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Housing search assistance available to flood victims

Landlords urged to list available units immediately NASHVILLE, TN: Many Tennesseans have been displaced from their homes after heavy rains swelled the Cumberland River and other Tennessee waterways. To help these displaced resi...
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Schools closed Wednesday, Parks and Recreation events canceled

Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools will be closed Wednesday, May 5 because of limited access to several roads that are flooded. The school system will be requesting that the State Department of Education waive any makeup day...
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Cumberland falls to below flood stage

For the first time in more than a week, the Cumberland River fell below flood stage. At its last observation at 6:30 p.m., the National Weather Service hydrograph recorded a depth of 45.74 feet, below the flood stage of 46 feet...
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High water, strong currents pose continued risk for drowning

Parents, child care providers must remain vigilant, know children’s whereabouts NASHVILLE: With several schools systems closed following flooding in the state, the Tennessee Department of Health issues an urgent call to paren...
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In perspective: Great Flood of 2010 takes its place in history

Sparrows chirped amid spring flowers and pollen-filled air by the Clarksville Court House—the scene downtown—deceptively serene for a few minutes—gave way to the surreal emergency at hand. Within twenty minutes of each ot...
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Downtown Market opening postponed

The Clarksville Downtown Market has to be canceled for Saturday, May 8.  The decision was made today to cancel due to the current crisis Clarksville-Montgomery County is facing.  The first Clarksville Downtown Market is plann...
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Raging Cumberland: “A major and life threatening flood”

“This is a major and life threatening flood.” — National Weather Service “I’ve requested a federal designation as a state of disaster for emergency funding …” — Mayor Johnny Piper Riversi...
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