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Clarksville Police Department releases photos of Greenwood Cemetery Vandalism

 

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – Clarksville Police released today photos of the vandalism at Greenwood Cemetery. The police are asking for the public’s assistance in this investigation.

On December 2nd, 2013, Clarksville Police responded to a vandalism call  at 984 Greenwood Avenue. Between November 30th and December 2nd an unknown suspect(s) entered onto the cemetery property.

Vandalism at Greenwood Cemetery

Vandalism at Greenwood Cemetery

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Clarksville Police Department reports Multiple Incidents of Vandalism at Greenwood Cemetery

 

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – On December 2nd, 2013 at 7:57am, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a vandalism felony at 984 Greenwood Avenue. Between November 30th and December 2nd an unknown suspect(s) entered onto the cemetery property.

The suspect(s) climbed up on top of a large mausoleum and pushed over a granite tablet which was attached on top. «Read the rest of this article»

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Clarksville Police identify Body found near Greenwood Cemetery

 

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – On Tuesday, August 13th around 6:00pm, Clarksville Police responded to a body in the woods in the Greenwood Cemetery area near Laurent Lane.

Police Detectives have identified the body as Diana Bronaugh, white female, born December 11th, 1975. At this time the investigation has found no evidence that this is homicide, but the investigation is still open.

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Clarksville Police report Body found near Greenwood Cemetery still unidentified

 

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department still has not identified the individual found last night near Greenwood Cemetery.

Detectives, and the Crime Scene Team had to freeze the scene until this morning, because of the lack of light to work, and the size of the area. Detectives are hoping that the medical examiner can provide more information this morning such as cause of death and identity.

The assistance of the Media may be asked for later this afternoon if Police are unsuccessful in identifying the individual.

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Clarksville Police find Body near Greenwood Cemetery

 

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department responded to a body in the woods in the Greenwood Cemetery area near Laurent Lane Tuesday, August 13th around 6:00pm.

The body was discovered by some juveniles. At this time the cause of death is unknown and the identity of the victim is also unknown. «Read the rest of this article»

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Northeast Middle School Students perform Civil War play

 

The Customs House Museum and Cultural CenterClarksville, TN – Lauryn Jennings, Ariana Nelson and Brianna Tyre, 8th grade students at Northeast Middle School, performed their short play “Nannie Haskins: Tolerating the Enemy” at the Customs House Museum on Saturday, June 11th.

Tyre played the part of the Southern Woman, Nelson was Nannie Haskins and Jennings performed the part of the Northern Woman.

The Northern and Southern statues argue while Nannie Haskins tells them of her experiences.

The Northern and Southern statues argue while Nannie Haskins tells them of her experiences.

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Northeast Middle School Students Win State Competition with Help from APSU

 

Austin Peay State UniversityClarksville, TN - The War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville is a large venue, with two levels of seating and a capacity for more than 1,600 people. When three Northeast Middle School students first entered the building last month, their eyes widened. One of them might have gasped.

That’s where they were supposed to perform the short play they wrote? With all those seats?

“We didn’t think we would do well at all,” Ariana Nelson, 14, said.

“We said, ‘our play is so lame,’” Brianna Tyre, 14, said.

Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett, Brianna Tyre, Lauryn Jennings, Ariana Nelson, Robert Cheatham, executive director of Humanities Tennessee and Charlie Cook, president of the Tennessee Historical Society.

Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett, Brianna Tyre, Lauryn Jennings, Ariana Nelson, Robert Cheatham, executive director of Humanities Tennessee and Charlie Cook, president of the Tennessee Historical Society.

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