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Clarksville Police looking for Two Missing Children

 

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – Clarksville Police are searching for two missing children. The children were last seen wearing pajamas at their Cross Ridge Drive residence Thursday, September 5th around 5:30pm, when one of the family members left for work.

Around 7:30pm, after another family member came home, the children were already gone and the pajamas they were wearing were left in the bedroom.

Clarksville Police are asking for the public's help locating Missing Children Traveon Thompson Jr. and Le'Asia Thompson.

Clarksville Police are asking for the public’s help locating Missing Children Traveon Thompson Jr. and Le’Asia Thompson.

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Clarksville Volunteers clean old Red River Marina

 

City of Clarksville teams up with Cumberland River Compact

City of Clarksville - Clarksville, TNClarksville, TN – The City of Clarksville and the Cumberland River Compact joined forces to clean a section of the Red River in preparation for a new walking trail.

More than 30 volunteers met April 29th, 2018 and worked to pick up and remove trash from the old Kraft Street marina site and along the wooded trail leading to it. The cleanup was funded by a grant from Tennessee Valley Authority, secured by the Cumberland River Compact.

The City of Clarksville and the Cumberland River Compact joined forces April 29th to clean a section of the Red River in preparation for a new walking trail. More than 30 volunteers spent the afternoon removing more than 1,900 lbs of trash, 325 lbs of plastic and aluminum recyclables and 186 tires from the area.

The City of Clarksville and the Cumberland River Compact joined forces April 29th to clean a section of the Red River in preparation for a new walking trail. More than 30 volunteers spent the afternoon removing more than 1,900 lbs of trash, 325 lbs of plastic and aluminum recyclables and 186 tires from the area.

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Clarksville Police are looking for Woman that Forged Four Checks

 

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – Clarksville Police are trying to identify a woman who passed four forged checks at different financial institutions in Clarksville, on two different days, receiving over $3,500.

The checks were stolen in Mt. Juliet from a woman’s backpack on January 8th, 2018. The checks were made out to a different woman and cashed utilizing stolen identification documents from a vehicle burglary which occurred in Oak Grove, KY.

Clarksville Police are trying to identify the women in these photos for passing four forged checks.

Clarksville Police are trying to identify the women in these photos for passing four forged checks.

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Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office says think Safety First when Visiting Haunted Houses this Halloween Season

 

Tennessee State Fire MarshalNashville, TN – Consumers might know them as haunted houses or haunted mansions. But in Tennessee, they’re called Special Amusement Buildings – and they have their own set of regulations.

As the Halloween season ramps up, the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) reminds consumers that safety features at Special Amusement Buildings are in place to help protect visitors and eliminate real-life scares.

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F&M Bank Tops Montgomery County and Stewart County Market Share Rankings Again

 

F&M BankClarksville, TN – During a 12-month period when Montgomery County’s total bank deposits jumped by $175.8 million, F&M Bank remained in the top position among FDIC-insured banks with a 19.01% market share.  It is the 14th consecutive year that F&M has maintained its market-leading ranking.

The fact that seven of the 11 Montgomery County banks have 10% or more of deposit market share underscores the extraordinary competitiveness within the market.

The updated market share reports – recently posted on the FDIC website – are based on federally insured deposits of banks and thrifts through June 30th, 2017.

Sammy Stuard, F&M Bank President and CEO.

Sammy Stuard, F&M Bank President and CEO.

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ATF offers reward in Mt. Juliet Gun Store Burglary

 

ATF, Mt. Juliet Police Department and the firearms industry seek the public’s help in firearms theft from KRB Firearms II.

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)Mt. Juliet, TN – The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) in conjunction with the Mt. Juliet Police Department and the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms industry, are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction for those responsible for the theft of firearms from KRB Firearms II, a federal firearm licensee (FFL).

On June 14th, 2017, KRB Firearms II, 1730 North Mt. Juliet Road, Mt. Juliet, TN was burglarized and approximately 16 handguns were reported stolen to the Mt. Juliet Police Department.

ATF industry operations investigators are in the process of conducting an inventory to determine the exact number of firearms stolen.

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APSU’s Courtney Cousin, Colleen White receive Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award

 

Austin Peay State University - APSUClarksville, TN – When Courtney Cousin walked across the stage to accept her Bachelor in Business Administration in business marketing from Austin Peay State University in early May, it was an affirmation of her work in the classroom.

One month earlier, Cousin’s tireless work in the community was recognized as the APSU senior joined APSU biology instructor Colleen White in receiving the 2017 Tennessee Higher Education Commission Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award.

APSU's Courtney Cousin

APSU’s Courtney Cousin

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TBI has issued an Endangered Child Alert for Lillyanna Beneke and Ryder Beneke of Cheatham County

 

Tennessee Bureau of InvestigationNashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has issued a middle Tennessee Endangered Child Alert for the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office for 4-year-old Lillyanna Beneke, white female, blonde hair, hazel eyes, 3′, 50 lbs. Also taken was 2-year-old Ryder Beneke, white male, 3′, 30lbs, brown hair, hazel eyes.

They are believed to be with noncustodial parents, 27-year old Cody Beneke and 27-year old Danielle Beneke, who are addicted to heroin and meth.

A Tennessee Endangered Child Alert has been issued for Lillyanna Beneke (L) and Ryder Beneke (R).

A Tennessee Endangered Child Alert has been issued for Lillyanna Beneke (L) and Ryder Beneke (R).

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Clarksville Travel Ball hosts H&S Farms Strawberry Slam

 

Clarksville Travel BallClarksville, TN – Twenty-two teams descended onto Clarksville’s Heritage Park May 14th-15th for the H&S Farms Strawberry Slam hosted by USSSA’s Clarksville Travel Ball.

Baseball and softball teams from Tennessee and Kentucky competed for a championship and fresh picked strawberries.

“The primary focus of USSSA is the development of programs that allow for teams of all skill levels to compete against one another.  Clarksville Travel Ball’s vision is to provide an opportunity for local players to participate in tournament atmospheres,” stated Brian Walker, USSSA area director.

Tennessee Bulldogs - 10-Open Division tournament champions

Tennessee Bulldogs – 10-Open Division tournament champions

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Alley Poet’s Pen: Providence in Franklin: “Turning the Tables on Greed and ‘Tuning Up’ the Power of Giving”

 

Sandee Gertz - Author/WriterNashville, TN – Generous to a fault. Treats you like you’d like to be treated. Classic looks and charm. Biblical beliefs but not preachy. Loves hugs.

Sound like an ad in an online dating service? Or perhaps language that would be well-served for a non-profit organization?

The description certainly doesn’t display the typical characteristics of a company in an industry known more for greed, rather than generosity—one that includes another billion-dollar industry within itself to advocate for consumers and to protect them from being taken.

Simon Lawrence, working with a child in Uganda.

Simon Lawrence, working with a child in Uganda.

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