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The fifth largest city in Tennessee, Clarksville was named after Revolutionary War General George Rogers Clark, who was also the brother of William Clark of Lewis and Clark fame. The city is home to the oldest bank in the state of Tennessee, the Northern Bank from 1854. Attraction sin Clarksville include the Roxy Theatre, Clarksville Speedway, and Historic Collinsville, a restored village representing what life was like for early settlers in the area.

Population: 119284
Local Newspapers: The Leaf-Chronicle
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Local Colleges: Austin Peay State University American Baptist College

Zip Codes associated with clarksville, tennessee: 37040 37042 37043
Towns/Cities near clarksville, tennessee : Guthrie KY Adams Springfield Plasant View Oak Grove KY Fort Campbell Cumberland City

Clarksville News
Clarksville Transit Service adds Five diesel Hybrid Buses

Clarksville Transit System is placing five new diesel hybrid buses into service, continuing the trend of updating its fleet with more modern and fuel-efficient vehicles. These buses replace five others that were more than 10 years old, with some having as many as 800,000 miles on them.

Woman gets 10 years for stealing from church

Connie Parker, 72, was accused of using the Clarksville church's credit card to pay $442,563 in unauthorized charges. Woman gets 10 years for stealing from Clarksville church Connie Parker, 72, was accused of using the Clarksville church's credit card to pay $442,563 in unauthorized charges.

Clarksville man sentenced to 10 years in fatal shooting

Clarksville man sentenced to 10 years in fatal shooting Darcell Wright was sentenced to another 10 years for aggravated asssault.

No closing sales yet at Toys 'R' Us in Clarksville

No closing sales yet at Toys 'R' Us in Clarksville Toys R Us nationwide has begun going-out-of-business sales, but not yet in Clarksville. Check out this story on Toys 'R' Us Chief Executive Dave Brandon addressing employees at the company's Wayne headquarters on Wednesday, March 14, 2018.

Clarksville Gas and Water to perform water main work that may cause...

Clarksville Gas and Water has planned intermittent water outages on Warfield Boulevard through March 23rd for water main improvement work in cooperation with the Tennessee Department of Transportation Warfield Boulevard/Highway 374 road widening project. Construction crews will begin work nightly at 10:00pm to complete water main connections at various locations along Warfield Boulevard.

Meet and Greet for the Candidates to be held in Clarksville on Friday

Local group, Clarksville Indivisible, will host a meet and greet for the progressive Democratic and Independent candidates on Friday, March 23rd, 2018 from 6:00pm-7:00pm. It is election season in Montgomery County and this is an opportunity to ask questions of these candidates and meet them personally.

1 hospitalized in 2-car crash

Deputies said Kelly Boone of Clarksville, Tennessee, was was driving south on Husband Road when she collided with a pickup truck operated by Corey Goatley of Boaz.

Clarksville High School's Alyvia Crawley Wins Tennessee 2018 Poetry Out Loud Contest

The 2018 Tennessee Poetry Out Loud champion is Alyvia Crawley a junior at Clarksville High School in Clarksville, TN. The competition was held on Saturday, March 10, in the Ford Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

City of Clarksville announces Edmondson Ferry Road project

Contractors for the City of Clarksville have a green light to begin a $1.2 million project to install traffic signals and rework the intersection of Edmondson Ferry Road and the U.S. Highway 41A Bypass. The project comes after a years-long process by residents and City officials to gain Tennessee Department of Transportation approval for signalization and other measures at the busy intersection on a key stretch of state roadway that connects Downtown Clarksville with Interstate 24 at Exit 11. Byard Construction, Clarksville, was awarded the contract on a bid of $1,172,431 to widen the intersection, add traffic signals, turn lanes, curbs and gutters, and sidewalks on the north side of the Bypass.

Clarksville Gas and Water reports Tylertown Road Area-Wide Water Outage

Clarksville Gas and Water is repairing a water main leak at the intersection of Tylertown Road and Trenton Road that is affecting Tylertown Road from Trenton Road to Samantha Lane, Trenton Road, Tinytown Road and the surrounding vicinity. Utility construction crews are onsite to make the repair as expediently as possible; however, the repair is anticipated to take 5-6 hours to complete or until approximately 5:00pm or 6:00pm this evening.

Customs House Museum & Cultural Center hold Opening Reception for New Exhibits

Clarksville's Customs House Museum held an opening reception March 8th to introduce five new exhibits that range from impressionistic figurative paintings, watercolors, and photography to Stories of Clarksville, and a celebration of Women in business. On the main floor, in the Leaf Chronicle Lobby until April 29th, Celebrating Women in Business uses objects and images from the museum's permanent collection to celebrate local businesses throughout Clarksville's history that have been owned or founded by women.

APSU Campus Police to conduct "Secure in Place" drill, March 13th

Clarksville, TN - On the morning of March 13th, 2018, Austin Peay State University will be conducting a campus-wide "Secure in Place" drill. During th is drill, we will activate our emergency notification systems and ask that the community seek shelter in a secure location.

Credit Report Freeze Legislation Headed to Governor for Signature

The Property Tax Relief for disabled Veterans, disabled persons and elderly low-income homeowners, House Bill 1496/Senate Bill 1675 , passed the House Finance, Ways and is scheduled for a House Floor vote on March 12th, 2018, and as amended which includes the veterans spouse. This legislation corrects a rule change made in October, 2017 which would have caused individuals to lose their eligibility for tax relief if the veteran, low-income elderly, and disabled person if admitted to a nursing home for an indeterminate amount of time.

Poet, essayist & immigration advocate Marcelo Castillo to speak...

Clarksville, TN - In 2016, during an interview for the literary journal Ploughshares, award-winning poet and essayist Marcelo Hernandez Castillo said, "I wish I wasn't afraid, I wish this wasn't my reality." When Castillo was five, his family moved from Mexico to California, and even though he now has permanent resident status, he told Ploughshares, "That doesn't mean I'm not still afraid, either for myself or for my family."

White House: Leveling the Playing Field - Why Trade Action is Necessary

The United States is a free trade country, but many of our trading partners are not. For an example, let's take the case of the car: If a foreign producer wants to sell a car into the United States, they're charged a 2.5% tariff.

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan shares award with Businesses, Staff

Clarksville, TN - Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan accepted the Partner America Small Business Advocate Award on behalf of "all the City's small businesses and all the City departments that make good things happen for Clarksville's citizens and businesses." The United States Conference of Mayors and the Partner America Program presented McMillan the award at a reception Wednesday at the Wilma Rudolph Events Center in recognition of her dedication to Clarksville's small business community.

Defendant charged in Tennessee gang racketeering plot killed

Prosecutors say a person among more than a dozen Tennessee gang members and associates accused in a racketeering conspiracy was kidnapped and killed. His whereabouts had been unknown when 15 gang members and associates were charged in January.

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