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Celebrate the Music and Legacy of the King of Rock and Roll at Nashville Elvis Festival

 

4-day festival includes celebrity appearances, live music events, Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest and on-stage interviews with Elvis Presley’s friends and band members.

Nashville Elvis FestivalNashville, TN – Music City Festivals, LLC is proud to announce the Nashville Elvis Festival – a premier Elvis event unlike any other, celebrating the music and legacy of Elvis Presley.

Fans from around the world will gather in Middle Tennessee March 30th-April 2nd, 2017 for 4 days of celebrity appearances, live music events and on-stage interviews with Elvis’ friends and band members – hosted by Tom Brown, a longtime host of select Elvis Week events and one of the hosts of the Gates of Graceland web series.

Nashville Elvis Festival set for March 30th-April 2nd, 2017.

Nashville Elvis Festival set for March 30th-April 2nd, 2017.

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2011 Deer Crashes have Exceeded 2010 Totals

 

Clarksville Police DepartmentClarksville, TN – Deer crashes continue to rise. In 2010, we had a total of 139 crashes.  2011 has now surpassed that number and we are up to 140 deer crashes with 13 of those being injury crashes.

On November 29th, around 8:00am, Brian Fraley, 26, was driving a 2009 Jeep Laredo south on Fort Campbell Boulevard near Concord Drive when a deer crossing the roadway attempted to jump over the vehicle.

2009 Jeep Laredo that hit a deer Thursday morning. (Photo by CPD-Detective Ronald Parrish)

2009 Jeep Laredo that hit a deer Thursday morning. (Photo by CPD-Detective Ronald Parrish)

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Woman Charged with Child Abuse/Neglect after leaving them in a Hot Vehicle

 

Clarksville Police DepartmentClarksville, TN – A woman was charged with three counts of Child Abuse and Neglect after leaving three children unattended in a Dodge Durango in the parking lot of a business at 1626 Fort Campbell Blvd., without the air condition running and with the inside temperature of the vehicle reaching between 106 and 154 degrees.

On July 2nd, around 1:00pm, 911 received a call about three small children being left in a vehicle, with one of the children screaming, and no adult supervision in sight.

Mia Jenille Dade

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