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04/29/2016 - 11:11am
Ag test plot to be planted at North Butler football field in Allison. The North Butler Community Schools Agriculture Education program will be planting a test plot this spring, the administration announced. Through the generous donations of seed corn by Chuck Becker of Channel Seeds, chemicals and fertilizer through Landus Cooperative of Allison, and time and equipment by Bixby Farms, this is...
04/28/2016 - 11:54am
The Allison farm-to-market road project is inching along with a suggestion to push the bid letting to early 2017. Department of Transportation has given clearances needed for the contract engineer, Ryken Engineering, to proceed with final plans, engineer Lee Gallentine told City Council on Monday, April 25. The city’s part of the project...
04/27/2016 - 12:07pm
It is sometimes attributed to Proust that the true voyage of discovery would not be to visit strange lands but to possess other eyes. A man who spent each day of a year shooting a lone bur oak in 365 different lights, angles and moods, will travel to Clarksville next Saturday to speak. Mark Hirsch spent 20 years in the newspaper industry as a...
04/21/2016 - 10:16am
  Following a very successful inaugural event last year, the new bandstand in Reading Park, across from the Clarksville Public Library, is set to be the venue for regular entertainment events throughout the summer.   The Clarksville Visioning committee recently met to work out the schedule. The plan is to hold one event per month, with...
04/21/2016 - 10:10am
  City Council and staff visited Monday, April 18 with City Attorney Carter Stevens about video recorders recently purchased for City Hall.   On March 7, City Council heard that though several cameras were to be purchased, only one camera would have a microphone, to record council meetings. Council approved the purchase.   City...
04/21/2016 - 10:06am
  Police training and research on a police dog were discussed at Clarksville City Council on Monday.   Police employees Cody Brown and Robert Landrum have completed field training needed to start their first reserve peace officer module and are to start the module this month, Chief Barry Mackey reported.   The city attorney...
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