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Deputy Jason Pike helps check a child seat. The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting free child car seat safety checks from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Kohl’s, 2840 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard.

MCSO to provide free child car seat safety checks

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting free child car seat safety checks from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Kohl’s, 2840 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. “We also check the seat for recalls and make sure you un...
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Fenton Jetty at LBL set for preventive maintenance

The jetty next to the boat ramp at Fenton will be closed to foot and vehicle traffic on Friday, July 11; Monday, July 14; and Tuesday, July 15. It will be open over the weekend for fishing access. Large vegetation will be remo...
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CGW to begin gravity sewer construction at Rotary Park

Clarksville Gas and Water will begin a gravity sewer construction project at Rotary Park on Monday, July 7.
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Parking restriction imposed for Downtown Market

EMS vehicle access impairment has resulted in parking restrictions on Public Square during the Downtown Market Saturday operations. Police will be ticketing violators of the new parking restriction zone.
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Forest Service Road 145 has re-opened

Forest Service Road 145 in Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area is now once again open to the public. Two low water crossings had been damaged to the point travel was unsafe for the public.
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TWRA offers Boating Education Course in Dover

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is hold a Boating Education Course on June 30 and July 1 from 6-8:30 p.m. at Legends Bank of Dover, 300 Donelson Parkway, in Dover.
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LBL announces temporary closure of Forest Service Road 145 section

“We are closing the shortest amount of road possible while protecting public safety,” said Brian Beisel, Customer Service Manager. “The low-water crossings have been damaged to the point they are unsafe for travel.”
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