Knoxville, TN – Nine team blocks and an all-around outing from senior Wooden Award candidate John Fulkerson propelled the ninth-ranked Tennessee basketball team past Arkansas, 79-74, on Wednesday at Thompson-Boling Arena.
Over the course of the night, Tennessee (8-1, 2-1 SEC) committed just five turnovers, while forcing Arkansas (9-2, 1-2 SEC) to turn it over 20 times.
Fulkerson stuffed the stat sheet Wednesday, scoring 16 points, reeling in eight rebounds, blocking three shots, and dishing off three assists.
Austin Peay (5-2 | 3-0 OVC) at SIU Edwardsville (3-3 | 0-1 OVC)
Thursday, January 7th, 2021 | 1:00pm CT
Clarksville, TN – Looking to start Ohio Valley Conference play 4-0 for the first time since 2004, Austin Peay State University women’s basketball is set to square off with SIU Edwardsville on Thursday, January 7th, 2020 at the Vadalabene Center in Edwardsville, Illinois. The tip-off is at 1:00pm CT.
Montgomery County, TN – The State of Tennessee has opened a new website portal and added a phone number today in order to improve appointment services for COVID-19 Coronavirus vaccinations to Tennessee residents.
The website for Montgomery County can be accessed at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/Montgomery_Priority_List.
Clarksville, TN – Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County will host a volunteer service day on Monday, January 18th, 2021 from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the Clarksville ReStore located at 404 Madison Street.
This volunteer service event will honor Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy as part of the annual day of service held across the nation.
Clarksville Gas and Water announces Water Outage Planned on Cardinal Lane, Section of Dunbar Cave Road
Clarksville, TN – On Thursday, January 7th, 2021, the Clarksville Gas and Water Department has planned a water outage on Cardinal Lane and a section of Dunbar Cave Road from Rossview Road to Moss Road for water valve maintenance work.
Tennessee Department of Health reports 5,362 new cases of COVID-19 Coronavirus in Tennessee, January 6th, 2021
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) reports that there have been 542,490 confirmed cases of COVID-19 Coronavirus as of Wednesday, January 6th, 2021. That is an increase of 5,362 cases from Tuesday’s 537,128. There have been 6,326 (+85) confirmed deaths in Tennessee because of the virus.
There have been T W O H U N D R E D S E V E N T Y F I V E new cases of the COVID-19 Coronavirus reported in Montgomery County. The total is 12,538. Twenty eight of the new cases reported today were in the age group of 5-18 year olds. There have been 131 (+2) deaths in Montgomery County due to the virus.
Clarksville, TN – On Wednesday, January 6th, 2021, the Clarksville Gas and Water Department had to turn off water service on a section of Rue Le Mans Drive from Bennett Drive to Darlene Drive for water main leak repair.
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital vaccinates healthcare workers, first responders on Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell, KY – Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) nurses and medics begin administering Fort Campbell’s first shipment of COVID-19 Coronavirus vaccine to frontline military and civilian healthcare workers after receiving the vaccine.
BACH now joins other Defense Health Agency military treatment facilities that have received the vaccine, marking the start of a phased-in vaccination program to mitigate the spread of the virus.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Online will be bringing you pets from different rescue organizations that are in need of a good home in Clarksville-Montgomery County and surrounding areas. This week’s pets are for the week of January 6th, 2021.
Dogs and cats of all ages, breeds, and sizes are available through area animal rescues and shelters, as well as opportunities to help homeless animals through foster programs, donations, and help with fundraisers and other family-friendly activities.
Contact a rescue near you to learn more.
Clarksville, TN – If you watch a lot of old movies or TV shows set inside libraries, you might come away thinking of them as cold, quiet and sterile places. Some clichés go so far as to depict these institutions as temples, accessible only to a select few.
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