Chamber’s Business After Hours at Wingate by Wyndham-Clarksville’s 11th anniversary celebration tantalizes with tropical wonders!
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»
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»
The Clarksville, TN Police Department is requesting public assistance in locating James Charles Jerome Wells (DOB: 6/15/87), last known address: 290 Darnell Drive, #6, Clarksville, TN.
He has 4 active warrants for residential burglaries. The burglaries occurred in the area of Durrett Drive, Peacher’s Mill, and Audrea Ln. The burglaries have taken place over a two week period and involved kicking in the doors of the residences and then removing property from inside. Wells may also be armed. There were firearms taken from some of the residential burglaries.
The Women Veterans of America, Chapter #20, and the Women Veterans Network of the VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, are honored to host the 2009 Fort Donelson National Battlefield and National Cemetery’s Memorial Day Ceremony.
On behalf of the National Park Service and Fort Donelson, all citizens are cordially invited to attend the ceremony, which will be held on Monday, May 25th at 1:00 pm. «Read the rest of this article»
A new television program “First Responders” whichwill honor those who oftentimes put their lives on the line for us in emergency situations. The program will begin airing on Tuesday, May 26th, at 8:00 PM. Ongoing weekly airings of “First Responders” will run at 8:00 PM Tuesday & Thursday, 5:00 PM Saturday and at 11:30 PM Saturday for those unable to watch daytime television.
Hosted by Chaplain Ted Denny of the Sheriff’s Department, “First Responders” will cover stories and interviews with leaders in the community involved with emergency situations. The inaugural launch of “First Responders” will feature our very own Sheriff Norman Lewis. Tune in to hear about his background and the inner workings of the Sheriff’s Department. Chaplain Denny commented, “I am personally honored to be hosting this new local program and that it serves our community.” «Read the rest of this article»
Washington – On on May 19th 2009 U.S. Rep. John Tanner, chairman of the Ways and Means Social Security Subcommittee, convened a hearing covering programs that help Social Security disability beneficiaries return to work, including the Ticket to Work program. The hearing also discussed how to reduce overpayments that sometimes result when the Social Security Administration fails to promptly adjust benefits when an individual returns to work.
Below are Congressman Tanner’s opening remarks submitted at the hearing: «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville – The Nashville Peace Coalition invites the public to attend a panel discussion on current issues affecting Latin America. The panel, titled, “Latin America Unchained” is an examination of the current left leaning shift of popular elections in Latin America. Whether Americans are pondering the meaning of Hugo Chavez shaking hands with Barack Obama or the recent electoral victory of the FMLN in El Salvador, we can be sure that Latin America is changing. In the interest of providing the public with an opportunity to hear from local experts on the current trends in Latin America, the Nashville Peace Coalition has assembled a diverse panel to talk about current events. The Nashville Peace Coalition is a project of the Nashville Peace and Justice Center and is dedicated to promoting a peace and diplomacy as key aspects of US foreign policy.
The Bolivarian revolution, the economic collapse of Argentina, the election of Lula in Brazil and the persistent anti-imperialist rhetoric from the Hugo Chavez administration of Venezuela are hints that Latin America has tended to the left in recent years. What is going on in Latin America and what role does US foreign policy play in this historical trend? What effect has the North American Free Trade Agreement, the US Army’s School of the Americas and Plan Columbia played in shaping and influencing Latin America’s current governments? “Latin America Unchained” intends to address some of these questions and engage in a community discussion with the help of a panel of journalists, educators and community organizers to have a community discussion about the recent trends in Latin America. «Read the rest of this article»
The Clarksville Police Department will be hosting The TEEN Citizen Police Academy, June 15th through June 19th, 2009. The course is free, the curriculum includes crime scene investigation, narcotics investigation, K-9 unit, mounted patrol, and much more.
The Teen Citizen Police Academy is for teens between the ages of 13-18. The times are 8:00 a.m. for Monday and 9:00 a.m. Tuesday through Friday, with pick up times no later than 3:00 p.m. each day. The purpose of this academy is to create a better understanding between citizens and police through education.
An application can be picked up at Police Headquarters, 135 Commerce Street, Clarksville, Tennessee. For more information you can contact Officer Joe Newman at 648-0656 ext 2304, Officer David Cobb ext 2210 or Officer Sam Knolton ext 2127.
On Sunday May 24th at 7pm the Clarksville chapter of the Vietnam Veterans of America will hold their annual Memorial Day candle light vigil on Public Square in Clarksville, TN. This vigil held in the honor of the Vietnam Veterans who have not returned home to Tennessee. We covered their 2008 vigil, if you would like to know what to expect. All are welcome to attend
Fort Campbell – Officers from the 716th Military Police Battalion from Fort Campbell will hold a Memorial Day Wreath Laying ceremony at the Nashville National Cemetery Monday at 9:15 a.m.
The ceremony is being held at the gravesite of former battalion commander, Lt. Col. Kim Orlando, who was killed in action in Karbala, Iraq, on October 16, 2003.
Concurrently, the noncommissioned officers and Soldiers of the 716th will hold a ceremony at Fort Campbell’s Memorial Park at the Don F. Pratt Museum, honoring the Staff Sgt. Joseph P. Bellavia and Sgt. Sean R. Grilley, also killed in action with Orlando.
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