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Chamber’s Business After Hours goes tropical at Wingate Hotel

 

Chamber’s Business After Hours at Wingate by Wyndham-Clarksville’s 11th anniversary celebration tantalizes with tropical wonders!

The Wingate by Wyndham is celebrating their 11th anniversary in Clarksville

The Wingate by Wyndham is celebrating their 11th anniversary in Clarksville

The Chamber of Commerce’s May Business After Hours Showcase on Thursday at the Wingate Hotel (251 Holiday Drive), proved to be a smash hit with guests and presenters alike. The Business After Hours events are only open to Chamber of Commerce members, and provide a great opportunity to network with other community and business leaders. Thursday’s celebration marked the Wingate’s 11th anniversary and the stage was amply set. Area restaurants and caterers were everywhere with tasty samples galore! Palates of every consideration found something to tickle their fancy. «Read the rest of this article»

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Temporary bridge connects river banks on Fort Campbell

 
Sgt. Terry Bell, 190th Engineer Company, 230th Engineer Battalion, 194th Engineer Brigade, guides a Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge into place across a creek at the Killebrew detour off Angels Road at Fort Campbell today.

Sgt. Terry Bell, 190th Engineer Company, 230th Engineer Battalion, 194th Engineer Brigade, guides a Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge into place across a creek at the Killebrew detour off Angels Road at Fort Campbell today.

FORT CAMPBELL – The Tennessee Army National Guard out of Russellville and Jefferson City, Tenn., swung through Camp Shelby, Miss., this week to pick up 48 tons of cargo to help Fort Campbell cross the water.

Soldiers with the 190th Engineer Company, 230th Engineer Battalion, 194th Engineer Brigade, arrived Wednesday ready to lay 18 tons of steel across a creek at the Killebrew detour off Angels Road today.

The temporary bridge can hold up to 60 tons, although the weight limit is 20 tons for safety reasons. There will be no personal vehicles allowed to cross the bridge due to the wide-open center span.

The speed limit while crossing the bridge is 5 mph and all Soldiers besides the driver must dismount the vehicle prior to crossing. Every driver must have a ground guide to get them and the vehicle across the bridge safely

Regulation signs are in place specifying the rules for crossing the bridge, said Chris Collins, range branch contractor. «Read the rest of this article»

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