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Clarksvillians gather to welcome in the New Year

 

Happy New YearClarksville, TN – Yesterday, at various locations around Clarksville people gathered together to say goodbye to 2010 and hello to 2011. Clarksville Online visited some of these gathering places during the course of the evening.

Locations visited included the Riverview Inn; The Front Page Deli; The Blackhorse Pub and Brewery; The Gilroy; and Hookah 21, where we closed out the evening.

Patrons of Hookah 21 on University Blvd welcomes in the New Year.

Patrons of Hookah 21 on University Blvd welcomes in the New Year.

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The Great Flood of 2010

 

The Great Flood of 2010This is a collection of documentary photos of the May 2010 flood in Clarksville-Montgomery County Tennessee. The flood broke all recent records and came within 5 feet of the largest recorded flood on record, the 1937 Flood. The flood stage is 46 feet, the previous record (1975) was 57.10 feet, the crest of this flood was 62.58 feet.

A view of the flooding on Riverside Drive on May 3rd.

A view of the flooding on Riverside Drive on May 3rd.

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The first snowfall of the year

 

Clarksville received a dusting of snow on the morning of January 7th 2010. This was the first significant snowfall of the year, but was way below the forecasted precipitation. It was enough however to close schools across the Middle Tennessee region, and to get property owners out shoveling their parking lots bright and early.

For those who wanted more snow, there is still a chance of additional accumlation between 10am and 12pm, as a cold front moves through the state. Expect temperatures to rapidly drop after the front passes through with severe windchills as low as -5 degrees.

Below are images collected from across Clarksville of the morning’s blanket of snow.

A bucket loader resupplies a empty salt truck at the TDoT Highway Department depot on Wilma Rudolph Blvd. after the morning snowfall.

A bucket loader resupplies an empty salt truck at the State Highway Department depot after the morning snowfall.

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Clarksville’s Independence Day Celebration Photo Gallery

 

top-spot-logoThe city of Clarksville held their annual Independence Day Celebration yesterday evening.The event also honors our soldiers, both active duty and veterans and their contributions in securing our freedoms. There was food, fun and entertainment for the entire family. Clarksville Online was on hand to capture these images of the festivities.

Independence Day

Independence Day

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April 2008 flood photo gallery (UPDATED)

 

Tim and Ana show their 15 month old son Johnny the rising river at the McGregor park terrace.

Tim and Ana introducing their 15 month old son Johnny to the rising river. «Read the rest of this article»

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