Austin Peay State University’s ROTC Ranger Challenge team dominated in October at the Bold Warrior Challenge at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
During the Civil War, many former men who were slaves in the Clarksville area signed up to fight for their freedom as part of the Union Army.
The Drafts by Olasubomi Gallery will present the Art of Giving, an upscale, live auction event that will feature hand-selected artists, both local and out-of-state.
In honor of African-American History Month, the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library will offer a free African-American genealogy class Feb. 8 from 10-11:30 a.m.
Fort Campbell High School’s all-girls wrestling team of 14 female wrestlers is having a great deal of success as they take on their second official season.
The American Heart Association is working with more than 100 schools across the country to give students the opportunity to demand accountability by e-cigarette companies for spending millions marketing products directly to youth.
CLARKSVILLE — It was an evening of excitement and camaraderie as Fort Campbell took on Montgomery County for the third annual Mayor vs. General Broomball Game, Jan. 15, in which the Screaming Eagles won 1-0.
In the third concert of the 2019-2020 Masterworks Series, the Gateway Chamber Orchestra will perform ‘Gran Partita’ on Jan. 26.
Santa Claus was busy in Montgomery County the past two weeks, even finding time to pay a visit to Signature HealthCARE of Clarksville at 198 Old Farmers Road. Santa visited with the facility’s residents, employees and their family members. He had a mixed reception from the Tucker girls, Ruby…