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Zone 3

Zone 3: Best American Essays

In the spring of 2013, an essay titled “The Birds of South America” landed on the desk of Dr. Amy Wright, Austin Peay State University associate professor of languages and literature. It was 28 pages long.
by News Staff


Coalition of Concerned Citizens hosts first community meeting

Pastor Willie Freeman gave a welcome address and introduced the evening’s moderator, Pastor Minze. Minze stressed that the purpose of these community gathering is to establish open, free communication and dialogue within the ...
by News Staff Ed.


Deputies search an area behind a body shop on Highway 48 for a juvenile who escaped custody from a Middle Tennessee Juvenile Detention transport.

Deputies searching for escaped juvenile

Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office are continuing the search for one of two juveniles who escaped transport earlier this afternoon.
by News Staff

dr who

Don’t blink! “Dr. Who” Con pops in on Clarksville in 2015

Don't blink! Not even for a second! And stay out the shadows!
by News Staff


Roller Derby Sirens to host “Scaryokie Karaoke”

Roller Derby's Red River Sirens are hosting the Scaryokie Karaoke fundraiser on Friday, October 24th at Section 125, 125 Franklin Street in Clarksville. The event starts at 8, with Karaoke begins at 9:00. A $5 donation is reque...
by News Staff


Homage to Fall by Silke Tyler

Silke Tyler to Host “Evening with the Artists”

Tyler has been a photographer and painter since 1986 with the purchase of her first 35mm camera and studying art in college. "Creative expression through visual art has always been part of me. In my paintings and photography...
by News Staff


“Dwonna Know What I Think?” Life lessons from Air Supply

Listen, we’ve all been a fool for love at least once, and we all thought that we, too, would find endless love. This happens for some, but for many of us, love eludes us, and we sometimes make fools out of ourselves in the pr...
by Dwonna Goldstone