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About: clarksville, tennessee

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.

Population: 119284
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 News
TBI arrests Two Clarksville Men in 2016 Cumberland City Murder Case

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of two Clarksville men who are charged with the murder of a Stewart County man last spring. At the request of 23rd District Attorney General Ray Crouch, on June 7th, 2016, TBI Special Agents joined detectives with the Cumberland City Police Department in investigating the shooting death of Donnie Cooksey.

West Bladen football coach Pait resigns

Pait, who has accepted a defensive coordinator position at Northeast High School in Clarksville, Tenn., will finish out the school year as a teacher at West Bladen. In March of last year, I was selected to be the eighth football coach in West Bladen's history.

TVA's Dam Visitor Centers Open April 1

TVA's dams make certain that the Tennessee Valley is ready to deal with whatever April showers may come.

Montgomery County Friends of the Shelter to hold Color Vibe 5K, April 1st

Get ready Clarksville for the most colorful fun-filled day of your life! On Saturday, April 1st, the Montgomery County Friends of the Shelter will host the Color Vibe 5k run. You'll have more color on you than your happy levels can handle! So get your friends and family stretched out for this amazing color blast event where you'll get blasted with color while you run the Color Vibe 5K.

Police: Woman sexually assaulted during ambulance ride in Clarksville

A Hendersonville man was charged with sexual battery by an authority figure after police say he attempted for force a woman to perform oral sex inside an ambulance. An EMT for a private ambulance company was reportedly transporting a patient from a facility in Antioch to a hospital in Caldwell County, Kentucky on March 10 when police were called to investigate an incident on Alfred Thun Road, according to police.

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office's Darrell Allison receives ...

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office would like to congratulate Darrell Allison on receiving the United States Attorney Award for Excellence in Law Enforcement. Allison is 32-year veteran of law enforcement and the current Assistant Director of the 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force.

Customs House Museum and Cultural Center features Surrealist

Artist Marilyn Murphy is currently featured in the Orgain and Bruner Galleries of Clarksville's Customs House Museum with the exhibition Short Stories. The twenty-six graphite works bring together futuristic elements married with a sense of nostalgia.

City of Clarksville, Urban Ministries, THDA dedicate center for homeless families

Safe Place, a new transitional center to help homeless families, was dedicated Wednesday by Urban Ministries and the City of Clarksville. Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan; Beverly Dycus, Executive Director of Urban Ministries/Clarksville; Clarksville Director of Housing & Community Development Keith Lampkin; and Sherry Smith, senior housing coordinator for the Tennessee Housing Development Agency; joined with a crowd of about 60 citizens to dedicate the facility and celebrate the new community resource.

City of Clarksville invites Vendors to Purchasing Workshop

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan invites everyone interested in learning more about how to do business with the City of Clarksville to attend a Vendors Workshop. Camille Thomas, the City Purchasing Director, says the event should be of interest to businesses who want to sell products and services to the City, including everyone from vendors of office supplies to construction contractors, consultants, architects and engineers.

Clarksville Police releases victim's name from 41-A Bypass Fatality Crash

On Monday morning, March 20th at 6:57am, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a vehicle crash involving a Buick Century and ProStar Semi Tractor with a Trailer at 41-A Bypass and Denny Road. According to witnesses and preliminary investigation it appears that the Buick Century driven by Rodney Howard of Clarksville, TN was traveling southbound and for unknown reason drifted into oncoming traffic.

Austin Peay State University Geography Program examines Global Environment and Development

Austin Peay State University associate professor of geography Dr. Christine Mathenge last summer sat on a rocky cliff at an ancient religious site in Kisii, Kenya, and stared at the meager, metal roof homes that glimmered in the valley below. In addition to those homes, she saw several large boulders that could be used to create an elaborate economy of expensive flooring tiles, ornate sinks and carvings and sculptures, but the area's landowners have yet to tap the value of the rocks dotting their landscape.

Altra Federal Credit Union to hold Home Buying After Hours Mixer on April 13th, 2017

An educational mixer focusing on first time home buying will be held on Thursday, April 13th from 5:30pm to 7:00pm at Old Glory Distillery Co. 451 Alfred Thun Road, Clarksville, TN 37040.

Marsha Blackburn spends time with Rossview Elementary students

On Monday, I spent time with some amazing children from the Clarksville area. The 1st and 2nd graders from Rossview Elementary invited me to read with them.

Clarksville Gas and Water announces Madison Street Water Outages and Lane Closures Planned

Clarksville Gas and Water has planned water valve replacement work on Madison Street on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 21st-22nd, causing water outages and lane closures each day between 8:30am and 2:30pm. Tuesday's water outage will affect Madison Street from Malibu Drive to Alfred Drive for water valve replacement at the intersection of Madison Street and West Meadow Drive.

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan urges Congress to protect Block Grants

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan joined with other municipal leaders across America Friday to oppose the Trump Administration's proposal to eliminate the Community Development Block Grant program, which has had a large positive impact in the City of Clarksville. "CDBG grants help real people, and help make our communities great," Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan said Friday.

"SEUSSICAL: The Musical" brings Dr. Seuss Favorites to...

Children across the nation recently celebrated the birthday of Dr. Seuss with Read Across America Day. The Roxy Regional Theatre continues the celebration in Historic Downtown Clarksville with the staging of "SEUSSICAL: The Musical", opening this Friday, March 17th, and continuing through April 8th.

City of Clarksville calls Montgomery County Arena Plan "Shocking, Unwise"

Montgomery County Government's surprise proposal to build a major new venue in the heart of Downtown Clarksville appears to be in conflict with the county's obligation to properly fund the consolidated Clarksville-Montgomery County School System. "It's shocking that Montgomery County government would secretly study a new sports arena for Downtown Clarksville for 18 months without engaging the City of Clarksville and the entire community," Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan said Thursday.

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