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yesterday

Clarksville native serves aboard USS George H.W. Bush

Airman Cassandra Wood is an aviation support equipment technician aboard the Norfolk-based ship.

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Friday

Endangered child alert issued for 9-year-old in Clarksville

Authorities say William Allen Borck took Christopher King-Ponce after losing a custody hearing.

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Friday

Kentucky Senate approves transgender bathrooms in public schools

Supporters characterized it as protecting student privacy while opponents labeled it as discriminating against a group of people out of fear.

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Friday

Agents cite 5 Clarksville businesses for underage alcohol sales

Compliance checks were conducted at 19 businesses Feb. 26.

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Friday

Police seek suspect in counterfeit money scheme

Businesses encouraged to check bills and report any incidents.

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Friday

Bill to give veterans hiring preference fails

Bill was designed to help veterans and their spouses find employment.

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Friday

101st Airborne Division heads home after successful mission in Liberia

Color casing ceremony signified the successful completion of a five-month deployment to Liberia.

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Friday

Possible GOP candidates for president headed to Tennessee

Tennessee has kicked off a flurry of visits from potential Republican presidential candidates.

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Thursday

Authorities respond to viral video of dogs in snowy Clarksville backyard

Several citizens lodged complaints saying the dogs were left in the cold without proper shelter.

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Thursday

FCC rules Internet companies must act in ‘public interest’

The regulatory agency voted 3-2 Thursday in favor of rules aimed at enforcing what’s called “net neutrality.”

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yesterday in Military, News

Clarksville native serves aboard USS George H.W. Bush

Airman Cassandra Wood is an aviation support equipment technician aboard the Norfolk-based ship.

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yesterday in Lifestyle

Host of ABC’s “What Would You Do” to speak at APSU

Show hosted by John Quiñones uses hidden cameras to examine the split-second ethical decisions people make.

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yesterday in Lifestyle

Turn it down: Study says millions at risk for hearing loss

Volumes above 85 decibels for eight hours or 100 decibels for 15 minutes are unsafe.