Nashville, TN – Omaha Storm Chasers have a five-run third inning to help them beat the Nashville Sounds 9-4 in front of 6,307 fans and 214 four-legged friends Tuesday night at First Tennessee Park.
Omaha plated a run in the top of the first inning to take an early lead, but Nashville bounced back in the bottom of the second with a pair of runs.
Matt Davidson crushed his ninth home run of the season to open the inning and make it a 1-1 game. Patrick Wisdom followed with a walk, and Jose Trevino chased him around from first with a double to the wall in right field to give the Sounds a 2-1 lead.
Montgomery County, TN – Did you know that every second 160,000 plastic bags are used around the world and on average each of those bags is only used for 12 minutes. Thousands of plastic bags eventually become litter and end up in waterways.
Even properly disposed of plastic bags can be a challenge. On windy days at Bi-County Landfill on Dover Road, bags catch the wind and fly about like small kites. It takes 4 employees over 3 hours each to collect them all.
Clarksville, TN – On Saturday, May 4th, 2019, the Friends of Fort Defiance will host their annual March To The Past living history event at Fort Defiance in Clarksville from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
Live cannon demonstrations, 19th-century music performed by a Cumberland Winds ensemble, period reenactors, and numerous displays and presenters will all be part of this big event.
Clarksville Mayor’s Youth Council collects books for Clarksville-Montgomery County Elementary Schools
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Mayor’s Youth Council held book drives as a community service project, collecting 1,012 books to donate to Clarksville-Montgomery County elementary schools.
Members of the Youth Council began drives at their high schools last September, then brought the collected books to Clarksville Parks and Recreation to be distributed to schools.
Clarksville Police request public help in finding James Gouch who used Credit Card Stolen from a Burglary
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police say through the public’s assistance and solid police work, a man who used a stolen credit card from a vehicle burglary has been identified and has active warrants for: Vehicle Burglary, Three Counts Identity Theft and Fraudulent Use Of A Credit Card.
Police are trying to locate James Michael Gouch, age 26, height 5’4″, weight 145 lbs, with black hair, and brown eyes.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department (CPD) had sent out a safety alert after a report of a woman being robbed while out jogging, April 2nd, 2019 around 9:00pm in the Nat Hoosier Lane area out of concern for the safety of citizens.
The media outlets willingly helped spread the word to facilitate public safety. There were many residents deeply troubled and expressed concerns about something like that happening in their neighborhood.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Building & Codes Director Mike Baker will retire June 30th, 2019 after more than 20 years with the department, the past seven years as director.
Baker began with Building & Codes in 1999 as a building inspector, in part to help the City manage the impact of the January 1999 tornado that damaged or destroyed dozens of buildings across the city, especially downtown.
Austin Peay State University professor Kevin Harris, student Nicholas Foreman to publish chapter in Oxford Handbook of Expertise
Clarksville, TN – “Before the Soviet Union fell, they thought they were rife with these natural chess players,” Dr. Kevin Harris, Austin Peay State University (APSU) professor of psychological science, said.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Gas and Water Department has turned off water service on Allenwood Drive and Keith Drive for fire hydrant and water main leak repair.
Low water pressure may also affect the area during the work.
Nashville, TN – There’s no way to predict when or where an accident will happen. That’s why the American Red Cross needs donors to give blood and platelets during Trauma Awareness Month this May and throughout the year to help ensure that trauma centers are prepared the moment an injured patient arrives.
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