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December brings “Free Mondays” at the Frist with food donation

The Frist Center for the Visual Arts will offer free admission every Monday through December, 2014, to guests bringing non-perishable food items to donate to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee on Mondays through D...
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YHTP Statewide Resource Guides now available in Spanish

Victim advocacy agency You Have the Power (www.yhtp.org) announced today that two more of their informational booklets, the Acquaintance Rape Resource Guide and the Crime Survivor's Guide, are now available in Spanish. These v...
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Tennessee Chamber Commerce & Industry honors Curtis Johnson

The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Clarksville Area Chamber awarded the coveted “Champion of Commerce” award to State Representative Curtis Johnson (R-Clarksville).
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Governor Haslam: Common Core comes under review

The new Common Core standards in education for English and Mathematics will come under public review in a process laid out by Governor Bill Haslam.
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Drivers Be Wary: Deer season is underway

With mating and hunting season at hand, the The Tennessee Highway Patrol is asking drivers to be on the lookout for deer, which are abundant in the greater Clarksville area. Deer-related crashes have been on the uptick over the...
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TN Tourism Commissioner speaks at Annual Governor’s Conference

Tennessee saw a record-setting 96.4 million person-stays in 2013, a 4.7 percent increase over 2012. During 2013, domestic and international traveler spending in Tennessee generated 148,700 jobs, a 1.7 percent increase over 2012...
by News Staff Ed.
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AFC celebrates newest clinic in Metro Nashveille area

“We’re excited to offer the folks in the Nashville area the opportunity to get further access to quality health care with our new clinic in Spring Hill,” said Dr. Bruce Irwin, founder and CEO of American Family Care. “W...
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