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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
Lone Oak Baptist Church to hold Golf Scramble on April 22nd

On Saturday, April 22nd, 2017, the Lone Oak Baptist Church will host a Golf Scramble at the Eastland Green Golf Course. Tee time is 1:00pm.

Police investigate vandalism at Clarksville homes under construction

Both teams entered Wednesday night's game at 7-7 in the SEC, but it was Vanderbilt who built and early lead and held on for a 67-56 win. The school did not release the NOA but discussed its contents in a 21-minute video posted on YouTube on Wednesday afternoon.

Austin Peay State University offers Cybersecurity Undergrad and Grad Programs

Clarksville, TN - The numbers, released earlier this year by the Pew Research Center, are a little disheartening. According to the center's recent survey on online security, 64 percent of Americans "have personally experienced a major data breach," and 41 percent of Americans "have encountered fraudulent charges on their credit cards."

Woman arrested in slaying of Fort Campbell veteran

A Clarksville woman has been arrested in the slaying of an Army veteran whose body was found in a wooded area of Middle Tennessee in 2015. The Leaf-Chronicle reported Thursday that the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office says in a statement that 39-year-old Jade Amanda Rose Breeden was charged with murder in 30-year-old Melissa Sue Napier's death.

LEAP's Capital Campaign receives $5,000 Investment from Waste Industries

Waste Industries donated $5,000 to support youth and individuals seeking to attain emotional wellness and economic independence as a part of LEAP ORG's Youth Program. Thane Harrison, Waste Industries General Manager supports his company's Full Circle Project, a Clarksville-based charitable effort allowing its customers to enroll in e-billing to choose where the companies charitable giving should be directed.

Austin Peay State University Softball game against Middle Tennessee postponed

With the significant threat of rain moving into the Clarksville and mid-state area Tuesday morning and continuing into the evening, Austin Peay State University's softball home opener at Cheryl Holt Field versus Middle Tennessee State University has been postponed. The two schools are working to find a make-up date to re-schedule the contest, but that date is yet to be announced.

Customs House Museum becomes Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certified

The Customs House Museum & Cultural Center is the first organization of 2017 to celebrate their Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certification. Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett, City of Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan, Chamber of Commerce Director Melinda Shepard, several CMC Green Certification Steering Committee Members and several Museum Board Members attended their green ribbon cutting.

DUI Memorial Sign Program Legislation Advances

House Bill 21, sponsored by Tennessee State Representative Joe Pitts was successful in passing the Transportation Full Committee and now moves on to the Finance sub-Committee. This legislation is known as the Shadow "Shada" Brooke Lowe bill.

Clarksville's Ajax Turner Senior Citizens Center addition 60% complete

Work continues on a $2.7 million addition to the Ajax Turner Senior Citizens Center, which will provide improved quality of life for more Clarksville residents. The new 14,600 square foot, two-story structure will provide more space for programs and services for the center's growing number of seniors who drop in for meals, activities, classes and recreation.

Clarksville's Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway improvement projects

With several intersection improvement projects under way, travel is tough on the southernmost route connecting Interstate 24 at Exit 11 with downtown Clarksville. City of Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan urges patience and caution, especially on this route that includes roads with several names and numbers: State Route 76/Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway, U.S. Highway 41A Bypass and State Route 112.

Clarksville Parks and Recreation announces 2017 Queen City Road Race T-shirt Contest Winner

The Clarksville Parks and Recreation and Cumberland Bank & Trust are excited to announce the winners of the 2017 Queen City Road Race T-shirt Contest. Congratulations to Shaniya Mosley, First Place winner and 5th grade student at Burt Elementary School.

Clarksville boy dies after being mauled by fami...

Police say a 5-year-old boy has died after being mauled by two dogs. The Leaf-Chronicle reports Clarksville police said emergency personnel were called to a home Thursday morning and found the boy with extensive injuries from being mauled by the family's two dogs.

Lawmakers OK New Board Appointments at 6 Public Universities

The House and Senate have approved Gov. Bill Haslam's nominations for new boards for six public universities. The new boards are part of the Republican governor's initiative to spin six four-year public universities out of the Tennessee Board of Regents system.

Clarksville woman arrested after stealing nearly $500K from church

According to special agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, a Clarksville woman is facing theft charges after stealing nearly half a million dollars from a church. During her time serving as treasurer of First Presbyterian Baptist Church from 2010 to 2016, Connie Parker stole $498,000, and manipulated accounting reports to cover up the theft.

Former Church Treasurer Indicted In TBI Theft Investigation

Special agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained an indictment for a Clarksville woman accused of stealing approximately half a million dollars from the church for which she worked.

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office swears in Seven Jail Deputies

Family, friends, and coworkers proudly watched as Montgomery County Sheriff John Fuson conducted a swearing in ceremony for seven new jail deputies Monday afternoon. William Baldwin, Austin Brown, Eliel Barbosa, John Ravis, Ryan Stach, Michelle Wacker, and Kristen Mendes have all been assigned to the Detention Division.

DUI Memorial Sign Program Legislation Advances

House Bill 21, sponsored by Tennessee State Representative Joe Pitts was successful in passing out of the Transportation Sub-Committee. This legislation is known as the Shadow "Shada" Brooke Lowe legislation.

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