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Chamber VP completes organizational management studies

Melinda Shepard, vice-president of the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce, has completed her third year at Institute for Organization Management (Institute), a four-year nonprofit leadership training program of the U.S. Chamb...
by News Staff


Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union recognized in Top 100

Commitment to its members has put Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union in the Top 100 credit unions nationwide.  In comparison with data from credit unions across the U.S., Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union was ranked 92nd out ...
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Red Cross to distribute cleaning supplies for flood victims

The Red Cross and the Emergency Management Agency have partnered to offer a cleaning supply distribution point for flood victims. The distribution will begin today at 1 p.m. and go to 6 p.m. Then will be open from 6 a.m. To 6 p...
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Altra Credit Union to host ‘Business After Hours’

The Clarksville Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours will be held on Thursday, June 17 from 5-7:00 p.m. at the  Altra Credit Union at 1600 Madison Street. Business After Hours offers chamber members the opportunity to meet...
by News Staff


G’s ribbon-cutting celebrates flood recovery

Yet another Clarksville South Riverside Drive business tradition reasserts itself as a proud member of the business community. G’s Pancake House on South Riverside Drive marked its recovery from the devastating May flood ...
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Kentucky’s MED Week celebrates minority business

MED Week of Kentucky celebrates and recognizes the success of minority businesses and those that support minority enterprise development.
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Jogging strollers, trampolines included in product recall list

This week's product recalls includes loft beds, home improvement books, fire alarm control panels, light bulbs, frying pans, and more.
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