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Flood damaged route 249 to close for repair

The impact of this year's May floods is still being felt; TDOT crews are about to begin reconstruction on Highway 249 between Pegram and Ashland City that was damaged by a flood-related landslide.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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Flood 2010: August 5 deadline nears for disaster assistance applications

Secretary of State urges Tennesseans to help family, friends, neighbors apply for flood assistance by Thursday deadline.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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Landmark restaurant re-opens after devastating flood

G’s Pancake House Restaurant will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, July 16,  at 2 p.m. to mark the grand re-opening of its 803 South Riverside Drive location, which has been  renovated  from floor to ceiling follo...
by Terry McMoore
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G’s Pancake House undergoing major renovations, to reopen soon

The popular G’s Pancake House on Riverside Drive is in the final stage of renovation with an anticipated opening within a week. Owner Cindy Sueiro began working at G’s when she was 12 and her father, a Vietnam veter...
by Christine Anne Piesyk
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Salvation Army to reopen Kraft Street store after extensive flood clean-up

The Salvation Army will be reopening the thrift store at 210 Kraft Street by the end of this week officials said. “We are preparing to set up all our fixtures and shelves; following an inspection we will be allowed to mov...
by Samantha J. Kanatzar
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Shoney’s: Back from the flood, better than ever

Surveying the crowd at Shoney’s on Riverside Drive, one would never know a flood had ever happened, much less closed this popular restaurant for several weeks while a total clean-up and retooling took place. Shoney’...
by Christine Anne Piesyk
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Volunteers tallied 67,892 hours in community flood relief efforts

The Clarksville community has rallied together to aide one another after the recent flooding of the Cumberland River. The Community Action Agency, the Clarksville-Montgomery County coordinator of volunteer efforts for flood vic...
by Samantha J. Kanatzar
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