Hank Bonecutter is a forty year broadcast veteran and former radio station owner. His career included, talk-show host, journalist, writer, and producer. He is president of Bonehead Promotions, an advertising consulting and media firm. He is the owner of www.clarksvillesportsnetwork.com and www.nashvillesportsnetwork.com, and is a contributing author/journalist for Clarksville Online.
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Nashville, TN - After selling my business in 2012, I bought a condo in Nashville. My wife and I spend time there enjoying football, hockey, good food and entertainment.
I spend more time here than she does, developing new business relationships, and reconnecting with old friends.
The Nashville landscape is growing in leaps and bounds,and that includes a growing homeless population. And I mean GROWING. And aggressive.
Clarksville, TN - To hear the words “you’ve got Cancer” is the most devastating news a person can hear. For those who have lived and died with the disease, the journey to recovery, or the walk with death, can be a devastating experience to family and friends.
It’s because of that experience that Doug and Vickie Wall, and their daughter, Candace Ursery, used their company resources to help make lives a little easier for those who will hear those words, “You’ve got Cancer.”
Clarksville, TN – When Doug Wall, owner of Convenient Car Care Inc. of Clarksville, decided to have his company dedicate the month of October to raising awareness and money for the Sarah Cannon Cancer Research Institute, little did he know what an impact it would have.
“My family has been affected by this disease, and it’s a terrible thing. I would do anything to help find a cure,” Wall told Clarksville Online. “My mother and grand-mother both suffered with it. I know what a terrible disease it is, first-hand” said Wall.
The tournament was established in 2010 as an endowment to benefit dependents of soldiers at Fort Campbell, with a scholarship to attend Austin Peay State University.
Mickey Fisher was a native Clarksvillian. He was an outstanding athlete playing on both the Clarksville High School basketball and golf teams. He furthered his education at Austin Peay State University and added to his sports legacy on their basketball court.
Meet Ashleigh Edlin. The pride of Woodlawn, Tennessee.
Tilted Kilt’s “Nashville Chive Unofficial Meetup” in Clarksville was a big success for Folds of Honor Foundation
Clarksville, TN – The Tilted Kilt in Clarksville, hosted their first Chive Unofficial Meetup on Saturday night, and had a huge turnout. The meetup was presented by Budweiser of Clarksville and was a benefit for the Folds of Honor Foundation, which provides scholarships to children of soldiers killed or injured while in the line of duty.
“TheChive, is a photo entertainment website with cultlike fans,” said Laura K. Thornton, Marketing Coordinator for Tilted Kilt Clarksville. “The website features funny internet memes, sexy girls,and things like that. The fans of this website are really crazy about it. The Chive has reached out to their fans for assistance in charitable causes via the website, and have raised over $100,000 for several of these causes, often within hours.”
Clarksville, TN - When Demetria Kalodimos arrived in Nashville in 1984, little did she know that she had just landed her dream job.
This bright-eyed 23 year old, with a proud Greek heritage, from the suburbs of Chicago, was about to join one of the most storied news organizations in the business, in Nashville, Tennessee, WSMV, Channel 4.
Now, after thirty years as one of Nashville’s most decorated journalists, she has no intention of slowing down.
Clarksville, TN - APSU women’s basketball coach Carrie Daniels is in her eighth season as the Lady Gov’s head coach, becoming the longest tenured women’s basketball coach the school has ever had.
Currently, her Lady Govs are fighting through their conference schedule, with their eye on making the OVC Tournament, where they’ll have a chance to make it to the “big dance.”
Clarksville, TN - Clarksville native Ben Reed has written his first book, “Starting Small: The Ultimate Small Group Blueprint,” designed to help church leaders build and maintain a vibrant and exciting bible study experience, and worship experience, to help people of all ages grow spiritually, and enjoy life to it’s fullest through the word of God.
Reed is a small groups pastor at Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville Tennessee, having spent several years as a pastor at Grace Community Church in Clarksvlle, TN.
Reed graduated from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and his focus was in Theology and Biblical Counseling, but his passion lies in helping people apply the word of God to their lives, right in the middle of life’s biggest questions and heartaches.
In an interview with Clarksville Online, Ben explains his motivation for writing the book. «Read the rest of this article»
Instant Peay Play: APSU working for large Football Alumni turnout with Home Finale marking an end of an Era
Clarksville, TN – Every final home game, no matter the sport, has both a celebratory and reflective feel to them, and the November 16th football game against Southeast Missouri State University will not be any different.
Except it will also be the final event in what most current Austin Peay fans know as Governors Stadium and with the ending of that era the university is working to have a large number of alumni return to bid the 67-year old venue adieu.
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