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Good Samaritans seeing slight uptick in food requests
In the six-plus weeks since 47 million Americans who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits experienced a monthly cut, the effect is being felt locally.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Ice storm just first of two waves
The National Weather Service's ice storm warning that is in effect for Stewart and Houston counties from 9 a.m. until midnight on Friday, Dec. 6, represents just the first of two waves of winter weather to affect the counties in the next few days.
Ice Storm Warning issued for Montgomery, surrounding counties
With an official Ice Storm Warning looming all day on Friday, Clarksville-Montgomery County and surrounding areas were making final preparations Thursday for a wintry weekend mess of primarily freezing rain that is expected to coat tree branches and power lines, and eventually make roads treacherous for at least a few hours.
Holidays will be over soon regardless of how we handle them
The holiday season is in full swing and, chances are, so are our stress levels. It's challenging enough to take care of daily responsibilities without adding anything extra to do.
Ice Storm Warning issued for Houston and Stewart counties
The National Weather Service has issued an Ice Storm Warning for Stewart and Houston counties.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
History Exhibit hosts biggest crowd ever
The Stewart County History Exhibit, held annually during mid-November, always draws a big crowd, but this, its fourth year, was a record-breaker.
Site work, construction ongoing in Stewart County
After what has seemed a long, dry spell of paperwork completion and materials acquisition, Stewart County is rolling ahead with work on three new major projects: the jail, the fire hall and the library pavilion.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
AT&T expands 4G network into Stewart County
The launch is part of AT&T's Project Velocity IP , a three-year investment plan to expand and enhance its IP broadband networks.
Clarksville-area jobless rate up in October
Montgomery County's unemployment rate rose by a half-percentage point between September and October, based on latest figures from the state Department of Labor & Workforce Development.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
4-H members fill Christmas boxes
While at the retreat, youth from both counties prepared boxes for Operation Christmas Child as a service project.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Christmas 2014 comes to Stewart County
Christmas 2014 will be ushered in in a big way on Saturday, Dec. 7, with the Stewart County Christmas Parade, the Historical Society's Trees of Christmas and the Town of Dover's Christmas in the Park being augmented by the Dover Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, Dover First Baptist Church's Bethlehem and a chili supper at Stewart County Middle School.
Good Samaritans Cancer Drive gets a big boost
A barbecue dinner was held at the Stewart County Visitors center on September 28, and it netted the Cancer Fund, distributed by The Good Samaritans, Inc. in Dover, $5,259.26.
Stewart County Relay For Life takes big step forward with 5K Run
The Second Annual Stewart County Relay For Life 5K Run on Nov. 16 met its goal to raise money for cancer research and cancer victims - $2,500, to be exact.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Delta Queen may sail again
On a 280 to 89 bipartisan vote in the House of Representatives, the Delta Queen has once again been exempted from the 1961 SOLAS Act.
Grief support group offered
The late fall and winter holiday season can be depressing times for those struggling with the loss of a loved one.
77-Year-Old Man With Alzheimer's Missing In Clarksville
Clarksville Police said 77-year-old Maxie Dean Grizzard was last seen at his home on Turnberry Circle off Old Sango Road and Madison Street around midnight Thursday.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
WSUD chooses Rye Engineering
The West Stewart Utility District is slowly but surely getting its ducks in a row in preparation for buying the private water company that currently serves 220 customers in western Stewart County.
Teachers being asked for budget input
Budget concerns were revisited by the Stewart County School Board at its regular meeting on Nov. 14, with teacher insurance being the focus of upcoming cuts.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Finding peace during the Christmas holidays
There are many folks who anxiously await the holidays with enthusiasm and cheer, but there are also many who dread them and often get depressed during that time.
'Pig o' my heart' could be new jingle for responders, students
Most of the responders and students benefitting from the recent training offered free of charge by the TriStar Centennial Cath Lab in conjunction with AirEvac are too young to remember the classic song "Peg O' My Heart."