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APSU to open DeWald Livestock Pavilion

John Bartee Jr. and others will return to the farm at 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 23, to witness the official opening of a facility more appropriate for the state’s fastest growing department of agriculture.
by News Staff
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CGW schedules work on Richview Road

Clarksville Gas and Water gas construction crews will be working on Richview Road through September 19. Motorists are advised to slow down and follow flagger instructions and directional signs when approaching the work zone.
by News Staff
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Police arrest four in APSU armed robbery

Police have four men are in custody following an armed robbery Monday morning in the parking lot of Two Rivers Apartments on the Austin Peay State University campus.
by News Staff
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Fort Defiance hosts “Sevier Days” in Parks & Rec weekly report

This event will focus on the historical frontier and colonial period of Clarksville and will feature reenactors, flintlock musket firing demonstrations, a flint knapper making Indian arrowheads, and an authentic blacksmith oper...
by News Staff Ed.
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Daycon caters to devotees of Anime

This year's special guest year will be Jennifer Cihi, (the singing voice of Sailor Moon), who will be performing, answering questions, and signing autographs. There will also be a live performance by Dr3amland, para para dance ...
by News Staff
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‘Fun with Fido’ events season continues September 20 

Businesses that promote dog-related programs, services and products are encouraged to participate as a vendor. If interested, business can apply by visiting the Parks and Recreation Office at 102 Public Square or going online t...
by News Staff Ed.
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Rep. John Tidwell meets new constituent at Heavenly Nom

Rep. John Tidwell visits with voters at Heavenly Nom

Tidwell met with several residents as they discussed issues of quality education, teacher quality and retention, job opportunities and quality of life enhancements in the area.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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