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The second Magic at the Museum show is scheduled for Saturday evening, and tickets are still available!

 

Clarksville, TN – Magic at the Museum returns to the Customs House Museum on Saturday, June 25th with pre-show activities beginning at 6:30pm with a wine and cheese reception. The main stage show starts at 8:00pm. After a very successful first event that was geared towards children, this “Magic” event will appeal more to an adult audience. Come out for an amazing night of magic, music and comedy. «Read the rest of this article»

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Magic at the Museum to return to the Customs House Museum on June 25th

 

Clarksville, TN – Magic at the Museum returns to the Customs House Museum on Saturday, June 25th at 8:00pm. After a very successful first event, geared towards children, the next “Magic” event will appeal more to an adult audience, featuring “Big Daddy Cool, Johnny DeLarocca and the Swing Kittens”, combining for an amazing night of magic, music and comedy.

Pre-show activities begins with a wine and cheese reception starting at 6:30pm, featuring “close up” magic from Russ Nowack, and local magician Wallace Redd.  The stage show will open with Nashville comedian Christy Eidson at 8:00pm. «Read the rest of this article»

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The latest City Council information

 

City of ClarksvilleClarksville, TN – I wanted to pass along a couple of items that are underway or coming to the council.

Ordinance 76-2010-11

This ordinance has been brought before the council at the request of citizens concerned with the operating hours that refuse disposal trucks are maintaining. At issue are the 4:00am (maybe earlier) start times where trucks are out in the neighborhoods and businesses (by neighborhoods) picking up trash. The proposed ordinance would require operators to wait until 6:00am to start their routes. «Read the rest of this article»

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City Council Recap, February 3rd

 

City of ClarksvilleClarksville, TN – The Clarksville City Council met in regular session tonight. They covered a variety of topics including the Pay Study, the Stipend Payment, Guns in City Parks, Council discontent on how the Hiring of Johnny Piper as CDE Superintendent was handled, a resolution to request that the power board and CDE Superintendent to step down, and Airport funding. The Clarksville City Council meets on the First Thursday of each month at 7:00pm. This is City Councilman Bill Summers recap of the session. «Read the rest of this article»

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Tri-Cities Magic to perform a magic show at the Madison Street United Methodist Church

 

On Saturday, November 6, at 2:00 pm, the Tri-Cities Magic in conjunction with Madison Street United Methodist Church in Clarksville will present “An Afternoon of Magic.” The performance will be in the church’s Fellowship Hall.

The magic performance features area magicians Dr. Paul Herrell of Hopkinsville; and Russ Nowack, Grampa Wizard (Malcolm Glass) and Wallace Redd, all of Clarksville. «Read the rest of this article»

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Tri-Cities Magic meeting Tuesday

 

magicianClarksville, TN – Tri-Cities Magic, a group of magicians from Clarksville, Fort Campbell, and Hopkinsville, meets monthly to have dinner, talk magic, share tricks & ideas, and plan shows and events.

The group invites area magicians and anyone interested in magic to join them.

The next meeting of Tri-Cities Magic is Tuesday, October 19th, at 6:30pm, at the home of Wallace Redd, 511 Paula Drive, Clarksville. For more information, please call Wallace Redd at 931-647-8965.

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Tri-Cities Magic meeting Tuesday

 

magicianThe Tri-Cities Magic, a group of magicians from Clarksville TN, Fort Campbell KY, and Hopkinsville KY, meets the third Tuesday of each month to have dinner, talk magic, share tricks & ideas, and plan shows and events.

The group invites area magicians and anyone interested in magic to join them.

The next meeting of Tri-Cities Magic is Tuesday, August 17th, 2010, at 6:30pm, at the home of Wallace Redd, 511 Paula Drive, Clarksville.  For more information, please call Wallace Redd at 931-647-8965.

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Tri-Cities Magic to meet next week

 

The next meeting of Tri-Cities Magic is Tuesday, June 15th, 2010, at 6:30 p.m.  Tri-Cities Magic is a group of magicians from Clarksville, Ft. Campbell, and Hopkinsville that meets each month on a Tuesday to have dinner, talk magic, share tricks & ideas, and plan shows and events.  The group invites area magicians and anyone interested in magic to join them.

This month’s meeting will be held at the home of Wallace Redd, 511 Paula Drive, Clarksville.

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Councils okays $32 million in marina debt

 

In a special session Monday night, the City Council approved an amendment to the city’s capital project budget, giving the okay to $32 million in new debt and $39 million in re-structured debt for development of Mayor Johnny Piper’s proposed marina, water park and other Fairgrounds “development.” The debt package would extend loans through 2027.

In fact, the “done deal” marina has spurred boats sales, or the illusion and suggestion of boat sales, including the collage of watercraft already on display in a Riverside Drive dealer’s lot and another boat display/storage area strategically poised on the concrete slab that once housed the Fairground Pavilion. «Read the rest of this article»

 

Election Wrap: How Montgomery County voted

 

What a difference a day makes. From a lackluster and embarrassingly apathetic primary race across Montgomery County in which less than 12% of the county’s registered voters turned out to vote, the early voting surge with its 40% turnout and the November 4 turnout of an additional 23% of registered voters made the 2008 ballots one for the record book. It was a wild ride.

Tennessee stayed Red, selecting John McCain as its presidential choice over Barack Obama, 30,167 to 25,702, a disappointment to the Clarksville for Obama organization, which ran a strong and well-organized Democratic effort on Obama’s behalf.

Republican Lamar Alexander retained his U.S. Senate Seat handily with 32,006 over his closest challenger, Democrat Robert D. Tuke, with 16,329.

Marsha Blackburn (R) comfortably held her seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, 22,573 to 13,150 over challenger Randy G. Morris.

John Tanner held his U.S. House of Representatives 8th District seat with 97% of the vote, or 6,420 votes.

Democratic Challenger Tim Barnes took the District 22 State Senate Seat, ousting incumbent Rosalind Kurita, 27,996 to 15,700.

Joe Pitts easily retained his Tennessee House of Representatives 67th District seat with 12,519 votes (97,26%).

Tennessee House of Representatives 68th District seat was retained by Curtis Johnson with 18,172 votes (97.94%).

The much touted Wheel Tax Referendum was soundly defeated, 32,924 to 18,353.

With 99.085 (28,282 votes), Judge Charles Smith retained his judiciary seat.

City Council races are as follows:

Ward 3: James Lewis, 1243; Vincent S. Kruk 345.

Ward 4: Wallace Redd, 1358; Edward Fowler, 672.

Ward 5: Candy Johnson, 1501; Gary K. Brown, 611, Aaryn Coyle, 268.

Ward 8: David Allen, 2517;  Jim Doyle, 1359, David Cutting, 633.

Ward 9: Joel Wallace, 2035.

Ward 12: Jeff Burkhart, 2297; Wayne Harrison, 1981.


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