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Clarksville,

city (1990 pop. 75,494), seat of Montgomery co., NW Tenn., on the Cumberland and Red rivers, in a farm, livestock, and tobacco region; platted 1784, inc. as a city 1855. It is a market and processing center for dark and burley tobacco. There is meatpacking and zinc processing and the manufacture of snuff, footwear, clothing, brake systems, and cooling and heating equipment. Austin Peay State Univ. is in Clarksville. Part of U.S. Fort Campbell is within the city limits. Dunbar Cave is to the northeast.
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Vectren reminds Clarksville residents to please keep the following in mind:Please exercise caution when driving through the construction zones.
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Commenting on the Middle Tennessee restart, Nyrstar CEO Bill Scotting said, "This restart will allow Nyrstar to generate additional net positive cash flow resulting from the higher zinc price environment and will improve the quality of the feed book for the Clarksville smelter at a time of tightened concentrate markets.
Each year, Clarksville Community Partners participate in a national emphasis on foster care, highlighting and supporting its importance and the need for families to embrace youth in the foster care system, helping them to reunite with their own identity, connect with their families and their culture.
5 acres of land and re-located the funeral home to just outside of downtown Clarksville, Tennessee from its original, smaller downtown location.
As in Clarksville, the Millington plant expansion included expanding warehouse space, installing new equipment and adding new employees.
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For the past two years, the Tennessee Technology Center at Dickson and Robert Bosch LLC's site in Clarksville, Tennessee have worked hand in hand to develop a Mechatronics Apprenticeship program.
Swift and Wilkinson sued the Clarksville Property Rights Coalition over a May 2008 newspaper ad that condemned a redevelopment project involving eminent domain.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a rash of newsrack burglaries that plagued The Leaf-Chronicle in Clarksville, Tenn.
The Clarksville Mountain Band, which rehearses at The Station in Kings Heath, has just put out a self-titled 'live' album.