Montgomery County Animal Care and Control closed over puppy with parvovirus
CLARKSVILLE, TN – Montgomery County Animal Care and Control (MCACC) is closed until Wednesday, June 7, for disinfection and cleaning due to a puppy testing positive for parvovirus this morning. “We had puppy litters that entered the shelter late last week and another litter today. The litters were healthy...
Pets of the Week
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) –Dogs and cats of all ages, breeds and sizes are available through area animal rescues and shelters, as well as opportunities to help homeless animals through foster programs, donations and help with fundraisers and other family-friendly activities. Contact a rescue near you to learn more.
Angel Fund works to save sick, injured animals in Clarksville-Montgomery County | Giving Grace
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – In 2017, Tracie Hogan was volunteering with Montgomery County Animal Care and Control helping around the shelter and with animal rescues. She saw a need for the community to come together to raise funds and help save the lives of animals, and Angel Fund was born.
Montgomery County students advance to National History Day competition
CLARKSVILLE, TN –Eight Montgomery County students who placed first or second in their categories at this year’s Tennessee History Day competition will represent Tennessee at the National History Day competition. After competing in regional contests across the state, 217 students participated in this year’s Tennessee History Day competition,...
Montgomery County names Sarah Fry new archives director
CLARKSVILLE, TN – Montgomery County Mayor Wes Golden has appointed Sarah Fry as the new Montgomery County Archivist. Fry had served in the Montgomery County Archives Department since June 2017, when she began working as an archives clerk. In July 2020, Fry moved up to the position of archives technician, and most recently, she served as interim director since the retirement of former long-time Archivist Jill Hastings.
Air Quality Alert Issued for Trigg, Christian Counties
Wildfires in Canada continue to affect air quality in the United States and it’s creeping South by the minute. Tonya J. Powers from FOX News tells us more. As a result, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation has issued a Code Orange Health Advisory for the Clarksville area through midnight Tuesday that includes Trigg, Christian, Stewart, and Montgomery counties.
The top 10 places people in Christian County are looking to buy homes
Stacker compiled statistics about where people in Christian County are looking to buy homes using cross-market demand and monthly inventory data from Realtor.com.
05 (N) Powell on Hazy Weather
Wildfires in Canada continue to affect air quality in the United States and it's creeping South by the minute. Tonya J. Powers from FOX News tells us more. As a result, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation has issued a Code Orange Health Advisory for the Clarksville area through midnight Tuesday that includes Trigg, Christian, Stewart, and Montgomery counties.
Clarksville leads Tennessee cities in population growth for second straight year
Clarksville led all Tennessee cities in year-to-year population growth…adding over 6,000 people between July 2021 and July 2022. That’s according to estimates from the U.S. Census. Clarksville Now reports the Montgomery County city is Tennessee’s fifth largest city, and is quickly gaining ground on Chattanooga, currently the state’s...
Some Tennessee towns simply failed to launch
If things had turned out differently, there’d be a town in Montgomery County called New York and one in Benton County called Williamsville. And Jackson would be in Middle rather than West Tennessee. You see, towns didn’t just magically appear in early Tennessee. Somewhere along the way, a developer...
Know a child who needs a free lunch this summer? Here's where you can find them
Making sure kids don't go hungry is an important piece of summer plans for one group in Middle Tennessee.
Social media incident affects high schooler's mental health
Shawnee Bledsoe has come forward to share her family's story. A photo of her son Caleb using the restroom circulated around multiple school districts, eventually involving law enforcement.
Pets of the Week
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Dogs and cats of all ages, breeds and sizes are available through area animal rescues and shelters, as well as opportunities to help homeless animals through foster programs, donations and help with fundraisers and other family-friendly activities. Contact a rescue near you to learn more.
Commencement ceremonies for county's high school seniors
They walked across the stage, received diploma covers and tossed graduation caps in the air. Seniors from seven Clarksville-Montgomery County high schools celebrated commencement ceremonies from Thursday through Saturday at APSU Dunn Center. Photo galleries for each high school are published on The Leaf-Chronicle website https://www.theleafchronicle.com/ . ...
Montgomery County Veterans Coalition named top 10 finalist for Veterans Affairs award
CLARKSVILLE, TN – The Montgomery County Veterans Coalition was recently named as a top 10 finalist for a new VA award recognizing veteran serving organizations for outstanding achievement. Nearly 100 applications were received nationwide for the Community Catalyst award hosted by the VA’s Veteran Experience Office. Organizations were honored...
Memorial Day wreath-laying held in Clarksville-Montgomery County | PHOTOS
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – The Montgomery County Veterans Service Organization (VSO) held its annual Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday at the William O. Beach Civic Hall in Veterans Plaza. Close to 250 local officials, veterans and supporters attended the service. The posting of the colors for the ceremony...
School of fish helps learning: Wade Borne Nature Center ready to stock new aquarium
Catfish, bluegill, bass fish to Clarksville. Montgomery County's Wade Bourne Nature Center has its tank and is now awaiting the fish. Last December, the Rotary Park nature center announced that it received a $50,000 investment for an aquarium that would open this summer. This aquarium will give visitors a chance to get a closer look and learn about fish native to the Cumberland River.
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