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Archive for October, 2013
 

 
 

Dive in with Discover SCUBA at the Indoor Aquatic Center

As the Indoor Aquatic Center gears up for another indoor pool season, the Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department invites you to try your hand at deep sea diving, right here in Clarksville.
by Christine Anne Piesyk
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Friday Trick or Treat recommended due to stormy weather

All City and County Public Safety agencies, including City Mayor Kim McMillan and County Mayor Carolyn Bower, met to discuss how potentially bad weather, forecasted for tonight, may pose a threat to those participating in outdo...
by News Staff
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Councilor Bill Summers to seek mayoral office in 2014

Ward 10 City Councilor Bill Summers will not seek re-election to the City Council but will instead seek the office of Mayor of Clarksville in 2014. Summers will formally announced his candidacy on November 4 at 7 p.m. at the Cu...
by News Staff
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High winds, storms heading into Middle Tennessee

The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory for this afternoon from 1-10 p.m. wind. A strong cold front will move across Middle Tennessee this afternoon and evening, bringing with it widespread activity and the poss...
by News Staff
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Lessons from the Zombie Apocalypse

“It would take a perfect storm to achieve a pandemic of zombie apocalypse proportion,” Dr. Amy Thompson, Austin Peay State University associate professor of biology, said during a recent talk at the Nashville Comic Con event.
by News Staff
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Weekend bridge repair in Cheatham County reduces I-40East to One Lane

One lane on I-40 eastbound will be open at all times. All lanes on Beech Hill Road will be open.
by News Staff Ed.
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City and County Mayors urge Hallloween safety

Neither the City nor County regulates trick-or-treating times nor can they “reschedule” a holiday, including Halloween.
by News Staff Ed.
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