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Nearly 1,000 motorcycles made the trek from Clarksville Speedway to Governor’s Square Mall on Saturday, Sept. 17, each carrying a toy or toys that will be donated to local kids in need this Christmas, all part of the 41st Annual Leslie W. Watson Memorial Toy Run.

About a dozen representatives of the Clarksville area media were invited on Monday, Aug. 29 to fly aboard the C-47 That’s All, Brother aircraft by invitation of the Central Texas Wing of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF).

The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Band joined the Romanian Navy Band Aug. 8-15 to celebrate the country’s 120th anniversary of Navy Day, playing traditional Romanian songs as well as some of America’s favorites in several locations.

On Tuesday, July 12, Sheila Patton, 59, of Montgomery County hiked up just over 4,000-feet in elevation to an Alaska mountain’s summit to honor her fallen son who died in a combat mission in Iraq 12 years ago.

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At the July 11 Montgomery County Commission meeting, Mayor Jim Durrett honored three Montgomery County Sheriff deputies for a heroic act of bravery.

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A nearly 200 voice chorus featuring a soloist from Clarksville performed at New York’s Carnegie Hall on Sunday, July 10.

A Springfield man has been arrested and charged with the shooting death of a man in the early morning hours of Thursday, July 14, in Clarksville. 


Elements of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Band are preparing to join their fellow Screaming Eagle Soldiers in Europe this month as they work to assure NATO allies and deter Russian aggression.

The community came together recently to show their support for a 4-year-old Clarksville girl named Abby, who suffers from Medulloblastoma, a terminal brain cancer. The folks at Rossview Elementary School were joined by local businesses to grant Abby's simple wish - “I wish to ride the school bus with my brother.”

The $35 million Tennessee Wings of Liberty Museum, scheduled to break ground in 2023 and open its doors on the Tennessee side of Fort Campbell in 2025, could make Clarksville a “destination location,” according to Scott E. Brower, Brigadier General, US Army (Retired), who spoke to the Clarksville City Council on Thursday, about funds being raised.

The Clarksville Police Department has arrested two Fort Campbell soldiers and charged them with several of the vehicle burglaries that occurred on Tiny Town Road and Peachers Mill Road around 1 a.m. on Saturday, May 21.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Police Service Dog (PSD) Sabre passed away due to non-duty-related medical complications Tuesday morning.