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‘Book of Negroes’ to highlight Black History Month on BET

NEW YORK, NY: During Black History Month, BET launches its first-ever event miniseries The Book of Negroes, a six-part historical drama in the tradition of Roots, based on Lawrence Hill’s award-winning novel (known in the United States as Someone Knows My Name). The highly anticipated television event will run over the course of three consecutive […]

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Five reasons kids should play organized sports

Regular physical activity provides a long list of physical benefits for children, but that’s not all. Daily exercise also promotes mental and emotional well-being that includes self-esteem.

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Winners named in Queen City Road Race Art Contest

The City of Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department and Cumberland Bank & Trust are excited to announce the finalists and overall winner of the 2015 Queen City Road Race Art Contest.

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Nashville Salutes honors Medal of Honor recipients

Nashville will host dozens of the nation’s most distinguished military veterans this summer when the Congressional Medal of Honor Society and Foundation brings Nashville Salutes: A Tribute to Our Nation’s Most Honored Heroes to the city August 6–8.

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Overwhelming crowds turn out to support Fort Campbell

Several thousand people turned out last evening for a “Listening Session” at Fort Campbell, home of the 101st Airborne. It was turnout that city and state officials had hoped for and it filled the Family Resource Center on base and overflowed into two other venues: Cole Park Commons and the Wilson Theatre.


 
 
 

 
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‘Book of Negroes’ to highlight Black History Month on BET

NEW YORK, NY: During Black History Month, BET launches its first-ever event miniseries The Book of Negroes, a six-part historical drama in the tradition of Roots, based on Lawrence Hill’s award-winning novel (known in the Uni...
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Counterfeit currency leads to two men being injured

What happens when a $50 bill turns out to be counterfeit?
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Darlene Slaughter named United Way diversity officer

United Way, the world’s largest privately-supported nonprofit, has appointed Darlene Slaughter as Chief Diversity Officer. Slaughter is leading efforts to expedite and advance US diversity and inclusion strategies, partnersh...
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New Bark Park to open in Civitan Park

The public is invited to attend the grand opening of a new small-medium breed dog park in the St. Bethlehem Civitan Park will take place January 31 at 11:30 a.m! The park is located at 650 Bellamy Lane.
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Indoor Aquatic Center to begin new water fitness program

The City of Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department has added another program to the water fitness lineup at the Indoor Aquatic Center, located at 166 Cunningham Lane.
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Voting begins today for overhead sign message contest

Voting begins today to choose the winners from TDOT’s first ever Dynamic Message Sign Contest. Over the past two weeks, TDOT has received more than 3,400 entries for possible safety messages for the overhead signs located acr...
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Homeowner holds buglary suspect in custody until police arrive

The Clarksville Police Department responded to an aggravated burglary at 300 block of Broadmore Drive on Sunday shortly after 7 a.m. found the homeowner, Anthony Sanders, holding a burglary suspect at gunpoint.
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