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Two people are dead following an overnight home invasion in Clarksville. Officials say one of the deceased was a resident of the home, the other an intruder, according to a release by the Clarksville Police Department.

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Clarksville’s budding tradition of out-of-the-box events continued Nov. 1 with the second year of BIG Birdie Ball Tournament, an urban golf event through the downtown streets to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clarksville. 

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The Montgomery County Commission has approved the $130,700,000 bonds needed to build a Multi-Purpose Event Center (MPEC) to downtown Clarksville. 

Paul Nelson, a senior manager of the Clarksville Transit System who has served as interim director since July, was selected as its director, according to Mayor Joe Pitts.

In 1976, the Clarksville National Majors Pirates, led by coach Freddie Petty became one of few teams in the league’s history to complete a perfect season with a 14-0 regular season record. (The team also defeated the league’s all-staff team in post season play). By most people’s account this…

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The Montgomery County Commission approved a resolution that would establish smoke-free guidelines on all of its governmental properties and prevent smoking and vaping from within 25 feet of each door of all county buildings. 

In a split vote, the Clarksville City Council approved, on first reading, an ordinance to allow beer to be sold two hours earlier on Sundays. 

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Dignitaries from the national, state and local levels took time Nov. 6 to celebrate the official opening of Google’s new $600 million data center in Montgomery County. 

Aspire Clarksville Foundation chair Lawson Mabry, Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts and Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett announced Oct. 29 the Aspire Clarksville Foundation had secured more than $4.4 million in pledges for its Aspire VI “Connect” campaign.