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By Samuel Stebbins, 24/7 WS Nashville
Following a months long surge driven by the delta variant, new daily cases of COVID-19 are falling once again in the United States. To date, 43,792,254 Americans have been infected with the virus — and 703,599 have died as a result. On a per capita basis, the U.S. has one of the highest known infections rates in the world.
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In the Clarksville metropolitan area, which covers parts of Tennessee and Kentucky, a total of 43,627 COVID-19 cases have been reported to date. Adjusted for population, there have been 15,416 reported infections for every 100,000 people in the area — above the national rate of 13,385 cases per 100,000 people.
Though per capita cases of COVID-19 are higher in Clarksville than they are nationwide, some parts of the metro area are safer than others.
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The broader Clarksville metro area comprises three counties or county equivalents — and of them, Trigg County in Kentucky has the fewest COVID-19 cases per capita. So far, there have been a total of 1,874 infections in Trigg County, or 13,065 for every 100,000 people.
Not only does Trigg County have the lowest per capita infection rate in the Clarksville metro area, it also has a relatively low per capita fatality rate.
There have been a total of 146 coronavirus-related deaths for every 100,000 people in Trigg County, below the 164 COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 across the entire Clarksville metro area.
All COVID-19 data used in this story are current as of Oct. 8, 2021.
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Car crashes into Clarksville home following shootout; 2 juveniles charged
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A shooting in Clarksville Monday night ended when a vehicle crashed into a home.
Officers were called to a shooting in progress near Cayce Drive around 10:20 p.m.
Clarksville police reported people in two vehicles were shooting at each other when one car crashed into the garage of an unoccupied home on Cayce Drive.
The driver and passenger initially left the scene but came back a short time later, according to Clarksville police. The other vehicle involved fled from the scene of the shooting.
Two juveniles were later charged with reckless endangerment and detectives continue to search for the other vehicle involved.
Cayce Drive was closed from Margaret Drive to Knox Lane for investigators to process the scene. There are no known injuries to anyone at this time.
Anyone with information or additional video footage are asked to please contact Detective Lucas at 931-648-0656, ext. 5270 or call the Clarksville Montgomery County Crime Stoppers Tipsline 931-645-8477, or go online and submit a tip at P3tips.com/591.
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Injuries reported following 3-vehicle crash in Clarksville
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The Clarkville Police Department is on the scene of a three-vehicle crash with injuries.
Four Charged After Investigation Into Stolen Guns In Hopkinsville
An investigation into several stolen firearms out of unlocked vehicles in Hopkinsville led to the arrest of four people. Hopkinsville Police say Shongarious Wallace, Jonderius Turner both of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Shannon Garcia of Henderson, also Alianard Washington of Hopkinsville we’re arrested in connection to an investigation over several months.
Over $30k worth of wiring stolen from Hopkinsville home
Hopkinsville police are investigating after $30,000 worth of copper wiring was stolen during a burglary in recent days on South Virginia Street. Someone went inside the home in the 2000 block of South Virginia and cut out the wiring and removed 50-foot cords for temporary lighting, according to the HPD report.
These Are the Counties in the Clarksville, TN-KY Metro Area with the Most Deaths from COVID-19
Following a months long surge driven by the delta variant, new daily cases of COVID-19 are falling once again in the United States. Still, the virus continues to claim lives. So far, 710,757 Americans have died from the virus — more than the total number of Americans killed in World War I and World War […]
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Nightmares End Haunted House-Huge Indoor/Outdoor Attraction In Kentucky
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UPDATE: Providence Boulevard back open after multi-vehicle crash
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Ashland City Weather Forecast
Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Ashland City: Thursday, October 14: Partly sunny during the day; while mostly cloudy overnight; Friday, October 15: Showers And Thunderstorms; Saturday, October 16: Slight chance of rain showers then sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Sunday, October 17: Sunny
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Runaway 11-year-old found safe in Clarksville
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Clarksville Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a runaway child.
UPDATE: Police locate 11-year-old runaway
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – The Clarksville Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a runaway juvenile, 11-year-old Mekayla Wallace. She was last seen on Wednesday around 6 to 7 p.m. at her residence on Ladd Drive wearing black pants and a gray hoodie, according to police spokesman Scott Beaubien.
Commonwealth Awaiting Discovery On Streeval Case
After a brief appearance Wednesday in Trigg County Circuit Court, another pre-trial conference has been set for a murder trial involving 31-year-old Monte Streeval, of Cadiz. According to the Commonwealth’s attorney Carrie Ovey-Wiggins, more discovery from Kentucky State Police is expected before the case goes to trial next summer. That...
COVID-19 vaccine: Clarksville sites that have it on hand
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Heather’s Ice Cream Donates To Atkinson Family
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|Location||Confirmed Cases||Cases per 1,000 people||Deaths|
|United States of America||44,311,292||133.87||712,874|
|United Arab Emirates||738,152||74.63||2,116|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||242,469||73.91||11,046|
|People's Republic of China||125,143||0.09||5,695|
|Democratic Republic of the Congo||72,524||0.81||1,308|
|Trinidad and Tobago||52,999||37.87||1,566|
|Papua New Guinea||24,041||2.69||266|
|Central African Republic||11,469||2.37||100|
|Isle of Man||8,254||97.07||54|
|United States Virgin Islands||6,978||66.82||75|
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||3,965||35.74||33|
|Antigua and Barbuda||3,772||38.52||93|
|São Tomé and Príncipe||3,649||16.65||56|
|Turks and Caicos Islands||2,898||74.85||23|
|British Virgin Islands||2,725||90.12||37|
|Saint Kitts and Nevis||2,466||46.36||21|
|Wallis and Futuna||454||40.37||7|
|Northern Mariana Islands||282||4.9||3|
|Saint Pierre and Miquelon||32||5.52||--*|
Source: World Health Organization*Note: Some locations do not currently provide all data.
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Business After Hours
Business After Hours is October 21st at 5 Star Media Group, 1640 Old Russellville Pike, Clarksville, TN, from 5pm-7pm. Join us for food, fun, and networking! This event is free to attend. RSVP not required.
Clarksville Young Professionals
Matt Cunningham, president of Old Glory Distilling Company, will join CYP on Wednesday, November 3rd, at the Clarksville Chamber, 25 Jefferson St., Terrace Level at noon. Lunch will be provided and is sponsored by Union Home Mortgage.
Veterans Day Breakfast 2021
On November 6th at 7:30am, Join the Chamber in honoring and celebrating the men and women in uniform at our Veterans Day Breakfast. This year’s keynote speaker is Carlton W. Kent, a retired United States Marine who served as the 16th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps. Tickets are $25.00. For registration or more information, contact Phil Harpel at [email protected] or 931-245-4340.
New Drive-through COVID Testing Sites
The City of Clarksville and CH Consulting Solutions have teamed up to provide free testing at Heritage Park and Crow Recreation Center in response to the overwhelming need for COVID testing in Clarksville-Montgomery County. Beginning Sept. 7, Heritage Park soccer parking lot at 1241 Peachers Mill Road will be used as a COVID testing site Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The Crow Recreation Center parking lot at 211 Richview Road will serve as an alternate COVID testing location only on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tennessee Chambers Health
The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry to offer TNCH (Tennessee Chambers Health), a statewide health care plan, to active Clarksville Chamber members with 2-100 Tennessee employees. For more information, please visit www.discoveraetna.com/afa.To request a quote, ask your broker about TN Chambers Health with Aetna Funding Advantage. Click on “Request a Quote” and be sure to select TN Chambers Health as the affinity organization.
Clarksville Fall Cleanup
Clarksville Street Department will provide free removal of residential yard waste on Oct. 18th. Pickup service will be available to residents within the City limits through Nov. 30th and will include removal of normal yard waste such as grass clippings, leaves, and limbs. The Street Department will not pick up tree stumps, tree limbs from topped trees, or limbs trimmed by a commercial company. To have yard waste picked up, contact the Street Department from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at (931) 645-7464, or you may choose to call the pickup line (931) 472-3353 and leave your address with details of what you want picked up.
Fright on Franklin Canceled
The City of Clarksville has canceled its annual Fright on Franklin event to ensure the current downward trend of COVID cases in Clarksville-Montgomery County can continue. While local cases of COVID-19 are on a decline, the event presents a unique public health concern with thousands of people in a small area of Downtown Clarksville as well as many young children who cannot be vaccinated and are considered high risk. Trick-or-treating and other traditional Halloween celebrations are not regulated by any local authorities. Citizens are encouraged to participate in the celebrations responsibly.
Member to Member Discount Program
If you would like to offer a business discount to other Chamber members, please contact Melinda at [email protected] or 931-245-4341. For more information and discounts offered, please visit our site at Member to Member Discounts.
Upcoming TN Promise Mentor Recruitment
COVID-19 has caused setbacks amongst the Tennessee college-going rate. Tennessee Achieves is developing multiple opportunities to help support students during the pandemic. Whether as a business or as an individual, interested parties can find more information or volunteer as a student mentor via www.tnachieves.org/mentors. Application deadline is December 3rd, 2021.
Work Ethic Distinction Diploma Partnership
CMCSS and the Chamber are looking for additional corporate partners interested in their business's future success. As a partner in Work Ethic Distinction, you will position your business in front of skilled future employees, and Clarksville-Montgomery County will continue to stand out as a leader in education, innovation, and workforce development. Learn more about the Work Ethic Distinction
Head out to Beachaven Winery for wine, food, and live music! Friday is Happy Hour from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM with $10 Wine Flights and 20% off bottle purchases. Join them on Saturdays and Sundays for the Summer Music Series. For times and more information, visit www.beachavenwinery.com.
Downtown @ Sundown’s last concert of the season will feature Barracuda-America’s Heart Tribute on Friday at 7 p.m., October 15 at Downtown Commons. Main Street will be blocked off between Second and Third streets beginning at 4:30 p.m. to make room for the food trucks. Downtown @ Sundown concerts are free and open to the public. Chairs and blankets are welcome; however, pets, coolers, smoking/vaping or outside alcohol will not be allowed on site.
The Goines Agency
The Goines Agency is hosting the Fall Safety Festival, October 16, 11:00 am -2:00 pm. For those of you who wish to attend as a vendor, sponsor or local nonprofit, you can sign-up on the website - www.fallsafetyfestival.com. The event is honoring I am Invisible Bullying & Suicide, a local nonprofit working with our youth to make a positive difference. Any proceeds from the event will be donated directly to the organization to help with both the innovative online platform and educational services with CMCSS. Don’t wait to secure your spot! Contact Alexis at [email protected]
Bash to Benefit Event
CMC Education Foundation’s inaugural Bash to Benefit (which is taking the place of the former Vision to Reality) will be a dueling pianos event with heavy hors d'oeuvres, small plates, drinks, and a silent auction. Doors open & Silent Auction begins at 6PM. Dueling Pianos start at 7PM. Attire is casual. To purchase tickets or sponsor a table, go to https://t.e2ma.net/click/8y7c2c/wtrr2kg/0kfnhj
Blue Jean Ball & Dinner
Community support of the organization makes Clarksville Montgomery County a safer community in which to do business and raise a family. To help provide for the organization, the Blue Jean Ball & Dinner scheduled for Friday, February 11, 2022. Table Sponsor opportunities are available for this event. If you would like to become a sponsor please complete the sponsorship form available at this link https://www.crimeinfo.net/CSW/591/Pictures/2022CrimeStoppersNewSponsorLetter2.pdf and mail it to the address noted on the sponsorship form.
Table Sponsorship deadline is December 1, 2021
2021 Christmas Parade returns
Floats and participants will grace the roads of historic downtown this holiday season as the 2021 Clarksville Christmas Parade returns to its original format on Saturday, Dec. 4, from 5-7 p.m. Registration is limited to one entry per business or organization to make this year’s parade more efficient and enjoyable. Businesses and organizations are required to have the minimum number of lights as outlined on the entry form but are encouraged to exceed the minimum. Each year, the parade, hosted by the City of Clarksville and Montgomery County, has a central theme that guides the decoration of vehicles and costumes of participants. This year’s theme will be gingerbread houses. Float registration is open until November 19. More information about this year’s parade and how to participate can be found at ClarksvilleParksRec.com.
Miss Tennky Area AFS Volunteer Leadership Team
AFS International Opportunities for Families, Educators and Students for 2021-22. Visit www.afsusa.org. They include volunteering, hosting, study-abroad, scholarships, educators, etc. Locally, contact Becky Heywood at [email protected] and 615-473-4389. The mini bios for the new AFSers for the fall who will need loving hosts may be seen at www.afsusa.org/host. AFS-USA is a leading provider of international exchanges in the world. AFS-USA is a non-profit, international, and multicultural organization.
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