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At a family dinner to celebrate a birthday last August, my oldest son Patrick let us know that the Tomato Fest was taking place in Nashville that weekend and that part of the festivities was a Saturday morning 5K run. Patrick knew that I had been doing some running and suggested that my wife, Ellen, and I give it a shot.

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A few weeks ago, Main Street Media published a column by Joe Dubin, “It was worth every second” that was an homage to those high school senior football players who, throughout the month of November, would be playing their final games and taking off their pads for the last time.

The Kiwanis Club of Clarksville has awarded all of its annual Essay Contest winners. There were 4,000 students from Montgomery County and Ft. Campbell who interviewed veterans or active military and wrote essays.

The Kiwanis Club of Clarksville has awarded all of its annual Essay Contest winners. There were 4,000 students from Montgomery County and Ft. Campbell who interviewed veterans or active military and wrote essays.

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There’s still a little more than a month left of autumn, but in the past few weeks Fort Campbell residents have already gotten a taste of the winter temperatures that are just around the corner.

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Just about every day in Main Street Nashville there is an article about another company who is picking up and moving to Middle Tennessee.

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If people who lived in Tennessee 100 years ago could speak to us today, they’d tell us we are spoiled. We have stores where we can buy just about every type of food, medicine or clothing we need. We have electricity and access to a clean, safe water supply. We all have some degree of access to a doctor.

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Temperatures have chilled over the past week and while the roads are still clear, Chuck Sorrell, lead training instructor at Air Assault Auto Repair Center, said the time for drivers to prepare their vehicles for winter weather is now.

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PORT ROYAL, Tenn. — The tranquility of Port Royal belies its history. This unincorporated community straddling the line between Montgomery and Robertson counties where Sulphur Fork Creek flows into the Red River once was a hopping place important in international trade and America’s move west.

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From the moment my daughter came into this world, my mother would always talk about that day I would walk her down the aisle. My mom adored her little girl but as life would have it, my mother passed away and never got to see the moment she so vividly talked about.