This year’s event will take place Saturday, May 16 from 4-10 p.m. at River Bluff Park located on the Tennessee Waltz Parkway (across from State Water Heaters) under the Cumberland River Bridge in Ashland City.
Set up will begin at 3 p.m. and each graduating class is invited to organize and communicate to their classmates about the reunion. Each class will cordon off their space around the bandstand. Tents, decorations, signs, photos, and other reunion accouterments are recommended to identify your class. There will be a fee of $10 per person to cover all the necessary expenses for this CCCHS Alumni Homecoming Reunion. «Read the rest of this article»
Most of our Tennessee December temperatures threatened ice and snow, but surprise; two days after Christmas and we were in the 70’s. A few of us decided to go with Dan Rachlin as he tried out his new (to him) kayak and also to enjoy this, oh too warm, December weather. Six of us went to Sycamore Creek near Ashland City.
The water was frigid, as tested out by me when I immediately fell in while pushing off my kayak. I’ve pushed off my kayak hundreds of times so falling in like that seemed kind-of (all-the-way) stupid. Just to keep me company, Kerry’s little dog fell in also in a separate incident and shortly after me. Kerry’s dog had Chihuahua-like leg shaking for awhile but we were both fine and the air was so warm that I chose to kayak in wet clothes and was totally comfortable. Wet clothes, on the river, two days after Christmas. That’s warm. «Read the rest of this article»
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