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Wonder Kids Triathlon registration leads Parks & Rec weekly report

City residents will find a wide range of activities offered. Kids triathlon registration, the new city concert series and the Mayor's Summer Night Lights along with news of the Downtown Market are in this week's report.
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Site preparation, grading underway at Hankook Tire site

Site preparation and grading are now well underway for Hankook Tire along International Boulevard near Rossview Road and Exit 8 of Interstate 24 in Clarksville. The grading at the 469 acre site involves moving 4.5 million yards...
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Police investigate stabbing, shooting on Norris Drive

Clarksville Police are investigating the shooting and stabbing of two women on Friday morning.
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Parks & Rec’s Back to School Splash reaches full registration capacity

Due to an overwhelming response, the 2nd annual Back to School Splash has reached registration capacity. The Back to School Splash will provide free school supplies and a fun pool party to a total of 600, upcoming Kindergarte...
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Adaptive Yoga leads Parks & Rec weekly report

Parks & Rec continues to bring new ideas to the offerings for city residents. Adaptive Yoga joins the line-up of activities available.
by News Staff Ed.
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‘Fun with Fido’ event series continues with a pooch pool party

Fun with Fido was created to promote an active lifestyle for you and your four-legged family member in June. The series will continue its season with a pooch pool party Saturday, August 9 from 1- 4 p.m. at Swan Lake Pool, 2002 ...
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Houghton Hall Estate, Italian Fashion, Michelangelo mark 2015-16 exhibits at the Frist

The Frist Center for the Visual Arts’ 2015 lineup of exhibitions will bring treasures from around the world spanning the eighth century to the present to Nashville.
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