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Wallace is an 8-year-old neutered male and is already micro-chipped. He was surrendered because his owner was no longer able to care for him. Wallace gets along well with other dogs, walks well on a leash and is house trained. Wallace is at the Montgomery County Animal Control shelter in Cla…

Kiwi is a sweet tabby-and-white female cat, estimated to be 2 years old. She loves to cuddle up and purrs to let people know she appreciates them. She has a friendly disposition and seeks her fur-ever home. She is currently at the Montgomery County Animal Control’s Fort Campbell facility at …

Bane is a 4-year-old male large lab mix. He is currently the longest shelter resident of 88 days. He is kennel and house trained. He loves toys and walks well on a leash. He would do well in a home with other dogs with proper introduction. Bane is currently at the Montgomery County Animal Co…

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Loaves & Fishes of Clarksville will hold its annual gumbo fundraising event Saturday that will spice up those taste buds all for a good cause.

Lexi is at the Montgomery County Animal Control’s Fort Campbell facility at 5290 Eighth St. in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Lexi is good with other dogs. She likes to cuddle and take walks. She is house and kennel trained, and she’s good with children. Her favorite toy is a tennis ball. Lexi is …

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The Fort Defiance Interpretive Center will hold its annual Sevier Day on Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.

The Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery County will play host to a kitten shower in partnership with Puurrrfect Paws Rescue, Ron and Wendy’s Kitty Cat Adventures and several other rescue organizations in hopes to find homes for more than 75 kittens.

With local and national elections quickly approaching, the dutiful task of voting has come to the forefront of many Americans' minds. On Saturday, July 18, the idea will be marched through Clarksville as a reminder to all its citizens just how important it is.

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Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools announced Friday schools plan to reopen at the end of next month under the traditional school model with students in physical classrooms. 

The Austin Peay State athletic department announced on June 24 its plans to curate an ambitious new all-sport indoor facility. It will feature 26,000 square feet of playing surface fit for football, baseball, softball and golf, with the school’s Director of Athletic Performance Christopher C…

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Montgomery County resident Frank Willard celebrated his 103rd birthday COVID-19 style with a parade of well wishers shouting “happy birthday” and honking their horns in tribute.

Following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, many in Clarksville have come together to protest racial injustices in the United States. Most recently, several black members of the community hosted the event dubbed “Breathe Clarksville” on Saturday at Veteran’s Plaza. 

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Soldiers and leaders of 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 1stBrigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), honored generations of fallen heroes, May 21-22, during a test of endurance and grit to begin the Memorial Day weekend.

Since the annual National Police Week Memorial Ceremony was canceled this year, a small group of young men decided to do something private and special. On May 15 and without any fanfare, Miles Foster, Clayton Bollinger, Gareth Perez, Abram Fortson, Will Wilford, Corbin Watson and Curtis Wats…