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Wilma Rudolph Blvd. Walmart to receive new store design

 

Big changes to improve shopping experience

The Clarksville Walmart, located on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard, recently began an extensive renovation. The store will receive a full remodel from the inside out and will represent the latest in Walmart’s store design and customer experience.

The new design is based on feedback from customers and will feature a clean, open and bright new look in the store with wider aisles, low-profile shelving, bright interior paint scheme and lighting and easy-to-read signage to help customers find the products they need. «Read the rest of this article»

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Fort Campbell Family Housing celebrates Arbor Day

 

5th consecutive tree city award to be presented

Fort CampbellFort Campbell KY— Fort Campbell Family Housing (FCFH) will again host Arbor Day by planting over 100 tress at the corner of Bastogne and Forrest Road at 4pm today, April 30th.  Residents of FCFH are encouraged to attend and help beautify their neighborhood.  A brief ceremony will be held prior to the planting and the tress will find their new homes with the help of local Scout Troops. «Read the rest of this article»

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Zone 3 celebrates 25 years of literary excellence

 

In 1985, Austin Peay State University English professors David Till and Malcolm Glass shared an ambitious dream. They wanted to create one of the south’s pre-eminent poetry journals, publishing only works of high artistic merit.

They settled on the name “Zone 3” for their new magazine, in reference to the temperate zone that encompasses Clarksville, and the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts agreed to publish a few issues. It was a risky venture. Thousands of literary journals are founded each year, only to fold because of small readerships and financial constraints.

Professor Malcolm Glass speaks with Christopher Burawa (left) of the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts after the reading.

Professor Malcolm Glass speaks with Christopher Burawa (left) of the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts after the reading.

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