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Hemlock Plant to close permanently

Hemlock Semiconductor put an end to lengthy speculation about its future with this week’s announcement that it will close the $1.2 billion polycrystalline silicon manufacturing plant permanently.

Left to Right: Jennifer Renken, Duffy Mah-Weah, Manuel De La Garza, Mayor Kim McMillan, Justin Long, Martin Spears, Andrew Trescott, and Chief Al Ansley. News

Clarksville Police swear in six new officers

The Clarksville Police Department welcomes six new officers to the force.

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Tickets on sale now for the third annual Chocolate Affair

Join the City of Clarksville and Planters Bank for the 3rd annual Chocolate Affair, Saturday, February 7 at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center, 1190 Cumberland Drive. The event will feature sweet and savory samples from local businesses.

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DAC to host New Year’s Eve gathering

Put new strings on your instrument, gather the family and holiday guests, and come on down for another of DAC’s annual New Year’s Eve gatherings, one that has become a holiday tradition in Historic Downtown Clarksville.

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Give the festive gift of “the grape”

‘Tis the season for clinking glasses, cheery toasts and celebration. One trendy way to keep that festive spirit alive all year long is with the gift of a wine club membership through a Tennessee winery.


 
 
 

 
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CGW offers cold weather tips to protect water pipes

With National Weather Service forecast calling for chances of snow on Saturday and Tuesday, and nighttime temperatures dropping at or below freezing, the Clarksville Gas and Water wishes to share a few important preventive cold...
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Hemlock Plant to close permanently

Hemlock Semiconductor put an end to lengthy speculation about its future with this week's announcement that it will close the $1.2 billion polycrystalline silicon manufacturing plant permanently.
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APSU students named to Who’s Who in American Universities

Since 1934, the Who’s Who Among American Universities and Colleges has honored outstanding campus leaders for their scholastic and community achievements.
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Convicted burglars arrested again for aggravated burglary

Two burglars with extensive criminal histories were arrested again, this time for theft on the 1700 block of Thistlewood Drive.
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Walmart seeks second neighborhood market in Clarksville

With a proposal to build a second Walmart Neighborhood Market in Clarksville -- this one on Dover Road -- Walmart seems to be saturating the community with shopping options.
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Parks & Recreation hours to change for the holidays

The City of Clarksville’s three community centers will adjust their hours of operation this December to accommodate students in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System and their holiday schedule.
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Indoor Aquatic Center to host New Year’s Eve bash

The Indoor Aquatic Center at New Providence will host their 3rd annual New Year’s Eve Splash at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 31, and ending at 12:30 a.m. January 1.
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