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Free donuts from Dunkin’

Friday, June 5th is National Donut Day and Dunkin’ Donuts will commemorate the holiday by offering guests a free donut* of their choice (while supplies last) with the purchase of any beverage.


The Friends of Fort Defiance gear up for fundraising event

The Friends of Fort Defiance is excited to announce the date for this year’s March to the Past fundraising event: Saturday, June 13 from 10:00am – 5:00pm at the Fort Defiance Civil War Park and Interpretive Center.


Bicycle gift stolen then recovered by CPD officers

Police recover bicycle donated to Clarksville girl.


Kiwanis rodeo brings wild west to Clarksville

The 28th Kiwanis Rodeo opens this weekend with two nights of shows and activities for children of all ages.


White Lightning Mountain Bike Race planned

Endurance-Plus will sponsor the White Lightning mountain bike race Sunday, June 7, at Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area. Online registration will be available at through June 4 at 11 p.m.



Vendors wanted for Clarksville’s Bark in the Park

The City of Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department is accepting vendor applications for the annual Bark in the Park event to be held on October 8 at Clarksville’s Bark Park located at Heritage Park (Corner of 101st Air...
by News Staff


Police ponder overturned vehicle found on river bank

Alert citizen reports overturned vehicle on river bank
by News Staff



Land Between the Lakes facilities, despite flooding, remain open

Hike and Bike Trail Workday cancellation and US Coast Guard Safety Zone restrictions issued. Despite severe flooding on the Cumberland River, Land Between the Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area facilities such as The Homeplac...
by News Staff


Loew’s Hotel Business service center opens in Nashville

New York-based Loews Hotels opens door to Business Center to employ 200 people.
by News Staff


TDOT work zones continue as fall season settles in

TDOT reminds all drivers that with the cooler weather, work zones are still active all over the state.
by News Staff



John Clement to serve as County Military Affairs Administrator

The Montgomery County Mayor’s Office is pleased to announce Chief Warrant Officer 3 John Clement will be serving as the County’s Military Affairs Administrator through an internship program.
by News Staff


TDH, Walgreens & Greater Than AIDS to partner for free HIV Testing

Tennessee Department of Health statistics show the urgent need for increased efforts to prevent HIV, with cases reported in every county in Tennessee. On average, more than two individuals are diagnosed with HIV every day in Te...
by News Staff