Topic: Middle Tennessee
Clarksville, TN – Our lives here in Middle Tennessee are built upon the foundation of those who lived before us. The names of these souls of long ago are sprinkled upon our consciousness as they are now reflected in the names of our counties, cities, and roads: John Montgomery, George Rogers Clark, James Robertson, etc.
They are people who lived the prime of their lives in the late 18th century on the cusp of a new nation, bordering a frontier with a plethora of possibilities. These men are revered and their lives have been boiled down to a thick consistency of stories that all reflect their heroism, bravery, and sometimes larger than life achievements.
There is a definite vibe that they are only to be portrayed as one dimensional hero type characters. Along with that I get the feeling that to declare anything else is pretty much blasphemy.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory effective from midnight tonight until 10:00am CST Monday for the Clarksville-Montgomery County area. Snow and sleet is expected to accumulate over the Northwest Middle Tennessee area tonight and Monday morning.
A low pressure system and cold front will bring precipitation to the mid state through Monday morning. A cold front will change rain over to snow and sleet across Northwest sections of the mid state tonight.
Clarksville, TN – On November 13th, 2014, Rossview High School’s Hanley Long signed her commitment letter to play golf for Middle Tennessee State University. Hanley was a medalist at Districts, a medalist at regions and helped win the Team State Championship for Rossview.
Hanley was runner up at the TGA Girl’s Junior Amateur Championship, won the Craig Rudolph Memorial, made the Tennessee Junior Cup team.
National Weather Service reports Wintry Weather possible for Clarksville-Montgomery County Sunday morning
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service says a wintry weather is possible Sunday morning and likely Sunday night and Monday morning for Clarksville-Montgomery County and parts of Middle Tennessee.
As unusually cold weather continues across the region, an approaching low pressure system will bring the potential for wintry weather. The first chance for wintry weather will move in early Sunday morning.
This precipitation is expected to be in the form of light sleet but should present no travel problems. Warmer air will bring a change to all rain for the daytime Sunday.
National Weather Service reports Wintry Weather possible for Clarksville-Montgomery County Saturday and Sunday night
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service says there will be two chances for wintry weather this weekend and while the first likely will not amount to much, the second might put a crimp in the Monday morning commute.
Late Saturday night into the morning hours on Sunday, a mixture of light rain, sleet and snow is possible over the extreme Northwest counties of Middle Tennessee and the highland rim. Some very minor accumulations are possible, but no impacts are expected. «Read the rest of this article»
Leading Southwest Fast-Casual Brand Hosts Pay What You Want Day and Chance to Win Free Burritos for a Year
Clarksville, TN – “Welcome to Moe’s!” will soon be heard on the streets of Clarksville when Moe’s Southwest Grill® opens at 108 Morris Road, next to Governor’s Square Mall, on Thursday, November 13th at 11:00am.
To celebrate the grand opening, the Clarksville Moe’s invites guests to ‘Pay What You Want’ for their meal on November 13th, with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting the Wounded Warriors Project of Nashville, an organization dedicated to honoring and empowering wounded warriors. With the hopes of raising $10,000 for the organization, there is a suggested donation of $5.00.
Tennessee State Parks announces Civil War Christmas Historical Tour to be held at Henry Horton State Park
Civil War Christmas Tour Offered December 5th-7th
Chapel Hill, TN – Henry Horton State Park will host A Civil War Christmas Tour December 5th-7th.
Middle Tennessee is home to great historical attractions and Henry Horton’s tour will give visitors the opportunity to experience what the area has to offer, while staying at a beautiful state park.
A Civil War Christmas Tour will include a bus ride to visit the historic Carnton Plantation, the Athenaeum, a Franklin Candlelight Tour, the Maury County Christmas Tour and the Stones River Battlefield for the 150th anniversary of the Battle of the Cedars. «Read the rest of this article»
Austin Peay State University Women’s Basketball to play exhibition game against Martin Methodist Sunday at APSU Dunn Center
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Clarksville, TN – One last tuneup awaits Austin Peay State University women’s basketball team as it prepares to host Martin Methodist in a 2:00pm, Sunday exhibition contest at the Dunn Center.
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Nashville, TN – Austin Peay State University head basketball coach Dave Loos was part of a six-coach panel Wednesday that spoke at the annual Coaches vs. Cancer Tipoff luncheon, held at the Curb Event Center.
Loos, Belmont’s Rick Byrd, Middle Tennessee’s Kermit Davis, Tennessee State coach Dana Ford, Lipscomb coach Casey Alexander and Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings answered topical questions from radio personality George Plaster, of 102.5 The Game in Nashville who served as emcee of the event.
Clarksville, TN – Tomorrow, Tuesday October 3rd, is Tennessee’s General Election. Ballots will be cast on a range of offices and issues. Clarksville will also be electing the Mayor for the next four years. The candidates are Mayor Kim McMillan, City Councilman Bill Summers, and City Councilman Jeff Burkart.
Current Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan was sworn into office in January of 2011. When she was elected, her first goal was to reestablish the trust and integrity in the Mayor’s office. She came into office with two decades of experience representing the citizens of Clarksville-Montgomery County.
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