Post Tagged with: "Cheatham County"

Tennessee Crops Fare Well, Despite Drought

by / on November 21, 2012

Tennessee farmers will pick nearly 44 million bushels of soybeans this year, that’s about a 9 % increase from 2011. Cotton production is up as well and tobacco farmers are getting the highest prices for their crop in eight years.

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Dry June Could Wither Middle Tennessee Crops

Dry June Could Wither Middle Tennessee Crops

by / on June 29, 2012

Farmers in Middle Tennessee say another week or so without rain could spell doom for many of their crops. Some fear the dry, 100 degree weather is an indicator of an oncoming drought, worse than the one in 2007.

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A.O. Smith To Keep Plant In Middle Tennessee

by / on July 13, 2010

Cheatham County and state officials are breathing a sigh of relief after the county’s largest employer says it will keep its plant there open.

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AUDIO FEATURE: Cheatham County Recovery A Step Behind Nashville

AUDIO FEATURE: Cheatham County Recovery A Step Behind Nashville

by / on May 5, 2010

Rescue operations in the state have now been limited to Davidson and Cheatham counties. Both areas continue to deal with the high waters of the Cumberland River. Near Ashland City, search parties are taking to the water in boats making sure everyone’s accounted for.

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