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SPRINGFIELD – The Kenna Brooke Gupton Robards Golf Tournament will be Oct. 25 with registration at noon and a shotgun start at 1 p.m. at the Legacy Golf Course in Springfield.

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CLARKSVILLE – Austin Peay State University’s 2019 freshmen class members began their academic careers on an altruistic note Aug. 24 with participation in the freshman service project, an annual event that allows freshman to bond while introducing them to nonprofit organization’s in the community.

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CLARKSVILLE – Mayor Joe Pitts, fire Chief Freddie Montgomery and Clarksville Fire Rescue will hold Clarksville’s annual ceremony to honor fallen firefighters and the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Kevin Underwood, left, president of Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County, and Executive Director Rob Selkow present a Hatch Show Print celebrating Clarksville and “home” to Mayor Joe Pitts. The print is available for $20 at Habitat ReStore, 404 Madison St. Proceeds support the mission o…

Clarksville's oldest professional theatre is high-stepping into Season 37 of live entertainment on the corner of Franklin and First in Historic Downtown Clarksville with a stunning concept musical capturing the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition.

After growing up in southern Alabama, and told by a high school counselor that she was not “college material,” Carol Berry, elected last year, now is the first African-American woman to serve as a member of the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System’s Board of Education.

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The City of Clarksville will continue with its planned $2.5 million pedestrian bridge over the Red River that will connect the downtown riverfront area with the northeastern part of the city, thanks to a large grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT).

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It’s the 32nd anniversary this year for Clarksville’s Riverfest, which is anticipated to bring more than 30,000 people onto the banks of the Cumberland River, beginning Thursday Sept. 5 with music, art and family events at Liberty Park.

I  bring some good news - after a cold front brings a lot of rain to Tennessee early in the week, we have some fantastic weather coming from Thursday through Saturday with sunshine, lower humidity and cooler nights.

The cars wrapped around Castle Heights, and as an intermittent rain dampened the air, families fell out of their cars all at once. They grabbed boxes and appliances from trunks and lugged them into the building.