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Bobby Taylor Jr., the Front Office Manager at Hilton Garden Inn, was awarded Visit Clarksville’s Hospitality Award on Wednesday, September 28. The award recognizes hospitality employees for their dedication, hard work, and commitment to providing quality care to those visiting our community.

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When Will Howard arrived at Austin Peay State University in August to begin his college career, he felt more comfortable on campus than he expected. That’s because he is one of APSU’s Purpose First Scholars – a group of 55 incoming freshmen who receive exclusive academic and career readiness…

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Dozens of agencies and vendors will be available to provide information and services during the installation’s annual Retiree Appreciation Day 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Soldier Support Center, and at least 350 retirees are expected to attend.

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Nearly 1,000 motorcycles made the trek from Clarksville Speedway to Governor’s Square Mall on Saturday, Sept. 17, each carrying a toy or toys that will be donated to local kids in need this Christmas, all part of the 41st Annual Leslie W. Watson Memorial Toy Run.

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Austin Peay State University’s Continuing Education Department is proud to announce a new course for this fall, focusing on managing personal finances. Taught by Susan Paisley, retired State of Tennessee auditor, Financial Literacy is intended to help teens over 16 and young adults avoid the…

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Dozens of families were in downtown Clarksville on Saturday for Customs House Museum’s annual Ice Cream O’rama, an afternoon of family-friendly games, activities, adventures, and ice cream, of course.

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Clarksville’s August 8th Emancipation Day Celebration, sponsored by the Clarksville Community Black History Council, was held on Franklin Street Saturday, August 6, 2022.

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A few weeks ago, I wrote a column about how Benton County once changed the person the county is named for without changing the name. This led a reader to ask me about how many towns in Tennessee have actually changed their names.