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Quick guide to Montgomery County sports at Spring Fling 2022

With the 2021-22 school year finished, the only order of business left is to crown state champions in all spring sports. Montgomery County will be represented at Spring Fling 2022 in Murfreesboro, beginning on Tuesday, May 24. Here’s a quick guide on who’s going to be there from the Clarksville-area,...
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Woman arrested after leaving barricaded apartment to walk dog

Clarksville, Tenn. (WZTV) — A woman is in jail after the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office says that she barricaded herself inside an apartment in Clarksville leading to an hours long standoff with police Thursday morning. MCSO says that deputies used de-escalation techniques to calm the situation after a woman...
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Bill Would Require School Districts to Pay Nurses the Same as Teachers

Every school needs a quality nurse, but nearly 60% of U.S. school districts don’t have a full-time licensed healthcare provider. School nurses are often tasked with caring for thousands of students across multiple facilities and districts. Danielle Kriminger recently left her job as the nursing supervisor for the Clarksville-Montgomery...
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BREAKING NEWS: STAND OFF WITH BARRICADE SUSPECT IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has responded to a call for a barricaded suspect. The sheriff’s office says deputies tried to serve a Writ of Eviction at the Autumn Winds Apartments on Ted Crozier Boulevard in Clarksville Thursday morning. The occupant refused to leave and secured herself in the apartment.
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Kent Griffy announces candidacy for new Tennessee House District 75 seat

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Kent Griffy has announced he is seeking the Republican nomination for Tennessee House District 75. “I decided to run for this position because I am concerned for those who believe they no longer have a voice in government. I will be that voice for them,” Griffy said.
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Library branch, Stokes Field, animal shelter included in proposed Montgomery County budget

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – County commissioners met this week to discuss the proposed budget for fiscal year 2023, which includes $43 million in capital projects. This includes several long-awaited projects such as the North Clarksville Library Branch, a new Animal Control facility, a county courts annex and improvements to Stokes Field.
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Montgomery County receives ThreeStar award from Tennessee EDC

CLARKSVILLE, TN – At the 2022 Greater Nashville Development District Meeting, Jody Sliger and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development presented the annual ThreeStar awards to 59 counties in Tennessee, to include Montgomery County. The ThreeStar program is a strategic community development program developed to assist communities...
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CEMC honors five Clarksville area students

Five Montgomery County teens are among 24 area high school students selected for some of the highest youth leadership honors bestowed by Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation. Two of the students will represent CEMC during the Washington Youth Tour, to be held in June. They will join ten other CEMC-area students...
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Student who posted threats to Clarksville-Montgomery County school Identified

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — A student who posted an anonymous and nonspecific threat of school violence on social media Tuesday involving West Creek Middle has been identified by Montgomery County Sheriffs Criminal Investigations Division. Charges are pending on the student. Families attending West Creek Middle School were notified Tuesday by staff about the threats and asked for information to be brought forward to authorities.