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Clarksville, TN – On Saturday the City of Clarksville’s Department of Parks and Recreation held their 35th Annual Queen City Road Race on the campus of , late yesterday they released the results of the races.
It was a rainy, cold, miserable of a day for running but that didn’t stop the 1,650 Racers who turned out to challenge themselves by running in the race.
“It’s absolutely awesome. It’s amazing to me that 1,650 people would come out and brave the elements and participate want to run and walk and just get out be physically active! There’s a lot of smiling faces and it’s been a wonderful day, even despite the rain,” saidDirector Mark Tummons, as we stood together at the finish line.«Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Therolled into Clarksville on Tuesday with linebacker Akeem Ayers; defensive tackle Jurrell Casey; and Mike Keith, the voice of the Tennessee Titans on the second day of the 2013 Titans Caravan. The Caravan stopped in Clarksville at the Lowe’s Drive Krogers.
The second day of the Caravan began with private stops in White Bluff at the White Bluff Elementary School, in Waverly, TN at the Waverly Junior High School, in Camden at the Briarwood Elementary School. Two public stops were also on the agenda for the second day of the Caravan at Clifty Farm Country Ham in Paris, TN and finishing up at the Kroger store stop in Clarksville.
Clarksville, TN – The final day of the 2013Festival began with absolutely glorious weather. The sun was shining and the sky was that special shade of blue you get after a spring storm. The crowds started showing up even before the 10:00am official opening time.
Dave Loos, Jr. from1400 AM was on hand broadcasting Live from the Bill Roberts Thunder Road Automotive and Marine booth just down from the . He spent the morning interviewing festival organizers and some of the sponsors.
Manna Café Ministries provides much needed assistance in our Community, and they can use your help as well
Clarksville, TN – Manna Café Ministries founder Kenny York at the Manna Café Ministries Mobile Café on Thursday, August 30th at the Clarksville Montgomery County School Board Office, located on Gracey Avenue as they served 378 meals to community residents.recently had the opportunity to chat with
Maurice Vaughn and the crew From Better Homes & Gardens Hometown Connection Real Estate was on hand helping to feed the hungry in our community. Vaughn and his team had brought their mobile grill out and had cooked up a number of succulent pork tenderloins.
(0-0) vs. New England Patriots (0-0)
Sunday, Sept. 9th, 2012 • Noon CDT • LP Field • Nashville, TN • TV: CBS
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans (0-0) open the regular season this week by hosting the defending AFC Champion New England Patriots (0-0). Kickoff at LP Field (capacity 69,143) is scheduled for noon CDT on Sunday, September 9th.
This is the second time the two clubs have met in Week 1 and the first occasion since 1975, when the then-Oilers began their season with a 7-0 victory over New England, one of 15 shutouts in franchise history.
All-time on opening day, the Titans/Oilers are 27-25. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville veterinarian Dr. Ron Whitford went on the attack in a broadcast interview today responding to an email “smear” campaign that alleges he is a “dangerous vet, and could kill your dog,” and says he will spend one million dollars of his own money to sue those responsible for the unfounded attack.
Whitford says he will sue for twenty million dollars, then after paying legal fees, will use the settlement to “Spay and neuter every animal in Montgomery County.” «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – An e-mail has been circulating warning of a “dangerous vet in Clarksville” and the target of this attack is Dr. Ron Whitford of the St. Bethlehem Animal Clinic.
The message is from a woman named Stacia Bearden, and details a story about a dog that was taken to Dr. Whitford’s clinic where it was spayed. According to the email the puppy got sick and died.
After the puppy died, another Vet did an autopsy and determined that the original procedure was faulty because Dr. Whitford had used “zip ties” instead of “sterile sutures” to close off the arteries during the operation. The email goes on to warn everybody “not to use this vet, he could kill your dog.”
Whitford is outraged. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Well over 20,000 people jammed the banks of the Cumberland River as the City of Clarksville held their annual Independence Day Celebration last night. This celebration of patriotism is one of the most popular events hosted by the city each year.
This years celebration was sponsored by the City of Clarksville, Aetna Insurance and U.S. Bank.
Clarksville, TN – The hot and dry conditions that have gripped Clarksville has many residents concerned about shooting fireworks during the Fourth of July holiday. The City of Clarksville usually allows fireworks to be shot between July 1st-7th in the city limits. There are no restrictions in the county.
has learned that Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan has had discussions with fire officials about those concerns, and will make a decision if the weather does not improve.
Tournament to Benefit APSU Athletics
Clarksville, TN – The 18th annualGovernors Bass Tournament is a week away.
The 2012 version will be held Saturday, May 12th, at Kentucky Lake, with registration and boat launching from Paris Landing, Tennessee, State Park. Last season’s tourney, despite a one week delay because of weather, still drew 243 boats.
Current weather forecasts are calling for low 80′s temperatures next Saturday with little chance for rain.
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