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It comes down to the final game of the regular season in order for Tennessee to become bowl eligible. Same is true for Vanderbilt. [Read More]
News Sentinel sportswriters recap Tennessee's 50-17 loss to Missouri. [Read More]
Austin Peay picks up a season-ending win against rival Murray State to end the 2018 season on a high note after a frustrating run.      ... [Read More]
Tennessee is trying to reach six victories and become bowl eligible in Saturday's game against Missouri, which beat UT 50-17 last season. [Read More]
Fort Campbell High School, a 21st Century DODEA project, celebrated its opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 15, 2018. [Read More]
Suit: Workers pressured to give patients six to eight back injections per visit and bill Medicare and TRICARE for uncovered procedures. [Read More]
"My dad used it to turn over the garden each spring and dig the hole for my mom's anniversary crabapple tree." [Read More]
"The Atlas plant expects to release less than 1,000 pounds per year. Before unleaded gasoline, that much was released in Clarksville every three days." [Read More]
The Fred's on Highway 149 is giving up its pharmacy, and neighboring Hilltop Supermarket seizes the opportunity to add a new business segment. [Read More]
All lanes are now open. [Read More]
A local family is advocating for screening newborns for a rare genetic condition their son is now fighting, thanks to a first-of-its-kind treatment. [Read More]
The $59.3 million school boasts the latest technology and energy-saving techniques. [Read More]
APSU's 4.7 percent increase far outpaced other schools and helped the university set a record enrollment this fall with 10,954 students, according to a news... [Read More]
Fort Campbell showed off its new high school in a ribbon cutting ceremony. DoDEA Dr. Judith A. Minor talks about sustainable aspects of campus. [Read More]
It will start three hours before Clarksville's 59th annual Lighted Christmas Parade through downtown. [Read More]
The Montgomery Co. Soil Conservation District together with the Kiwanis Clubs of Clarksville, recently hosted their Annual Conservation Awards Banquet & Farm-City Program on October... [Read More]
A Winter Weather Advisory was expected to take effect Wednesday at 6 p.m. and extend into noon Thursday. [Read More]
After discussions with Clarksville Academy, the TSSAA has decided to lift the postseason ban for the school's baseball program. [Read More]
Victor E. Silvers is charged with first-degree murdering in the death of Sgt. Brittney N. Silvers, who was killed on base at Fort Campbell, Ky.... [Read More]
After the turkey and stuffing are put away on Thanksgiving night, bring your out-of-town guests to Historic Downtown Clarksville for family entertainment sure to get... [Read More]