Clarksville News: Student Safety Driving Guidelines, List of No-Go Areas and Other Top Stories This Week

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CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at some of the best local reporting from Clarksville Now this week.

Student recovering from being hit by a car: Police say the student drove through traffic at Clarksville High School between the two guard posts. READ MORE

CMCSS achieves a strong overall student improvement rating: While the school system ranked at the top of its overall composite score, it ranked at the bottom in student growth in literacy and numeracy. READ MORE

Family to celebrate Kadaris Maddox on what would have been his 14th birthday: On September 4, friends and family will gather at McGregor Park to remember the child who died in his home. READ MORE

Man and woman charged with murder in 2019 near bus stop on Glendale Drive: A passerby found the man dead on the side of the road. Three years later, two people were arrested. READ MORE

Fort Campbell updates the list of banned bars, motels and businesses: Here is the latest list of places soldiers cannot go, for their financial protection and safety. READ MORE

The school board allows video recording of meetings for online viewing: The school board rejected the idea of ​​live streaming, but approved making videos available online in 24 to 48 hours. READ MORE

PossumStock continues to cultivate local musicians: Here’s how Clarksville’s music scene event started and what’s to come this year. READ MORE

Football coaches introduce the seasons over lunch: Clarksville football coaches talk about their outlook for the season. READ MORE

Veteran uses his photography skills to give back to people: Jayson Rivas returns to business as he transitions and with a new vision. READ MORE

Tip of the dedicated Spear Screaming Eagle statue: The new Spearhead statue is on Fort Campbell Boulevard in Patriot’s Park. READ MORE

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