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News in Clarksville: Whataburger, school lunch vouchers and Camp Rainbow

CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at the top local news stories from Clarksville Now this week. Fortune article predicts decrease in Clarksville home prices, local expert disagrees: In a recent article, Fortune listed Clarksville, TN amongst 40 housing markets that could see a decline in the near future, predicting that Clarksville home prices could drop as much as 20 percent. READ MORE.
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Body of missing 19-year old recovered from Red River

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – The body of 19-year old Greyson Cairo-Ashton Townsend was recovered from the Red River last night by emergency responders. According to Clarksville Fire Rescue spokesperson Micheal Rios, Townsend was swimming with friends in the Red River at Billy Dunlop Park Friday afternoon. He dove underwater and didn’t resurface. After searching for him, Townsend’s friends called 911 and emergency responders were dispatched.
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Man drowns at Clarksville park

A man is dead after he dove into the water at Billy Dunlop Park in Clarksville Friday afternoon. Witnesses tell Clarksville Fire and Rescue the man in his early 20’s went underwater and never resurfaced. Crews spent several hours searching the water before recovering his body,. The man’s name...
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Muhlenberg County man seriously injured in Clarksville crash

A Muhlenberg County man was critically injured in a head on collision Friday in Clarksville. It happened just before 2:30 p.m. and Clarksville police say 62-year old William Wright of Clarksville had been northbound on North Second Street when he veered into oncoming traffic and struck a southbound vehicle operated by 24-year old Anthony Garza of Brownsville, Texas.
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CENTURY 21 opens new Dickson office

CENTURY 21 Prestige Dickson, along with the Dickson County Chamber of Commerce, recently held a ribbon cutting and grand opening of its new Dickson office at 400 E College Street in Dickson, where its relentless sales professionals are promising to deliver to market extraordinary experiences and personalized outcomes to homebuyers, sellers and property investors in the Middle Tennessee area.
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Work Week Weather: Sunday rain to provide brief relief from the heat

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Thunderstorms on Sunday are expected to provide Clarksville with a few days of reduced temperatures. Following a stint showers and thunderstorms on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday are expected to be in the low to mid 80’s, according to the National Weather Service. There...
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Renaissance Players to put on performance of "Cinderella"

The Renaissance Players are pleased to announce their upcoming production of “Cinderella” in the Gaslight Theatre at the Renaissance Center, located at 855 Highway 46S in Dickson. Performances will take place at 7 p.m. on July 8, 9, 15, and 16 and at 2 p.m. on July 10...
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TriStar Bank announces multiple staff changes

TriStar Bank recently announced the promotions of four employees and the impending retirement of two others. Jason Epley, Mack Garvin, Kelley McCall and Shannon Fitzgerald were each promoted, while Sharon Ferrell and George Schneider have announced their intentions to retire in 2022. Epley has been promoted to Chief Lending Officer....
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Whataburger planning restaurants in Clarksville

A Whataburger restaurant could soon be built in Clarksville and then followed by an additional restaurant in the city. The agenda for next week’s Clarksville-Montgomery County Historic Zoning Commission and Common Design Review Board has slated approval for plans on next week’s agenda. The board will consider whether...
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Fireworks permitted July 1-5, city officials stress safety

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – The City of Clarksville issued a statement this week reminding residents of the rules and regulations surrounding fireworks, including when they can be set off in city limits. According to the announcement, fireworks may be exploded, fired, shot, or set off inside the city...
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