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2 hrs ago | The Leaf-Chronicle
Albertia named Junior Civitan International president Preston and his dad, Jay, make history, both serving as Civitan's International Presidents at the same time. Check out this story on theleafchronicle.com: http://leafne.ws/1s5rHbA Preston Albertia, 16, is another link to Clarksville history as he was voted in as the youngest Junior Civitan International President.
6 hrs ago | The Leaf-Chronicle
Family displaced in Montgomery County fire need home Five adults, four children staying in hotel after fire destroyed their home Friday afternoon Check out this story on theleafchronicle.com: http://leafne.ws/1u4gW5A CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. A family who lost everything in a house fire on Friday are looking for a new place to call home.
10 hrs ago | Clarksville Online
The ROTC program at Austin Peay State University will be awarded the $500.00 cash prize for providing the highest number of volunteer hours served at the 2014 Riverfest celebration held September 5th and 6th at McGregor Park. Clarksville Parks and Recreation would like to thank all of the nonprofit organizations who volunteered at Riverfest 2014, helping make the festival such a success.
12 hrs ago | Business Journal
Monitor reports of existing leases and contracts and make sure a NovaCopy rep stays in touch with customer for upgrades during lease or at end of lease. Upgrade problem machines, at no profit if a rep can't get the customer to act on a profitable proposal Meet with Service Manager and complete Branch Management report on a monthly basis if needed, but no less than once per quarter.
Clarksville Gas and Water has turned off water service on Monarch Lane to repair a water valve. The work is anticipated to be finished by approximately 11:30am.
Entrepreneur uses Army values to run new business Series profiling veteran entrepreneurs. This week: O2 Carpet Cleaning Check out this story on theleafchronicle.com: http://leafne.ws/1tY2I6j For Dan Homan, the military has been a part of life for as long as he can remember.
Clarksville Mayoral candidate and Ward 10 councilman Bill Summers will attend the Veterans Affairs Tennessee Valley Healthcare System Town Hall today, September 15th, 2014, at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library. Today's open-forum town hall is one of four that the Veterans Affairs Tennessee Valley Healthcare System is hosting across the Middle Tennessee area.
Clarksville man faces drug charges after traffic stop Weaving driver with revoked license had about 50 prescription pills in pockets Check out this story on theleafchronicle.com: http://leafne.ws/1s2lq0f According to warrants, an officer observed a vehicle crossing the center line on I-24 eastbound at least three times before pulling over the driver near mile marker 6. The officer checked, and the driver's license had been revoked following a July conviction for DUI. The officer noticed the man seemed unsteady on his feet and continued to put his hands in his pockets, a warrant said.
The new documentary film "Dorothy Dix: An American Journalist" will be highlighted at the next meeting of the Montgomery County Historical Society on Monday, September 15th at the Beach Civic Hall in the Veterans Plaza complex on Pageant Lane. The meeting will start at 7:00pm.
On July 11th, 2014, Officer Wiessing responded to an address on Norris Drive where he located a female stabbing victim lying on the ground, which was unresponsive, not breathing, and had no pulse. The victim was soon flown to Vanderbilt Medical Center where she was diagnosed with a stab wound to the heart.
This file photo taken on May 19, 2014, shows a sinkhole that opened at Austin Peay State University's Governors Stadium in Clarksville, Tenn. The sinkhole started out small, about 3 feet by 5 feet, but workers have had to dig a much larger hole - about 40 feet deep and 40 feet wide - to find stable bedrock.
Riverfest patrons got a taste of slight of hand and illusion Saturday, September 6th by magician Russ Nowack on the River of Culture Stage. From the rings to the disappearing silk handkerchief, Nowack amazed and mesmerized the adults and kids alike with his feats of magic.
City of Clarksville Parks & Recreation issues its weekly report of events and activities for the week starting September 14. All Parks & Recreation offerings are meant to enhance the quality of life and increase awareness of outdoor opportunities of Clarksville residents. . The City of Clarksville's Parks and Recreation Department, Alicia's Complete Holistic Petcare, and Gateway Realty/A+ Property Management in June introduced Fun with Fido, a new, event series to promote an active lifestyle for Clarksvillians and their four-legged family members.
WHAT'S HAPPENING Listing of local community events and activities Check out this story on theleafchronicle.com: http://leafne.ws/1rZTYQH What: Frolic on Franklin, where artists display, sell and demonstrate original and hand-created items. $25 entry fee is required.
On September 12, Officer Brett Wiessing was presented with the Lifesaving Award for his actions in responding to a call in July of this year. Officer Wiessing is a credit to District One, the Clarksville Police Department, and the City of Clarksville.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 08:47 pm
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