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The fifth largest city in Tennessee, Clarksville was named after Revolutionary War General George Rogers Clark, who was also the brother of William Clark of Lewis and Clark fame. The city is home to the oldest bank in the state of Tennessee, the Northern Bank from 1854. Attraction sin Clarksville include the Roxy Theatre, Clarksville Speedway, and Historic Collinsville, a restored village representing what life was like for early settlers in the area.
Local Newspapers: The Leaf-Chronicle
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Local Colleges: Austin Peay State University American Baptist College
Zip Codes associated with clarksville, tennessee:
37040 37042 37043
Towns/Cities near clarksville, tennessee : Guthrie KY Adams Springfield Plasant View Oak Grove KY Fort Campbell Cumberland City
Clarksville Police request public help identifying Aggravated Assault, Shoplifting Suspect
Clarksville Police say good samaritans were trying to help take a thief off the streets, but the reward for their efforts was that a man pulled a knife and threatened them. On December 9th and 10th, there were two separate incidents at different locations in two days where good samaritans tried to stop a shoplifter after they witnessed a man stealing merchandise from the store.Clarksville Police are looking for missing person James Stockard
Clarksville Police are trying to locate missing person James Stockard a 36 year old black male that is 6'0, weighs 160lbs, has Black hair and Brown Eyes. He was reported missing on November 27th, 2017 from his Clarksville residence.23-year-old wanted in armed robbery of Clarksville gas station
It happened around 2:30 a.m. Saturday when a man pulled to the Twice Daily on Fort Campbell Blvd. in a white, four-door Lincoln and parked at the pump. According to detectives, the 23-year-old with a propensity for violence is strangely calm as he buys gas and waits for the cash drawer to open.Christmas in Occupied Clarksville was held Saturday at Fort Defiance Civil War Park
Fort Defiance Civil War Park and Interpretive Center hosted its 6th annual Christmas in Occupied Clarksville, Saturday, with a full house on hand to enjoy games, refreshments, and a little history about what it was like to live in occupied Clarksville during the Civil War. "We are doing our annual Christmas event," Parker said.Hankook Tire & DAV Mobile Service Program Triples Number of Veterans Helped Across United States
Hankook Tire America Corp., the leading and one of the fastest growing tire companies in the world, continued its successful partnership with DAV in 2017 by expanding the number of Hankook-sponsored DAV Mobile Service Office stops across the country, which had an even greater impact on the veteran community. This year's program provided free services to 355 veterans and their families - more than tripling the number of veterans serviced since the partnership program began in 2015.American Red Cross says give the Gift of Life this Holiday
The best gifts can't be bought in a store. The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give more life by giving blood this December.Clarksville Police body camera program public meeting to be held at Greater Missionary Baptist Church
Clarksville African-American leaders are hosting a public meeting to discuss the police body-worn camera program being implemented in the City of Clarksville. The meeting will be 6:00pm-7:30pm Thursday, December 14th, 2017 at Greater Missionary Baptist Church, 450 Ringgold Road, Clarksville.Barbara Sadie German
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On December 15th, 2017 Austin Peay State University professor of languages and literature Dr. Steven Ryan will deliver the keynote address at the APSU Winter Commencement. He will speak at both ceremonies, at 9:00am and 2:00pm, in the University's Dunn Center.Clarksville Police are asking public help Locating Missing Elderly Man, Donald Wilson
Clarksville Police are asking for assistance to locate an elderly Clarksville man Donald Wilson a white male age 87 that is 5'8 tall and weighs 160lbs. He was reported missing by his spouse on Wednesday, December 6th, 2017, around 6:00pm.Cumberland River Compact to bring 'River Talks' to Clarksville
Jay Fulmer with Fulmer Engineering will present "Best Practices in Low-Impact Development," an overview of common and secondary applications, examples in Middle Tennessee and information about site selection, installation and maintenance. Cumberland River Compact is an organization that works to improve the quality of water in the Cumberland River Basin and improve the quality of life in the basin's communities.4 sentenced for stealing Army equipment from Fort Campbell
Four men were sentenced Tuesday for stealing Army weapons accessories and equipment from Fort Campbell in Kentucky and selling it to various customers around the world, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Tennessee. John Roberts of Clarksville, Tenn., was sentenced to 15 years in prison for conspiracy in stealing Army property, 10 counts of wire fraud and two counts of violating the Arms Export Control Act.Tennessee mom reunited with son she put up for adoption
This is the heartwarming moment a mother was reunited with her son 44 years after she placed him up for adoption. Diana Laney, from Clarksville, Tennessee, made the difficult decision to give up her youngest child after she found herself struggling to raise her older two children as a single mother.SpiritFest draws huge crowd to Downtown Clarksville
Downtown Clarksville was the site of the 3rd Annual SpiritFest Saturday, a holiday event that preceded this year's 58th Annual Clarksville Lighted Christmas Parade. Festivities were held in an area that included streets and parking lots between First Presbyterian Church on Main Street, Trinity Episcopal Church on Franklin Street, and the new Downtown Commons space.Comprehensive Wellness Pharmacy becomes official MedSafe collector
Comprehensive Wellness Pharmacy is proud to be an approved "collector" with a MedSafe receptacle onsite for your convenience for your unused medications. MedSafe is completely anonymous and promotes the well-being of individuals and the Clarksville, TN community.Clarksville Gas and Water reports Marrast Drive Water Outage
Clarksville Gas and Water has turned off water service on Marrast Drive from Victoria Court to the end of Marrast Drive to repair a fire hydrant.101st Sustainment Soldiers participate in CMCSS 8th Grade Career Exploration Day
Brenda Scarborough, the career counselor for the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System , said this is the second year the Soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division Sustainment Brigade have participated in the event. Scarborough said the goal of the event is to help students understand the different job opportunities available for them after high school.Clarksville's First Thursday Art Walk to be held December 7th, 2017
Produced by The Downtown Clarksville Association, First Thursday Art Walk is a free, self-guided tour spanning a 5-block radius that combines visual art, live music, engaging events and more in the heart of Downtown Clarksville. With 10+ venues, bars and businesses participating each month, the First Thursday Art Walk in Clarksville is the ultimate opportunity to savor and support local creative talent.Clarksville's Customs House Museum December 2017 Exhibits and Activities
The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is located in historic downtown Clarksville, Tennessee. Come explore an entire city block featuring large gallery spaces filled with fine art, science and history.3rd Annual SpiritFest to take place this Saturday
On Saturday, December 2nd, 2017, the 3rd Annual SpiritFest, a holiday event, will offer a bounty of free activities, including visits with Santa Claus, rides on the International Express Bus, four kids' inflatables, live music on the new Downtown Commons stage, ice skating, art and gift markets, food trucks and a live nativity with animals. SpiritFest begins at 2:00pm and runs until 5:00pm.
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