Tennessee Residents see 2020 Tobacco Free
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Health joins partners across the state in celebrating the fifth annual Tennessee Quit Week February 3rd – 7th, 2020. This year’s theme is “Seeing 2020 Tobacco-Free,” and the goal is to inspire Tennesseans to live healthier lives by taking advantage of the state’s free resource, the Tennessee Tobacco QuitLine to quit using tobacco products.
Letter to the Editor
Written by John Kaler MSG, USA Retired
Clarksville, TN – Literally thousands of concerned Montgomery county citizens are concerned about the Multi-Purpose Event Center not meeting operating costs and causing a tax increase to meet shortfalls.
To hold down utility costs the county should consider some combination of solar water heating, solar electrical panels, wind turbine and a green roof. Though they would add to to the initial cost the result could be money saved for the taxpayers!
Letter to the Editor
Written by Thomas W. Terry
Clarksville, TN – Friday, December 6th, 2019, was the deadline for the signature drive led by residents of Montgomery County. Those residents only wanted one thing: for their voice to be heard. They were understanding of the fact that not everyone shared their opinion and to that end they wanted the up and coming multipurpose event center at the very least put to referendum.
During the course of the MPEC debacle there have been a number of allegations and revelations brought to light, one of the most concerning of which is that there are approximately 57,000 invalid voter registrations belonging to residents who are either deceased, no longer live in the county, or who are ineligible to vote.
Clarksville, TN – Parents want their children to be healthy and productive in life. To give their kids every opportunity to excel. Whether it’s in sports or academics.
I’ve seen a lot of young people in Clarksville use sports as a vehicle to advance their education. Baseball, football, soccer, tennis and golf are typically the activities you see kids participating in. But, rodeo?
Clarksville, TN – I recently posed the question on my social media that if you knew it would be your last ride, where would you go? The answers were varied and covered a lot of territory, but the common theme of all the responses I got was, “happy.”
I’ve shared with you before, that the time I spend on my motorcycle, is the closest I come to being truly in touch with my life. I have so much time to think of what was, and what will be.
Things I’ve done, both good and bad, places I’ve been, people I’ve met. What kind of man have I been. What kind of father, husband, friend. You have a lot of time to think, especially if you’re cutting across Kansas. LOL!
Nashville, TN – As the trade deadline loomed heavy on this day, just hours from being over for this NHL season, enter David Poile, the General Manager for this Nashville Predators franchise.
Just in the last two weeks, he traded for Brian Boyle and Cody Mcleod, two hard hitting players whose roles would be to protect our stars and score when you can.
Nashville was excited to have Mcleod back in Nashville, A very popular player when he was on the roster before, the music city hockey fans loved having him back.
Clarksville Gas and Water announces Sewer Lateral Line Rehabilitation Work Schedule for January 7th-11th, 2019
Clarksville Gas and Water Department
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Gas and Water Department sewer lateral line rehabilitation work will be done on the following streets during the week of January 7th-11th, 2019.
Streets affected: Christine Drive, Copeland Road, Clark Road, Sherwood Drive, and Park Lane.
Written by Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Snow
Fort Knox, KY – Unfortunately, the growing divide between the military and society was apparent last week when a teacher’s inaccurate and misinformed statements about the quality of America’s armed forces made national headlines.
As a U.S. Army officer for more than 30 years, I can tell you our nation’s military services are among the most respected organizations in the world, and the individuals who choose to serve deserve the support of our nation’s people.
About 50 percent of young Americans today admit they know little to nothing about our military. As a nation, we are failing them, and we are failing ourselves.
Clarksville, TN – I took a motorcycle trip this weekend and with it comes lots of time for reflection as I roll down the highway. It’s one of my greatest pleasures now. The music and me. Alone.
It’s been a sad couple of years for losing musical icons. It seemed like every day there was one right after another. I remember thinking, “boy this year sucks.” Then another, and another.
Clarksville, TN – To say it’s been a very contentious couple of years would be a major understatement. Suffice it to say that it seems our great country is divided as bad as I can remember. Being stationed overseas during the sixties, I was far removed from the Civil Rights movement, and the riots and demonstrations that were so prevalent.
Now with the internet and social media, it seems that not only are we all just a “click” away from instant news, fake and otherwise, but we are also able to connect with our favorite rock stars, actors, entertainers and politicians. «Read the rest of this article»
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