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On the last day of one of the Google-sponsored summer coding camps at Austin Peay, a trio of representatives from the Google data center in Montgomery County stood at the front of the classroom bracing for the youngsters’ questions.

CLARKSVILLE — Members of Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation should expect higher energy bills this summer as a result of extreme summer temperatures, coupled with an increase in the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Fuel Cost Adjustment.

On June 22, 2022, over 300 local businesses, people, places and events were recognized at a live 2022 Main Street Awards presentation on our Facebook page. Many of you were present for the live stream, but if you missed it, or would like to see your favorites honored again, click here to wat…

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In the summer of 1991, when Dr. Carmen Reagan was named dean of the Austin Peay State University College of Business, she became the first woman in the University’s history to hold that position.

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Graduation season has come and gone, and, like every year, there were thousands of stories of hope and perseverance among the ranks of Clarksville-Montgomery County’s graduating seniors. One story that stands out this year is that of Alexavier Zipp, a young man who was born with a life threa…