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APSU adds new degree programs

Last year, the Tennessee Board of Regents approved the creation of a new Department of Theatre and Dance at APSU, with Vernon serving as the department’s first chair. Next fall, the department will begin offering new degree programs, allowing students to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts in musical theater, acting/directing, theater design or dance, or a Bachelor of Arts in acting/directing, theatre design or dance.

National Law Enforcement Challenge Award (Left to Right): Chief Al Ansley, Officer Melissa Spielhagen, and Deputy Chief Mike Parr. News

CPD earns recognition by IACP

The Clarksville Police Department was Recognized by the International Association of Chiefs of Police and Placed Third in the National Law Enforcement Challenge (Excellence in Traffic Safety)

Pictured: (L to R) – Dustin Jones (Woodlawn); Louie Leftwich (Cunningham); Scott Velazquez (East Montgomery); Jonathon Etson (St. Bethlehem); Misty Manners (Rescue Squad); not pictured Richard Conatser (Palmyra) News

Volunteer firefighters honored

The annual Montgomery County Volunteer Fire Service Awards Dinner was held on November 13 at the William O. Beach Civic Hall.

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Clarksville Police presented with G.R.E.A.T. vehicle

The Citizens Police Academy Alumni (CPAA) today presented Clarksville Police a G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education and Training) Vehicle.

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APSU Homecoming 2014 was Tailgating Merriment

For APSU supporters however the real thrill was yet to come. As has become tradition, the APSU Homecoming Game has become an annual show-out of tailgating in the parking lots. Homecoming 2014 was no slouch. Tailgaters brought their A Game and filled the parking lots and open spaces along Marion Street with merriment and good cheer. With motor coaches, motorhomes, satellite dishes, turkey fryers, grills of every description, potato salad, quesadillas,chicken wings and leg quarters aplenty sizzling on grills, the aromas of tailgating aficionados permeated the air.


 
 
 

 
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Four reasons why giving is good for you

“All of us could invest part of our ‘fortune,’ great or small, on something that gives back on a deeper human level, such as non-predatory loans to individuals from impoverished communities,” -- Tim McCarthy
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LBL “No Hunting” zones open to archery deer hunters

Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area will open areas typically marked as “No Hunting” zones to archery deer hunting December 1. Kentucky areas will be open to archery hunting through January 19 and include Hillma...
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APSU adds new degree programs

Last year, the Tennessee Board of Regents approved the creation of a new Department of Theatre and Dance at APSU, with Vernon serving as the department’s first chair. Next fall, the department will begin offering new degree p...
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National MS Society announces Board of Trustees

Mid South Chapter of MS Society announced has announced its new board of trustees.
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CPD requests public assistance in locating suspect

Between the dates of November 14-19, in multiple incidents, Steven Bernard Stillwell was making fake checks and paying homeless individuals to cash the fake checks in different local banks.
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Occupied Clarksville during the Christmas season

The Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department invites you to the Fort Defiance Interpretive Center Sunday, December 14, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., to experience the holidays as soldiers and civilians did in the 1860s.
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Maddox-Vinson recognized for child advocacy

Lisa Maddox-Vinson was named the Tennessee Association for the Education of Young Children association’s 2014 Outstanding Member.
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