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American Classical Academy Montgomery (ACAM), sent a letter of intent to open a school in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School District for the 2024-2025 school year.

She’s been singing since she was a child, but until recently Lavon Bracey, 45, who works for the City of Clarksville, has rarely been heard and is just beginning to spread her wings.

Montgomery County Mayor Wes Golden and the County Commission honored a United States Navy Blue Angel, a native of Woodlawn, at the Monday, Jan. 8 commission meeting.

Now in its 14th year, Radical Mission hosted Warm Souls, an annual Christmas Eve event that provides warm meals, clothing, gifts, haircuts, portraits and more to people in the community who are in need of a little help during the holidays.

The Clarksville Jeep Crew got an earlier start this year to their efforts in assisting motorists who become stranded or stuck in ditches due to the inclement weather conditions.

The second class of recruits for Clarksville Fire Rescue is more than halfway through its 15-weeks of arduous training required, part of which requires the recruits to learn how to rescue victims as they enter burning structures, facing the thick smoke, and suffocating heat.

Dozens gathered for the City of Clarksville’s third annual wreath-laying ceremony, honoring more than 340 service members resting at Riverview Cemetery.

Night Stalkers of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) teamed up with 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) to spread holiday cheer Dec. 13 in the installation’s rear training area during Operation Jolly Jump, leaping 1,250 feet from a helicopter to donate toys for children in need.

USO Fort Campbell helped the community ring in the holiday season with Santa Paws and Santa’s Workshop, a pair of events designed to bring the entire Family together – including their furry friends.


On Tuesday, Dec. 6, families of victims of homicide gathered at the First Baptist Church on Commerce in Clarksville for the 25th Annual “On Wings of Love” ceremony.

Gold Star Families gathered Dec. 1 at the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) Hall of Heroes to celebrate the season with the inaugural Survivor Holiday Dinner.

Fort Campbell Soldiers and Families brought in the holiday season with a flurry of activities Dec. 2-3 including the annual tree lighting ceremony, a visit from Santa, and Trees for Troops as part of the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s Holiday Wonderland.

The young sharpshooters harvested 70 bucks and 11 does during the weekend of hunting. The heaviest buck harvested weighed 179 pounds and the heaviest doe weighed 107 pounds. Weights were taken from field dressed deer. The harvested buck with the most impressive rack had 14 points.

State and local officials, as well as volunteers and key partners, gathered together for a ceremony in Clarksville for the latest Tennessee recipient of a home.

Four veterans with ties to Fort Campbell were inducted into the Austin Peay State University Governors Military Hall of Fame’s inaugural class Nov. 4 during a ceremony at the Morgan University Center, which recognized 13 entrants in total.

Both the Wreaths Across America at Clarksville’s Riverview Cemetery and the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery West have begun collecting donations for this year’s wreath-laying ceremony in December.