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The importance of voting is the subject of a video called “Every Vote Counts, Get Out There and Vote” that’s making the rounds on social media in Montgomery County.

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With many fireworks shows canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, there’s likely to be more people shooting off fireworks in their backyards.

For the second time in the past week, Montgomery County has added at least 20 new COVID-19 cases in one day. Thursday's 20 cases marks its second-highest single day total. There were five recoveries and zero deaths.

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Gov. Bill Lee and his health commissioner on Wednesday said they are working to enable local governments to mandate mask use and they both spoke against people who “pack” into bars and graduations and people who don’t wear masks, and hinted the state will continue enacting measures until there is a vaccine.

The recent trend of adding double-digit positive COVID-19 cases per day has continued in Montgomery County on Wednesday with 14 new cases. There were three new recoveries. 

Once again, Montgomery County has added double-digit positive COVID-19 cases in a one-day span with 15 on Tuesday. There were seven new recoveries and no deaths. 

Clarksville police asked for the public’s help to identify suspect involved in multiple vehicle burglaries in the Kings Deer Drive area. 

A No Slack Soldier assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), re-enlisted June 13 at Clarksville Speedway and Fairgrounds.

Soldiers and civilians with the Qualified Recycling Program are working together to recycle heavy metal waste in their area.

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During the director of schools’ report at Tuesday night’s Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools Board of Education work session, Millard House shared an update on a plan to reopen the district’s 40 schools for the upcoming school year amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Tennessee Governor Bill Lee on Monday signed Executive Order No. 50 to extend the State of Emergency related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to Aug. 29. The order allows the continued suspension of various laws and regulations and other measures in these orders to facilitate the treatment and containment of COVID-19 through regulatory flexibility, promoting social distancing and avoidance of large gatherings, and protecting vulnerable populations.

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After no report Sunday, the Tennessee Department of Health has revealed that there are now 464 COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County on Monday -- up 26 from the last report. There was one recovery and zero deaths.